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As per the norms of CEFR German ability to speak German is tested and conducted by GOETHE INSITUT

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As per the norms of CEFR German ability to speak German is tested and conducted by GOETHE INSITUT

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A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2
16 Years Old +
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A1, A2, B1, B2
10 - 16 Years Old

A1 - German

Duration: 100 Hours

Users can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of the needs of a concrete type. Users can interact in a simple way like asking questions and answering basic things provided the other person talks slowly and clearly.

A1 Content Glossary

Duration: 25 - 30 Hours

  1. Salutations
  2. Alphabets, Numbers
  3. Phonetics, Orthographs, punctuations
  4. Days of the week, Months of the Year
  5. Definite & Indefinite Articles
  6. Personal pronouns
  7. Interrogative Pronouns
  8. Regular Verbs Conjugations (present tense)
  9. Irregular Verbs (Sein, Haben…)with negative and
  10. Interrogative form
  1. Negative Forms (nicht and kein)
  2. Separable and Reflexive Verbs
  3. German word order
  4. Prefect tense
  5. Future tense (future 1)
  6. German cases (nominative, accusative and dative)
  7. Prepositions (Date, Time, Place, Transportation)
  8. Contractive articles
  9. Use of adjectives (describing personalities)
  10. Possessive & Demonstrative Articles
  11. Imperative

Speaking Section

Marks: 25

  1. How to Introduce in German
  2. Name of Seasons
  3. Vocabulary ( House, Classroom, Fruits, Vegetables
  4. Colours, Body parts
  5. How do tell about the weather
  6. Describe people, Place, Weather, Home
  7. How to Tell time
  8. A daily routine using Reflexive Verbs
  1. How to do shopping
  2. How to book a room
  3. How to make an appointment
  4. Inquiry about registration
  5. Rent a car / apartment
  6. Take help
  7. Offer Services
  8. Describe the house in, third person
  9. Talk about events, Festivals
  10. Public transports
  11. Accept or reject proposals
  12. Go for holidays, Vacations

Listening Section

Marks: 25

Suggested Books:

  1. Studio
  2. Hueber

Writing Section

Marks: 25
Parts: 2

  1. Filling a Registration Form
  1. Writing an informal letter
    1. To invite someone for any occasion(Birthday, Marriage, Festival)
    2. Accept or Refuse the invitation
    3. Invite a friend to watch a movie, to spend vacations with you
    4. To tell your family or friend about your new city, new City
    5. Invite a German friend to spend vacations in your country
    6. Write good wishes to someone for his exams, new job
    7. Write to ask for services (Hotel reservation, book a tour)
    8. Email a friend to ask his/her news
    9. Respond to an informal email
    10. Write an informal postcard
    11. Write a condolence message
    12. To react according to subject
    13. Write about your French classes (Experience, Teacher)

Writing Section

Marks: 25
Parts: 2

  1. German Songs and Music ( National Anthem)
  2. German Cuisine
  3. Study of Popular Monuments of Germ
  4. Cities of Germany with their geographical, historical, economic, and political importance
  5. Basic information about German-speaking countries
  6. German Festivals, Rituals, Occasions, Myths, Important dates
  7. German Speaking Countries

A2 - German

Duration: 100 Hours

User understands sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance They can communicate and exchange information on familiar and routine matters in simple terms regarding matters in areas of basic need

Grammar Section

Duration: 25 - 26 Hours
Marks: 25

  1. All german tenses
  2. Active & Passive voice (present & past passive)
  3. Relative pronoun
  4. Da & Wo Compounds
  5. All 4 german cases in detail
  6. Preposition (accusative, dative & two way)
  7. Verbs with preposition
  8. German Conjunctions
  9. Use of Past Tense
  10. Form a story using Perfect and Imperfect tense
  11. Subjective Moods
  12. Conditional Moods
  13. Hypothetical Sentences
  14. Direct Indirect
  15. Use of Past Tense ( Präteritum)

