Germany is the world's second-largest exporter.
The German economy ranks number one in Europe and number four worldwide. Its economy is comparable to that of all the world's Spanish-speaking countries combined.
Germany is home to numerous international corporations.
Direct investment by Germany in the United States is over ten billion dollars.
German has the largest number of native speakers in the European Union (far more than English, Spanish, or German).
German is among the ten most commonly spoken languages in the world. It is also a lingua franca of Central and Eastern Europe. And as for "all Germans speak English anyway"? That's pure myth.
22 Nobel Prizes in Physics, 30 in Chemistry, and 25 in Medicine have gone to scientists from the three major German-speaking countries, while many laureates from other countries received their training in German universities. Eleven Nobel Prizes in Literature have been awarded to German-language writers, and seven Germans and Austrians have received the Peace Prize.
Germans are world leaders in engineering.
German and English are similar. Many words in German sound and/or look the same as equivalent English words, because the two languages share the same "grandparent." For example, look at these words: Haus = house, Buch = book, Finger = finger, Hand = hand, Name = name, Mutter = mother, schwimmen = to swim, singen = to sing, kommen = to come, blau = blue, alt = old, windig = windy.
The German-speaking world has produced some of the most revered filmmakers of the 20th century – from Fritz Lang to Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Wim Wenders and a new generation of transnational directors such as Tom Tykwer and Fatih Akin. German and Austrian filmmakers such as Lang, Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch also shaped the history of Hollywood.
German is the language of Goethe, Marx, Nietzsche, and Kafka, of Mann, Brecht, and Grass. Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, and Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Wagner, Mahler, and Schoenberg spoke and wrote German, as did Freud, Weber, Einstein, and Heisenberg, Kant, Hegel, and Heidegger. 2. German is the second most commonly used scientific language in the world. 3. 18% of the world's books are published in German, and relatively few of these ever appear in English translation. 4. 68% of all Japanese students study German. What do they know that you don't? 5. Many of the Western world's most important works of philosophy, literature, music, art history, theology, psychology, chemistry, physics, engineering and medicine are written in German and continue to be produced in German.
Learning a language or improving existing language skills and thus advancing from one level to the next is a complex and challenging task (According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages published by the Council of Europe in 2000, the levels of learning and teaching are classified as A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2). The structure of the language courses at U. S. INSTITUTE has been modified in order to pay tribute to this fact. U.S. INSTITUTE provides you German Language Coaching as per CEFR at all levels. The books, study material used in the course are of international standard.
The Goethe-Institut's German language examinations correspond to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and range from A1 for beginners to C2 for language skills at the highest level.
|GER* level||Young people||Students||Professionals|
|C2||C2 : GDS||C2 : GDS|
All Goethe-Institut examinations can also be taken by external candidates if they have reached the corresponding language level. U.S. Institute offers highly intensive German Language coaching and prepares students for internationally recognized certificates and diplomas. CEFR: Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
|Can understand and use familiar, everyday expressions and very simple sentences, which relate to the satisfying of concrete needs. Can introduce him/herself and others as well as ask others about themselves – e.g. where they live, who they know and what they own – and can respond to questions of this nature. Can communicate in a simple manner if the person they are speaking to speaks slowly and clearly and is willing to help.||Can understand sentences and commonly used expressions associated with topics directly related to his/her direct circumstances (e.g. personal information or information about his/her family, shopping, work, immediate surroundings). Can make him/herself understood in simple, routine situations dealing with a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and common topics. Can describe his/her background and education, immediate surroundings and other things associated with immediate needs in a simple way.|
|Can understand the main points when clear, standard language is used and the focus is on familiar topics associated with work, school, leisure time, etc. Can deal with most situations typically encountered when travelling in the language region. Can express him/herself simply and coherently regarding familiar topics and areas of personal interest. Can report on experiences and events, describe dreams, hopes and goals as well as make short statements to justify or explain his/her own views and plans.||Can understand the main contents of complex texts on concrete and abstract topics; also understands specialized discussions in his/her own primary area of specialization. Can communicate so spontaneously and fluently that a normal conversation with native speakers is easily possible without a great deal of effort on either side. Can express him/herself on a wide range of topics in a clear and detailed manner, explain his/her position on a current issue and indicate the benefits and drawbacks of various options.|
|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 flexibly 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.||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.|
U.S. Institute prepares specifically for internationally recognized German examinations of Goethe . We offer specially designed REGULAR, FAST TRACK, WEEK END, FULL FLEXIBILITY courses. The institute offers certificate to diploma level courses in German language. The books, study material used in the course are of international standard only as per CEFR.
U.S. INSTITUTE provides international standard German Courses at all levels. Do you want to go Germany for study ? Do you want to accompany your spouse in Germany ? Do you want to create career in Germany ? Do you have business associates in Germany ? Our intensive coaching for German will surely achieve your target. You are just a call away to learn International standard German.