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Work and profession

Do you need to know German for your job? Our exercises about the world of work will help you. Practise technical vocabulary and get to know every-day working life in Germany.

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Exercises: A new country, a new job
German at work

Practise German for your job – free of charge! These exercises for skill levels A1 to B2 will show you what it’s like to work in Germany through interviews, films, and more. You’ll gain not only language skills, but also the answers to important cultural questions – for example: how many days of paid leave do people in Germany get?

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Mein Weg nach Deutschland

The web portal for immigrants, with German exercises (levels A1 to B2), videos and information about life in Germany in 30 languages.

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Online game
Undercover mission in the hospital

Would you like to get to know the work of a nurse in a hospital? Then help detective Miro Silvia find out who stole the crown jewels in the "Undercover-Mission im Krankenhaus".

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Arriving in the professional world

“Ankommen in der Berufswelt" provides information about starting a career in Germany. Mehmet, Mariia, Tristan, Yichun and Nhung provide insights into their experiences.

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Sag's mir

"Sag's mir" accompanies teens on a virtual internship week as they develop their professional skills, meet enthusiastic Germanists, and make friendships and professional connections.