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German 2001 continues to develop the four language skills in a cultural context. It also reviews and expands upon the basic grammar covered in first-year German classes. By the end of this course you should have: increased your ability to communicate about topics of general interest orally and in writing; gained greater competence in German grammar; broadened your active and passive vocabulary; learned to read texts of various genres; and enhanced your knowledge of cultural issues.The prerequisite for this course is German 1002 or German 1110 at UGA, the equivalent at another university, or placement by exam.
Satisfies Core Area IV (World Languages and Culture).