German Language course at Indian Institute of Foreign languages….!!!!!

We offer German A1 beginner level to German C2 mastery level

Introduction

German language Course: There are six levels in German language according to common European framework of reference for languages (CEFR). We offer training for all six levels. Would you like to know what you will learn at each level & how much German you will know at the end of each level?  If your answer is yes read this article. There are six levels in German language do i need to learn all six levels or one or two levels should be fine ?? If you would like to know what you should learn depending on the purpose you want to learn? A spouse visa requires  A1 level certification, For undergraduate students who want to study German-taught Bachelor’s degree program need to learn till the B2 level, and details of german language requirements for specific purposes are mentioned in this article read further to know more  If you’re looking for a comprehensive German language course, look no further! In this blog post, we’ll introduce you to the best German language course out there. We’ll also give you some tips on how to learn German effectively so that you can reach your language goals in no time.

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German course A1 (Online or Classroom Training) 

Course Duration 60 Hours
Course Fee Rs.13,800/-  for online classes

Rs. 18,800/- for offline classes

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Including study material (Hard copy )

Study Materials included in the fees

Courier charges to your location not included

Study Material (No additional charges) Textbook

Workbook

Glossary

Basic Grammar book

Teaching methodology Interactive & Emphasis on all four modules Reading, Writing, Listening & Speaking
Certification & Examination Course completion Certificate issued after completing the course & Internal exam will be conducted at the end of the course. (Certificate can be used for German University admissions Except for few universities)

German course A2

Duration 60 hours
Course Fee  Rs.13,800/- for an online course (Live classes)

Rs 18,800/- for an offline course

Study Material for German language online course
  • · Work Book
  • · Textbook
  • · Glossary
  • · Basic German book
Teaching Methodology German online language classes are extensively interactive and involve training in four modules

  • · Reading
  • · Writing
  • · Speaking
  • · Listening
Certification Course completion Certificate issued after completing the course (Certificate can be used for German University admissions Except for few universities)
Examination An internal exam will be conducted at the end of the course

German course B1

Course Duration

70 Hours

Course Fee Rs.18,800 (Nov 2021)
Study Material Included in the fee

  • Work Book
  • Textbook 
  • Basic Grammar Book
  • Audio CD
  • Dictionary
Modules
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Listening
  • Speaking
GST Included in Fee
Exam Preparation You will be prepared for German B1 Level international certification Exam
Study Material for Exam Preparation Included a photocopy of model test papers of International certification exams.
Certificate Course completion certificate will be issued after successful completion of Course
Examination Internal Examination conducted at the end of the course
Mode of classes German online classes & German classroom training both are available

 

what you will learn at each level & how much German you will know at the end of each level?

German Level

What you will learn at this level

German Level A1 Alphabets, numbers, colors, vocabulary related to day-to-day activities, Introduce yourself, Introduce others, Read sign boards, Book appointments, and understand instructions on airports or railway stations.
German Level A2 Read and fill out Application forms, Write short messages, Speak about hobbies and routines, Able to speak to with German native speaker if he/she speaks with a very low phase & presentence sentence structure
German Level B1 Understand the Main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in school, workplace, leisure, etc
German Level B2 At this level you will be able to hold conversations on a variety of topics understand native speakers more easily, Read and write German with Proficiency
German Level C1 You Will be a master at this level, able to read and understand German literature, able to watch dram, movies & scientific documentaries.
German Level C2 The highest level in German Learning as a foreigner.

How many levels of German language are required depending upon your purpose?

Purpose

German language Requirement

To Study Master Degree in Germany –English taught program Depending upon the university, some universities don’t require German language to give admission, Few universities require till A2 or B1 level, even though the entire program is taught in English.  Due to the increased number of applicants to Germany if you know German language chances of getting admission
To Apply for a Student visa to study master’s degree- English taught the program German Certification may not be mandatory but including German Certification increases your visa success rate
To Study Bachelor Degree in Germany – German taught Program B2 Level is a minimum requirement, But the preferred level is C1
To apply for a student visa, to study Bachelor’s Degree in Germany – German taught Program German certification Till B2 mandatory
To Study Bachelor Degree in Germany – English taught Program To Study Bachelor Degree in Germany – German taught Program
To Study Masters in Medical courses German certification Till C1 mandatory
To Apply for Spouse Visa German certification A1 mandatory
To Apply for work Visa German certification Till B2 mandatory
To Get a pat time Job Job which involves customer interaction requires  till B1, Jobs without customer interaction requires no German
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Levels in German language course.

