German language 2

This course is part of the programme
Bachelor's study programme Slovene Studies (1st Level)

Objectives and competences

The aims of the course are similar to those of German Language 1, that is to develop all four types of the students’ linguistic skills, while focusing on developing their reading skills and acquiring vocabulary in the selected professional field.


Knowledge of the German language on a basic level required.


• Grammar (basic morphology and syntax): the students learn how to use basic grammatical units in texts
• Analysis and forming shorter texts in the German language covering various različnih topics
• Acquiring vocabulary on various topics
• Discussions of selected topics
• Analysis and interpretation of audio recordings and written texts
• Reading basic authentic professional texts and acquiring vocabulary covering various topics

Intended learning outcomes

Knowledge and understanding:
The students are able to understand basic grammatical structures and use them appropriately in speech and in writing. They are able to understand shorter authentic texts.


• Passwort Deutsch 1 – Lehr- und Übungsbuch (1-̶ 6). Založba: Klett.
• Passwort Deutsch 2 – Lehr- und Übungsbuch (1-̶ 6). Založba: Klett.
• Böhmer, M., Zoepfer Tassinari, U.: Il tedesco scientifico. Wissenschaftsdeutsch. Corso di
lettura, Bulzoni, Roma 1997
• N. Muster Čenčur: Nemška slovnica po naše; Cankarjeva založba, Ljubljana, 1998
• H. Dreyer, R. Schmitt: Lehr- und Übungsbuch der deutschen Grammatik; Max Huber
Verlag, München, 2002
• Paschke, Peter: Leggere il tedesco per gli studi umanistici. Principianti / Deutsch lesen in den
Geisteswissenschaften. Anfänger. Cafoscarina, Venezia 2007Slovarji nemškega jezika
• Dorothea Lévy-Hillerich, Elena Cickovska, Karmelka Baric: Mit deutsch. Studieren, arbeiten,
leben. Arcipelago Edizioni, 2009


The students take two mid-term tests. At the end of the semester, the students take a written and an oral examination. The students who pass both mid-term tests with the minimum result of 80 % are exempted from the written examination and can therefore only take the oral examination.

Lecturer's references

Tamara Vicman, Lecturer of the German language, teaches German at the University of Nova Gorica, at the School of Humanities. She also teaches general German language courses, as well as courses of German for specific purposes of different levels in Italy.