Content of your German course

Find out more about the content of your intensive course

Sometimes it is not quite so easy to decide which level is the right level for you. A good place to start is with our placement test which gives you a pretty good idea which course you should sign up for. On top of that, we have designed this handy summary of topics that you are going to cover in class. You will find a short description and the important grammar and vocabulary aspects at a glance.
In our knowledgebase you can find a lot more information on many other useful aspects regarding your language course.

Level progression

You know you want to learn German, but you wonder what the letters A, B and C mean? It’s simple: They tell you how advanced your knowledge of a foreign language already is.
Generally, A means it’s the beginner level, B means it’s intermediate and C indicates the advanced level – but it’s a fluent passage between the levels. In accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, we at speakeasy group our courses into these different levels.

Please note the different progression in intensive and evening classes - it is due to the number of lessons per week. The intensive course with four lesson days per week has twice as many appointments as the evening course with two lesson days per week.


Intensive courses:


Evening courses:

Learn more about the content of your evening course

Our placement test is a good place to start when searching for the right course. To help you even more, we’ve compiled the following summary. A1.1, A1.1+, or A1.2? Here you can find all the important details on the topics, grammar, and vocab that you are going to cover in each level. This way, you know exactly what to expect when starting the course and what you will be able to accomplish in German once you have completed the level!
In our knowledgebase you can find a lot more information on many other useful aspects regarding your language course.

Level progression

You know you want to learn German, but you wonder what the letters A, B and C mean? It’s simple: They tell you how advanced your knowledge of a foreign language already is.
Generally, A means it’s the beginner level, B means it’s intermediate and C indicates the advanced level – but it’s a fluent passage between the levels. In accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, we at speakeasy group our courses into these different levels.

Please note the different progression in intensive and evening classes - it is due to the number of lessons per week. The intensive course with four lesson days per week has twice as many appointments as the evening course with two lesson days per week.


Intensive courses:


Evening courses:

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