"Ei kysyvä tieltä eksy." Those who ask do not get lost.

Placement test

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

Finnish

Finnish A1.1 - ONLINE

Lecture number
042036f
Semester
Autumn semester 2021
Type
Language course
Maximum number of participants
14

Events

DayTimeFrequencyDurationRoom
Wed.6 -8 pmweekly29.09.2021 - 19.01.2022ONLINE - webex

Lecturers

  • Mirko Schomerus

Description

Language of instruction: Finnish and German

The course Danish A1.1 is suitable for students without previous knowledge. It is primarily intended to provide a first basic knowledge of the Danish language.By means of everyday conversation topics and situations (greetings and introductions; nationality and language; addresses and numbers), basic knowledge of Danish grammar and vocabulary will be taught. During the development of vocabulary fields the following topics are mainly covered: Presentation of the person and introduction of persons (name, nationality, profession or course of study, place of origin, family), hobbies and interests. The grammar focuses on personal pronouns, possessive expressions, question particles, question words and nominal sentences.

Classes are held in the form of meetings via Webex. The course is managed via Moodle. There you will also find presentations and additional materials. The teacher enrolls you in the Moodle course. You will receive the invitation to Webex by mail by the first day of class.

Literature

Please already have the following textbook available on the first Webex date:

Yksi, kaksi, kolme 1. Finnisch für Deutschsprachige. Lehrbuch mit CD
ISBN: 978-3-944312-12-5

Registration

Finnish A1.2 - ONLINE

Lecture number
042037f
Semester
Autumn semester 2021
Type
Language course
Maximum number of participants
14

Events

DayTimeFrequencyDurationRoom
Tue.4 - 6 pmweekly28.09.2021 - 18.01.2022ONLINE - webex

Lecturers

  • Mirko Schomerus

Description

Language of instruction: Finnish and German

The course Finish A1.2 is designed for participants with the knowledge they acquired in the A1.1 course. The course is primarily intended to extend basic knowledge of the Finnish language as well as give an insight into the culture of the country. The major topics of the course are hobbies, surroundings (buildings, countries, cities and other subjects), vacations. Participants will, for example, learn to ask questions with "where" and "what", go shopping, order in a café, make appointments, talk about their week or clothes; tell the time; make phone calls. As far as grammar is concerned, the course is about verb types, colloquial language, imperfect tense, forms of possession, plural forms and cases of the noun (accusative, partitive, essive, genitive).

Classes are held in the form of meetings via Webex. The course is managed via Moodle. There you will also find presentations and additional materials. The teacher enrolls you in the Moodle course. You will receive the invitation to Webex by mail by the first day of class.

Literature

Please already have the following textbook available on the first Webex date:

Yksi, kaksi, kolme 1. Finnisch für Deutschsprachige. Lehrbuch mit CD
ISBN: 978-3-944312-12-5

Registration

Finnish A2.1 - ONLINE

Lecture number
042038f
Semester
Autumn semester 2021
Type
Language course
Maximum number of participants
14

Events

DayTimeFrequencyDurationRoom
Wed.4 - 6 pmweekly29.09.2021 - 19.01.2022ONLINE - webex

Lecturers

  • Mirko Schomerus

Description

Language of instruction: Finnish and German

The Finnish A2.1 course is for participants who have completed A1 language level.

The main objective is to provide advanced knowledge of the Finnish language and an insight into the culture of the country.

Topics of the course A2.1 are telling about people and things; clothes; food; talking about living, working and where you come from; planning trips and telling about them; telling what you have and what you don't have; seasons and times of day; describing places and ways; talking about what you like; asking and expressing opinions.

Grammatically, it is about plurals (nominative and partitive); the local cases (where, from where, to where, ...); local cases in connection with verbs; have-construction; verbal nouns.

A language course thrives on people meeting each other. It is therefore especially important that you actively participate and prepare on a regular basis. We would like to point out that in an online course, the emphasis in class time is on classroom discussion, while listening and reading assignments are more self-study. Classes will take place in the form of meetings via Webex. The course is administered via Moodle. There you will also find presentations and additional materials. The instructor will enroll you in the Moodle course. You will receive the invitation to Webex by mail by the first day of class.

Literature

Please have the following textbook from the first session on:

Yksi, kaksi, kolme 1. Finish for German-speaking learners. Textbook with CD
ISBN: 978-3-944312-12-5

Registration