Monday, 17th June 2019

German Language Courses at CEFR Levels A1 and A2

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Grundstufe I – Beginners’ Course leading to CEFR Level A1:
Course leads to the internationally recognised Goethe Institut START 1 Certificate
30 lessons of 180 minutes each
Lessons on Mondays & Thursdays at 5.30p.m.
First Lesson on Monday, 28th January 2019
Course fee including membership: €350,00

This course is intended for those who wish to start learning German right from the beginning. No previous knowledge of the language is required. Conversation and simple communication situations form part of this course.

After completing this course, you should have achieved Breakthrough Level (A1) of the Common European Framework of Reference, namely, you can understand and use familiar, day-to-day expressions and simple sentences, and can introduce yourself and others. You can ask other people personal questions and respond to such questions themselves. You can conduct a basic conversation provided the other speakers speak slowly and clearly and are willing to help.

Grundstufe II – Second Year Course:
Course leads to the internationally recognised Goethe Zertifikat A2
Lessons of 180 minutes each on Mondays at 5.30p.m.
First lesson on Monday, 8th October
Course fee: €300,00

This course is intended primarily for those persons who have completed our First Year Course or are not complete beginners. After completing this course you can understand sentences and frequently used expressions which relate to the immediate situation (for example information about yourself, about work, etc). You can communicate in familiar, simple situations about familiar topics. You can describe your own background and education using simple constructions and can talk about the immediate surroundings and immediate needs.

Contact Us

Messina Palace, 141 Triq San Kristofru,
Valletta VLT1465, Malta
(+356) 2124 6967


Permanent and temporary residents in Malta of German or Maltese nationality, not below the age of 18 years of age are eligible for membership to the German-Maltese Circle. Bona fide students between the ages of 14 and 18 are accepted as Junior Members.

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