Course Overview

German is currently the most widely spoken language in Europe and German is also an official language in Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein as well as in Italy’s South Tyrol. In addition, German is a minority language in Denmark, France, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia.

Goethe, Kafka, Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud, Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and Mahler are just a few individuals that have contributed to the immense German, Austrian and German-Swiss cultural legacy. Whether you’re interested in the economy, cars, art, literature, philosophy or music, or simply want to connect with locals whilst on holiday, our beginners’ German course is the one for you.

We offer three levels for German learners: Beginners, Elementary and Intermediate, each of which will cover grammar, speaking, listening, reading and writing skills at the appropriate level.

If you can only attend a certain day, contact us and we will see what other options we can give you.

10 hours of lessons

Interactive smartboards

Qualified, native teachers

Textbook: Schritte Plus Neu – A1.1

Topics & Vocabulary

  • Nationality
  • Greetings and farewells
  • Personal details and occupation
  • Towns and cities
  • Work and study
  • Family and leisure time
  • Likes and dislikes
  • Shopping, eating and food
  • Time and appointments
  • Daily routine


  • Alphabet
  • Numbers
  • Personal pronouns
  • Verb endings in the present tense
  • Verbs with vowel change
  • Possessive adjectives
  • Plural of nouns
  • The accusative case
  • The imperative
  • Separable verbs
  • Modal verbs: können, müssen
  • Word order

* Please note there may be slight content variations at the discretion of the teacher. We may, for example, include additional content when general progress is good, or vary content according to students’ interests.

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Course Dates

The course will commence on the 26th September or when a minimum of 5 students have joined the course