Learning German language gives the students a platform to expand its business and potentials across the national boundaries and to the international fronts. Our professionals have developed custom reading, writing and speaking module for the students who are willing to learn German language virtual / physical.
German: From A1 beginners to C2 advanced Levels
Learning a new language helps you to get to know another people and culture, as language and culture go hand in hand. German is not to overwhelm or confuse the student, but rather to teach the student in an orderly fashion. Learning German is meant to be fun, not subjective. Thus, the vocabulary is formatted for translating from English (which the students know) into German language. Learning, Studies, Reporting, Communication, Mail and Expressing Joy Media.
- Alphabets (A to Z), Numbers (1 to 100), Greetings and Farewell
- Simple Introduction
- Formal and Informal ways of addressing people
- Days of the week / Calendar / Months Name
- Questions and answers regarding well-being and personal information
Elementry learners of German with an interest in language and culture. The course is designed to develop your understanding of spoken German through video portraits of people in the German cities of Hamburg and Passau. It introduces you to the naturally spoken language, and gives clear advice on how to use video resources as a useful and enjoyable learning tool. Through completing varied activities you will improve your understanding and active use of the language, and develop the confidence to access further resources and take your German studies to a higher level.
- The alphabet and personal/basic greetings
- Dairy products, Vegetables, Meat & poultry
- Household tasks
- Transport & Travel
- Family & Friends
There is a growing demand in the market for students with a working knowledge of German. The requirement for professionals with knowledge of foreign languages is increasing. You can explore jobs in Corporate world (specially MNCs) that look for people who know and understand their language. If you hold any other degree apart from the Diploma in German language, you may look out for job opportunities with German companies in that field. You could explore job opportunities as Advertising, Copywriter, Advertising Manager, Art dealer, Bilingual Educator, Court Interpreter, Editor, Fashion Buyer, Foreign Service Officer, International Hotel Administrator, etc.
- Alphabet and numbers
- Describing houses and flats, furniture and appliances
- Introducing someone else: what he/she studies, does for living, lives, name and surname
- Formal and informal ways of addressing people; forms of courtesy
- Verb endings (conjugation) of regular and some irregular verbs in the present tense (vowel change)
- Learning, Studies,Reporting
- Communication, Mail, Expressing Joy
- University, Education, Expressing Satisfaction
- Official Documents, Description
- Mobility, Abroad, Expressing Excitement