Price $475.00

Course Features
Language: German
2 hours
15 classes
Study Level: A1 (Absolute Beginner to Basics)
Certificate of Completion Upon Request

Our classes will still be held over Zoom for those of you that cannot or do not want to travel to Manchester. The first class of the semester will be hybrid (in-person and over Zoom at same time). The second class will be Zoom-only. The rest of the classes will alternate in the same way thereafter – hybrid followed by Zoom-only. So, all odd weeks of the semester ( Weeks 1,3,5,7 … 15) will be in-classroom and Zoom, and all even weeks (Weeks 2,4,6,8 …14) will be Zoom-only.

Class begins on February 7th, 2024 and runs 15 weeks, Wednesdays.

Class begins at 6:30 pm and runs until 8:30 pm.

This class is designed for students age 15+ years old.

What Will I Learn?

At this level, students should be able to conduct basic conversations in the German language. Building upon the basic foundations, students will continue to learn grammatical concepts such as verbs with separable prefixes, accusative and dative cases. This class will also do readings outside of the class book and work on vocabulary and reading comprehension. This class will also focus on speaking, both in formal and informal conversations. Though the focus is on language, instruction will include substantial information and discussion about the German -speaking cultures.

  • Materials: The class uses both the classbook and the workbook, level A2 You can choose to purchase the class book and workbook separately  or combined in one book, and the purchase options are below.

Book Information:

  • Panorama A2 Cornelsen Publisher.
  • Panorama A2 Gesamtbuch Kursbuch ISBN 978-3-06-120498-3
  • Panorama A2 Gesamtbuch Übungsbuch ISBN 978-3-06-120473-0
  • Panorama A2.1 (chapters 1-8) Kurs and Übungsbuch. ISBN 978-3-06121085-4

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the basics: introductions, greetings, both formal and informal language, and simple conversation.
  • Speaking, listening, reading and writing will be given equal importance for the German language acquisition.
  • Consolidating and reviewing basic grammar structures, learning to lead discussions, and giving opinions on interesting topics like food, modes of transportation, office life and appointments, health and fitness etc.

Prior Knowledge

This course assumes you’ve become comfortable with Beginner’s German 1 or similar skill level and are ready to move onto new challenges.


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