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This is the logotype for LTalks brand you might see on some products and profiles.

I have designed it in one of the tangling styles I developed in ink miniature, but transformed it into scalable vector graphic. I had a few versions of this image, but the current one I like a lot.

Let me know if you want a logo in this style.


Welcome, Welkom, Mirë se vjen, أهلاً و سهلاً, أهلاً و سهلاً, Բարի գալուստ!, Բարի՜ եկաք, Ghini vinishi, Xoş gəlmişsiniz, Ongi etorri, Menjuah-juah, Horas, Вiтаем, Прывiтанне, স্বাগতম, स्वागत बा,, Degemer mat, Добре дошли, Добре заварили, Добре дошло, Benvingut, Benvinguda, Maayong pag-abot, Bien binidu, Buen binidu, марша дагIийла шу, 歡迎, 歡迎光臨 [欢迎光临], Dynnargh dhis, Bonavinuta, Dobrodošli, Velkommen, Welkom, A me di o, Bonvenon, Tere tulemast, Woezor, Vælkomin, Tervetuloa, Bienvenue, Agradît, Benvignût,  Benvido, Willkommen, კეთილი იყოს თქვენი, Καλώς Ορίσατε,, Eguahé porá, પધારો , Aloha, ברוך הבא, ברוכים הבאים, स्वागत, Üdvözlet, Velkomi, Velkominn,, Selamat datang, Qaimarutin, ᑐᙵᓱ, Fáilte, Tá fáilte romhat, Fáilte romhat isteach, Cead míle fáilte, Benvenuto, Benvenuti, Benvenuta, Benvenute, ようこそ, Sugeng rawuh, Séyiz les beinv`nu, ಸುಸ್ವಾಗತ , Қош келдіңіз!, ភាស្វាគមន៍ , 환영합니다, Salve, Laipni lūdzam, Wilkóm, Sveiki atvykę, coi ro do, Wëllkomm, Добредојде, Добредојдовте, Selamat datang, സ്വാഗതം, Merħba, Failt, Failt royd, Haere mai, स्वागत आहे, Weltasualuleg, Тавтай морилогтун, स्वागतम्, Velkommen, Benvengut, Planvengut, خوش آمدید, Witam Cię, Witam, Witaj, Bem-vindos, ਜੀ ਆਇਆ ਨੂੰ। , Bun venit, Bine ai venit, Добро пожаловать, Afio mai, Bene bennios, Fàilte, Добродошли, Kena ka kgotso, Mauya, Binvinutu, Vitajte, Dobrodošli, Soo dhowow, Bienvenido, Karibu, Välkommen, Välkomna, Mabuhay, Maeva, Manava, வாங்க, సుస్వాగతం , Ksolok Bodik Mai, ยินดีต้อนรับ , ገንዘብካ, እንቋዕ ብድሐን ጸናሕካ, Hoş geldin, Hoş geldiniz, Ласкаво просимо, Вітаємо, خوش آمديد, Xush kelibsiz, Benvegnùi, Benvegnùe, Hoan nghênh, Được tiếp đãi ân cần, Vekömö, Benvnuwe, Croeso, Siya namkela nonke, ברוך־הבא, ברוכים־הבאים, Ẹ ku abọ, Ngiyakwemukela

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Time for Regular German Lessons

Lesson Frequency

The best recurrence for the lessons, according to my experience, is 2-3 times a week:

  • enough time for your brain to process and connect new data,
  • and not enough time to forget most of it.

Daytime and Scheduling

To make sure you receive my full attention, I try to have only 2-3 students at the same time period. We usually meet during the day, from around 11 am to 6 pm.

Please message me with your details for current availability.


The best recurrence for the lessons, according to my experience, is 2-3 times a week: enough time for your brain to process and connect new data, and not enough time to forget most of it.
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