Deutsch lernen mit Spaß und Fantasie

Das Deutschatelier der ManuSkriptur


Entry into the courses A1, A2, B1 and conversation course (level B2) is possible at any time. A new basic course (learners with no prior knowledge) starts in the fall.

Basic Course: Tuesdays at 7 p.m., Wednesdays at 8 p.m. and Fridays at 6 p.m.
A2: Mondays at 5:15 p.m. and Fridays at 4 p.m.
B1: Mondays at 7 p.m. and Thursday at 7 p.m.
Conversation course: Wednesdays at 6 p.m.


Private Lessons – Per Hour: € 58 (regardless of the number of participants)


  • Intensive German Language Course – Learn the Basics – 4 weeks, 6 hours/week: € 240
  • German Language Course A1 – 4 weeks, 4 hours/week: € 160
  • German Language Course A2 – 4 weeks, 4 hours/week: € 160
  • German Language Course B1 – 4 weeks, 4 hours/week: € 160
  • Conversation – 2 hours/week: € 28/month
  • Power-Weekend – 16 hours: € 150

There are 3 to 8 participants in the courses. Courses with less than 3 participants unfortunately cannot take place. You will be informed of any cancellation ten days before the start of the course.

The courses at the German Language Lab are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. For levels A 1, A 2 and B1 you need to plan around 120 hours of instruction (for example 6 weeks with 20 hours per week); for levels B 2 and C 1 200 to 300 hours of instruction. There is no specialization in particular professional groups since the individualized method involves special topics. Students interested in level C 2 are invited to participate in the workshops of the ManuSkriptur.

A 1
The learner is able to speak and understand familiar words, short sentences and some phrases related to his immediate environment (e.g. greetings and goodbyes, introduce himself and family, understand signs and addresses). Simple little poems and stories can be created.
A 2
The learner can understand and produce short texts. He can tell about the simple things in his everyday life, keep his own diary with the daily events he is familiar with and play with words.
B 1
Original texts from everyday life in Germany can be used to find the meaning and, using familiar methods, the content of even complicated texts. The learner can describe his own dreams, hopes and goals and understand those of his conversation partner.
B 2
Complex scenes such as news and films in original language can be understood and replayed. The learner can tell, write and understand differentiated stories. It is also possible to invent new stories in a foreign language context.
C 1
The learner can express himself clearly and fluently without a long search for words for a long time. They will certainly find their way in everyday German life. He or she is able to tell stories in a structured and clear way. His vocabulary is large, he knows ambiguity of terms, can distinguish between words that have similar meanings and can play with tempos.

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