Small Group German Classes in London | Intermediate B1.1

Evening and weekend German classes in the City of London 
Intermediate German course part 1 – level B1.1 

 

10-week small group German classes (2-5 participants) for intermediate learners. 
This German course is suitable for those who have completed level A2 courses.

Cost
£399

Textbook
Berliner Platz 3

Course duration
10 weeks, 90 minutes per session

Start dates
Saturday 2 November 2019 at 12:00-13:30

It is possible to join the group once the course has started (subject to availability) after a few catch up sessions with your German tutor to get you up to speed.

Course format

The course is largely structured around a textbook and supplemented with worksheets, grammar exercises and other learning materials of various formats. We incorporate plenty of listening and speaking exercises in class, to give you an opportunity to put the theory you learn into practice. Your weekly homework consist of repetition, reinforcement and consolidation of material covered in class.

Course content

In 10 weeks you will learn German grammar and its application in real-life communications, such as:

    • Topic: the young and the old, living arrangements, housing project
    • Naming advantages and disadvantages
    • Requesting information, making indirect questions using the conjunction ob and W-Fragewörter e.g. wann, wo
    • Accusative prepositions
    • Topic: hotel stay, jobs 
    • Making a complaint and a compliment
    • Making comparisons — adjective endings, intensifiers with comparatives and superlatives
    • N-declension
    • Job ads, understanding and conducting job interviews over the phone
    • Topic: food, going out to eat, eating habits, nutrition, lifestyle
    • Adverbs of frequency
    • Infinitive constructions with zu — giving advice and suggestions
    • Dependant clause with the conjunction obwohl
    • Understanding and discussing an interview
    • Topic: historical events in Germany and the world, migration, politics
    • The past tenses das Präteritum and das Plusquamperfekt
    • Understanding the differences between the “spoken” past tense das Perfekt and the “written” past tense das Präteritum
    • Talking about past events using the conjunction als
    • Temporal conjunctions als, nachdem, bevor

 

Hear what our happy clients have to say

“After taking both A1.1 and A1.2 group courses I can tell you that the classes are fun and approachable. Having a class this central made it simple to come after work. We will be back! (and not just for the biscuits!)”

Adon Buckley
Architect
“Natasha is an excellent tutor who creates a fun and engaging environment for her students. I have studied with her through both A1 courses and found a huge improvement in my understanding of both German language and culture. I am looking forward to continuing to learn with her.”

 

Kirsty Williamson Business Development Manager
“Excellent teacher and fully interactive sessions. I made a lot more progress than I had originally envisaged!”

 

 

Tom P.