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Answered on 29/11/2020 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

Aishwarya Pankaj Degaonkar

German Trainer/Tutor | German for Work

Hello there! Thank you for asking this question! It takes around 10-12 months to go from A1 to B2 where you spend 25 hrs a week (that is more than 4hrs a day) learning to language at a premium institute ie. Goethe/Max Mueller Bhavan. If you go with a private tutor or institute, it can take somewhere... read more

Hello there!

Thank you for asking this question!

It takes around 10-12 months to go from A1 to B2 where you spend 25 hrs a week (that is more than 4hrs a day) learning to language at a premium institute ie. Goethe/Max Mueller Bhavan. If you go with a private tutor or institute, it can take somewhere between 14-16 months depending on how well you respond to the learning speed and how competent your tutor is.

Learning entirely on your own from A1 to B2 can take 2.5 to 3 years. And this is just learning the "content" of B2. For exam preparation for the new B2 will need one month of daily 3-5 hrs of practice.

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Lesson Posted on 25/09/2020 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

Nominativ, Akkusativ and Dativ

Swathi Atyam

B2 certified in German Language -2017 Working as German Trainer in an institute since 2 yrs. Ensure...

Kasus (cases): Why we need cases in Deutsch? The word order in English matters; if we do not follow the order, it can change the whole meaning of the sentence. In Deutsch, word order is much more flexible. For example, verbs might jump to the end of the German sentence, or you might see three nouns... read more

Kasus (cases):

Why we need cases in Deutsch?

The word order in English matters; if we do not follow the order, it can change the whole meaning of the sentence. In Deutsch, word order is much more flexible. For example, verbs might jump to the end of the German sentence, or you might see three nouns sitting right next to each other in the middle of a German sentence. That is why cases are critical in Deutsch.

To understand the cases, you have to understand the different parts of a sentence.

Subject – who/what does the action

Verb – the action

Direct object – who/what is being affected by the action.

Indirect object – who/what is passively receiving the action or just hanging out in the sentence

In German, there are 4 cases.

- Nominativ

- Akkusativ

- Dativ

- Genitiv

In A1 we will learn only the first 3 cases.

The subject of a sentence is always Nominativ.

I am a boy N

Ich bin ein Junge

Subject : I - > Ich -> Nominativ

The apple is red.

Apple – der Apfel

Der Apfel ist rot. 

Subjekt -> der Apfel-> Nominativ 

 Akkusativ: ->Conveys the direct object in a sentence, person or animal or object being affected by an action carried out by subject in a sentence. Or

 -> when there is a movement (change in location).      Or

->Akkusativ preposition.  Or

 -> Akkusativ Verbs.

z:B:

I am eating salad.

Ich esse den Salat. (der Salat -> den Salat)

den Salat is a direct object, that's why it is in Akkusativ case.

Dativ : -> Indirect object in a sentence. Or

->Existing things. Or

-> when there is no movement. Or

-> Dativ prepositions. Or

->Dativ Verbs

The teacher is explaining the grammar to the students.

z:B:

Der Lehrer erklärt den Studenten die Grammatik

Nominativ-> Der Lehrer(subject)

Akkusativ->die Grammatik(direct object)

Dativ - > den Studenten (indirect person)

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Lesson Posted on 12/06/2020 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

Best Books to learn German from! A1-B2 Review

Aishwarya Pankaj Degaonkar

The Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan in India changes the book of instruction every 5 or 6 years. Many institutes in German, Austria and Switzerland publish their books. This way, you learn the language directly and learn how not to interpret or translate it word to word without context. Because these... read more

The Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan in India changes the book of instruction every 5 or 6 years. Many institutes in German, Austria and Switzerland publish their books. This way, you learn the language directly and learn how not to interpret or translate it word to word without context. Because these books are in German, you will need the help of an instructor to help you with the basics. Yet, many teach themselves German with such books and have cleared the B2-C1 exams successfully.

A reminder that the best books to learn German from should be in German only. Language is fluid, flexible and ever-changing, which is why there is not just one book which one must learn from. On the same note, learning from only one book is never enough for your growth.

