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Colloquial German

2nd Edition

By Dietlinde Hatherall, Glyn Hatherall

Routledge – 2009 – 356 pages

Series: Colloquial Series

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Description

‘If you want to get to grips with any of the [European] languages, Routledge’s Colloquial series is the best place you could start.’Rough Guide to Europe

Specially written by experienced teachers for self-study or class use, the course offers you a step-by-step approach to written and spoken German. No prior knowledge of the language is required.

What makes this new edition of Colloquial German your best choice in personal language learning?

  • Interactive – lots of exercises for regular practice.
  • Clear – concise grammar notes.
  • Practical – useful vocabulary and pronunciation guide.
  • Complete – including answer key and reference section.

Whether you're a business traveller, or about to take up a daring challenge in adventure tourism, you may be studying to teach or even looking forward to a holiday - if you'd like to get up and running with German this rewarding course will take you from complete beginner to confidently putting your language skills to use in a wide range of everyday situations

Reviews

'The individual learner - and I have tested this on a mature student who has looked at a wide range of self-learning courses - gets an excellent deal: the course is reasonably priced, the tone is not patronising, guidance is sufficient while not overdoing instructions in German …The grammar tackled is particularly accessible, the vocabulary mostly that of in daily life.' Dr Ulrike Zitzlsperger, Exeter University

Contents

1. A first taste of German 2. A little shopping 3. Asking the way 4. A place to stay 5. Eating out 6. Round the clock 7. Seeing the sights 8. Getting to know you 9. The recent past 10. Where it all began 11. Home and work 12. The story so far 13. Making a date 14. Music has charms 15. Time out 16. Off to the doctor's 17. No bones broken 18. Cashing a cheque 19. Making comparisons 20. Looking back…and forwards Key to exercises Translations German-English glossary Grammar index

Name: Colloquial German: 2nd Edition (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: By Dietlinde Hatherall, Glyn Hatherall. ‘If you want to get to grips with any of the [European] languages, Routledge’s Colloquial series is the best place you could start.’ – Rough Guide to Europe Specially written by experienced teachers for self-study...
Categories: German, General Language Reference, Languages of Western Europe, Language Teaching & Learning