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Saisy Online

Program Partner

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Welcome to the Saisy Academy!


Would you like to prepare for the German language exams according to GER, but cannot attend a physical language school for personal reasons?


Would you like to learn German flexibly offline?


Then our Saisy Academy is the right place for you!

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Experienced language teachers

At Saisy & JHMCS you will learn German under optimal conditions. Our teachers have extensive experience as DaF teachers (DaF=German as a foreign language) or educators and are carefully selected according to high quality criteria. This is how we create a learning environment in which you can learn German quickly and effectively online!

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Online learning platform

Our online language platform offers you first-class learning material based on TELC and the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), which is also available for download. In addition, you will find supporting AI videos for each lesson to better understand German pronunciation.

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Live lessons via Zoom

The live classes are conducted via Zoom and last approximately 4 hours per learning module. Your learning progress is continuously recorded and assessed by our tutors before you start the next German level. We prepare you optimally for the language exams. For candidates with an employment or training contract with one of our customers, all language training up to completion of the A2 language level for hotel professionals and up to completion of the B2 language level for medical professionals is free.

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German to GER

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is a method for describing language skills. It was developed by the Council of Europe and serves as an internationally recognized standard for measuring the linguistic competence of learners in different languages.  The CEFR divides language skills into six levels: A1 and A2 (basic knowledge), B1 and B2 (independent use of the language), C1 and C2 (competent use of the language). Each level describes the ability that learners should have in the areas of listening comprehension, reading comprehension, oral expression and written expression.  The CEFR also provides a guide for language teachers and learners to track learning progress and set specific goals. It is used both in schools and for official language certificates such as the Goethe Certificate or the Cambridge Certificate.

"Start now with our online platform to prepare for the Telc German language exams!"

Learn German with the best language teachers online. We prepare you for the A1, A2, B1 and B2 Telc German language exams.

With language level A1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), you can express basic knowledge of German. Here are some of the skills expected at this level: 1. Comprehension: One can understand everyday expressions and simple sentences that are aimed at satisfying specific needs (e.g. information about a person, about places, shopping needs). 2. Speaking: You can communicate easily if the other person speaks slowly and clearly and is willing to help. You can introduce yourself, ask and answer questions about yourself, describe leisure activities and hobbies, understand instructions for use and handle simple shopping situations. 3. Reading: You can understand short, simple texts that contain familiar vocabulary. Reading comprehension makes it possible to extract basic information, such as the opening times of a store or simple instructions. 4. Writing: One is able to write short and simple notes, messages or greeting cards. One can provide personal information such as name, address, nationality and profession.

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With language level A2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), you can already express somewhat advanced knowledge of German. Here are some of the skills expected at this level: 1. Understanding: One can understand simple and everyday expressions related to personal information, family circumstances, shopping, work, etc. Simple sentences can be understood if they are spoken clearly and slowly. 2. Speaking: You can talk about familiar topics in simple sentences and share personal information such as hobbies, family, work, travel, etc. You can ask and answer simple questions and find your way around familiar everyday situations. 3. Writing: You can write short texts and notes that relate to familiar topics. You can write simple personal letters and emails using simple sentences and expressions. 4. Reading: One can understand short, simple texts and advertisements that contain everyday information. One can read simple guides, news and short stories while grasping the main content. 5. Grammar: You can use basic grammatical structures such as personal pronouns, tenses (present, past, future), question and interrogative sentence formation, adjectives and simple conjunctions.

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The B1 language level in German is considered an advanced beginner level and includes the ability to communicate in most everyday situations. Here are some of the main skills and knowledge one should master at B1 level: 1. Listening comprehension: Understanding clear standard language in everyday conversations, radio or television programs on familiar topics. 2. Reading comprehension: understanding texts on various topics such as articles, letters, instructions or simple literature. 3. Oral Expression: Expressing opinions, viewpoints and experiences. Ability to actively participate in everyday conversations and summarize information on a topic. 4. Written expression: Writing reasonably coherent texts, such as letters, emails, descriptions or personal reports. 5. Grammar: Mastery of basic grammatical structures such as tenses (present, past, future), modal verbs, prepositions, relative clauses and conjunctions. 6. Vocabulary: Selection and use of an expanded vocabulary related to everyday topics as well as the ability to use synonyms and paraphrases. 7. Pronunciation: Understandable and correct pronunciation of the German language.

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The B2 language level in German is considered an advanced level and enables learners to communicate fluently in most everyday and professional situations. Here are some of the main skills and knowledge one should master at B2 level: 1. Speaking: Be able to produce complex expressions and coherent texts, express opinions, present arguments and participate in discussions. 2. Listening: Understanding spoken language in everyday situations or public appearances, as well as understanding radio and television programs. 3. Reading: Understanding related texts such as newspaper articles, reports or literary texts and extracting information from them. 4. Writing: Write understandable and coherent texts on various topics, write reports, letters or essays. 5. Grammar and vocabulary: Master a variety of grammatical structures and have sufficient vocabulary to express yourself clearly and precisely. 6. Understanding and using idioms and sayings in everyday conversations or written texts. 7. Intercultural communication skills: Understanding of cultural differences and ability to interact appropriately and respectfully with people from different cultural backgrounds.

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