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Placement Test

For a registration from level A1.2 a placement test is required if you have not yet written an exam with us.

Danish

Danish A1.1 Group 1

Lecture number
042005b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Registration deadline
09/17/2019
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Mon.4 p.m. - 6 p.m.Weekly23/09 - 16/12/2019TRO 104
Mon.4 p.m. - 6 p.m.Exam16/12/2019TRO 104

Class starts at 4 p.m.

Lecturers

  • Florian Birkenheyer

Description

The Danish A1.1 course is suitable for students without previous knowledge. It is primarily about teaching the first basic knowledge of the Danish language.

The aim is to teach basic knowledge of Danish grammar and vocabulary using everyday conversation topics and situations (greeting and introduction; nationality and language; addresses and numbers). The main topics covered in the development of word fields are as follows: Presentation of the person and introduction of people (name, nationality, profession or study course, place of origin, family), hobbies and interests. The grammar focuses on personal pronouns, possesive pronouns, question particles, question words and nominal sentences.

Literature

Please bring the following textbooks with you on the first day of class:

Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs, ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition) and
Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Practice book + mp3s for download, ISBN: 978-3-12-528972-7

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

Danish A1.1 Group 2

Lecture number
042006b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Registration deadline
09/16/2019
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Wed.4 p.m. - 6 p.m.Weekly25/09 - 18/12/2019TRO 206
Fri.2 p.m. - 8 p.m.Single27/09/2019TRO 206
Wed.4 p.m. - 6 p.m.Exam18/12/2019TRO 206

Lecturers

  • Matthis Witt

Description

The Danish A1.1 course is suitable for students without previous knowledge. It is primarily about teaching the first basic knowledge of the Danish language.

The aim is to teach basic knowledge of Danish grammar and vocabulary using everyday conversation topics and situations (greeting and introduction; nationality and language; addresses and numbers). The main topics covered in the development of word fields are as follows: Presentation of the person and introduction of people (name, nationality, profession or study course, place of origin, family), hobbies and interests. The grammar focuses on personal pronouns, postings, question particles, question words and nominal sentences.

Literature

Please bring the following textbooks with you on the first day of class:

Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs, ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition) and
Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Practice book + mp3s for download, ISBN: 978-3-12-528972-7

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

Danish A1.1 Group 3

Lecture number
042007b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Registration deadline
09/13/2019
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Wed.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Weekly25/09 - 18/12/2019TRO 206
Fri.2 p.m. - 8 p.m.Single22/11/2019TRO 206
Wed.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Exam18/12/2019TRO 206

Lecturers

  • Matthis Witt

Description

 The Danish A1.1 course is suitable for students without previous knowledge. It is primarily about teaching the first basic knowledge of the Danish language.

The aim is to teach basic knowledge of Danish grammar and vocabulary using everyday conversation topics and situations (greeting and introduction; nationality and language; addresses and numbers). The main topics covered in the development of word fields are as follows: Presentation of the person and introduction of people (name, nationality, profession or study course, place of origin, family), hobbies and interests. The grammar focuses on personal pronouns, postings, question particles, question words and nominal sentences.

Literature

Please bring the following textbooks with you on the first day of class:

Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs, ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition) and
Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Practice book + mp3s for download, ISBN: 978-3-12-528972-7

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

Danish A1

Lecture number
042008b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Thu.4 p.m. - 8 p.m.Weekly26/09 - 19/12/2019MAD 126
Fri.2 p.m. - 8 p.m.Single11/10/2019MAD 225
Fri.2 p.m. - 8 p.m.Single15/11/2019TRO 101
Thu.4 p.m. - 8 p.m.Exam19/12/2019MAD 126

Lecturers

  • Matthis Witt

Description

The Danish A1 course is suitable for students without previous knowledge. It is primarily about teaching the first basic knowledge of the Danish language.
The aim is to teach basic knowledge of Danish grammar and vocabulary using everyday conversation topics and situations (greeting and introduction; nationality and language; addresses and numbers). The main topics covered in the development of word fields are as follows: Presentation of the person and introduction of people (name, nationality, profession or study course, place of origin, family), hobbies and interests. The grammar focuses on personal pronouns, postings, question particles, question words and nominal sentences.

