This time Jan is visiting a school that offers an unusual idea for a German project. He asks the pupils why they are learning German on top of their mother tongue, and what they want to do later in life.
Vladimir, Yen–Li and Gülseren answer Jan's questions
Jan comes up with a report from a school that consists 80 percent of immigrants and presents them with an unusual German project. There he meets Vladimir, Yen–Lin and Gülseren who report about their experiences with two different languages and their difficulties in learning German.
The professor goes easy on listeners this time and limits himself to a short grammar lesson. He explains temporal phrases with the conjunction "bevor", which marks an event in the past.