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German Language

German Language

Start Date:
Dec 01, 2017
Effort:
4 weeks / 6 hours per week
Price:
Free
  1. Course Number

    German
  2. Classes Start

    Dec 01, 2017
  3. Effort

    4 weeks / 6 hours per week

About This Course

It reviews the fundamentals taught in two to three semesters of German language at college. The CLEP exam incorporates into a single test both Level 1 and Level 2 content.

Our goal as creators of this course is to prepare you to pass the College Board's CLEP examination and obtain college credit for free.

“German Language” is a completely self-paced course. It has no prerequisites and it is offered entirely for free.

Course Staff

FAQs

How is this course organized?

This course is organized into seventeen major modules that contain short video lessons, exercises and reading.

All of the course material has been released at once so you can complete it anytime.

Please examine our syllabus.

What do I need to pass the CLEP exam?

You need to demonstrate knowledge and ability equivalent to that of students who have completed two to three semesters of college German language study.

The exam contains approximately 120 questions to be answered in 90 minutes.

Outline

Introduction

Fundamentals   

Navigating Through Our Platform

CLEP Program   

Modern States Education Alliance   

Introduce Yourself

1. Introductions and Greetings

1.0 Introductions and Greetings   

1.1 The Alphabet / Pronunciation   

1.2 Personal Pronouns / Formal vs. Informal   

1.3 Auxiliaries Sein and Haben in the Present Tense   

1.4 Greetings, Introductions   

1.5 Jetzt Üben Wir!   

2. Family, Acquaintances and Friends

2.0 Introduction to Family, Acquaintances and Friends   

2.1 German Nouns   

2.2 Cases and Articles   

2.3 People   

2.4 Jetzt üben wir!   

3. Living

3.0 Introduction to Living   

3.1 Rooms and Furniture   

3.2 German Adjectives   

3.3 Negation   

3.4 Jetzt Üben Wir!   

4. My Town and Neighborhood

4.0 Introduction   

4.1 In Town   

4.2 Prepositions of Location   

4.3 On the Go   

4.4 German Modal Verbs - können, wollen, müssen, dürfen, sollen   

4.5 Jetzt Üben Wir!   

5. My Daily Routine

5.0 Introduction to My Daily Routine   

5.1 The Present Tense of ­Weak Verbs   

5.2 The Present Tense of ­Irregular Verbs   

5.3 Reflexive Verbs and Pronouns   

5.4 Jetzt Üben Wir!   

6. At School and University

6.0 Introduction to School and University   

6.1 Study Courses and Careers   

6.2 Verbs Wissen vs. Kennen   

6.3 Asking Questions   

6.4 Jetzt üben wir!   

7. Activities and Hobbies

7.0 Introduction

7.1 Days and Months

7.2 Seasons and Holidays

7.3 Hobbies and Travel

7.4 German Modals Dürfen, Können and Mögen

7.5 Jetzt Üben Wir!

8. Last Weekend

8.0 Introduction

8.1 Talking about Past Events: Present Perfect and Past Perfect Tense

8.2 Writing About Past Events: Simple Past

8.3 Jetzt Üben Wir!

9. At Work

9.0 Introduction

9.1 Professions

9.2 In the Office with Colleagues

9.3 Job Postings

9.4 Passive Mode vs. Active Mode

9.5 Jetzt Üben Wir!

10. Separable and Inseparable Prefix Verbs

10.0 Introduction

10.1 Separable Prefixes and Their Meanings

10.2 Usage

10.3 Inseparable Prefixes

10.4 Usage

10.5 Jetzt Üben Wir!

11. Word Order

11.0 Introduction

11.1 Word Order in Main Clauses

11.2 Word Order in Subordinate Clauses

11.3 Jetzt Üben Wir!

12. Gesundheit! - Health

12.0 Introduction

12.1 The Human Body

12.2 Feeling Unwell

12.3 Compounds

12.4 German Adverbs

12.5 Jetzt Üben Wir!

13. Relative Clauses

13.0 Introduction

13.1 Relative Pronouns

13.2. Wer and Was as Relative Pronouns

13.3. Jetzt Üben Wir!

Sample CLEP Questions

Questions 1 - 15

Questions 16 - 30

Questions 31 - 45

Questions 46 - 60

Questions 61 - 75

Questions 76 - 90

Final Steps

Prof. Tania Hiderberger-Burton's Recommendation

Register for the CLEP Exam   

Test Preparation Tips   

How Your Score Is Computed

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  1. Course Number

    German
  2. Classes Start

    Dec 01, 2017
  3. Effort

    4 weeks / 6 hours per week
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