Some of the series for CEFR A1-B1 is as follows:

  • Netzwerk A1, A2, B1

  • Menschen A1, A2, B1

  • Begegnungen A1+, A2+, B1+

  • Beste Freunde (for teens and young adults)

Some of the series for CEFR B2-C2 are as follows:

  • Aspekte neu B1+, B2, C1

  • Mittelpunkt neu B1+, B2, C1

  • Studio d: Die Mittelstufe B2/1, B2/2, C1

  • AusBlick 2, 3 (for teens and young adults)

For the CEFR Exams, three exam prep books offer you three levels of difficulty for severe and casual learners.

The books are as follows:

  • Fit fürs (name of the exam) by Hueber Verlag

  • Mit Erfolg zum (name of the exam) by Ernst Klett Sprachen

  • Prüfungstraining (name of the exam) by Cornelsen

Apart from these, there are hundreds of books by Langenscheidt, Hueber Verlag, Cornelsen, Ernst Klett Sprachen, PONS, Springer, Schubert Verlag which offer grammar exercises, exam prep, vocab, listening, writing and reading comprehension practice, short stories, etc. There are a bunch of books written in Indian languages to learn German from and many other miscellaneous books written by thousands of people on adapting different learning techniques to learn German.

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Lesson Posted on 11/06/2020 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

A1 Informal Letter Writing - Exercises

Aishwarya Pankaj Degaonkar

1. Ihr Freund Kalle hat Ihnen eine E-Mail geschrieben und Sir zu seiner Geburtstagsfeier eingeladen. Antworten Sie und schreiben Sir über folgende Punkte: Sie haben Zeit. Ihre Freundin Maike besucht Sie. Sie möchten Maike zur Party mitbringen. Essen und Getränke. Schreiben Sie... read more

1. Ihr Freund Kalle hat Ihnen eine E-Mail geschrieben und Sir zu seiner Geburtstagsfeier eingeladen. Antworten Sie und schreiben Sir über folgende Punkte:

  • Sie haben Zeit.
  • Ihre Freundin Maike besucht Sie. Sie möchten Maike zur Party mitbringen.
  • Essen und Getränke.

Schreiben Sie zu jedem Punkt eins bis zwei Sätze. Insgesamt fünf Satze. Vergessen Sie Anrede und Gruß nicht.

2. Sie sind im Urlaub. Schreiben Sie eine Postkarte.

Schreiben Sie über folgende Punkte:

  • Urlaubsort
  • Wetter
  • Aktivitäten

Schreiben Sie zu jedem Punkt eins bis zwei Sätze. Insgesamt fünf Satze. Vergessen Sie Anrede und Gruß nicht.

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Lesson Posted on 02/06/2020 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

German For Beginners

Priyanka

I have been associated with German for the last 10 years and have worked extensively with Germans. I...

Language learning is often considered to be rocket science. While it has nothing to do with actual rockets, it can sometimes be quite difficult, especially when you're confronted with a rather complex language like German. You hear about difficult grammatical cases like "Akusativ "or "Dativ ", and you... read more

Language learning is often considered to be rocket science. While it has nothing to do with actual rockets, it can sometimes be quite difficult, especially when you're confronted with a rather complex language like German. You hear about difficult grammatical cases like "Akusativ "or "Dativ ", and you end up feeling overwhelmed. But essentially, the secret to learning German lies in talking as much as possible.

 

I have always suggested that you shouldn't worry about grammar too much in the beginning. Don't let complicated rules get in the way of out what you actually want to do: to speak German. Of course, you will be getting a lot of things wrong when starting out. But to me, the thing that boosts your language skills like nothing else is shamelessly speaking your target language as much as possible. And I recommend doing it from the very first day of learning. It's learning by doing really, just like how children do it.

 

But where do you begin? How can you start talking if you have zero knowledge about the language you want to learn? I've discovered a very simple system to start out with any language that I call the 10x10x10 method. Of course, you can use this for any language, but in this article – since I'm a German teacher – I'm going to use German as an example.

