Goethe Zertifikat A1 (Schreiben): Start Deutsch 1||Exam Analysis and TIPS (2/4)
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After covering the Lesen part in the previous video, we will take a look at the Schreiben part of the Goethe Zertifikat A1 exam. I will give you some tips about writing a short email or a letter in German and the formal way of writing them.
The first part is always about filling some forms with basic informations. In the second part, you have to write a small email or a letter.
“Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren” and “Mit freundlichen Grüßen” are used in the formal situations as a way of addressing people and then a sign off or closing.
For informal situations you can use: “Liebe/Lieber XXYY” and then “Viele Grüße/Liebe Grüße”.
Stay in touch for the Sprechen and the Hören part!
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