Romanian companies are increasingly turning their attention to German language courses dedicated to their employees. This way they accomplish their objective of being key players in a business environment where Germany’s economic power equals business opportunities.
However, in order to actively participate in conversations with German partners, the employees’ language skills must be at an intermediate level. This way, they can confidently tackle a wide range of topics characteristic to the business environment, maintaining a steady pace in their own speech.
When do trainees become spontaneous and fluent in German?
In German, trainees can give clear and detailed descriptions of the negotiations conducted, the presentations made or the meetings they participated in after they prove their proficiency in:
- Using specific verbs and prepositions in German
- Past tense simple and continuous
- Future tense and conditionals
- Passive voice and indirect speech in German
- Double conjunctions: sowohl … als auch, entweder … oder, weder … noch, zwar … aber
- Adjective opposites
- Phrases : Redewendungen, Redensarten, idiomatische Ausdrűcke, feste Wortverbindungen
- Agreement and disagreement in German
- Word formation, Zusammensetzung und Ableitung
Thus, regardless of the complexity of the German language, trainees’ participation in the course will emphasize the flexibility and the refined communication style, demonstrating that they can adapt to discourse changes while speaking with a German supplier, customer or partner.