German Language Course
Publisher: Wikibooks 2006
Number of pages: 210
Level I is aimed at junior high and high school students. However, it can also be used by others just beginning to learn to speak or read German. Level II emphasises grammar, and assumes a greater knowledge of English grammar more typical of an older high school or a college student. Level III, which requires even more knowledge of English, is for college students, preferably for sophomores or juniors.
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by Max Walter, Carl Krause - C. Scribner's sons
The purpose of this introductory book is to initiate the learner into the language of everyday life as well as into the literary language, thereby insuring a realistic vocabulary. The work is an outgrowth of actual classroom experience.
by Zsuzsanna Abrahms - University of Texas at Austin
Deutsch im Blick, used increasingly by students and teachers, includes videos recorded vocabulary lists, phonetic lessons, online grammar lessons with self-correcting exercises and audio dialogues, online grammar tools, and diagnostic grammar tests.
by Howard Martin - University of Wisconsin
This textbook guides a learner who has no previous German experience to gain the ability to accurately understand formal written German prose. You will also need access to a comprehensive German-English dictionary to succeed with this material.
by Charles F. Kroeh
This Reader affords the student a certain amount of experience in reading scientific German. The selections consist of fundamental definitions, descriptions, processes and problems of Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Physics and Chemistry.