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*Tapes/CDs:

We offer all our clients unique language tapes/CDs, tailored to their language course.These are 30 minute tapes/CDs. We use them as a listening exercise in the studied language. As they are uniquely tailored to the individual learning process, clients find them rather helpful.
Also, as they provide exercises within a listening context, they can be used conveniently in the car
or on the train, fitting in perfectly with all of our busy lifestyles.

 

A possible structural content of a German language course (beginner level)
could look like this:


Grammatical Explanations

Present Tense
Numbers, Dates and Time
Accusative (Direct Object)
Basic Questions
Negating a sentence
Dative (Indirect Object)
Conjugation of basic verbs
Use of all pronouns
Possible Applications of the target language

1. Introducing yourself and maintaining a simple conversation
2. Asking basic questions
3. Restaurant situations (ordering drinks, understanding menu)
4. Making a hotel reservation
5. Cultural issues where appropriate

 

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