The Goethe-Zertifikat A2 requires elementary language skills and corresponds to the second level (A2) on the six-level competence scale of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
The Goethe-Zertifikat A2 is a German exam for adults learning German as a foreign language. People with this Goethe-Zertifikat want to live and work in Switzerland and need a language diploma for their visa. They also want to prove their learning success at level A2 with an official and internationally recognised certificate.
People with the Goethe-Zertifikat A2 can:
|Lesen||You read texts such as short newspaper articles, emails, advertisements and public notice boards and do tasks on them.||30 Minutes|
|Schreiben||You write messages that relate to your immediate living environment.||30 Minutes|
|Hören||You listen to everyday conversations, announcements and interviews from the radio, news on the phone and public announcements and work on tasks related to these.||ca. 30 Minutes|
|Sprechen||You ask questions and answer questions about yourself, you share something about your own life and you agree or plan something together with your interview partner.||15 Minutes|
All candidates who have passed all parts of the German exam will receive a certificate. On the back of the certificate there is an explanation of the results.
The score achieved can be interpreted as follows:
|100 - 90||very good|
|89 - 80||good|
|79 - 70||satisfactory|
|69 - 60||sufficient|
|59 - 0||failed|
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