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What verbs should I know for level A2 exam?

The Goethe Institute publishes word lists for the different language levels, e.g. the GOETHE-ZERTIFIKAT A2 WORTLISTE: Unfortunately, it's not only verbs, but all vocabulary.
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What is the difference between lingoda German (A1 to c1 ) certificate and Goethe-Zertifikat?

You should prefer the certificates offered by the Goethe-Institute. The acceptance of a language certificate really depends on the company or university, especially concerning the level. Ask before ...
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Finding out how many German words I do know

Here's a German vocab test site very similar to the one in the question: https://wortschatz.tk/ Sounds like what you're looking for.
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Expectations and milestones in German language learning at different levels

I don't believe that this question is specific to German, or to any language in particular. Yet these proficiency levels at least roughly compare among languages as they are meant to describe just ...
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Going from Goethe C1 to Goethe C2 for ETHz in 4 months

If you really are at level C1 [1], you should go for the C1 exam. This is because moving from C1 to C2 is arguably the biggest step between two consecutive CEFR levels. In an answer to the question ...
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Is there a standard Goethe level to get a job teaching at a German university?

I think there are no formal requirements as a Goethe Certificate. The following is a typical example. Quote: Gute Sprachkenntnisse in Deutsch und Englisch werden vorausgesetzt. Perhaps you should ...
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What verbs should I know for level A2 exam?

It is the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages which defines and describes what it means to have A2 level competence in any language. However, the framework does not list vocabulary (...
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What verbs should I know for level A2 exam?

You can find lists of words (in general, not only verbs) in some of the textbooks that are available for learning German at level A1/A2 by various publishing houses. However, as these are not ...
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Looking for graded vocabulary lists

I guess you are looking for: Wortschatz, Grundwortschatz or Basiswortschatz. These terms are used in the context of educating German at school, usually at primary school. Here is an example from ...
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Is there a standard Goethe level to get a job teaching at a German university?

Note: This might not address the question as stated in the title, but it may help with the underlying problem, which I understand to be “What is an adequate level of German to teach at a German ...
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German certificates - level of difficulty?

The relevant levels of language ability according to the Common European Framework of Reference are C2, C1, and B2, with C2 being the hardest, and B2 the easiest. So "Goethe-Zertifikat C 2 (Goethe)" ...
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How hard is it to score DSH 2?

As can be read here, DSH2 means a fluency level of "C1", which means being able to read long complex texts, recognizing implicitly given meanings, speak fluently, etc. (There is only one better level, ...
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Which tests of German language knowledge are best accepted in the business world?

According to Europäischer Referenzrahmen there is not much choice: Goethe-Institute or TELC The latter is not very well-known yet, so I would settle for Goethe-Institut. Their tests are also ...
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What are some online practice exams to assess one’s level?

Here you have an entire B2 mock exam: https://www.goethe.de/de/spr/kup/prf/prf/gb2/ue9.html
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Which tests of German language knowledge are best accepted in the business world?

These tests/the resulting certifications all have international recognition, and as such they must be accepted in both Germany and Austria. (Also, once you have passed a test, the certification is ...
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What’s the best way to actually test yourself in German?

The Goethe institute offers official tests which certify you whatever level of German you test for: https://www.goethe.de/ins/de/en/prf.html They also offer a guide and an online test on how to judge ...
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Tips on writing a Forumsbeitrag for Goethe Zertifikat B2 Prüfung

I would not consider them to be distinct topics but rather a guideline of things that should be covered in this exam, since it's one base topic. They can easily overlap, but this is no bad thing, when ...
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Is there a standard Goethe level to get a job teaching at a German university?

There is usually no formal requirements for university staff on language proficiency other than what the job offer / job description says. Often, though, a full professor is required to give undergrad ...
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Looking for graded vocabulary lists

While I understand, that this is not what you ask for, others coming across the question may be interested: I never heard something of something corresponding to your 12 levels. The closest I'm aware ...
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How long does it take to correct the Zertifikat Deutsch exam?

It depends on the instituition you take the test at. Goethe-Institut Ungarn, for example says three weeks after the written exam until you know your grades and 30 days for getting the printed exam ...
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