Do you want to finally understand German and are you interested in the A1 German test?

Just for you, we have gathered all the information here so that you can quickly & fully inform yourself about the German A1 tests and the A1 courses.

You will find in this article an overview of all the contents of the German courses and A1 German exam as well as their procedures. We also explain what makes our language courses special and enables you to reach your language goals in the fastest way.

What is included in the A1 German test course?

Level A1 is the easiest and first level for German beginners without any previous knowledge and contains the important basis for everyone who wants to learn German. Together we will work on the following topics to help you pass the A1 level test:

Basis of German Grammar

As with any language, German grammar is the important basis for understanding and correctly applying content. For all tasks & use cases at the A1 exam you will need German grammar.

Being able to hold easy conversations in everyday life

Together we learn to introduce ourselves and other people as well as to ask and answer appropriate questions. This can be e.g: Giving information about where you live or describing other people you know.

Acquisition of basic vocabulary

At level A1 you will learn the most important basic vocabulary in the areas of

  • Private environment
  • Professional environment
  • educational environment
  • Public places

Reading simple sentences and understanding uncomplicated dialogues

The aim of this topic is for you to be able to read, understand and use everyday expressions & simple sentences. This could be advertisements, brochures, menus or timetables. At the A1 exam you will receive an invitation and be able to evaluate a statement with “correct” or “incorrect”.

You will also learn how to communicate in a simple way in everyday conversations with other people and how to understand simple dialogues. These conversations will be practiced in written texts and as spoken conversations. This includes understanding and using dates, days of the week and times.

Writing SMS and e-mails in German

For your everyday life we will teach you how to write German SMS and e-mails correctly for different purposes. We will teach you how to formulate interest, wishes, requests or suggestions and how to understand them correctly.

What does Germancube do differently to guarantee fast progress?

For German learners, Germancube offers the optimal total package. In interactive & individual lessons from level A1 to C1, all sub-areas are comprehensively covered: Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking. In order for you to learn German most efficiently, your group will be a maximum of 5 people, leaving enough room for your individual questions. Your learning sessions will take place either on-site or online – whichever suits you better.

What sets us apart:

  • Structured & meaningful knowledge, so you can actually remember what you’ve learned and apply it in your everyday life.
  • Small class sizes & interactive lessons for maximum learning effect
  • Get to know other German learners at the same level and progress together
  • Space for your individual questions & needs
  • Large library of books to deepen your knowledge of German through reading
  • On-site & online courses available
  • Learn German from level A1 to C1 at a school

Which topics are included in the German language course for level A1?

At the A1 German language test the basic knowledge of the learners is tested. In order to reach the A1 level, language schools such as Germancube.ch offer practical preparation courses for German beginners with no prior knowledge.
At the A1 exam you will be asked about the following sub-areas:

  • Basic knowledge of German grammar
  • Basic vocabulary to be able to understand & hold easy conversations in everyday life
  • Reading, understanding and writing simple texts

How does the TELC A1 German exam work?

The TELC German A1 test consists of a written and an oral part. The written exam includes the application areas “Listening” (20min) and “Reading and Writing” (45min). This is followed by the oral exam (15min), where you can show your basic German skills in practical application together with three other participants.

How does the GOETHE A1 German test work?

Like the TELC A1 German test, the GOETHE German A1 test consists of a written and an oral part. The written test includes the parts “Listening” (20min), “Reading” (25min) and “Writing” (20min). This is followed by the oral exam (15min), in which you introduce yourself to the group and answer questions from everyday life and ask questions in the group.

What is the next step for you?

  1. find out now about the next courses on site or online at the language school Germancube.ch
  2. complete the German A1 preparation course that is adapted to the exam
  3. register for the A1 exam
  4. show what you have learned and get the language certificate
  5. benefit from more knowledge of German in your everyday life

This is why Germancube is the perfect choice to study for the A1 German test

In our many years of experience we have noticed that the larger the class, the smaller the learning effect. That’s why we deliberately fill our classes with a maximum of 5 participants. This way you can maximize the learning effect and get the most out of your lessons.

Thanks to the flexible teaching model with online and local courses, the German course also fits perfectly into your schedule and you can learn German wherever you want.

If you would like to take advantage of these and other benefits, contact us today and we will work with you to create your perfect educational experience.