If you already have an advanced knowledge of German (level B1 or higher), you can attend our German writing course.
In this German course you will write texts in German and can improve your written expression. You will be given writing tasks on different topics and you will have to write texts. These will be corrected by the teacher and he or she will give you tips to improve your writing in German. Basics such as typical errors in sentence structure, punctuation or capitalization will be corrected. We offer two models:
Business writing course (fridays)
Course content: e.g. business memos and e-mails, work reports, orders (inquiry and offer), problems (rejection and complaint)
Course content: e.g. argumentation, lively writing, blogging, readers’ letter and reviews
Reference book: Hueber Deutsch üben Lesen und Schreiben B1
Professional placement test
Our course system in Frankfurt is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and is divided into 12 course levels.
If you already have knowledge of German we will carry out a professional written and oral placement test in order to find the ideal German course for you. You can attend our German writing course from level B1.
The DeutschAkademie Frankfurt am Main selects its German teachers on the basis of the
Naturally all our German teachers are native speakers. The small groups and the interactive teaching method make it possible, whether online or on site in Frankfurt, for you to develop your German skills quickly and effectively. With us you will quickly improve your writing in German!
Why learn German in Frankfurt?
The city of Frankfurt am Main is the best place to learn German at a language school.
Frankfurt is the fifth largest city in Germany and has many historical sites such as Goethe’s birthplace and the Frankfurt City Hall “Römer”. At the same time Frankfurt is a modern financial metropolis with the banking district and the unique skyline.
With the Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main has the fourth largest university in Germany with 48,000 students.