For anyone who has studied a foreign language, you know that there are different levels of proficiency. The same goes for German. In this blog post, we will explore the different levels of German and what they entail. Whether you are just starting to learn German or you have been studying for years, it is important to know which level is right for you. Read on to find out more about the different levels of German and how to gauge your own proficiency.

Each level has different requirements for speaking, reading, writing, and listening comprehension

The four language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening are often taught together, but they can also be taught separately at different levels. The level of difficulty for each skill varies depending on the person’s native language and their learning goals.

For example, a person who is a native English speaker may find it easier to learn to read German than to speak it. On the other hand, someone who is a native German speaker may find it easier to write in German than to understand spoken English. The important thing is to choose a level that is appropriate for your own individual needs and abilities. We at Indian Institute of Foreign Languages conducts German Language course guides you to earn mastery in the language.

The following is a general guide to the different levels of difficulty for each language skill:

Levels in German Language

 

Reading:

Beginner – Can read simple words and phrases;

Intermediate – Can read short texts with some support;

Advanced – Can read long texts fluently

 

Writing

: Beginner – Can write simple words and phrases;

Intermediate – Can write short texts with some support;

Advanced – Can write long texts fluently

 

Speaking:

Beginner – Can say simple words and phrases;

Intermediate – Can hold a basic conversation;

Advanced – Can speak fluently on a variety of topics

 

Listening:

Beginner – Can understand simple words and phrases;

Intermediate – Can understand basic conversations;

Advanced – Can understand complex conversations

German course A1

If you want to start learning German language course, the first thing you need to do is figure out which level is right for you. The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) has six levels, with A1 being the lowest and C2 being the highest.

If your goal is to be able to communicate basic needs in German, then A1 is the level for you. At this level, you will learn how to introduce yourself, talk about your family and friends, and discuss everyday activities. You will also begin to develop basic reading and writing skills.

While A1 may be the starting point for your German journey, it is by no means easy. It will take hard work and dedication to reach this level. But once you do, you will have laid a strong foundation for continued success in your language learning endeavors!

German A1 Course Content

SL No Chapter Name Topics Covered
1 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 same words in other languages

Learn verb Conjugation

2 Freunde, Kollegen und ich (Friends, Colleagues and Me) Talking About Hobbies

Verb Conjugation like auxiliary verbs, regular and irregular verbs

Learning articles

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 sentence like: What do you like, I like dance, I like singing, etc.

3 In der Stadt (In the City) Imperative sentences with “you”

Irregular Verbs

Definite and Indefinite article with gender

Talking about Places and building names in Germany

Listening audio

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

4 Guten Appetit! (Enjoy the Meal) Verb Conjugation with Irregular and Modal Verbs

Verb Position in Sentence

Accusative Articles

Accusative Verbs

Talking about food and eating

The vocabulary of food, vegetables, drinks, etc.

Listening Audio

Discussion about breakfast, lunch, and dinner

send the invitation to a party

Purchasing things in the supermarket

Talking about food places and profession

5 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 sentence

Talking about time and time-related conversation

Small conversation day-to-day routine

Listening audio

Sending Mail using modal verbs

Talking about the web page and discussing photos

Listening to audio about appointments with doctor

Listening to audio and discussing talking about family day-to-day routine

6 Zeit mit Freunden (Time with Friends) Learning Separable Verbs

Learning past tense with be and have verbs

Personal Pronouns in Accusative

Accusative Propositions

Talking about the ordinal numbers “on” and “When” like First, Second, etc..

