„A vocab trainer with 10500 example sentences.”
On the pages of Basic German Vocabulary you can learn and practise the vocabulary of Zertifikat Deutsch and Deutsch-Test für Zuwanderer (the prerequisite for permanent residency or German citizenship).
The practical vocabulary of the trainer can be a good starting point if you are going to study, to work or to live in a German speaking country.
With the help of the trainer you can learn the basic German words quickly. You can use the trainer in a course-like manner by itself or it can serve as a supplement for any A1-A2-B1 level German language course.
The trainer contains 2835 words with 10500 example sentences and covers levels A1, A2, and B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference.
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In the case of lessons the German vocabulary is ordered according to the vocabulary list of a real A1-A2-B1 level language course and you can learn the basic vocabulary in a course-like manner. The vocabulary list mostly presents the common meanings of words.
In the case of topics the vocabulary is ordered according to the requirements of language exams Start Deutsch, Zertifikat Deutsch and Deutsch-Test für Zuwanderer and the trainer is meant to serve as a supplement for any A1-A2-B1 level German language course.
The exercises consist of two parts. In the first part you can learn words. In the second part you can exercise the words in context (example sentences).
With the help of the Basic German Vocabulary trainer you can exercise the conjugation of German irregular verbs. In the different lists you can click on an irregular verb to get conjugation information and example sentences.
You can double-click on any word in a page to insert it in the search field.
On our Facebook page you can get in touch with other visitors. You can write a couple of rows about yourself (about your language skills, learning materials you use etc.) and you can share information about life and work in German speaking countries.
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German Language Exam Topics (A1-B1)
Person, Familie, Kontakte, Körper, Krankheit, Unfall, Verben, Sprache, Schrift, Zeit, Menge, Maß, Wohnung, Einrichtung, Haushalt, Umwelt, Natur, Klima, Wetter, Verkehr, Reise, Essen, Trinken, Geschäfte, Einkauf, Kleidung, Dienstleistungen, Post, Bank, Presse, Radio, Fernsehen, Telefon, Computer, Ausbildung, Arbeit, Beruf, Wirtschaft, Industrie, Freizeit, Sport, Unterhaltung, Kultur, Polizei, Recht, Gesetz, Amt, Behörde, Gesellschaft, Gefühle, Stimmungen, Meinungen, Aufforderungen, Konflikten, Präpositionen, Lokaladverbien, W-Fragen, Konjunktionen, Pronomen, Adverbien
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