Levels of German @ GLS Campus Berlin
We teach German on all levels ranging from beginners to advanced (levels as defined by the Common European Reference Framework: A = elementary, B = intermediate, C = advanced). German courses at the GLS German Language school in Berlin run on all levels all year round: so no matter what level you are on right now, you can start any Monday you like. A placement test - consisting of a written and an oral part on your first Monday - will make sure that you will be learning with others of a similar level.
- How good is your German right now? Test your German online!
How long does it take to learn German?*
you can take @ GLS (see below**)
|A1||You understand and can answer simple questions||ca. 160||8 weeks||5 weeks|
|A2||You are able to participate in everyday conversations||ca. 160||8 weeks||5 weeks||telc A2**|
|B1||You can read and write simple texts without errors.||ca. 160||8 weeks||5 weeks||telc B1**|
|B2||You are able to participate in demanding discussions||ca. 160||8 weeks||5 weeks||telc B2**|
|C1||You can produce essays and read newspapers and literature.||ca. 160||8 weeks||5 weeks||telc C1**|
|C2||You can speak German fluently and understand even idiomatic expressions.||ca. 160||8 weeks||5 weeks||telc C2|
* The data in the table are approximate data. How long it will take you to reach a certain level will also depend on individual factors like previous learning experience.
An example: If you finished level A2 and want to do TestDaF, which is closing off level C1, you will need ca. 6 months, taking the standard course, or - if you want to invest less time - ca. 4 months taking the intensive course.