What exactly does A1 mean? The requirements of the Common European Framework of Reference state that you should create a basic vocabulary so that you can speak and write about simple, concrete things. This is mainly about terms and phrases that affect your daily life and environment - friends and family, work, shopping and so on. You will learn simple sentence structures to express yourself when you need or are looking for something specific.
German A1 can be subdivided again: in language levels A1.1 and A1.2. So if you already know a little German or have had a German language course that was a while ago, A1.2 might be the right start for you.
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A 1.1 - Test questions 1 / 10
A 1.2 - Test questions 1 / 10
Like all of our German courses, German A1 is an intensive course, ie 20 school hours per week, Monday to Friday, plus homework. Sounds like a lot of work? After eight weeks there is already the opportunity to take a final exam and thereby receive an internationally recognized certificate for A1 German.
Our qualified teachers give you an everyday introduction to the German language based on the 12 units from the textbook. On the one hand, you feel your way through the colloquial German language, but on the other hand you also practice formal communication. By the way, the lessons take place in German right from the start, because that's the quickest way to learn.