About the Course
Aim of the course:
To provide the students (aspirants planning to study in Germany and work in German companies) with a basic knowledge of German that will enable them as a launch pad for advanced learning. The course is an Online and involves extensive training in spoken German with some insights into basic grammar.
S.no Basics Required Classes (Hours)
1 Alphabets 1
2 Nominativ 2
3 Verb conjugations 2
4 Numbers 2
5 Accusativ 2
6 W questions 2
7 Date & Time 2
8 Modal Verbs 5
9 Miscellaneous 10
11 Present perfect 4
12 Dativ 3
13 Possessive 3
14 Comparative & Superlative 1
Given below is a detailed sketch of course syllabus tailored for a basic German course (A1).
The Course covers all the chapters in the Studio d Books A1.
The exercises book will be done by the students themselves and the queries can be clarified as when required after the class
Learn book and exercise book consist of lot of exercise for
The syllabus is designed as per the A – First level from the Institutes recognized all over the world.
You can take up the exam at you place with the guidance for the exam from the teacher.
Exam preparation technique is more similar to the final exam
Brief history of the language and the people who speak it.
The modern culture of Germany with special reference to the business community
The alphabet of the German language
Months in a year and days in week
Number system in German
How to measure and count time
Public utility services in Germany
Nationalities and languages
Personal pronomen (in Nominative case)
The word order’ verb position
Nouns, numbers, gender & articles (definite and indefinite)
Conjugation of verbs like haben, sein (Hilfsverben)
Cases, Accusative case (Object case)
Regular and irregular verbs, separable, modal verbs
The use of gern, lieber, leider, nicht, auch etc
Dialogue particles, Ja & Nein
Word building, forming verbs from nouns
Perfect with “Ich bin” and “Ich habe”.
Demonstrative pronouns - dies und das
Prepositions (in, an, am, um etc.)
Directional words(links,rechts etc)
Conjunctions i.e. aber, denn, oder, weil, sondern, wenn usw
Dative case, the indirect object, the role of prepositions
A list of some of the strong and mixed verbs
Particles - doch, denn etc
Who should attendStudents or Adults above 17 Years of Age
Pre-requisitesVery good Bandwidth Internet
What you need to bringDownloaded Books and German Materials
Key TakeawaysAt the end of the class all the German Vocabulary and Grammar to Write the Basic level of exam and can Converse with the German People with General sentences like Introduction and Questions