Next course dates
German courses on the level B1 take place all year round.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
- 09:00 – 12:00
- 12:15 – 15:15
- 15:20 – 18:20
We offer one time a level each month. If you want to receive more information on exact times this month please contact email@example.com. We are looking forward to your mail.
What can you expect in the B1 German course?
Here is your course content.
- knowledge from German Course A2
The B1 German course consolidates what you have learned in the A2 German course and based on this, new grammar is learned. You will learn to talk about familiar things (work, school, leisure) and to understand clear standard language. After completion of the language course you can:
- handle most situations you will encounter when travelling in the language area,
- express yourself simply and coherently on familiar topics and personal areas of interest,
- report about experiences and events,
- describe dreams, hopes and goals and
- give short explanations or justifications for plans and opinions;
The DIALOG language course is divided into two language levels (B1.1 and B1.2) and is conducted as usual with a maximum of 9 participants.
Course material: Menschen B1 Part 1 (B1.1) | Menschen B1 Part 2 (B1.2)
Language levels according to CEFR: German B1 | Levels: B1.1 and B1.2
Exam preparation upon request: ÖSD Certificate German Austria B1 | telc B1 | ÖIF B1
B1.1 – 1 month | B1.2 – 1 month
Complete a level in just one month!
With the Newcomer Package
for only € 608,00 you can start now!
For new clients: 1x German course B1.1 & 1x B1.2 (2 months) | 1 x DIALOG workshop (1-2 hours)
German Language Course B1.1
Everything you need to know!
In the first part of the B1 German course you work on your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills on familiar topics from work, school or leisure. All topics are based on your previous knowledge of German from level A2. Our language trainers will teach you new vocabulary and deepen your German grammar.
Your German language skills after the B1.1 German course:
Talking about familiar things
At the beginning of the B1.1 German course you will learn to talk about various topics that are familiar to you and that can help you to cope with most situations when travelling. You will be able to talk about experiences and events, describe hopes and goals and give short explanations.
At the end of B1.1 you will be able to read and understand texts in common everyday or professional language. Writing simple, coherent texts on topics that interest you personally will no longer be a problem for you.
We use these topics to expand your vocabulary:
evaluating the past
- customer service
- media and technology
making assumptions about the future
issuing and answering semi-official invitations
- animals and advice
conducting customer service conversations
- career choices
describing strengths and weaknesses, statements
- health, sport and nutrition
making a presentation
- missed opportunities
expressing and reacting to disappointment
- moments of happiness
commenting on something emotionally
- everyday life
- events in a company
writing invitations, acceptances and commitments
- holidays at work
writing letters and emails
Your grammar topics at level B1.1
Of course there is not only vocabulary in the German language. That’s why in this part of the course we also deal with new grammar topics and deepen those you’ve already learned.
|Grammar topics at language level B1.1|
|adjectives as noun conjunctions||conjunctions because, during and before|
|n-declination||adjective declination with comparative and superlative|
|preterite subjunctive II in the past||relative clauses|
|Plusquamperfect||conjunctions obwohl and trotzdem|
|conjunction nachdem||future I|
|adjective declination||conjunction falls|
|conjunction trotz||infintive with “zu”|
|Infinitivsätze mit zu||genitive|
In order to really consolidate your German grammar, we try to explain all topics in a comprehensible way and show you how to use them in practice. From experience we also know that often the correct oral application of grammar is difficult. To improve this, we use oral exercises and activities from the beginning.
German Language Course B1.2
Everything you need to know!
Auch im zweiten Teil stehen deine Hör-, Lese- und Schreibfähigkeiten auf Deutsch im Fokus. Nach Abschluss wirst du sicher über deinen Deutschkurs in
The second part of the course also focuses on your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in German. After completion you will certainly be able to report on your German course in Vienna. In conversations you will be able to talk about your private life, your job, but also about travelling and already about politics.
Your German skills after the German Course B1.2:
These exciting topics await for you…
- words with multiple meanings
demanding and ensuring understanding
- further education
recommending something, understanding course offerings
- job applications
job advertisements, letter of application and interview
- youth and memories
expressing importance, reacting to stories
retelling a life story
- politics and society
- tourism and landscapes
giving a presentation and understanding presentations
- in the mountains
understanding advertising texts and radio interviews
- history and politics
understanding historical events and expressing wishes
- environment and climate
expressing consent or indifference, asking questions
- visions of the future
Grammar on the level B1.2
We continue to support you in learning grammar and talk about new topics. With additional exercises, practical examples and easy-to-understand explanations we will bring your previous grammar knowledge up to the B1 level.
|Grammar topics at level B1.2|
|causal adverbs darum, deswegen, nämlich etc.||conjunctions indem und sodass|
|preposition wegen||locale and temporale prepositions|
|participle I & II as adjectives||passive present tense with modal verbs|
|two-part connectors||passive perfect and preterite|
|nicht/nur brauchen + infinitive with zu||conjuncitons anstatt and ohne|
|expressions with es||conjunctions damit, um…zu and als ob|