Speaking Section

Marks: 25
Parts: 2

A. Monologue

  1. Speak about your family
  2. Speak about the person you love
  3. To tell about the festivals of your country
  4. Speak about the country you want to live in explaining the reason
  5. About your favorite book
  6. Festivals & Traditions of your country
  7. Tell me about the movie you’ve watched recently
  8. Talk about your studies and your future goals
  9. To talk about past events, accidents, Incidents, Visits
  10. Unforgettable moments
  11. To talk about your regret, desire
  12. To deal with complex situations
  13. To describe a place, or person in detail
  14. To give an impression of the place
  15. To defend opinion
  16. To talk about social issues, events, festivals, and rituals.
  17. To describe a place, or person in detail
  18. To give definitions (What is friendship, Intelligence)
  19. To describe a place, or person in detail

B. Role Play

  1. To buy movie tickets, Museum, Opera Evening
  2. Book a restaurant for an event
  3. Ask for specific food or drinks
  4. File a complaint (To repost against lost bags, wallets, suitcases, and passports)
  5. To ask for permission for some activity
  6. To give explanations, Excuses
  7. Making announcements
  8. Plan a tour, Vacations, Trips
  9. Urgent call ( Medical emergency, report an incident)
  10. Rent or buy a car, apartment
  11. To convince for an activity, work, food, event, meeting
  12. Describe your Profile
  13. Importance of learning German

Listening Section

Marks: 25

Suggested Books:

  1. Studio
  2. Heuber

Writing Section

Marks: 25

Letter Topics:

  1. Write about unforgettable moments
  2. Write your experience about Past events, Visits, Festivals Celebrated, Marriage
  3. Write about your impression of the place visited
  4. Express your opinion
  5. Write Personal Journal
  6. Accept, refuse, post pone invitations
  7. To ask for advice from friend
  8. How to write Personal Journal, Blog
  9. Describe events of past accidents, incidents, conflict
  10. Invite a friend to attend some event, or occasion
  11. To Inquire about services from hotels, museum

Reading Section

Marks: 25

  1. Read brochures, Advertisements, Website content, Services
  2. Read short news articles on social issues including
    1. Travel diaries
    2. Media
    3. Mode Of Communication
    4. Biography of a person
    5. Environment

B1 - German

Users understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst traveling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics that are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes, and ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans

Grammar Section

Duration: 25 - 26 Hours
Marks: 25

  1. Indicators of conditional
  2. Final clauses
  3. Nouns – Verb – Connectors
  4. Time clauses: simultaneity, non-simultaneity
  5. Prepositions
  6. Adjectives + Prepositions
  7. Enumerations
  8. Causes & consequences
  1. Modal verbs, brauchen + zu
  2. The past subjunctive (polite requests, wishes, past)
  3. N – Declination
  4. Indicators of time
  5. Adverbs of time
  6. Adjectives (comparative/superlative)
  7. The genitive
  8. Relative clauses

Speaking Section

Marks: 25

  1. To speak for 3 to 5 minutes on a social topic, news article
  2. Describe the personal and professional journey (Parcours)
  3. To give opinions on social issues, events
  4. Defend and prepare an argument on a given subject
  5. Emotions (Jealousy, Fatigue, Anger, Love, Stress…)
  6. Conclude an argument bravely
  7. Enjoy effortlessly dealing with complex situations likely to arise in daily life
  8. Interview conversations, Debates
  9. Use of formal salutations and vocabulary
  10. Understand the corporate and political world
  11. Deal with mature conversations
  12. To express a point of view
  13. Capable to describe any word, place, event, person, or situation without making any grammatical errors.
  14. Spontaneous role plays

Listening Section

Marks: 25

Suggested Books:

  1. Studio B1
  2. Hueber
  3. Prufungtraining_goethe_Zertifikat

Writing Section

Marks: 25

  1. Writing personal letters to friends asking for or giving them news and narrating events.
  2. Conveying facts and numbers to friends or colleagues.
  3. Write simple connected texts on topics within my field of interest and express my opinion.
  4. Describing the plot of a film or a book in a personal letter.

