Nevin is new in Germany and needs to master a lot of new challenges: She takes a bus for the first time, for example, and starts a new job. Nevin also needs to go to a doctor's appointment, sign a mobile-phone contract, and find new friends. Watch different video clips and complete corresponding exercises.
In the Germany quiz you can test your knowledge about Germany. You answer questions on many different topics, e.g. mobility, work, etiquette, leisure and health.
What Do you Learn?
In the exercises with Nevin you expand and strengthen your vocabularies and grammar on A1 level for eight topics: On the bus, looking for a job, at work, finding new friends, at the doctor's, flat-hunting, out on the street, and signing a mobile-phone contract. Every chapter starts with a 7-minute video, which depicts an everyday-life experience of Nevin. After the video, you may complete vocabulary and grammar exercises.
In the second part of the app, the Germany quiz, you can improve your language skills at level B2 and test and expand your knowledge about Germany. You will find questions on ten topics: Living, eating and drinking, shopping, working, leisure, money and banks, media and communication, health, mobility and etiquette. For each quiz question you can choose between three answers.
The app is free, and available for iOS and Android.
How do You Learn?
The German exercises include a video clip and a variety of exercises in every chapter. Ideally, you will first watch the video and subsequently answer questions of what happens in the video. You may be asked to fill in gaps in a text, or fill in a crossword puzzle. Some exercises involve putting into the right order elements of a sentence, or you might be asked to drag and drop text elements to corresponding images. All exercises are short, so you can play on the bus or in short breaks.
In the Germany quiz there are ten questions per topic. For each question, you choose one of three answer options.