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You have a command of the essentials of German. You practise reading, writing and discussing difficult topics and work-related issues.


  • Your reading comprehension and knowledge of German grammar should be on an intermediate level. You should have passed the A1, A2 and B1 level in order to participate in this course.

What you’ll learn:

  • Understand an experience report about emigration and report on your own experiences abroad.
  • Talk about intercultural misunderstandings and read a text about them.
  • Talk about body language and understand a radio feature on the subject.
  • Understand the author’s point of view in a text on early language learning, reflect and comment on the most important information.
  • Understand what people are saying about their job search and how they found a job themselves.
  • Talk about motivational factors at work and understand detailed information and facts in a newspaper text.
  • Understand the statements in a message on the answering machine and talk about team building events.
  • Talk about your own internet use and compare it with a statistic. Understand detailed information in an interview about life and discuss online games.
  • Read and discuss wishes from men to women. Write wishes to men or women in a course forum.
  • Hear a message about an art theft and read a newspaper article.
  • Understand the information in a text about language deaths and speak about dialects and languages.
  • Understand advice on paying with an EC card and a phone call to block the EC card.
  • Develop the differences between two formal telephone dialogues and understand a guide to making calls.
  • Understand the most important information in a text about fit employees and statements from employees.

If you are not familiar with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; here is a brief overview:

  • A1 – Complete beginner
  • A2 – Elementary
  • B1 – Intermediate
  • B2 – Upper intermediate
  • C1 – Advanced
  • C2 – Proficient

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