In the Common European Framework of Reference, A2 German stands for basic language skills. This means that you expand your vocabulary on the things and topics from your everyday life and immediate environment and can communicate in known, routine situations. You can tell yourself about yourself in simple sentences and ask for specific information. Your grammar toolbox will be expanded accordingly and allows you to make somewhat more differentiated statements.
German A2 can be subdivided again: in language levels A2.1 and A2.2. Your last German course A2 has come to an end and you feel a little rusty? Then maybe German A2.2 would be the right entry for you.
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A 2.1 - Test questions 1 / 10
A 2.2 - Test questions 1 / 10
Our German course A2 is also an intensive course that will reward you with an internationally recognized certificate of A2 German after eight weeks if you decide to take the final exam. In the 20 school hours that are held every week from Monday to Friday, your average of 16 classmates gradually go through the twelve lessons of the textbook. The homework helps you to practice and consolidate what you have learned in the German course A2.