B2.2 Upper-Intermediate Course at school
8 weeks course: Wednesdays, 6.30 - 8.30 pm , starts September 27th!
- Starts 27 SeptStarts 27 Sept
- 275 euros€275
- GermanMind - 46 Lower Leeson Street, D2
A highly-qualified and enthusiastic, native German teacher will guide you through our B2.2 German course. This 8 week course takes places at school. Our B2.2 level German course covers the following topics: - Grammar: Complex sentence structures, conditional clauses, passive voice, modal verbs, subjunctive mood, etc. - Vocabulary: Advanced vocabulary related to topics such as politics, society, culture, technology, etc. - Reading Comprehension: The ability to read and understand authentic German texts such as newspaper articles, books, and websites. - Writing Skills: The ability to write essays, reports, and letters, including the correct use of citation and referencing. - Speaking Skills: The ability to hold extended conversations on a wide range of topics, participate in discussions and debates, and give presentations. - Listening Skills: The ability to understand German audio materials, such as radio programs, films, and audio books. In addition to these language skills, our B2 level German course also covers aspects of German culture, history, and society, as well as intercultural communication. The goal of this B2 level course is to help our students develop a high level of language proficiency, allowing them to communicate effectively in a variety of real-life situations. Books: The fee is €30; we will send you all information after the booking.
T&Cs @GermanMind - we keep it simple: If you have to cancel your spot in a group course, please contact us at least 72 hours (3 full days) in advance to avoid being charged the full course fee. Late cancellations are charged 100%. If necessary, you can cancel via email: email@example.com. Replacement lessons, if necessary, and classes on Bank Holidays are moved take place on Friday or Saturday of the same week. We will not accept responsibility for personal injury, damage or loss of a student's property.