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Developing Your Basic SkillsIf you already possess good skills, e.g. several years of school lessons in the desired language, then this course will reactivate and expand your basic vocabulary and practice grammatical structures.
Using typical situations from everyday life, working life or travel, our native-speaker instructors will motivate you to speak as much as possible, with the aim of holding simple conversations independently, requesting information and gaining renewed confidence in communicating.
Continued support from your Berlitz TrainerEvery Berlitz trainer determines what course content is most suitable for any given group and facilitates the learning process by engaging you on a level beyond simple language acquisition. By choosing topics that interest you, you stay motivated and absorb the language easily, also acquiring an understanding of different cultures. Thanks to your trainer’s continuous feedback and the support of the whole Berlitz staff, you will achieve your desired language goals quickly and efficiently.
Tue. - Fri., 09.00-12.00 h
Berlitz Language Level 1 | CEF A1You can communicate with elementary questions and answers in simple situations, e.g., when it comes to personal information. You correctly work through other typical situations using your foreign language knowledge, such as introducing yourself, dealing with facts and figures, ordering a meal, or asking questions. In a conversation, you can participate in a simple way if your conversational partner speaks slowly and helps with repetitions.
Berlitz Language Level 2 | CEF A2.1Your basic skills in simple social and business contexts are sufficient to understand easily formulated information and to repeat it again correctly. With your grammatical knowledge, you can hold simple conversations in at least one of the present, past or future tenses. You are able to describe people and typical activities at home and at work. You express likes and dislikes in simply structured sentences. You can obtain and understand information for everyday tasks, for example, when booking a trip, when shopping or dealing with general problems on the phone.