Birthday celebration

Discussing on surprising birthday of Sofia

Discussing in the hotel

Free time program in Germany

7 Kontakte (Contact) Learning Dative Prepositions

Short form of articles

Possessive article in Accusative

Brief Discussion on finding an office with an 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

8 Meine Wohnung (My Apartment) Learning adjectives with “be” verbs and “very/too”

Changing prepositions with accusative and Dative

Learning colors vocabulary

Talking about apartment and vocabulary

Searching apartments and collecting information about apartments from other sources

Talking about the new apartment with audio

Kind of building name and discuss

9 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 about work

Searching jobs through various media like advertisement, paper, etc.

A telephone conversation through audio

Talking about jobs around the place

10 Kleidung und Mode (Cloths and Fashion) Learning Interrogative article and creating sentences with 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 clothes 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 centres in Germany

11 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 vocabularies of the body

Discussing sports exercises and sport related words

Talking about the accident and listening to the audio

Conversation with doctor

Discussing about Home Remedies

Understand health-related professions, tips, etc.

12 Ab in den Urlaub! (In the Vacation) Learning Pronouns with “one”

Learning W-Questions

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

German course A2

If you want to take your German to the next level, the A2 level is the way to go. This level is designed for students who have a basic understanding of the language and are ready to start using it in more complex ways.

At the A2 level of the German language course, you will learn to:

-understand simple sentences and frequently used expressions

-communicate in simple phrases and sentences

-describe yourself, your family, and your daily routine

-ask and answer questions about concrete topics

-talk about your likes and dislikes

-write short texts, such as notes and messages

German A2 Course Content

SL No. Chapter Name Topics Covered
1 Rund ums Essen (Around us Eating)
  • Learning Possessive Article with Dative case
  • Understanding “of course” with “Yes” or “No” Questions
  • Learning and Creating Reflexive verbs
  • Learning how to use “because” in sentences using sub sentences
  • Discussion in the Kitchen and talking about the food
  • Discussion in the cooking course and listening to audio
  • Discussion about an appointment through Skype
  • Talking about dark restaurants in Germany
  • Talking about senses
2 Nach der Schulzeit (After the School time)
  • Learning Modal verbs in past tense and creating sentences
  • Learning changing prepositions with Accusative and Dative case
  • Verb position in Changing preposition
  • Talking about school time and completion of Education
  • Discussing “Memory of School”
  • Talking about “Where are the things in the kitchen”
  • Type of School (Education in Germany)
3 Medien im Alltag (Media in all the day)
  • Learning adjective with Comparative and Superlative degree
  • Creating sentences in comparison
  • Learning “that” word in German and creating sentences
  • Talking about media role in current life and Media related vocabularies
  • Talking about “opinion”
  • Talking about “Interview”
  • Discussing German Films
4 Große und kleine Gefühle (Big and Small feelings in our life)
  • Learning “when” word using Main and Sub sentences
  • Learning adjective with bestimmten (Certain) Articles
  • Talking about feelings, emotions, Impressions, etc.
  • Talking about “Wishes”
  • Brief Discussion of North Germany festivals
  • Listening to song and discussion about that song
  • Discussion about the experience of Foreign Country
5 Was machen Sie beruflich? (What are you by profession?)
  • Learning Adjective with unbestimmten (Uncertain) articles
  • Learning preposition “without” and “with” using Accusative and Dative case
  • Learning Verb “become” with Past and Present tense
  • Talking about Profession and Profession related words
  • Listening audio and talking about business trip
  • Discussing evening program in Germany
  • Talking about dream job
  • Telephonic conversation in working place
  • Talking about future
6 Ganz schön mobil (Pretty Mobile)
  • Indirect Question with W-Questions
  • Indirect Question with Yes or No Question with “If”
  • Local Prepositions
  • Talking about “how useful Mobile” in current scenario
  • Brief Discussion about “ I am on the way”
  • Listening audio and discussing bicycle excursion
7 Gelernt ist gelernt! (Learning is Learning)
  • Learning Connecting words “then” and “because”
  • Learning Temporal Preposition
  • Learning Genitive
  • Learning Conjunctive II with should
  • Learning day by day work and practicing Music, Gardening etc.
  • Discussing on “What is the problem”
  • Talking about Professions
  • Talking on Generational Project
8 Sprtlich, sportlich! (Sporty, Sporty!)
  • Learning “That is why” “nevertheless” and creating sentences
  • Learning verbs with Accusative and Dative
  • Talking about sport and sport related vocabularies
  • Conversation on Sport activities
  • Talking about “Geocache”
  • Discussing about Historical places in Germany
9 Zusammen leben (Living together)
  • Learning Conjunctive II with “Can”
  • Can Conjugation in Conjunctive II
  • Learning and creating sentences with “as” and “when”
  • Talking about living style in Germany
  • Listening the audio and Conversation with neighbors
  • Writing a letter and receiving a letter of “my first travel out of the city
  • Talking about pets and related vocabularies
10 Gute Unterhaltung! (Good Entertainment)
  • Interrogative article with “For what” and “which”
  • Learning Pronouns like, all, something, nothing, one, everyone, no one etc.
  • Learning Relative pronouns in Nominative case
  • Learning Relative sentences in Nominative
  • Talking about German culture, Films, orchestra, Historical places etc.
  • Talking about Concert and Music
  • Discussing on Painting
11 Wie die Zeit vergeht! (How the Time flies)
  • Conjugation of “be” and “have” verbs with Conjunctive II
  • Verbs with Prepositions
  • W-Question with Prepositions
  • Discussing about “How time flies”
  • Talking about Imaginary situations
  • Talking about stress!
  • Excursion with Kajak and discussing
  • Talking about travelling
  • Speaking of Proverb
12 Typisch, oder? (Typical, Or?
  • Learning conjunctive words like: “so that” and “Where to”
  • Learning relative sentence with Relative Pronouns Using Nominative and Accusative case
  • Talking about culture, Fashion, Dance
  • Talking about “Cliché”
  • Discussing about “blog”

