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

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


Course Duration – 10 to 12 months

A1 Level

  1. Introduction to German language
  2. German Alphabets & Characters
  3. Greetings, Salutations and Directions
  4. Counting, Currency and Calculation
  5. Time, Week, Months and Years
  6. Formal/Informal Speech
  7. Countries, Cities and Nationalities
  8. Noun & Pronoun
  9. Subject & Objects
  10. Articles – Definite Article/Indefinite Article
  11. Verbs & Adjectives
  12. Present Perfect Tense in Infinitive Verbs
  13. Simple Past Forms of Infinitive Verbs
  14. Prepositions and Conjugations
  15. Speaking and Conversations
  16. How to write Letters and E-Mails (Formal and Informal)

A2 Level

  1. Revision of A1 level
  2. Antonyms and Synonyms
  3. Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives
  4. Modal Verb + Infinitive Verb and To Have/To Be + Past Perfect Verb (Sentence Structures)
  5. Connectors and Sentence Structuring – Because, That, Then, When, As, And, But, At First, After That
  6. Direct and Indirect Speech
  7. Nouns with various Themes and Words
  8. Prepositions
  9. Basic, Comparative and Superior Form of Adjectives
  10. Indefinite Pronoun – All, no one a few, many, by us
  11. Nominative , Akkusative and Dative Form
  12. How to write for Invitation Card and Birthday Card
  13. Composition of Easy sentences
  14. Spoken Communication – like in Restaurant, Institute, etc
  15. How to write a letter (Formal and Informal)
  16. Writing small Stories and Paragraphs
  17. Vocabulary

B1 Level

  1. Connectors – während, obwohl, trotzdem, seit, Infinitiv mit zu, darum, deshalb, deswegen, trotz, Gleichzeitigkeit, Grund, ungeachtet von etwas, an statt and statt
  2. Konjunktiv 2: to express suggestions, polite requests and unreal wishes
  3. Konjunctiv 2 of Modal Verben, ‘to have’, ‘to be’ and ‘will’
  4. Double Conjugations :-
  • je…desto
  • nicht…sondern
  • nicht nur ……sondern auch.. / weder…noch…
  • …oder…
  • Word Formation – with ung, heit, keit, zum-chen, un-, -voll and –los, ig and –lich
  1. Possessive article in Genetiv
  2. Overview of Possessive article
  3. Relative Pronouns
  • Relative Pronouns in Genetiv
  • Overview of Relative Pronouns
  1. Overview of Adjective Endings:-
  • Declination of Adjectives :Definite Article , Indefinite Article, without Article
  1. Adverbs: a little bit, pretty, very, especially
  2. Indefinite Pronouns-Indefinite Quantity (Persons and Things)
  3. Simple Past Tense of regular and irregular Verbs
  4. Past Perfect Tense
  5. Future Tense
  6. Alternative to the Passiv : impersonal Pronoun ‘man’
  7. Special verbs :-
  • to let + Infinive Verb
  • to need+ to + infinitive verb (Negation)

B2.1 Level  


  1. Expressing Present, Past, Future
  2. Modal Verbs, Separable and inseparable Verbs, Verbs and Supplements (Structures with Verbs), Verbs with Prepositions (Akkusative, Dative and both), Reflexive Verbs
  3. Konjunktiv 2
  4. Active and Passive
  5. Infinitive with and without


  1. Declination of Nouns – Articles of Nouns
  2. Declination of nominalized Adjectives and Participles – Declination of Adjectives as Nouns
  3. Plural building of Nouns
  1. Prepositions with ‘da’ and ‘W Family Questions’
  2. Prepositions with Akkusativ, Dativ and Genetiv
  3. Wechsel (Exchange) Prepositions
  4. Prepositions with ‘wo’, ‘wohin’ and ‘woher’
  1. Declination of Adjectives – Definite Article, Indefinite Article, Without article, Possessive Article, Negative Article
  2. Basic form, Comparative and Superior forms of Adjectives
Sentences (Connectors) :-
  1. Connectors with Reason, against reason and Sequence
  2. Relative sentences with Nominative, Akkusativ, Dativ, Genetiv and W-Frage-wörter
  3. Sentence formation with um…zu and damit, only damit, to + nominalized Infinitiv
  4. Time related sentences, Question-Answers and : Time changes by ‘nachdem’

B2.2 Level

  1. Indirect Speech :-
  • Konjunktiv 2 of the Past
  • Use of Konjunktiv 1
  • Konjunktiv 1 : Infinitive Verb Stem + Ending
  • Konjunktiv 1 of the Past
  1. Modal
    verb like

    Verbs :-

1. to be + to + Infinitive Verb

2. to have + to + Infinitive Verb

3. to need + to + Infinitive Verb

4. do not need + to + Infinitive Verb

  1. 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’
  1. 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
  1. Groundform, Comparative and Superior of Adjectives
  2. Participles as Adjectives :-
  • Past Participle as Adjective and Relative sentence
  • Building- Past Participle as Adjective
  1. Relative Pronouns
  2. Relative sentences in Nominative, Akkusativ – and Dativ, Genetiv and with W-Frage-wörter
  3. 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
  1. Prepositions with ‘da’ (dafür, darüber,…) and Prepositions with W-Question-words (wofür, worüber,…)
  2. Proposition
  • Prepositions with Akkusativ
  • Prepositions with Dativ
  • Prepositions with Akkusativ oder Dativ
  • Prepostions with Genetiv


  1. Modal Particles


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

Word Position in the Sentence:

  1. Dativ and Akkusativ Completion in the Sentences
  2. Order of Information and Supplements in the midfield
  3. Types of ‘Next to’ sentences and its Usage (Nebensatztypen und seine Verwendung)
  4. Direct and Indirect Questions and Answers
  5. Types of Double Connectors and its Usage
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