SHIELD LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
Learn it with a personal trainer at your convenient time.
Get trained for complete German Courses online via Skype.
You can do the complete course from Barisal, Chittagong, Khlna, Mymensingh, Rajshani, Rangpur or staying in Sylhet.
We offer the following German Courses:
• Goethe-Zertifikat A1: Fit in Deutsch 1
• Goethe-Zertifikat A1: Start Deutsch 1
• Goethe-Zertifikat A2: Fit in Deutsch
• Goethe-Zertifikat A2
• Goethe-Zertifikat B1
---Goethe-Zertifikat A1: Start Deutsch 1 (Is for those students who wishes to do their post graduation / Masters in a German University) & (For applying to get spouse visa).
---Goethe-Zertifikat A2 & Goethe-Zertifikat B1 (Is required for under-graduation courses in Germany)
---For general language learning anyone may start with----
Goethe-Zertifikat A1: Fit in Deutsch 1 or Goethe-Zertifikat A1: Start Deutsch 1
Course Duration: 3 Months
(Sessions: Jan-Mar / April-Jul / Jul-Sep / Oct-Dec)
Classes per week - 2
Morning / Evening Classes
Weekdays / Weekends Batches.
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Topics & Vocabulary Covered:
• Introductions – inc. greetings, saying how you are, where you come from, where you live, what you do, telephone number, marital status, children, etc.
• Alphabet and numbers
• Family and friends
• Prices and shopping
• Asking about things and describing things – likes and dislikes
• Telephoning, emails and texting.
• Confirming and cancelling an appointment
• Times of the day
• Talking about abilities (Du kannst ja super tanzen!)
• Asking for permission (Kann ich mal telefonieren?)
• Making arrangements
• Hobbies and leisure time activities – likes and dislikes (usage of gern/e)
Grammar I :
• Basic questions statements and negatives– including questions with question words and yes/no questions
• Verb endings (conjugation) of regular and some irregular verbs in the present tense
• You – formal and informal
• Basic word order – statements, questions
• Gender and indefinite/ definite articles / possessive articles / negation
• Pronouns (Nominative)
• Numbers/ Alphabet
• Singular and plural
• Separable verbs
• Sentence structure with separable verbs or modal verbs
• Modal verb können
• Accusative case
• Core prepositions
• Modal verbs woollen, sollen, dürfen, müssen
• Imperative (Sie)
• The Past Tense (Präteritum) : war, hatte
• Usage of Perfekt and Präteritum in spoken and written German
• Conjunctions (denn)
• Konjunktiv II (würde)
• Comparisons and Similarities
• Perfekt tense
• Adverbs of time
• Modal verb mögen
• Akkusativ and Genetiv pronouns
• The dative case
• Prepositions of place, time and modal
• You – formal and informal
• Usage of titles (Herr and Frau)
• Life in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Our Office is situated in Dhaka.