German course B1

B1 is the second level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. At this stage of learning German level, students can:

-understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc.

-deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken

-produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest

-describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans

-understand personal letters written to them

German B1 Course Content

SL No. Chapter Name Topics Covered
1 Gute Reise! (Good Trip!)
  • Learning Possessive Article with Dative case
  • Understanding “of course” with “Yes” or “No” Questions
  • Learning and Creating Reflexive verbs
  • Learning how to use “because” in sentences using sub sentences
  • Discussion in the Kitchen and talking about the food
  • Discussion in the cooking course and listening audio
  • Discussion about appointment through Skype
  • Talking about dark restaurant in Germany
  • Talking about senses
2 Alles neu! (All is new!)
  • Learning Modal verbs past tense and creating sentences
  • Learning changing preposition with Accusative and Dative case
  • Verb position in Changing preposition
  • Talking about during the school time and completion of Education
  • Discussing about “memory of School”
  • Talking about “Where are the things in kitchen”
  • Type of School (Education in Germany)
3 Wendepunkte (Turning Point)
  • Learning adjective with Comparative and Superlative degree
  • Creating sentences in comparison
  • Learning “that” word in German and creating sentences
  • Talking about media role in current life and Media related vocabularies
  • Talking about “opinion”
  • Talking about “Interview”
  • Discussing German Films
4 Arbeitswelt (Working World)
  • Learning “when” word using Main and Sub sentences
  • Learning adjective with bestimmten (Certain) Articles
  • Talking about feelings, emotions, Impressions etc.
  • Talking about “Wishes”
  • Brief Discussion of North Germany festivals
  • Listening song and discussion about that song
  • Discussion about experience of Foreign Country
5 Umweltfreundlich! (Friendly Environment)
  • Learning Adjective with unbestimmten (Uncertain) articles
  • Learning preposition “without” and “with” using Accusative and Dative case
  • Learning Verb “become” with Past and Present tense
  • Talking about Profession and Profession related words
  • Listening audio and talking about business trip
  • Discussing evening program in Germany
  • Talking about dream job
  • Telephonic conversation in working place
  • Talking about future
6 Blick nach vorn (Looking Forward)
  • Indirect Question with W-Questions
  • Indirect Question with Yes or No Question with “If”
  • Local Prepositions
  • Talking about “how useful Mobile” in current scenario
  • Brief Discussion about “ I am on the way”
  • Listening audio and discussing bicycle excursion
7 Beziehungskisten (Relationship Boxes)
  • Learning Connecting words “then” and “because”
  • Learning Temporal Preposition
  • Learning Genitive
  • Learning Conjunctive II with should
  • Learning day by day work and practicing Music, Gardening etc.
  • Discussing on “What is the problem”
  • Talking about Professions
  • Talking on Generational Project
8 Von Kopf bis fuß( From top to bottom)
  • Learning “That is why” “nevertheless” and creating sentences
  • Learning verbs with Accusative and Dative
  • Talking about sport and sport related vocabularies
  • Conversation on Sport activities
  • Talking about “Geocache”
  • Discussing about Historical places in Germany
9 kunststücke (Art, culture or feats)
  • Learning Conjunctive II with “Can”
  • Can Conjugation in Conjunctive II
  • Learning and creating sentences with “as” and “when”
  • Talking about living style in Germany
  • Listening the audio and Conversation with neighbours
