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Post Beginner German Lessons

January 21, 2019

You can speak some basic German but wish to improve your level?

Welcome to our post-beginner German course!

For students, who have already done an absolute beginner course, studied German at school or have studied on their own and now feel that they need some formal support from a tutor, we offer our post-beginner course that will allow you to consolidate your knowledge and build up your vocabulary. Below are some ideas of what you will be able to achieve, however your tutor will adapt the course to suit your current knowledge and your aims for the future.

 

Holiday German:

Brush up your survival German and take it to the next level! Learn to book your hotel, buy tickets to a show and ask for directions in German. You will get so much more out of your holiday in Germany if you can understand and speak the language.

German for Pleasure:

Hobbies come in all shapes and sizes: boating, reading, dancing and…learning a language. You know the basics of German of survival German and can now start building your vocabulary and structures.

Family Ties:

Do your parents or grand-parents speak another language? We regularly get requests from s

 

tudents who wish to be able to speak in their parent’s native tongue – they often understand what is said but cannot respond.

Weddings:

Meeting the parents and wedding speeches are said to be some of the most stress-inducing situations so why not take some of the pressure off and arrange a few German lessons to prepare for That meeting or That speech. Learn a few ice-breaking sentences to charm your family in-law or write your speech and practise it aloud with a native German speaker to ensure all goes smoothly.

Preparing an Exam:

Long-term exam preparation or last minute exam revision course, our German exam-preparation teachers are all experienced in GCSE, A-Level, entrance exams as well as the "Zertifikat Deutsch" and KDS/GDS. They will ensure you achieve the highest standards.

Moving to Germany:

While survival German will help you on a short trip to Germany, moving there will require more in-depth knowledge: being able to speak and understand the language and know what to expect from a cultural point of view: education system, admin procedures, etc. Make your move to Germany a mine-free experience!

Interviews and CVs:

Review your CV with a German native Speaker and learn to sell yourself in German. Practise interview techniques via role-play situations and improve your knowledge of business German.

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