The German language basic level C1 is an advanced stage in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) classification. At the C1 level, learners have progressed beyond the intermediate stages (A1, A2, B1, B2) and have attained a high level of language proficiency. Here are the key characteristics of the German C1 level:
- Listening and Speaking: Learners can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, lectures, and speeches. They can follow complex arguments and discussions on various topics and can participate actively in debates and academic discussions.
- Reading: Learners can comprehend complex and lengthy texts, including academic and specialized literature, and grasp implicit meanings and detailed information.
- Writing: Learners can produce well-structured, detailed texts on complex subjects, expressing opinions and viewpoints in a clear and coherent manner.
- Vocabulary: Learners have an extensive vocabulary that allows them to communicate effectively in both familiar and unfamiliar contexts. They can use a wide range of expressions with precision and fluency.
- Grammar: At the C1 level, learners have a high level of grammatical accuracy and can use complex structures with confidence. They have a good command of various verb tenses and moods, indirect speech, and complex sentence constructions.
- Cultural Awareness: Learners at the C1 level have a deep understanding of the cultural nuances and norms of German-speaking countries, enabling them to communicate with native speakers on a wide range of topics.
- Independence: Learners are highly independent language users, able to express themselves fluently and spontaneously without much effort. They can adapt their language use to different situations and contexts.
At the C1 level, learners are considered to be advanced users of the German language. They can handle a wide range of complex communication tasks and are well-prepared for academic and professional settings. The C1 level sets the stage for the highest level of language proficiency, C2, where learners can achieve near-native fluency and interact with native speakers with ease.
What Will You Learn?
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- Create a diet that is perfect for your needs and lifestyle
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Getting Started & Brief
Introduction to the User Experience Course12:15
Getting started with your Adobe XD project05:15
Wireframing Low Fidelity
Wireframing (low fidelity) in Adobe XD06:20
Working with existing UI kits in Adobe XD16:10
Type, Color & Icon Introduction
Working with type in your XD wireframes08:16
Basic Colors & buttons in Adobe XD wireframes14:16
Prototyping a Website – Introduction
Prototyping & adding interactivity to Adobe XD11:55
Class project 02 – Prototype18:22
Symbols & Repeat Grids
Production Video – Left Nav04:12
Using the repeat grid in Adobe XD06:23