A Grammar and Workbook
Routledge – 2004 – 176 pages
Series: Grammar Workbooks
Intermediate German is designed for learners who have achieved basic proficiency and now wish to progress to more complex language. Each of the units combines concise grammar explanations with examples and exercises to help build confidence and fluency.
Suitable for students learning with or without a teacher, Intermediate German, together with its sister volume, Basic German, forms a structured course of the essentials of German grammar.
1. 20 Essential Tips for Intermediate Students of German 2. Spelling and Punctuation 3. Nouns (Genders, Plurals) 4. The Cases in German 5. Questions 6. Tenses in German - Overview 7. Present Tense 8. Perfect Tense 9. Imperfect 10. Plusquamperfect 11. Future Tenses 12. Modal Verbs 13. Separable, Inseparable Verbs 14. Reflexive Verbs 15. Verbs and Prepositions 16. The Passive Voice 17. Adjectival Endings 18. Comparisons and Superlative etc. 19. Prepositions and Cases 20. Numbers, Dates and Times 21. Sentence Structure / Clauses 22. Relative Clauses 23. Infinitive Clauses 24. Subjunctive 25. Reported Speech
Heiner Schenke is Senior Lecturer of German at the University of Westminster and has written a number of language books. Anna Miell is University Lecturer in German at the University of Westminster and at Trinity College of Music in Greenwich.