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German as a Foreign Language B1.1 plus B1.2
Deutsch als Fremdsprache B1.1 plus B1.2

Course 220000DE10 in SS 2018

General Data

Course Type seminar
Semester Weekly Hours 6 SWS
Organisational Unit German as a Foreign Language
Lecturers
Dates 104 dates in groups

Assignment to Modules

Further Information

Courses are together with exams the building blocks for modules. Please keep in mind that information on the contents, learning outcomes and, especially examination conditions are given on the module level only – see section "Assignment to Modules" above.

additional remarks In this course, knowledge of German as a foreign language will be further developed, enabling students to express themselves in German independently and confidently in familiar situations, e.g. in the classroom, at work, in free time and with the family, on topics of general interest, e.g. films, music, sports, etc, when standard German is spoken. Students expand and test a basic repertoire of logical main and subordinate clauses (final clauses, consecutive clauses, relative clauses), learn and practice the use of reflexive verbs, the function and use of second subjunctive and the passive. They review and develop elementary aspects of grammar, such as the use of the tenses and prepositions. They examine specific cultural features with regard to festivals and traditions, the educational system, the business world, lifestyles and leisure activities, and obtain insight into contemporary culture in Germany. In this module, knowledge of German as a foreign language will be further developed, enabling students to express themselves in German independently and confidently in familiar situations, e.g. in the classroom, at work, in free time and with family, on topics of general interest, e.g. films, music, sports, etc, when standard German is spoken. Students develop an expanded spectrum of vocabulary, figures of speech and idioms, discussion patterns, understand and use a basic repertoire of logical main and subordinate clauses (temporal clauses, causal clauses, infinitive clauses, final clauses, consecutive clauses and relative clause), verbs and nouns and expand their use of prepositions. They review and develop elementary aspects of grammar, such as the use of tenses, prepositions, adjective declensions and comparatives. They examine specific cultural features with regard to festivals and traditions, the educational system, the business world, lifestyles and leisure activities, and obtain insight into contemporary culture in Germany.
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