Over the 10 weeks, part 1 will teach you to describe your daily work and home life in more depth, as well as talk about recent and past events.
You’ll spend some time revising the perfect tense (regular and irregular) and the dative case in a sentence. We’ll then introduce you to reflexive verbs, as well as modal verbs in the past tense.
You’ll also learn more about aspects of German culture, including the education system and leisure trends – giving you a more rounded understanding for both the German language and lifestyle.
Who is it for?
You should have reached CEFR A1/A2 level or studied German formally for at least 60 hours. You may have studied German at GSCE level some time ago or completed our German beginners syllabus. Check the eligibility section below.
Find out more about our Learn German with City short courses courses
This course takes place one evening a week at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
- Test your interest in learning at this level without committing to the full year
- Join a small and friendly group of peers, led by a trained and native German speaker
- Advanced teaching techniques and digital learning platforms.