B1 INTERMEDIATE is one of the most common second level German courses. It's a distinguished intermediate language class for people who want to take on the same amount of confidence that comes from having already learned a second language. The B1 is the third level of the German language exam, and this is where you will find people who have started learning German on a very basic level. They are just beginning to learn grammar and vocabulary by themselves, and they will be looking for more advanced exercises.
German B1 is the first level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). You'll be able to use the language to communicate and interact with the people around you. There are 6 objectives in this level and they focus on grammar, vocabulary, listening comprehension, reading comprehension and writing skills. A B1 Intermediate is the next step towards reaching that goal – it doesn't matter where you start, but where you finish in life. This level is harder than a B2/B2, but it's also quite challenging, so not everybody finishes at this level.