Learning German can open up a world of new opportunities for you. It is the most widely spoken native language in the European Union, and is also spoken in Austria, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. German is also an important language for business and science, and is widely used in the fields of engineering, medicine, and law.

Our German language course is designed to help you learn German at your own pace. We offer classes for all levels, from beginner to advanced. Our experienced and qualified instructors will teach you the fundamentals of the German language, including grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. You will also learn about German culture and customs.

Our classes are small and interactive, so you will have plenty of opportunities to practice speaking and listening to German. We also offer a variety of extracurricular activities to help you immerse yourself in the German language and culture.

Whether you are interested in learning German for business, travel, or simply for personal enrichment, our German language course is the perfect way to get started.

1.1. Lesson 1: Greetings and Introductions

  • Common greetings (Guten Morgen, Hallo, etc.)
  • Introducing yourself (Wie heißt du? Ich heiße…)
  • Polite forms of address (Sie vs. du)

1.2. Lesson 2: The German Alphabet and Pronunciation

  • The German alphabet
  • Pronunciation rules
  • Practice with phonetic exercises

Module 2: Everyday Conversations

2.1. Lesson 3: Numbers and Counting

  • Cardinal numbers (0-100)
  • Counting objects and people
  • Phone numbers and prices

2.2. Lesson 4: Common Phrases for Daily Life

  • Asking for directions (Wo ist…?)
  • Ordering food and drinks
  • Expressing likes and dislikes

Module 3: Grammar Basics

3.1. Lesson 5: Nouns and Articles

  • Gender of nouns (der, die, das)
  • Definite and indefinite articles
  • Noun declensions (singular and plural)

3.2. Lesson 6: Basic Sentence Structure

  • Subject-verb-object order
  • Word order in questions and negations
  • Conjugation of regular verbs

Module 4: Family and Relationships

4.1. Lesson 7: Talking about Family

  • Vocabulary for family members
  • Possessive pronouns (mein, dein, sein, ihr, etc.)
  • Describing relationships (sister, brother, cousin, etc.)

4.2. Lesson 8: Asking and Talking about Ages

  • How to ask and answer about someone’s age
  • Ordinal numbers
  • Talking about birthdays

Module 5: Cultural Insights

5.1. Lesson 9: German Culture and Traditions

  • Overview of German culture
  • Major holidays (e.g., Oktoberfest, Christmas)
  • German customs and etiquette

5.2. Lesson 10: German Cuisine

  • Introduction to German food
  • Common dishes (sauerkraut, bratwurst, schnitzel)
  • Ordering food in a restaurant

Module 6: Travel and Transportation

6.1. Lesson 11: At the Airport and Train Station

  • Vocabulary for travel
  • Booking tickets and making reservations
  • Asking for and giving directions

6.2. Lesson 12: Accommodation and Hotel Stays

  • Reserving a hotel room
  • Asking for information about accommodations
  • Common hotel phrases

Module 7: Leisure and Hobbies

7.1. Lesson 13: Talking about Hobbies

  • Discussing hobbies and interests
  • Vocabulary related to hobbies
  • Inviting someone to join in an activity

7.2. Lesson 14: Music, Movies, and Entertainment

  • Talking about entertainment preferences
  • Discussing favorite music and movies
  • Making plans with friends

Module 8: Wrapping it up

8.1. Lesson 15: Review and Revision

  • Comprehensive review of course materials
  • Practice exercises and quizzes

8.2. Lesson 16: Final Assessment and Next Steps

  • Final assessment to evaluate progress
  • Resources for further learning
  • Encouraging continued language study

Each lesson should include a combination of vocabulary building, grammar explanations, listening exercises, speaking practice, and cultural insights. Additionally, consider including interactive activities, quizzes, and assignments to engage learners and reinforce their understanding of the language.

Remember to adapt the content to your target audience’s needs, whether it’s for adults, children, tourists, or business professionals.