German A2 Level : Elementary

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About This Course

Learn The German Grammar From A Native and Experienced German Teacher - Learn German Grammar For Advanced Beginners

Course’s Objectives

What you'll learn
  • After completing this course you will have learned all A2 grammar of the German language. Please consider that you will mainly learn grammar in this course.
  • Adjektivdeklination - adjective declination
  • Akkusativ - accusative
  • Dativ - dative
  • Demonstrativpronomen - demonstrative pronouns
  • Futur I - future I
  • Genitiv - genitive
  • indirekte Fragen - indirect quesitions
  • Komparativ - comparative
  • Konditionalsätze - conditional clauses
  • Konjunktiv II - subjunctive
  • das Verb "lassen" - the verb "lassen"
  • Modalverben im Präteritum - modal verbs in the preterit
  • n-Deklination - n-declination
  • Possessivartikel - possessive articles
  • Präpositionaladverbien - prepositional adverbs
  • Präteritum - preterit
  • Pronomen - pronouns
  • reflexive Verben - reflexive verbs
  • Relativpronomen - relative pronouns
  • Satzstellung mit Akkusativ und Dativ - sentence structure with accusative and dative
  • Subjunktionen - subjunctions
  • Verben mit Präpositionalobjekt - verbs with prepositional objects
  • Vorgangspassiv - process passive
  • Wechselpräpositionen - two-way prepositions
  • Wortbildung - word formation
  • Zeitadverbien - temporal adverbs
  • Learn Interesting Facts About The German Culture
  • Preparation For The Writing Part Of The A2 German Language Exam
  • Preparation For The Speaking Part Of The A2 German Language Exam
  • Deutsche Redewendungen - German Idioms
  • What are false friends in languages?
  • Vocabulary: travelling & keyboard (German names of keyboard keys and symbols)
  • Understanding the difference between "von" and "aus"
  • Understanding the difference between "kennen" and "wissen"
  • Understanding the difference between "hier", "da" and "dort"
  • Understanding the difference between “mögen“, “lieben“, “gern haben“, “lieb haben“ and “verliebt sein“
  • Recommendations for how to learn a language better
  • Quizzes after most chapters
  • Homework after most chapters
  • All chapters are downloadable as an PDF
Requirements

You should have finished the A1 level already before starting this course

Course Description

Take your German to the next level with an experienced native German teacher!

If you have started learning German and like to continue improving it, this course is perfect for you! Here you will learn all German grammar you need for the A2 level. You will find 29 videos about the German grammar and further videos about the German culture and important links to study German.

This course also includes two videos which will show and prepare you for the speaking and writing part of the official German A2 exam. There are also two vocabulary videos about the subjects “travelling” and “keyboard” included. In order to practice what you have learned in each lesson, you will find quizzes. There is also homework included after each chapter if you like to practice  and improve your German further. You will also be able to download all presentations of every chapter as a PDF file if you like to print or safe it.


The covered grammatical subjects are:

- Adjektivdeklination                                             - Akkusativ         

- Dativ                                                                      - Demonstrativpronomen

- Futur I                                                                    - Genitiv

- indirekte Fragen                                                  - Komparativ

- Konditionalsätze                                                  - Konjunktiv II

- das Verb "lassen"                                                 - Modalverben im Präteritum

- n-Deklination                                                       - Possessivartikel

- Präpositionaladverb                                            - Präteritum

- Pronomen                                                             - reflexive Verben

- Relativpronomen                                                - Satzstellung mit Akkusativ und Dativ

- Subjunktionen                                                     - Verben mit Präpositionalobjekt

- Vorgangspassiv                                                   - Wechselpräpositionen

- Wortbildung                                                         - Zeitadverbien

Vocabulary:

- reisen - travelling

- Tastatur - keyboard (German names of keyboard keys and symbols)


Plus:

- What are false friends in languages?

- Recommendations for great books to learn German

- Recommendations for great websites to learn German

- Recommendations for how to learn a language better

- Difference between hier – da – dort

- Difference between “kennen” and “wissen”

- Difference between “von” and “aus”

- Difference between “mögen“, “lieben“, “gern haben“, “lieb haben“ and “verliebt  sein“

- Preparation for the writing part of the A2 German language exam

- Preparation for the speaking part of the A2 German language exam

- Interesting facts about the German culture (sights, food, culture)

- German Idioms

- Quizzes after most chapters

- Homework after most chapters

- All chapters are downloadable as a PDF



Why take this German course?


  • Learn from a native German teacher with 10+ years of experience in teaching. Thus, you will also learn the correct German pronunciation, without accent or dialect.

  • Learn at your own pace, whenever and wherever you like! Thus, have maximum flexibility!

  • Join 70,00+ happy students in 10+ countries who are already taking our courses!

  • You have a 90-day money-back guarantee! Thus, you have no risk and nothing to lose!

  • Safe money! Our courses are much more affordable than any traditional course!

  • Learn in a structured way with clear explanations! Each chapter and course builds on each other.




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Who This Course Is For:
  • This course is perfect for all students of the German language who have started learning German already and who have a basic knowledge of this language.

