The B1 level in German corresponds to an intermediate level of proficiency according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). At the B1 level, learners are expected to have a solid foundation in the language and be able to communicate in a variety of everyday situations. The specific learning objectives for German B1 include:

• Understand and respond to conversations, interviews, and announcements on familiar topics.
• Read and comprehend moderately complex texts, such as news articles and simple literary works.
• Engage in conversations, express opinions, and present information on various subjects.
• Write personal letters, emails, and short texts about familiar topics and experiences.
• Expand grammar knowledge and vocabulary to express ideas more accurately.
• Develop cultural awareness of German-speaking societies and demonstrate cultural sensitivity in communication.