In this course you will learn …

… to talk about food and drinks in a restaurant and to express satisfaction and dissatisfaction. You will learn how to defend your actions and opinions. You can provide precise information about places and you will listen to a radio interview about waste reduction and discuss with others about it.

To do these things, you will study …

Grammar

  • Conjunction “weil“: Ich kann nicht kommen, weil ich keine Zeit habe.
  • Separable and non-separable verbs in the present perfect: Er hat schon viele Leute kennengelernt.

  • The genitive case of proper names, and the preposition “von“: Leas Mutter / die Mutter von Lea

  • Verbs and prepositions that can be followed by the dative or the accusative: auf dem Tisch stehen / auf den Tisch stellen

  • Adverbs of direction: hierhin, dahin, dorthin, rein, raus, runter

Vocabulary

  • Family members: Onkel, Tante, Schwiegervater, …
  • Tableware and kitchen utensils: Messer, Gabel, Löffel, Pfanne, …
  • Food items in restaurants: Schnitzel, ein Stück Kuchen, Rinderbraten, …

… and much more.

Requirements

You have successfully completed level A1 and can talk to people in German about everyday topics. You can ask and answer questions.

To participate in the course, you need a computer, tablet or just a smartphone, a stable internet connection and a microphone and camera if they are not built into the device you are using.

The Lingoplanet Method

Nothing beats live learning

Learning alone with an app can be so discouraging as there is nobody to answer your questions.

That’s why we offer live lessons using a video conference system. You study with qualified instructors using proven teaching materials. You work in groups of no more than ten students and split into smaller groups so you can complete tasks together. The course material is available as a digital textbook or print version.

Learn in small groups

Lingoplanet is based on active group work – it’s great fun and the lessons stick

You work with the other students during live classes. This is a great way to hone your language skills. It gives you a fresh look at the task in hand and encourages you to think creatively. And it’s great fun to chat in German with fellow students around the world.

Additional self-study units

Practice and repetition are key to learning a foreign language. And we’re here to help.

Every live lesson is accompanied by a self-study unit that includes thought-provoking tasks. You can revise what you learned at your last live lesson and prepare for the next one – whenever and wherever you want. Lingoplanet’s self-study units – all you need is a computer or smartphone and internet access. And you’re ready to go.

Learning just the way you like

For each course there are several intensity choices: You can have one class per week or two, and can even decide to go more intensive and book a one-on-one course, which is tailored to your needs and schedule.

 

Personal feedback

If you’re not sure you’ve done your assignment correctly, we don’t leave you on your own. 

In all our courses you can send assignments to your tutor, who will correct your work and give you guidance on ways to improve.

 

 

Lift your career

Learning alone with an app can be so discouraging as there is nobody to answer your questions.

That’s why we offer live lessons using a video conference system. You study with qualified instructors using proven teaching materials. You work in groups of no more than ten students and split into smaller groups so you can complete tasks together. The course material is available as a digital textbook or print version.

Our teachers

At Lingoplanet all teachers are qualified and experienced in teaching German as a foreign language. They have been trained for giving online classes and we provide them with practical instructions for their Lingoplanet courses. With classes never having more than 8 participants teachers are ready and able to address and support each student individually.

Take a look at the teachers team