14-day quarantine or staycation? DAY 6: ONLINE PRACTICE MATERIALS FOR GERMAN EXAMS

Day 6
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Day 6

I woke up at 11am this morning, but I am lucky that no one from the HR department even noticed it (maybe they have forgotten me already?) Well, I finished all the youtube videos by Ida last night. Would the teachers at the Goethe-Institut be as nice as her? Ida has become my reason to strive. My new goal: Take and pass a German Exam!

1 hour later
The best way to prepare for the exam is of course visit the Goethe-Library. But now I am grounded at home, so let’s explore what is available on the Goethe website. Not bad! Online practice materials from A1 to C2! I am impressed!
3 hours later
Now I have a clearer picture of the German exam. Each exam consists of Reading, Listening, Writing and Oral. It won’t be easy for me to digest all the information in one go. Maybe I should go digest a piece of pizza instead? And wait, maybe a nap on the sofa would help me regain my energy…zzzZZ


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