 

Basically, the method states that once you know 10 nouns, 10 verbs and 10 adjectives, you can form 1000 sentences. Quite a lot already, right? Of course, some of them won't make too much sense, but 800 phrases are not too bad either, aren't they? And anyone can learn 30 vocabulary words in a few days. I picked out here what I believe are the most valuable 10 words of each category. Here we go!

 

Nouns

 

  1. Der Mann – the man
  2. Die Frau – the woman
  3. Das Kind – the child
  4. Das Auto – the car
  5. Das Brot – the bread
  6. Das Haus – the house
  7. Die Stadt – the city
  8. Das Land – the country
  9. Das Geld – the money
  10. Das Buch – the book

 

Verbs

(I added the present tense conjugations.)

 

  1. sein – to be
    • ich bin   
    • du bist   
    • er / sie / es ist
    • wir sind   
    • ihr seid
    • sie sind
  2. sehen – to see
    • ich sehe   
    • du siehst   
    • er / sie / es sieht
    • wir sehen
    • ihr seht
    • sie sehen
  3. werden – to become
    • ich werde
    • du wirst
    • er / sie / es wird
    • wir werden
    • ihr werdet   
    • sie werden
  4. gehen – to go
    • ich gehe
    • du gehst
    • er / sie / es geht
    • wir gehen
    • ihr geht
    • sie gehen
  5. verlassen – to leave
    • ich verlasse   
    • du verlässt
    • er / sie / es verlässt
    • wir verlassen
    • ihr verlasst
    • sie verlassen
  6. kommen – to come
    • ich komme
    • du kommst
    • er / sie / es kommt
    • wir kommen
    • ihr kommt
    • sie kommen
  7. essen – to eat
    • ich esse
    • du isst   
    • er / sie / es isst   
    • wir essen
    • ihr esst
    • sie essen
  8. brauchen – to need
    1. ich brauche
    2. du brauchst
    3. er / sie / es braucht   
    4. wir brauchen
    5. ihr braucht
    6. sie brauchen
  9. wachsen – to grow
    1. ich wachse
    2. du wächst
    3. er / sie / es wächst
    4. wir wachsen
    5. ihr wachst
    6. sie wachsen
  10. geben – to give
    1. ich gebe
    2. du gibst
    3. er / sie / es gibt
    4. wir geben
    5. ihr gebt   
    6. sie geben

 

 

Adjectives

 

  1. schwarz – black
  2. weiß – white
  3. groß – big
  4. klein – small
  5. lang – long
  6. kurz –     short
  7. gut – good
  8. schlecht – bad
  9. schön – beautiful
  10. hässlich – ugly

 

Now, as you have seen, you'll actually be learning a bit more than just 30 words, because you will be learning the conjugations of the verbs, as well as the basic personal pronouns. But don't worry, you will acquire the extra knowledge naturally as you study your vocabulary. I suggest you make 30 vocabulary cards, one for each word that I recommend here. Of course, feel free to replace some of them, if you can think of words that are more relevant to you and what you want to say.

 

I don't think you have to study a lot until you know these few basic words by heart. And once you know them, you can express yourself in German! Here are some examples of what you can say now:

 

  • Das Haus ist groß. - The house is big.
  • Die Frau ist schön. - The woman is beautiful.
  • Die Stadt wächst. - The city grows.
  • Ich verlasse das Land. - I leave the country.
  • Wir essen Brot. - We eat bread.
  • Das Buch ist gut. - The book is good.

 

As you see, you have now acquired a really good stock of words for various situations and opinions. I urge you to go out and practice these words all the time. You see a black car driving by? Just say in your head: "Das Auto ist schwarz. "You see a tall man in the street? "Der Mann ist groß. "You can also comment on your daily activities: "Ich gebe das Geld. Ich esse das Brot. "As you do this, a very important thing happens: you get a feel for the language. You see patterns in conjugation and sentence structure. You see similarities between German and English. You start to get to know how German is spoken and what it feels like. That's a great point to move on from and dive deeper into the language.

 

I hope this simple method helps you to get a good headstart into learning German. As I have said, don't worry too much about things like grammar or complicated rules in the beginning. It's always better to start talking right off the bat, and then fine-tune your language later on. Be like a child, and express yourself in the most basic way! I firmly believe that this is the best and fastest way to learn a new language.

