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Germanophone

A person, company, or country for which German is the primary language. Because of the historical importance of German as an international language and of German-speaking countries as a world power, German is an important language in international commerce. German has official status in about 11 countries.
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A refurbished library was inaugurated, on the occasion, at the German Language Department in the Faculty.
Over 4,000 citizens of Uzbekistan learn German language at the language centers of the Goethe Institute.
This course has been designed to help undergraduate, graduate and post graduate university students specializing in biological and chemical and social sciences to develop and provide a better knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation, he mentioned.
The director of the Goethe Institute Karin Varga outlined the German language films that will include history and documentary films, portraying all the main issues of the German society.
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The author team comprises two well-respected educators in the field of German language learning.
Daniela Weinert, discipline chair for German at Central Piedmont Community College (N.C.), has been named president of the board of trustees for the German Language and Culture Foundation, an organization dedicated to not only promoting the study of the German language in Carolina schools and universities, but also raising awareness of the German language and culture throughout the greater Charlotte area.
McLelland contributes to debates about fundamental aspects of language teaching and learning by providing a historical perspective in the shape of an interdisciplinary history of German language learning and teaching in the British Isles.
Ron Deigh began his study of the German language as a California community college student, and his very humorous experiences associated with learning German began on the very first day of his exposure to the language.
Hanan bint Ibrahim al- Shihyah, Director of the International Educational Programsat the Ministry of Education and Sabina Brachmann, Director of the German Language Center in the Sultanate signed the agreement.
The Society for the German Language has revealed the word encompassing this year's politics the best: Without a doubt, the dominant issue in Germany was refugees.
Individual scholarships have been provided for 44 students to be trained at summer German language courses; 17 students to study in graduate programs in universities of Germany; 12 students, interns and professors to partake in short- and long-term researches; and 2 students from schools with intensive study of German language to study in German universities too.