Level C – Autonomous ability to use German Language
When you join any course or search to learn the German Language on the Internet. The result you get is that the Syllabus of Autonomous ability to use German Language is further classified into two more levels i.e. Level C1 and Level C2.
Level C1 – Autonomous ability to use German Language
This level is to Communicate freely. You don’t have to search for words and you can speak German comfortably and flexible in any situation. You understand long, challenging texts.
- Can understand a wide range of challenging, longer texts and also grasp implicit meanings.
- Can express him/herself spontaneously and fluently without having to search for words frequently and noticeably.
- Can use the language effectively and flexible in his/her social and professional life or in training and studies.
- Can make clear, structured and detailed statements on complex topics and apply various means of text association appropriately in the process.
The student has a good command of German. He/she learns to express him/herself clearly both in speaking and writing on a large number of topics and to understand almost all texts. For example Art: fine arts – interviews were given by artists – interpretation of art, learning German: experiences and problems in assimilating a foreign language, sports, Austrian regional studies, Austria-Germany-Switzerland comparison, use of different types of text, literature (poetry).
Level C2 – Autonomous ability to use German Language
This level is to Express demands. You understand everything you read and hear and can communicate spontaneously and fluently, conveying detailed information.
- Can effortlessly understand practically everything which he/she reads or hears.
- Can summarize information from various written and spoken sources, logically recounting the reasons and explanations.
- Can express him/herself spontaneously with high fluency and precision and also make finer nuances of meaning clear in more complex topics.
The student can express him/herself fluently in German. He/she works on literary, sociopolitical, cultural and scientific topics.
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