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German course for Nurses, A1 Course, A2 Course, B1 Course, B2 Course


Course Duration – 10 to 12 months

A1 Level

Introduction to the German language

German Alphabets & Characters

Greetings, Salutations, and Directions

Counting, Currency, and Calculation

Time, Week, Months and Years

Formal/Informal Speech

Countries, Cities, and Nationalities

Noun & Pronoun

Subject & Objects

Articles – Definite Article/Indefinite Article

Verbs & Adjectives

Present Perfect Tense in Infinitive Verbs

Simple Past Forms of Infinitive VerbsPrepositions and Conjugations

Speaking and Conversations

How to write Letters and E-Mails (Formal and Informal)

A2 Level

Revision of A1 level

Antonyms and Synonyms

Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives

Modal Verb + Infinitive Verb and To Have/To Be + Past Perfect Verb (Sentence Structures)

Connectors and Sentence Structuring – Because, That, Then, When, As, And, But, At First, After That

Direct and Indirect Speech

Nouns with various Themes and Words


Basic, Comparative and Superior Form of Adjectives

Indefinite Pronoun – All, no one a few, many, by us

Nominative, Akkusative and Dative Form

How to write for the Invitation Card and Birthday Card

The composition of Easy sentences

Spoken Communication – like in Restaurant, Institute, etc

How to write a letter (Formal and Informal)

Writing small Stories and Paragraphs


B1 Level

Connectors – während,

obwohl, trotzdem, seit, Infinitiv mit zu, darum ,deshalb,deswegen ,trotz ,  Gleichzeitigkeit, Grund,

ungeachtet,,von,etwas,, an,statt and statt

Konjunktiv 2: to express suggestions, polite requests and unreal wishes

Konjunctiv 2 of Modal

Verben, ‘to have’, ‘to be’ and ‘will’

Double Conjugations:- 




nicht nur ……

sondern auch


Word Formation – with ung ,heit,keit,zum-chen, un-, -voll and –los, ig and –lich

Possessive article in Genetiv

Overview of Possessive article

Relative Pronouns

Relative Pronouns in Genetiv

Overview of Relative Pronouns

Overview of Adjective Endings:-

Declination of Adjectives :Definite Article , Indefinite Article, without Article

Adverbs: a little bit, pretty, very, especially

Indefinite Pronouns-Indefinite Quantity (Persons and Things)

Simple Past Tense of regular and

irregular, Verbs

Past Perfect Tense

Future Tense

Alternative to the

Passiv: impersonal Pronoun ‘man’

Special verbs:-

to let +



to need+ to + infinitive verb (Negation)

B2.1 Level  


Expressing Present, Past, Future

Modal Verbs, Separable and inseparable Verbs, Verbs and Supplements (Structures with Verbs), Verbs with Prepositions (Akkusative, Dative and both), Reflexive Verbs

Konjunktiv 2

Active and Passive

Infinitive with and without


Declination of Nouns – Articles of Nouns

Declination of nominalized Adjectives and Participles – Declination of Adjectives as Nouns

A plural building of Nouns


Prepositions with ‘da’ and ‘W Family Questions’

Prepositions with Akkusativ, Dativ and


Wechsel (Exchange) Prepositions

Prepositions with ‘

wo, wohin ,and ‘ woher


Declination of Adjectives – Definite Article, Indefinite Article, Without the article, Possessive Article, Negative Article

Basic form, Comparative and Superior forms of Adjectives

Sentences (Connectors) :-

Connectors with Reason, against reason and Sequence

Relative sentences with Nominative, Akkusativ, Dativ,


and W-Frage-wörter

Sentence formation with um…zu and damit, only damit, to + nominalized Infinitiv

Time-related sentences, Question-Answers and: Time changes by ‘nachdem

B2.2 Level


Indirect Speech:-

Konjunktiv 2 of the Past

Use of Konjunktiv 1

Konjunktiv 1 : Infinitive Verb Stem + Ending

Konjunktiv 1 of the Past


verb like

Verbs :-

to be + to + Infinitive Verb

to have + to + Infinitive Verb

 to need + to + Infinitive Verb

do not need + to + Infinitive Verb

lassen + infinitive verb

Passive Sentences – Active and Passive Sentences and its usage, Passive sentences with Modal Verben, Passive Sentences with indefinite pronoun ‘man’

Passive substitutes with Modal Meanings

sein + Adjectives with Ending –bar/ -lich

sein + to + Infinitive

Sich,lassen + infinitive verb

Tenses (Time formation)

Passive with ‘sein’

Passive with ‘ werden’

Noun-Verb Connection


Declination of Adjectives

Definite Article + Adjective + Noun

Indefinite Article + Adjective + Noun

No Article + Adjective + Noun

Possessive Article + Adjective + Noun

Negative Article + Adjective + Noun


Comparative and Superior of Adjectives

Participles as Adjectives:-

Past Participle as Adjective and Relative sentence

Building- Past Participle as Adjective


Relative Pronouns

Relative sentences in Nominative, Akkusativ – and Dativ, Genetiv and with W-Frage wörter

Indefinite Pronouns:-

Indefinite Pronouns ending

Indefinite Pronouns (with Person, Place, Time and Thing) and its Negatives

The Word ‘es’:-

‘es’ stands in Weather Verbs, in greeting Questions and Answers and links (Connections) with ‘es’ in Questions and Answers

‘es’ can be replaced by a Subject

‘es’ as Placeholder in Position 1

‘es’ as Akkusativ Completion


Prepositions with ‘da’ (dafür, darüber,…) and Prepositions with W-Question-words (wofür, worüber,…)


Prepositions with Akkusativ

Prepositions with Dativ

Prepositions with Akkusativ order

Dativ, Prepositions with Genetiv


Modal Particles


Negative Words, Negation with word building, Position of ‘nicht’

Word Position in the Sentence:

Dativ and Akkusativ Completion in the Sentences

Order of Information and Supplements in the midfield

Types of ‘Next to’ sentences and its Usage (Nebensatztypen und seine Verwendung)

Direct and Indirect Questions and Answers

Types of Double Connectors and its Usage

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