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German Grammar Made Easy

By Lisa Kahlen

Routledge – 2005 – 270 pages

Series: Grammar Made Easy

Purchasing Options:

  • Paperback:
    978-0-07-146098-9
    November 24th 2005
    Out-of-print
  • Add to CartPack - Book & CD: $38.95
    978-0-340-90496-1
    November 25th 2005

Description

The Grammar Made Easy series is ideal for beginners wanting to advance quickly and effortlessly to a higher level and for intermediate students wishing to consolidate their grammar skills. It is designed to guide the learner through the language in plain English, demystifying terms such as 'conjunction' and 'preposition'.

The books consist of seven units that present basic grammar topics in an accessible and non-patronising manner.

The interactive CD-ROM provides extensive interactive grammar practice, it contains around 220 activities (those included in the book plus extra ones) covering all the language in German Grammar Made Easy. Learners work at their own pace and move through the different sections with ease.

Numerous grammar tips are at hand if needed. All the correct answers will be recorded so that learners can practise their listening and pronunciation skills.

The CD-ROM can be used with the book or on its own as a revision tool.

The exercises from the CD-ROM are also available on line through the companion website.

Contents

Introduction
A simple guide to the parts of speech
1. Verbs
2. Nouns and Determiners
3. Pronouns
4. Adjectives
5. Adverbs
6. Prepositions
Common irregular verbs
Pronunciation
Answers

Author Bio

Lisa Kahlen is German Lecturer at the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde.

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Description: By Lisa Kahlen. The Grammar Made Easy series is ideal for beginners wanting to advance quickly and effortlessly to a higher level and for intermediate students wishing to consolidate their grammar skills. It is designed to guide the learner through the language in plain...
Categories: German, Language Teaching & Learning, Languages of Western Europe