German Language B3, B4

The course examines texts on general topics (travelling, guests, climate, landmarks, meetings, negotiations, taking minutes, public speaking, business correspondence, biographies and interviews, etc.); texts from contemporary authors; newspaper articles on political, economic, health and other topics; grammatical content and morphology exercises (verbal forms, verbs with separable prefixes, reflexive verbs, active, passive, subjunctive I and II, prepositions etc.), phonetics (pronunciation of the syllables not present in the mother tongue – ü, ö, ä and others; accentuation, intonation, etc.; syntax (attribute and attributive sentence, passive and passive constructions, indirect speech); lexicology (word-formation, compounds, derivatives, abbreviations, idiomatic expression and phraseology, stylistic varieties, text reformulation).