A2.1 intermediate Luxembourgish conversation class
The A2.1 level refers to one level up from the beginner level (A1) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
This is a conversation class so the focus is really on improving your spoken Luxembourgish both in terms of grammar/sentence structure and in terms of vocabulary. Throughout this class, you will become more confident and fluent in your speaking and understand written and spoken Luxembourgish better.
Topics of the conversation class include: introducing yourself, managing conversations in a restaurant/post office/bank/store/train station, describing a person’s looks and character, describing where you live or want to live to a real estate agent, talking about leisure time/past activities/health, and one other topic to be defined by the students. One grammar topic will also be reviewed together with the teacher during each lesson.
The class runs twice a week during six weeks, each lesson is 40 minutes long and there's a total of 12 lessons. There are two or three people in each class.
The class is taught in a virtual classroom which means that you will be able to see the material on your screen before and during the lesson and interact in writing as well as in speaking with the teacher. One day before each class, you will get access to the virtual classroom so that you can study the vocabulary and review the grammar points as they relate to the lesson topic.
After each lesson, you will also receive course notes.
The course is taught by Patricia Schiltz, an experienced Luxembourgish teacher with a passion for languages; other than Luxembourgish she speaks English, French, German and Swedish fluently, as well as some basic Italian. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in German and has lived and worked in Dubai, mainly speaking in English.
The course material has been developed by Liz Wenger, founder of learnluxembourgish.com and author of the Learn Luxembourgish book, and the teacher Patricia. During the course, Liz and Patricia work together closely to ensure you learn what you need to learn in order to advance your language skills.
The next available spots are for classes:
- from November 2016 on
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