Language Test What constitutes basic knowledge of the German language? Basic knowledge of the German language is knowledge of the German language at Competence level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for languages. This includes you being able to understand and use common, everyday expressions and very simple sentences (e. g. asking for directions, shopping, etc). You should be able to introduce yourself and others and answer questions about personal details or other people such as where you live or what people you know. Of course, the person you are talking to must speak clearly and be prepared to help. You should also have basic German writing skills, e.g. you should be able to enter your name, address, nationality, etc. on forms.
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