Course Content

• Level Beginner • 57 Classes • 115 Hours

Unit 1 - Willkommen in A2

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 1. 1 Sachtexte verstehen 02:00:00
Lecture 1. 2 über Brücken sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 1. 3 Wiederholung : jmdn. vorstellen, Termine machen 02:00:00
Lecture 1. 4 Landeskundequiz 02:00:00
Unit 2 - Leben und lernen in Europa

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 2. 1 über Sprechen und Migration sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 2. 2 über die eigene Biografie sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 2. 3 Städte und Länder vergleichen 02:00:00
Lecture 2. 4 Gründe nennen 02:00:00
Unit 3 - Familiengeschichten

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 3. 1 über die Familie sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 3. 2 Fotos und Personen beschreiben 02:00:00
Lecture 3. 3 jemdn. beglückwünschen / jmdn. einladen 02:00:00
Lecture 3. 4 die eigene Meinung ausdrücken 02:00:00
Unit 4 - Unterwegs

5 lectures, 10:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 4. 1 über eine Reise sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 4. 2 Vermutungen äußern 02:00:00
Lecture 4. 3 Fahrpläne lesen 02:00:00
Lecture 4. 4 eine Reise planen und buchen 02:00:00
Lecture 4. 5 eine Zugfahrt organisieren 02:00:00
Unit 5 - Station 1

4 lectures, 09:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 5. 1 Berufsbilder 02:00:00
Lecture 5. 2 Wörter- Spiele - Training 02:00:00
Lecture 5. 3 Filmstation 1 03:00:00
Lecture 5. 4 Magazin 02:00:00
Unit 6 - Freizeit und Hobby

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 6. 1 über Hobbys und Interessen sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 6. 2 positiv / negetiv oder überrascht aug etw. reagieren 02:00:00
Lecture 6. 3 Emotionen ausdrücken und verstehen 02:00:00
Lecture 6. 4 über Vereine sprechen 02:00:00
Unit 7 - Medien im Alltag

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 7. 1 über Medien sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 7. 2 eine Grafik verstehen und auswerten 02:00:00
Lecture 7. 3 auf eine Reklamation reagieren 02:00:00
Lecture 7. 4 kurze Mitteilungen schreiben 02:00:00
Unit 8 - Ausgehen, Leute treffen

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 8. 1 Freizeit: sagen , worauf man Lust hat 02:00:00
Lecture 8. 2 eine Speisekarte lesen 02:00:00
Lecture 8. 3 etwas im Restaurant bestellen 02:00:00
Lecture 8. 4 über das Kennenlernen und über Kontakte sprechen 02:00:00
Unit 9 - Station 2
Unit 10 - Vom Land in die Stadt

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 10. 1 über das Stadt - und Landleben sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 10. 2 Wohnungsanzeigen lesen und verstehen 02:00:00
Lecture 10. 3 einen Umzug planen 02:00:00
Lecture 10. 4 über Unfälle im Haushalt berichten 02:00:00
Unit 11 - Kultur erleben

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 11. 1 über Kulturelle Interessen sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 11. 2 ein Programm für eine Stadtbesichtigung planen 02:00:00
Lecture 11. 3 einen Theaterbesuch organisieren 02:00:00
Lecture 11. 4 über Vergangenes sprechen und schreiben 02:00:00
Unit 12 - Arbeitswelten

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 12. 1 über Berufswünsche sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 12. 2 Stellenanzeigen verstehen 02:00:00
Lecture 12. 3 einen Lebenslaug schreiben 02:00:00
Lecture 12. 4 auf einen Anrufbeantworter sprechen 02:00:00
Unit 13 - Station 3
Unit 14 - Feste und Feiern

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 14. 1 über Feste und Bräuche sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 14. 2 über Geschenke sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 14. 3 Feste und Feiern vergleichen 02:00:00
Lecture 14. 4 über Berdingungen und Folgen sprechen 02:00:00
Unit 15 - Mit allen Sinnen

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 15. 1 Emotionen ausdrücken und darauf reagieren 02:00:00
Lecture 15. 2 einen Film zusammenfassen 02:00:00
Lecture 15. 3 über einen Film sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 15. 4 Personen vorstellen 02:00:00
Unit 16 - Ideen und Erfindungen

4 lectures, 08:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 16. 1 über Erfindungen und produkte sprechen 02:00:00
Lecture 16. 2 sagen , welche Dinge man oft braucht und wozu 02:00:00
Lecture 16. 3 mit einer Textgrafik arbeiten 02:00:00
Lecture 16. 4 Vorgänge beschreiben, ein Rezept erklären 02:00:00
Unit 17 - Station 4
FAQs

The A2 level in the German language is considered the elementary level, where learners expand upon their basic knowledge and skills acquired at the A1 level.

At the A2 level, you will learn to express yourself more confidently in various everyday situations. You will expand your vocabulary, learn more complex grammar structures, and be able to understand and participate in basic conversations.

The time required to reach the A2 level in German can vary depending on the learner's dedication and study schedule. However, it generally takes around 120-180 hours of study to complete the A2 level.

Yes, there are online platforms and language learning websites that offer A2 German courses. These courses often provide interactive lessons, practice exercises, and opportunities to interact with instructors and fellow learners.

At the A2 level, you will further develop your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in German. You will be able to engage in more detailed conversations, understand simple texts, and express yourself with improved accuracy.

Yes, the A2 level is generally sufficient for basic communication during travel in German-speaking countries. You will be able to handle common situations such as ordering food, asking for directions, and interacting with locals.

Some common topics covered at the A2 level include family and relationships, hobbies and interests, daily routines, describing people and places, making plans, and discussing past experiences.

Yes, the Goethe-Institut offers the Goethe-Zertifikat A2 as an internationally recognized certificate that confirms your competence at the A2 level in German.

You can practice your German skills by reading German books or newspapers, watching German films or TV shows, participating in language exchange programs or conversation groups, and utilizing online resources for interactive exercises and practice.

After completing the A2 level, you can progress to the B1 level, which is the intermediate level. At the B1 level, you will further enhance your language skills and be able to handle more complex conversations, understand more challenging texts, and express yourself in a wider range of topics.

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