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|05.10.2020||Mo. - Fr., 09:00 - 12:15||4 weeks||
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|29.03.2021||Mo. - Fr., 09:00 - 12:15||4 weeks||
|14.06.2021||Mo. - Fr., 09:00 - 12:15||4 weeks||
|09.08.2021||Mo. - Fr., 09:00 - 12:15||4 weeks||
|04.10.2021||Mo. - Fr., 09:00 - 12:15||4 weeks||
|29.11.2021||Mo. - Fr., 09:00 - 12:15||4 weeks||
|07.02.2022||Mo. - Fr., 09:00 - 12:15||4 weeks||
|04.04.2022||Mo. - Fr., 09:00 - 12:15||4 weeks||
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.
Personal pronouns are such short words that we can use to replace simple words in a sentence.Take this sentence, for example: I bought a table.The table is new.The table is big.Instead of mentioning the noun “table” three times, we could name it once and then replace it with the pronoun “er”.That means: I have a table.He is new.He is tall.Really practical?Personal pronouns are such short words that we can use to replace simple words in a sentence.Take this sentence, for example: I bought a table.The table is new.The table is big.Instead of mentioning the noun “table” three times, we could name it once and then replace it with the pronoun “er”.That means: I have a table.He is new.He is tall.Really practical?
The verb "sein" belongs to the group of irregular verbs.Here we see the functions as a full verb: I. During a presentation: Who are you?- I'm Maia.Who are you?- I am Polina.II. For the professions: what is your profession?- I am a teacher.III.His + adjective are you beautiful?- Yes, I am beautiful.
Certain articles are the (masculine), the (feminine / plural) and the (neutral).We use the definite article: I. When we speak of something specific.Example: Polina is Timo's best friend.(He only has this girlfriend, no other girlfriend).II. If we have already mentioned something or if it is known to everyone.Example: The table in the new office is modern.
The indefinite articles "a", "a", "a" in German The indefinite articles in German are called "a", "a" and "a"."A" precedes male nouns.Example: The ball → a ball The man → a man "One" stands in front of female nouns.Examples: The woman → a woman The cat → a cat Before substantive nouns there is “on”.Examples: The car → a car The child → a child The article shows in which case the noun stands.So it has to be declined.The indefinite article is used when you don't know a person or thing.The item has no name.Example: A woman goes shopping.A man repairs the car.A car is on the street.
Adjectives or adjectives also describe properties of nouns.They characterize people, living beings, terms, things, processes or activities.Adjectives give an answer to the question: "What is a person or thing?".Adjectives can be used in different ways: I. Adjectives can stand behind the noun.II. Adjectives can come before the noun.III.Adjectives can be increased.IV. Adjectives can compare.
The verb "haben" is very common in the German language.The verb "have" is used fully and as an auxiliary verb.To put it simply, the full verb "have" denotes possession of a thing: - It has a pocket.- He has big eyes .. - You have an email.
Almost all verbs have the ending -en (buy, love, paint, ...).If the verb is in its basic form (ending = -en), one speaks of the infinitive.Dictionaries always indicate verbs with the infinitive.If the verb is used in a sentence, it must be conjugated.The verb conjugation is not that difficult in the present tense.Almost all verbs end with the same conjugated ending.The only exceptions are the modal verbs (1st + 3rd person singular) and the irregular verbs (to be, will and know) as well as those verbs whose root sound is s, ß;x or z ends (hot, heat, ...).
The sentence structure in German is quite flexible.However, there are a few rules to keep in mind when ordering words, such as the position of the verb.1st place - subject.2nd place - verb. 3rd place - object / adjective.
We understand the W-question method to be questions in the form of a set of questions, starting with a W-question word.These W question words are also called interrogative pronouns.The seven very common W-question words are as follows: Who?What?When?Where?Why?How?What for?Most of these W questions are supplementary questions.This means that they have to be added in order to be able to answer the content-related elements of a text: Who is that?What's his name?When does she come?
The aim and purpose of the everyday dialogues is to prepare the students for the use of the German language in selected everyday conversation situations.