This exam course is for continuing Saturday School students who have already met the entrance requirements. German language competency required to enroll in DSDI Exam Course: Understanding: The student should be able to understand any conversation relating to a Middle School or High School student’s field of experience (e.g. school, family, hobby, sport, pets, part time jobs, electronics, etc.). Speaking: The student should be able to express anything they want to say relating to a wide range of age-appropriate topics, e.g. school, family, hobby, part time jobs, electronics, etc. The language learner should be able to talk about his/her own life und interests. He/she should be able to answer question in regards of these topics. Reading: The student should be able to read, understand, and answer questions about texts relating to age- appropriate topics. Writing: The student should be able to repeat statements of classmates, peers, or from a text in his/her own words. (Conjunctive I is not expected at this skill level). The student should be able to state an opinion and justify it. The student should be able to describe his/her own experiences related to the topics in detail. Grammar: The student should be familiar with simple German sentence structure as well as relative sentences with pronouns, indirect questions. Infinitive with zu, pronouns, and superlative, adjective and adverbs should be in the student’s grammar repertoire. Conjunctive II haben, sein, werden, können, mögen, assumptions and requests as well as the tenses (past tense, past perfect, future I) should be familiar.