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Level Description of skills Common European Framework of Reference for Languages Tasks of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (GER) The Common European Framework of Reference deals with the assessment of progress in learning outcomes regarding a foreign language. The aim is to make the different European language Read More…

Goethe Zertifikat A1 Sprechen Teil 2

Gemeinsamer europäischer Referenzrahmen für Sprachen (GERS)

Gemeinsamer europäischer Referenzrahmen für Sprachen Laut dem Gemeinsamen europäischen Referenzrahmen für Sprachen können Lernende in verschiedene Referenzniveaus eingeteilt werden. Je nach Niveaustufe weisen Lernende unterschiedliche sprachliche Kenntnisse und Fertigkeiten auf. Diese sprachlichen Kompetenzen werden in Kann-Beschreibungen ausformuliert.   Elementare Sprachverwendung (A1 und A2) A1 Kann vertraute, alltägliche Ausdrücke und ganz einfache Sätze Read More…

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

In accordance to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages learners can be divided into different reference levels. Depending on the reference level learners show different levels of language proficiency  and skills. These language skills are described in the form of Can Do statements.               Read More…

How to apply for Goethe Institut Examination

 (Last updated 04.10.2021) Exam registration is a very important thing for every student, who wants to appear for Goethe Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan exam and to get a German language certificate for further studies in Germany or spouse visa or for any other purpose. The new method of filling examination Read More…

Ja-/Nein-Frage

Ja-/Nein-Frage or Yes-/No-Question is a type of question, to which we can answer in no or yes. But German language has 3 answers to this kind of question: ja, nein, doch. For example: Bist du Manager hier?                          Nein, Read More…

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In this blog, we will be learning indefinite articles in the German language. In the German language, we have 3 genders and these are masculine, feminine, and neutral and for each gender, there is a different indefinite article. For example: a man                  Read More…

Weil

Use of “weil” In A1, you must have read about “denn”, which means “because”. “Weil” is another synonyme of “denn” and it means of course “because”. Like denn, weil is also a connector and joins two sentences. For example: Ich esse nicht heute denn ich habe keinen Hunger.          Read More…

Reflexive Verben

Reflexive Verben mit Akkusativ For many German learners reflexive verbs are a big headache but in reality, they are quite easy. There is a short to understand them and this short cut is: don’t try to understand them, just try to use them. You must understand, there are some verbs in Read More…

Futur 1

Future tense (भविष्य काल) is used to express your actions, position or state in the future. For example: I will go to Germany. मैं जर्मनी जाऊंगा। He will be learning German. वह जर्मन सीख रहा होगा। In the German language, we have 2 types of future tense: Futur 1 (सामान्य भविष्य Read More…

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