Course Title: Complete German Language Course with Aula A1 for Goethe A1Exam Success
The Goethe-Zertifikat A1: Start Deutsch 1 is a German exam for adults. It certifies that candidates have acquired very basic language skills and correspond to the first level (A1) on the six-level scale of competence laid down in the (CEFR). It is a 40+hours of Offline / online lecture with 100+hours of App content.
German A1 grammar covers the topics below:
Articles (definite and indefinite)
Singular and plural nouns
Verbs and verb conjugation
Partizip II (Past tense)
German A1 Course Content
Guten Tag! (Good Day, Good Afternoon)
Learning Alphabets and Numbers: One to Ten
W-Questions and Self Introduction
Learning Personal Pronouns and auxiliary verbs
Talking about Countries and other languages
Learning a few verbs like Come, speak, etc.
Greetings and say bye
Learning German language words and the same words in other languages
Learn verb Conjugation
Freunde, Kollegen und ich (Friends, Colleagues, and Me)
Talking About Hobbies
Verb Conjugation like auxiliary verbs, regular and irregular verbs
Yes or No questions
Understand plural article
Learning Number from 20
Talking about Work and Professions
Learning Days and Months
Learning personal information
Creating Simple sentences like What do you like, I like to dance, I like singing, etc.
In der Stadt (In the City)
Imperative sentences with “you”
Definite and Indefinite articles with gender
Talking about Places and building names in Germany
discussion with the taxi driver
Asking simple questions using what, that, etc.
Explaining the way to an unknown person
Talking about Events
Learning Articles Rules
Guten Appetit! (Enjoy the Meal)
Verb Conjugation with Irregular and Modal Verbs
Verb Position in Sentence
Talking about food and eating
The vocabulary of food, vegetables, drinks, etc.
Discussion about breakfast, lunch, and dinner
send the invitation to a party
Purchasing things in the supermarket
Talking about food places and profession
Tag für Tag (Day for day)
Learning Time-related Prepositions
Learning Possessive Articles like Mine, your, his, etc.
Learning Modal verb conjugation with Personal Pronoun
Modal verb position in the sentence
Talking about time and time-related conversation
Small conversation day-to-day routine
Sending Mail using modal verbs
Talking about web pages and discussing photos
Listening to audio about appointments with the doctor
Listening to audio and discussing talking about family’s day-to-day routine
Zeit mit Freunden (Time with Friends)
Learning Separable Verbs
Learning past tense with being and have verbs
Personal Pronouns in Accusative
Talking about ordinal numbers “on” and “When” like First, Second, etc.
Discussing the surprising birthday of Sofia
Discussing in the hotel
Free time program in Germany
Learning Dative Prepositions
Short form of articles
Possessive article in Accusative
Brief Discussion on finding an office with audio
Discussion on the first day in the office with audio
Studying a letter format
Discussion about Social media in Germany
Self-introduction in the workshop and talking about another thing
Meine Wohnung (My Apartment)
Learning adjectives with “be” verbs and “very/too”
Changing prepositions with accusative and Dative
Learning colors vocabulary
Talking about apartments and vocabulary
Searching apartments and collecting information on apartments from other sources
Talking about the new apartment with audio
Kind of building name and discuss
Alles Arbeit? (All is Work?)
Learning Past Perfect tense with auxiliary verbs
Learning Partizip II with regular and irregular verbs
Learning connecting words and sentences with and, but, and or
Talking and explaining work
Searching jobs through various media like an advertisement, papers, etc.
A telephone conversation through audio
Talking about jobs around the place
Kleidung und Mode (Cloths and Fashion)
Learning Interrogative articles and creating sentences with the word “Which”
Understanding Demonstrative article with “this” word
Learning Dative verbs
Learning Personal pronouns with Dative case
Partizip II with Separable and non-separable verbs
Talking about cloth and fashion
A conversation about purchasing clothes in various “Cloth sales centers”
Conversation on cloth exchanging
Learning cloth-related vocabulary
Discussing some popular and old shopping centers in Germany
Gesund und munter (Healthy and Cheerful)
Imperative Sentences with “You”
Learning modal verbs like Must and should
Talking about health and healthy food
Talking about fitness
Learning the vocabulary of the body
Discussing sport exercise and sport-related words
Talking about the accident and listening to the audio
Conversation with doctor
Discussing Home Remedies
Understand health-related professions, tips, etc.
Ab in den Urlaub! (In the Vacation)
Learning Pronouns with “one”
Learning time adverbs like first, then, later, etc.
Talking about vacation and vacation-related vocabulary
Discussion about city travel
Conversation in Hotel room
Complaining in Hotel
Who is it for?
You are a student of engineering who is seeking a unique selling proposition, right? You would benefit from learning German. Because of your impressive educational background and fluency in German, you should have no trouble finding employment with multinational corporations and well-known companies such as Siemens, Lufthansa Airlines, BMW, and Nivea, amongst others. Graduate students from universities in Panvel, Kharghar, Kamothe, Kalamboli, Nerul, Sanpada, and Vashi have received training from members of our staff in the past.
Exams they can appear for after completing this course:
Goethe Certificate A1
The acquisition of a second language almost always adds value. Learning a foreign language is one of the factors that might give you an advantage in today’s cutthroat business environment. If you are fluent in German, it will be easier for you to develop your relationships, which will lead to more successful communication and increased chances of success. In addition to this, one’s ability to appreciate literature, music, art, and philosophy is elevated as a result of the fact that Goethe, Kafka, Mozart, Bach, and Beethoven all wrote in German. Scholarships and other forms of financial assistance are readily available to those who choose to further their education in Germany. Young people from a variety of countries may apply for working holiday visas, while skilled workers and professionals can apply for special visas.
A1: three and half months
Intensive A1 Course: 12 to 16 Weeks Weekend A1 Course: ( Saturday and Sunday)
After successfully completing the Basic Certificate Course (Level A1), you will be eligible to get the Learnlanguages.store Certificate that is commensurate with your accomplishment of level A1. A score of at least fifty percent is required in order to be awarded the certification, which must be accomplished before moving on to the next level of study. It is recommended, however, that a minimum score of sixty to sixty-five percent be attained in order to gain a good level of skill and a strong grasp of this level.
Every single one of the teachers for this course has their credentials verified and has completed extensive in-house training as part of our Teachers Training Programme. The instructors are very knowledgeable about the material covered in the class, and they will also include a cultural component into the lessons in order to provide you with an authentic introduction to the German-speaking world.
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