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Lesson Posted on 11/05/2020 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language Language/Foreign Language

Temporal Adverbs of Frequency in German Language

Asif Shaikh

Note for Students: There are different ways in Learning a Language. But do you know which method is best...

Temporal Adverbs of Frequency in German Language Adverbs are words that give additional information about a verb. Temporal adverbs of frequency are specific category of adverbs that tell you how frequently an action happens. Here are all frequency related adverbs in German language ranging from... read more

Temporal Adverbs of Frequency in German Language

Adverbs are words that give additional information about a verb.

Temporal adverbs of frequency are specific category of adverbs that tell you how frequently an action happens. Here are all frequency related adverbs in German language ranging from least frequency to most frequent)

nie | fast nie | selten | manchmal | ab und zu | oft | häufig | meistens | fast immer | immer

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 25/12/2019 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

In der Stadt

Bharat Zanwar

I am professional with German speaking skills. I am giving home/online/tutor home tution since past 5...

1) Hier kauft man Bücher -- die bucchandlung 2) Hier kann man einen Brief oder ein Paket abschicken -- die postman 3) Hier kann man Geld bekommen -- die bank 4) Hier kauft man Torten und Kuchen -- die konditorei 5) Hier kann man Medikamente kaufen. -- die apotheke 6) Hier kauft man Sachen... read more
1) Hier kauft man Bücher -- die bucchandlung
2) Hier kann man einen Brief oder ein Paket abschicken -- die postman
3) Hier kann man Geld bekommen --  die bank
4) Hier kauft man Torten und Kuchen -- die konditorei
5) Hier kann man Medikamente kaufen. -- die apotheke
6) Hier kauft man Sachen wie Zeitungen oder Zigaretten. -- der zeitungstand
7) Hier kauft man Brot.-- die backerei
8) Hier kauft man Fleisch. -- die metzgerei 
9) Hier kann man Lebensmittel und andere Sachen kaufen. -- der supermarkt
10) Hier geht man, wenn man essen will. -- das restaurant
11) Hier geht man mit Freunden, wenn man trinken will. -- die kneipe 
12) Hier kann man gute Filme sehen. --  das kino
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Answered on 19/07/2020 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

I did upto B2.1 in Goethe Institute, Bangalore. Want to learn speaking more, as I got a job and in Germany... read more

I did upto B2.1 in Goethe Institute, Bangalore. Want to learn speaking more, as I got a job and in Germany now. Please let me know if any one could help me in German speaking (will pay however cannot pay hourly), also if anyone wants to learn mutually, let us connect. Thank you

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You can purchase software from Goethe institute for speaking german.
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Lesson Posted on 29/09/2019 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

Verb endungen

Prasenjit Das

I am a Freelancer German translator and completed C1 level from Max Muller Bhawan (Goethe Institut)....

Ergänzen Sie die Verben und vervollständigen Sie die Sätze mit Informationen über sich. • Wie (heißen) Sie? • Ich (heißen) . • Wie alt (sein) Sie? • Ich (sein) Jahre alt. • Woher (kommen) Sie? • Ich (kommen) ... read more

Ergänzen Sie die Verben und vervollständigen Sie die Sätze mit Informationen über sich.
 • Wie (heißen)      Sie? • Ich (heißen)         . • Wie alt (sein)      Sie? • Ich (sein)       Jahre alt. • Woher (kommen)      Sie? • Ich (kommen)      aus     .

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Answered on 26/07/2017 Language/Foreign Language/German Language Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

Neha Sood

German Language Trainer/Expert

I would never suggest you to join a tutor who is ready to teach u A1 or B1 in 6000 rupees. Reputed institute like Goethe is not a fool, which is charging high fees for all levels because this is very extensive and quality Language. A teacher who is ready to teach you in 6000 rs is fooling you around.... read more
I would never suggest you to join a tutor who is ready to teach u A1 or B1 in 6000 rupees. Reputed institute like Goethe is not a fool, which is charging high fees for all levels because this is very extensive and quality Language. A teacher who is ready to teach you in 6000 rs is fooling you around. And at the end of the Day, you will stand nowhere. read less
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