We at German Club have had our vocab builders available to help students in all levels of German for years, so it’s only fair that we publish them here
The first of these is for GRMN105, our university’s Introduction to German Course. This is level A0 – A1 on the CEFR.
This segment covers the vocabulary learned in German 105, from the Einführung to Kapitel 5, as well as the film Schneewittchen.
Topics include: describing oneself, telling time, leisure activities, geography, weather, food, shopping, university, and Austria
There are a total of 877 terms in this segment.
The second is for GRMN106, the second semester German course. This is level A1 on the CEFR.
This segment covers the vocabulary learned in German 106, from Kapitel 6 – Kapitel 9, as well as the short story „Amerika gibt es nicht“ and the film Sophie Scholl: die letzten Tage.
Topics include: freetime activities, media, clothing, housework, furniture, prepositions, family life, opinions, health, and Switzerland
There are a total of 692 terms in this segment.
The third is for GRMN107, the third semester German course. This is level A2 on the CEFR.
This segment covers the vocabulary learned in German 107, from Kapitel 10-12, as well as the films Das Zaubermännchenand Kebab Connection.
Topics include: the German Reunification, fairy tales, economics, professions, immigration, multiculturalism.
There are a total of 379 terms in this segment.
The fourth (and last) is for various courses in German at our university, from the A2 level to C1.
This segment covers the vocabulary covered in various other German classes, from the 200-level onward.
Topics include: German history and culture, the EU
As it is not yet quite finished (as we haven’t finished taking German courses at UD), we don’t have a total number of terms in the segment.
We hope that you find these useful!