Although the B1 and B2 levels of the German Language course both fall under intermediate levels of German Language, you will learn more at the B2 level. If you have aced the B1 Language level course, you should understand general German conversations fluently. This simply means that you need prior knowledge and should have taken some form of course before. The courses before this can be intensive German courses or regular ones.
At the end of the B2 Level German course, you will be able to understand and use German in everyday life. While you may face difficulties if the speaker is fast and uses complex words, idioms, or metaphors, it is suitable for public use.
Here, you will be using the previous level as a base and build up from there. Here you will learn things like:
How to use the Right words
Correct Expressions to use under different circumstances
Advanced Grammatical syntaxes
Advanced German Words and Terms
By the end of this language course, you should be able to talk and respond fluently in casual German conversation without missing much information. Unless the speaker is fast or using complex idioms, your fluency in communication will not be affected.
As we mentioned, the B2 level is an intermediate level of the German language course. Here you will learn about a wide range of academic writings, work with texts to express your views and opinions on various topics, information about cultures and cities, media, work with thought processes, etc.
Besides this, you will also be taught how to use formal Language for letters, conversations, texts, and sharing experiences. Since learning all of these in a single sitting can be overwhelming, we conduct a B2 Level German Language class over two sets of courses. These are:
Since this is the first half of the Upper-Intermediate course for the German Language, your primary focus will be to understand the complex texts and further your knowledge of this Language. Taking this into context, by the end of this course, you should be able to:
Understand the core concepts of complex topics
Have fluent interactions with native speakers without difficulty for both parties
Provide critical analysis and your viewpoints on general and comprehensive subjects in a written form.
To produce such results, the B2.1 course comprises the following education syllabus:
Midfield in the main clause
Prefixes and suffixes for nouns
Passive state Von or Durch in stagnant rates
Participles I and II as adjectives
References words from Text
Suffixes in adjective
-wise with adverbs
Futur II: Assumptions
Konjunktiv II: Unreal conditions
Desires and Comparisons
Adjectives with prepositions
This part of B2 course mostly deals with relationships and casual texts to let you get comfortable with the general use of this language while preparing for the profoundness.
Since B2.2 is the final step before you enter the proficiency level of the German Language, this part of the course will primarily focus on fluency and familiarity with your Language. Although you might still have some problems while conversing on a niche and profound topics, by the end of the B2.2 course on the German Language at Edu Zeit, you should be able to:
Understand the general concept of deep topics
Have fluent conversations with Native Germans on a wide range of topics
Express your understanding and viewpoints on different fields, including profound ones, in a clear and concise written form
To get these results, you will need to get in touch with the intricate details of the German Language. We prepare you for this giant step by providing you with a course that comprises of the following syllabus:
Nouns with prepositions,
Generalizing Relative Clauses
Nominalization of Verbs
Conditional, modal, consecutive, and concessive relationships
The subjective meaning of the Modal Verb "Sollen."
Fixed connection of nouns with Verbs
Negation by prefix and suffix in adjectives
Alternatives to passive
Less Passive Clauses
Participles as Nouns
Joint Element -s- for nouns
Although B2 is not the end of the German Language course, your fluency will be good enough to communicate with most of the Native Germans without much of an issue. Your German will not be as good as a native speaker, but close enough for fluent communication.
Some additional Information:
B2 Level German Course
Total Number of Courses
Two B2 level courses of set
B2.1 and B2.2
6 - 7 Weeks
Eligibility Criteria to enroll in B2 Level German Course
B2 Level German Course is the gateway to being profound in the German Language. The only level above this is C level language course which is extremely hard to learn and is usually meant for those who want to conduct deep research into German history and aim to conduct research in German. Additionally, the C level of the German Language can be self-studied as well.
However, before you go there, you must complete the B2 levels of the German language course. By the end of this course, students studying in EduZeit will be able to talk about complicated subjects in the German Language. Although the Language will not be as fluent as those who have completed the C language course, it will still be better than many of your peers.