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||In this lecture, students will increase their knowledge of German as a foreign language, enabling them to actively and almost fluently communicate with a native speaker on topics of general interest or in familiar fields using logically-structured arguments. Students develop a broad and differentiated vocabulary on a broad spectrum of current topics. They increase their knowledge of word formation, the possibilities of nominalizing in German, as well as prepositional phrases and noun-verb collocations, and expand their repertoire of nouns, verbs and adjectives with prepositions. They review and increase their use of subjunctive II (e.g. in unreal comparisons), they practice the use of two part (correlative) conjunctions and work on problems of sentence construction such as the placement of complements and adjuncts in complex main and subordinate clauses. Students deal with culturally-specific manifestations of German society and contend with current cultural life in Germany.
E-Learning course (e. g. Moodle)