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Kirstie is the newest addition to our team. We’ve known her for quite a while now, as she’s taken classes with us on and off since she first moved to Berlin. We even remember when she joined our A1.1 course for beginners, two years ago! She’s currently taking a B2.1 class with Freya and working in our office. Find out more about Kirstie!
Martin Gropius-Bau in Kreuzberg marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, one of the most symbolic events of the 20th century, with an exhibition titled ‘Walking Through Walls’/‘Durch Mauern gehen’, opening Thursday, the 12th of September.
We’re pleased to finally share our latest course format: The Weekender!
The Weekender takes place over six Saturdays from 10:00 to 15:30, with a break in-between. During this time, you’ll learn how to introduce yourself, give information about personal details, and and much more. In this course we will focus on basic sentence structure in main phrases, learn new vocabulary to use in simple conversations and practice your listening comprehension.
Even though you do most of your learning in class, it certainly helps to practice outside of your time at Transmitter as well. We’ve come up with a short list of grammar books for all levels of learning, that are easy to purchase in many good bookstores, or even direct from the publisher! Click on the titles for more information on each book.
We've been having a great time teaching and learning in our classes this teaching round, the first complete round in our new rooms on Gneisenaustraße! Our current A2.2 class group are getting along great and learning so well together, as you can see here, and most of them are advancing to the next round of courses, starting their B1.1 level next week.
For all those who either want to kickstart their German-learning journey or continue from where they last left off, we have a whole new round of intensive classes from A1.1-B2.1 starting on the 19th of August!
Our teacher Carsten currently lives in Saigon, where he is teaching German for the Goethe Institute for 6 months. We miss him very much, but of course we’re also happy he has the chance of gaining an experience in a foreign country and discovering a new continent. In our little interview with Carsten you'll learn more about his impression of Vietnam and his everyday life in a new environment.