Reading Section

Marks: 25

  1. Interview conversations, Debates
  2. Understand the corporate and political world
  3. General awareness about German psychology and Civilisation
  4. Social issues and problems in Germany
  5. Social awareness and challenges

B2 - German

Users can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialization. Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party. Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages

Grammar Section

Marks: 25

  1. Indicators of space: prepositions of two cases
  2. Causal and effect indicators: weil, denn, deshalb, so…dass etc
  3. Sentence connectives: Subordinate clauses
  4. Adjectives with prepositional case
  5. Two-part sentence connectives
  6. Sentence connectives: main sentences
  7. Subjunctive II
  8. Prepositions with the genitive

Speaking Section

Marks: 25

  1. To understand what is the tone, mood, sense, expression, emotions, intention, context, ideology, point of view, and purpose of the speaker.
  2. Knowledge of Civilization and laws of Germany
  3. Good awareness of topics related to social problems, Social reforms, in Germany and German Speaking countries.
  4. Sound knowledge of German life, Cultural values, Rituals, Social Evils, and Social conflicts.
  5. How to win over technical terminology
  6. Develop competency to debate (20 minutes) on news articles, bulletins, radio interviews, blogs, current affairs, and other long documents by defending your own point of view bravely.
  7. Ability to use language without committing any grammatical errors using synonyms and antonyms.
  8. Find out the real problems or challenges in the document and prepare arguments for a strategy to debate with the jury.
  9. Ability to speak on hypothetical, Socio-Economical, Political, Technological, Spiritual, Vocational, Educational, Environmental, Socio-Legal, Psychological, Motivational, and Cultural topics.
  10. Can maintain Spontaneous, Fluent, Effortless, Comprehensive, Clear, Brave, Polite, Initiative, and Argumentative Conversations.
  11. Can understand TV shows, Radio, Interviews telecasts, Debates
  12. Conversations of native speakers (Formal and Informal), Speeches, Journal, and Audio Transcripts with their actual contexts

Listening Section

Marks: 25

Conversations of native speakers (Formal and Informal), Speeches, journals, and Audio Transcripts with their actual context.

Suggested Books:

  1. Studio B2
  2. Heuber
  3. Prufungtraining_goethe_Zertifikat

Writing Section

Marks: 25

  1. Peut écrire des textes clairs et détaillés sur une grande gamme de sujets relatifs à mes intérêts.
  2. Peut écrire un essai ou un rapport en transmettant une information ou en exposant des raisons pour ou contre une opinion donnée.
  3. Peut écrire des lettres qui mettent en valeur le sens que j’attribue personnellement aux événements et aux expériences

Reading Section

Marks: 25

  1. News from all over the world
  2. Interpersonal relations
  3. Living and renting
  4. Travel, trouble on vacations
  5. Cultural differences in professional life
  6. Daily work: e-mails & telephone calls
  7. History and politics
  8. Crime Stories

C1 & C2

Students can now understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts and recognize implicit meaning. Expresses fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic, and professional purposes. Produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors, and cohesive devices. Understand with ease virtually everything heard or read.

Summarize information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. Can express him/herself spontaneously, very fluently, and precisely in complex situations.

Grammar Section

Marks: 25

  1. Adjectives with prepositional case
  2. Two-part sentence connectives
  3. Sentence connectives: main sentences
  4. Expressing assumptions
  5. Extended modifiers (Partizipialattribute)
  6. Declination of adjectives
  7. Fixed connectives
  8. Adverbial clauses
  9. Passive replacement forms

Speaking Section

Marks: 25

  1. Active participation in  organized debates
  2. Public communication with professionals on political issues  council, local or national assemblies, political-party or union meetings)
  3. Radio broadcasts, recorded messages
  4. Participation in court hearings and formal hearings
  5. Public speeches to familiar or friendly listeners  expressing sympathy, condolences, happiness, prayers

Listening Section

Marks: 25

Long, complex, argumentative speeches (proselytizing and political discourse) including thesis, legal actions, and declarations

Writing Section

Marks: 25

  1. Write the summary of newspaper articles, speeches, Essays about controversial topics include:
    • Stadtplanung
    • Ökologie
    • Weltraumforschung
    • Medizinische Forschung
    • Wissenschaftlicher Fortschritt
    • Wissenschaftliche Ausbildung
    • Die Gefahren der Wissenschaft

Reading Section

Marks: 25

  1. Daily press or newspapers – international, national, regional
  2. Local news: politics, society, economics, arts, entertainment, science, sport.
  3. Brief news, editorials, notices, points of view, reports, conversations, interviews, stock ratings, horoscopes,
    publicity, sponsored articles
  4. Dictionaries, encyclopedias, language dictionaries, manuals, textbooks, monographs, summaries, travel-guides, aide-memoirs, précis, and tracts.