  • Writing a letter and receiving a letter of “my first travel out of the city
  • Talking about pets and related vocabularies
10 Miteinander (Together)
  • Interrogative article with “For what” and “which”
  • Learning Pronouns like, all, something, nothing, one, everyone, no one etc.
  • Learning Relative pronouns in Nominative case
  • Learning Relative sentences in Nominative
  • Talking about German culture, Films, orchestra, Historical places etc.
  • Talking about Concert and Music
  • Discussing on Painting
11 Vom Leben in Städten (Life in Cities)
  • Conjugation of “be” and “have” verbs with Conjunctive II
  • Verbs with Prepositions
  • W-Question with Prepositions
  • Discussing about “How time flies”
  • Talking about Imaginary situations
  • Talking about stress!
  • Excursion with Kajak and discussing
  • Talking about travelling
  • Speaking of Proverb
12 Geld regiert die Welt (Money Makes the World)
  • Learning conjunctive words like: “so that” and “Where to”
  • Learning relative sentence with Relative Pronouns Using Nominative and Accusative case
  • Talking about culture, Fashion, Dance
  • Talking about “Cliché”
  • Discussing about “blog”

German B2

If you want to take your German language skills to the next level, then B2 is the level for you. At this level, you’ll be able to hold conversations on a variety of topics, understand native speakers more easily, and read and write German with greater proficiency. To reach the B2 level, you’ll need to have a firm grasp of grammar and vocabulary, as well as the ability to use German in a variety of contexts. With our help, you can reach your goals of your German language course and become confident in using the language like a pro!

German C1

To reach the C1 level in learning the German language course

, you need to have a very good command of all aspects of the language. This includes grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and listening comprehension.

In order to be able to communicate fluently and spontaneously at this level, you need to be able to use the language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. You should also be able to understand long and complex texts on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical texts.

At this level, you will be able to express yourself clearly and accurately on a wide range of topics, using a variety of linguistic devices. You will also display a high degree of control over your grammar and syntax, as well as a good range of vocabulary. Your pronunciation should be clear and easily understandable by native speakers.

German C2

If you want to learn German, it is important to know the different levels of proficiency. The most common way to measure language proficiency is by using the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The CEFR divides languages into three broad categories: A, B, and C. Each category is further divided into sublevels, with A1 being the lowest and C2 being the highest.

In order to reach the C2 level in German, you will need to have a very high level of proficiency. This means that you will be able to understand almost everything you hear or read. You will also be able to express yourself clearly and effectively in any situation. If you want to reach this level, it is important to get plenty of practice speaking and writing in German. You should also make an effort to learn as much about the culture and history as possible.

 

Conclusion

It’s important to know the different levels of German language proficiency when learning the language so that you can gauge your own progress and set realistic goals. By becoming familiar with the CEFR system and the various levels of German language ability, you’ll be able to better assess your language skills and plan your studies accordingly. So get out there and start learning German course today!