B1 German Course
You are ready to move on to a B1 German Course if you have elementary knowledge of the German language. This means you are already a third of the way through your German journey!
What is covered in a B1 German Course?
In general, moving onto the intermediate stage means that you move on from expressing simple ideas, needs and actions. Instead, you will learn more complex grammar and vocabulary in the B1 German course, such as:
- Different past tenses of verbs
Modal verbs with the passive
How to use adjectives and prepositions
What will an B1 German Course teach me?
- Basic grammar constructions for everyday discussions.
How to talk about your everyday routine/practices.
How to ask for directions in the street and indicate directions for others.
Therefore, you will able to communicate more extensively and deal with more demanding situations such as having a phone call or writing an email of inquiry.
To sum up, in our B1 German Course, you will easily manage to communicate with others in scenarios which occur daily. You will also be able to switch between tenses to express your opinions and past experiences.
Your experience will become a lot more speaking-based, and what better way than to do it in our language school in Berlin with a no-desk and speaking-heavy approach?
Why is it essential to learn German on an intermediate level?
Berlin is the capital of Germany and is located in the centre of Europe. This multicultural city can surprise you and you will learn a lot from it. If you are living somewhere abroad, speaking and understanding the local language will undoubtedly come in handy. For example, taking the U-Bahn or any other public transport is part of Berlin life. Indeed, Berlin is a huge city, and so going everywhere on foot is not possible. That’s why it is essential to take part in a B1 German Course, which will prepare you for almost all situations you are likely to encounter in public. This will not only mean being able to get your head around simple things, but also deal with more complex exchanges such as discussing your rent or booking a rail ticket.
German Placement Test
If you already have existing knowledge of German and haven’t had lessons at DAS Akademie before, we invite you to take part in a free placement test, which consists of two parts – a short written part and an informal chat with one of our teachers. From there, we will be able to determine which course is best for you.
How much does a B1 German Course cost at DAS Akademie?
The intensive course (10:00-13:15 daily, 5 days per week, for 4 weeks) would cost 445€. This means you will have completed the first part of the B1 German Course, which is B1.1. If you decide to stay on for the second part of the course, you’d pay 830€ all together for B1.1 and B1.2.
If you aren’t able to attend courses during the day, an evening course would cost 400€ for 10 weeks of B1 German learning. However, if you want to complete the the levels B1.1 and B1.2 for 20 weeks, the price would be 765€.
All of our courses follow the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference).
What do I need for a B1 German Course?
There are no rules which say you have to have a textbook. Teachers may, however, discuss the course content with students and recommend purchasing a course book. If a textbook is agreed on, the price of this is not included in the fees listed here.
How do I sign up?
If you like what you see and would like to start your German language journey with DAS Akademie, simply register here or contact us anytime so that we can find the perfect course for you! Moreover, you are more than welcome to swing by our language school on Torstraße to have a personal chat and book your course.