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Online German Courses
Online German Courses

What is a German course?

German course - Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR): About 120 million people around the world speak German as their mother tongue or second language. About 15 million people currently learn German as a foreign language also at the Oval International Academy. About 100 million people speak German as a foreign language on different levels, and most of these people have attended or are attending a German course.

As a result, a German course is usually a course through which someone learns to speak and understand German
Why should I attend a German course?

A language course serves the development of writing, reading, listening and speaking in the German language, whereby the name Deutschkurs (German course) summarizes numerous forms of courses. Therefore, the courses can differ greatly in their methodology, their educational goals and their didactic concepts. What is meant by “German course” depends on the target group. The first step in choosing goals, methods and didactics is simply to distinguish between native and foreign German courses. After all, the difference between first and second language German is very important for many learners today. Many learners do not speak German as their mother tongue.

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A language course serves the development of writing, reading, listening and speaking in the German language, whereby the name Deutschkurs (German course) summarizes numerous forms of courses. Therefore, the courses can differ greatly in their methodology, their educational goals and their didactic concepts. What is meant by “German course” depends on the target group. The first step in choosing goals, methods and didactics is simply to distinguish between native and foreign German courses. After all, the difference between first and second language German is very important for many learners today. Many learners do not speak German as their mother tongue.

Level A2: Basic German Knowledge
Divided into A2.1 and A2.2, upon completion of this level you able to understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most relevance. You can communicate simple routine tasks and describe yourself in simple terms.

Level B1: pre-intermediate
At the end of this level you can understand the main points of clear standard language on familiar matters encountered in work, school, etc. You can produce simple, connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. You are ready for the Goethe-Zertifikat B1 exam.

Level B2: Intermediate
Upon completion, you can understand the main ideas of complex texts on both concrete and abstract topics. You can interact with a degree of fluency that allows for regular interaction with native speakers

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