German grammar course in Berlin

Can you already speak German and communicate quite well in everyday life, but have problems with grammar? Or would you simply like to revise and improve your grammar? Then our grammar course in Berlin is just right for you!

Start: Every month, all year round (all dates)
next course 22. May
8:30-11:30am | 11:45am-2:45pm (CEST)
3 hours/day, 4 weeks, 24 hours (32 teaching units)
Monday+Wednesday or Tuesday+Thursday
In-house: Berlin
Max. 12 participants

from B1.2. grammar course parts 1-4 (= one part per month, i.e. you need a total of 4 months to complete all four grammar parts)
in Berlin: Grammar course part 1+2 | online: Grammar course part 1-4

Total price 172,50 €

Contents: What do I learn in the German grammar course in Berlin?

Our grammar course covers all areas of German grammar in 4 months. The prerequisite is that you have mastered the basic concepts of grammar and can already speak well.

We normally use the course book "Sicher! Übungsgrammatik" as a course book. The courses focus on the following topics:

Grammar course part 1

1 Nouns
1.1 Genus
1.2 Plural
1.3 Case: nominative - accusative
1.4 Case: nominative - dative - accusative
1.5 Case: genitive
1.6 n-declension
1.7 Adjective/participle as a noun
1.8 Word formation
1.9 Fugue sign

2 Article words
2.1 Definite article
2.2 Indefinite article
2.3 Zero article
2.4 Possessive article

3 Adjective
3.1 Adjective declension after the definite article
3.2 Adjective declension after the indefinite article
3.3 Adjective declension without an article
3.4 Article - indefinite number words
3.5 Comparative and superlative
3.6 Comparisons
3.7 Graduation by adverbs
3.8 Number words
3.9 Participle as an adjective
3.10 Word formation of adjectives and adverbs

Grammar course part 2

4 Pronouns
4.1 Personal pronouns
4.2 It
4.3 The
4.4 Indefinite pronouns
4.5 Prepositional pronouns

5 Adverbs, prepositions, particles
5.1 Local adverbs (1)
5.2 Local adverbs (2)
5.3 Temporal adverbs and adjectives
5.4 Local prepositions (1)
5.5 Local prepositions (2): alternating prepositions
5.6 Temporal prepositions (1): duration of time
5.7 Temporal prepositions (2): point in time
5.8 Prepositions: causal, concessive, final, alternative, modal
5.9 Prepositions with dative and genitive in the written language
5.10 Modal particles
5.11 Graduation through attributes

6 Verbs
6.1 Present tense
6.2 Perfect tense
6.3 Preterite tense
6.4 Past perfect
6.5 Future tense
6.6 Become

Grammar course part 3

6 Verbs
6.7 Verb complements
6.8 Verbs with prepositions
6.9 Reflexive verbs
6.10 Modal verbs (1)
6.11 Modal verbs (2)
6.12 Modal verbs subjective (1)
6.13 Modal verbs subjective (2)
6.14 Need + to - have + to - be + to
6.15 Help - hear - see - let
6.16 Know - can
6.17 Lay/lie - set/sit
6.18 Separable prefixes for verbs
6.19 Inseparable prefixes for verbs
6.20 Passive voice
6.21 Passive voice with modal verbs
6.22 State passive
6.23 Passive substitutes
6.24 Subjunctive II (1): Present tense
6.25 Subjunctive II (2): Past
6.26 Subjunctive II (3): Conditions
6.27 Subjunctive II (4): wishes, unreal consequences
6.28 Subjunctive II (5): Comparisons
6.29 Indirect speech
6.30 Noun-verb combinations

Grammar course part 4

7 Verbs
7.1 Main clause: Prefield, postfield
7.2 Main clause: Complements, details
7.3 Negation
7.4 Imperative (1): Forms
7.5 Imperative (2): alternatives
7.6 Interrogative sentence
7.7 Interrogatives
7.8 Connectors linking main clauses
7.9 Subordinate clause
7.10 That-clause
7.11 Infinitive + zu
7.12 Relative clause
7.13 Relative clause with wo, wohin, woher
7.14 Two-part connectors
7.15 Temporal clause: simultaneously (1)
7.16 Temporal clause: simultaneously (2)
7.17 Temporal clause: not simultaneous
7.18 Causal clause
7.19 Conditional sentence (1)
7.20 Conditional clause (2)
7.21 Final clause
7.22 Consecutive clause
7.23 Concessive clause
7.24 Adversative clause
7.25 Modal sentence
7.26 Verbal style - nominal style
7.27 Nominal style - verbal style

8 Spelling
8.1 Spelling (1)
8.2 Spelling (2)
8.3 Punctuation

We currently only offer parts 1 and 2 of the German grammar course in Berlin. However, you can easily book parts 3 and 4 as an online German grammar course.

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At the DeutschAkademie, we have a special mission: we want you to attend the German course in which you can learn best. And we will find out together with you - using our free placement test.

It is based on the proven 12-level model of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). With this detailed written and oral assessment, we can determine your previous knowledge and find the right grammar course for you.

Our German teachers:native speakers, qualified, committed

Fast but sustainable learning success in a pleasant learning atmosphere and with modern communicative methods. Whether on site or online: Our highly motivated and well-trained German teachers are all native speakers and take great pleasure in teaching.

The language of instruction in our international groups is German right from the start. Small teaching groups and interactive teaching methods ensure that you speak a lot and learn German effectively.

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