Literature

Please bring the following textbooks with you on the first day of class:
Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs, ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition) and
Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Practice book + mp3s for download, ISBN: 978-3-12-528972-7

Registration

Danish A1.2 Group 1

Lecture number
042009b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Tue.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Weekly24/09 - 17/12/2019HEL 162
Fri.2 p.m. - 8 p.m.Single08/11/2019TRO 102
Tue.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Exam17/12/2019HEL 162

Lecturers

  • Matthis Witt

Description

The Danish A1.2 course is suitable for participants with some previous knowledge. The basic knowledge of the Danish A1.1 course will be stabilised and further developed on the basis of everyday conversation topics and situations (greeting and introduction; nationality and language; food and drinks, travel, addresses and numbers).

The course takes place once a week. The language course is designed in such a way that the participants complete the second level (A1.2) according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages in one semester. In the following semester the course Danish A2.1 can be taken.

Chapters 6 to 10 of the book will be discussed in this course.

Literature

Please bring the following textbooks with you on the first day of class:

Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs, ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition) and
Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Practice book + mp3s for download, ISBN: 978-3-12-528972-7

Registration

Danish A2.1

Lecture number
042011b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Registration deadline
09/11/2019
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Mon.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Weekly23/09 - 16/12/2019TRO 104
Mon.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Exam16/12/2019TRO 104

Class starts at 6 p.m.

Lecturers

  • Florian Birkenheyer

Description

The Danish A2.1 course is suitable for participants with basic knowledge. It builds on the Danish A1.2 course and ensures that Danish language skills are further deepened and developed by means of everyday conversation topics and situations such as directions, camping and holidays, school and training systems in Denmark, personal descriptions, etc.The grammar will focus on perfect, past tense, plusquam perfect, indirect speech, various pronouns and the increase of adjectives.The course takes place once a week. The language course is designed in such a way that the participants complete the second sublevel (A2.1) according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages in one semester. In the following semester the Danish A2.2 course can be taken.Chapters 11 to 15  of the course book will be covered in this class.

Literature

Please bring the following textbooks with you on the first day of class:

Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs, ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition) and

Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Practice book + mp3s for download, ISBN: 978-3-12-528972-7

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

Danish A2.2

Lecture number
042012b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Tue.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Weekly24/09 - 17/12/2019VIL 214
Tue.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Exam17/12/2019VIL 214

Class starts at 6 p.m.

Lecturers

  • Janis Kühl

Description

The Danish A2.2 course is suitable for participants with advanced previous knowledge. It builds on the Danish A2.1 course and ensures that Danish language skills are further consolidated and developed through everyday conversation topics and situations, such as complaints, job interviews, professions, housing conditions, etc. The Danish A2.1 course is designed for participants with an advanced level of Danish.

The grammar will focus on the passive, conjunctive and subjunctive. The course takes place once a week, in addition two block dates are planned, which are however individually agreed upon with the course. The language course is designed in such a way that the participants complete the second sublevel (A2.2) according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages in one semester.Chapters 16 to 20 of the course book will be covered in this class.

Literature

Please bring the following textbooks with you on the first day of class:Dansk for dig new (A1-A2). Textbook with 2 audio CDs, ISBN: 978-3-12-528971-0 (newer edition) andDansk for dig new (A1-A2). Practice book + mp3s for download, ISBN: 978-3-12-528972-7

Registration

Danish B1.2

Lecture number
042014b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Wed.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Weekly25/09 - 18/12/2019HEL 167
Fri.2 p.m. - 4.30 p.m.Single25/10/2019TRO 101
Fri.2 p.m. - 4.30 p.m.Single08/11/2019HEL 167
Wed.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Exam18/12/2019HEL 167

Lecturers

  • Bjarne R. Raab

Description

Target group: The Danish course B1.2 is suitable for participants with a solid basic knowledge who have successfully completed the B1.1 course and are aiming for a good oral and written knowledge of the Danish language.

Course content: The aim of this course is to acquire an extended basic knowledge of the Danish language through everyday conversation topics and situations. The topics deal with nature, culture and society. You will learn to express your opinion and talk about topics that are of personal interest to you. A final exam will be written on the last day of the course.

Literature

Please bring the following textbook with you to your first lesson:

Pæredansk, course and exercise book + audios onlineISBN 978-3-12-528775-4

Registration

Danish B2.1

Lecture number
042103b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Wed.2 p.m. - 4 p.m.Weekly25/09 - 18/12/2019TRO 205
Wd.2 p.m. - 4 p.m.Exam18/12/2019TRO 205

Lecturers

  • Tilde Nielsen Dam

Description

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Registration