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 Pauline Mandari - Feedbooks
An informative guide on how to speak modern Swahili written by native speaker. Learn to speak Swahili that is spoken by many people right now. The book contains greetings, colors, telling time, people, numbers, animals, food and simple conversations.
by Helen Fryer - Project Gutenberg
This book will help those who, having forgotten the lessons in grammar which they received at school, find some difficulty in learning Esperanto from the existing textbooks. It will be useful not only for solitary students, but also for class work.
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