Expath's 2018 Beginner German Courses
Ready to speak German? Want to learn in a small group with an engaging teacher? Book your spot today in one of Expath's beginner (A1.1) German courses and get speaking!
Mon - Thur 10:30-12:45
Mon - Thur 13:00-15:15
Mon/Wed or Tue/Thur 18:30-20:45
Fantastic experience taking day-time intensive courses over two months. The instructors are excellent, and the staff are always happy/able to answer any questions. This was my best German language school experience in Berlin.
- Alex T.
This place is fantastic for learning German and actually enjoying it. The teachers are all excellent in their field. Each evening I went there I left feeling that I had massively improved my German.
- Lewis N.
Booking a Beginner Course with Expath is easy
Step 1 : Know your Level
The classes here are for absolute beginners - people who have trouble counting, speaking in the past, or forming complete sentences. If you're not sure about your level, take our free online test.
Step 2 : Find your Course
Simply click on the frequency you're interested in above, select your course and register online.
Step 3 : Make the Payment
Once you enter your information, you'll be directed to a checkout page where you can pay securely online. If you can't pay online, please come register in person at one of our schools!
Step 4 : Start Learning!
Now all you have to do is come to your first class. All you need to bring is a pen and something to write on.
Facts at a Glance
- Course Intensity
- Price & Payment
- Course Contents
At Expath, we have a variety of options to fit your schedule. Each of the following completes the course level A1.1 (for absolute beginners). Each course consists of 30 lesson units (a lesson unit in Germany is 45 minutes).
Days: Sat & Sun
Duration: 2 Weekends
Duration: 2.5 weeks
Duration: 2.5 weeks
Days: Mon/Wed or Tue/Thur
Duration: 5 weeks
Expath has two central language schools in Berlin. Both locations feature free coffee, tea and WIFI for all students. Note that for beginners, weekend classes are only in Neukölln in the winter, and in Mitte in the summer.
Mitte / Prenzlauer Berg
Since May 2017, we've taken over a former doctor's office to serve students in Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg and northern Berlin. This school is located on the 5th floor (don't worry - there's an elevator), right on Rosenthaler Platz, and features two bathrooms, multiple balconies and a great view over the square.
Address: Torstr. 117 in 10119 Berlin (Google Maps)
Public Trans.: U8 Rosenthaler Platz / U2 Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz
Expath has been giving German lessons in our cozy Altbau-school in the "Reuterkietz" of Berlin's lively Neukölln district since 2014. Students take advantage of the shops, restaurants, cocktail bars and cafes of Weserstr./Pannierstr. and Sonnenallee, all within two minutes of our school.
Address: Jansastr. 9 in 12045 Berlin (Google Maps)
Public Trans.: U7/U8 Hermannplatz / U7 Rathaus Neukölln
All of our group classes are currently on sale! The price for level A1.1 is only
135€ for a limited time for all 2018 courses.
The price is the same for all course types (morning, afternoon, evening or weekend)- each course contains 30 lessons units.
At Expath, we take great pride in selecting and training the best teachers and offering our students a comfortable setting in which to learn German.
If for any reason you are not satisfied with your course, and you don't wish to change to a different time or location, we will give you a 100% refund if you request it within 48 hours of your first lesson.
This level will give you a solid foundation in German and allows you to handle simple everyday situations in Germany. After you’ve finished this level, you’re ready for level A1.2 and on your way to becoming fluent in German. You will learn the following (and more) as part of the A1.1 curriculum:
Greetings and Farewells; Introductions; Saying where you're from; Saying what languages you speak; Asking and telling how you're doing; Talking about Family; Counting; Talking about others (he, she, we, you, they); Filling out registration forms; Talking about what you have; Naming groceries; Expressing not having and needing things; Talking about what things are not (kein, keine); Expressing prices, units and packaging; Buying items over the counter; Ordering food; Talking about your apartment; Comparing things; Talking about furniture; Reading apartment ads; Telling time; Talking about daily routines (split verbs); Expressing dates; Using cardinal and ordinal numbers; Describing what one does at different times of the day; Talking about the weather; Expressing not having things (accusative); Talking about hobbies and free time; Talking about what one can and cannot do; Talking about what you want; Expressing things in the past; Talking about daily routines in the past; Naming days of the week; Naming months
We're looking forward to seeing you in class! All the best from your Expath team.