German Made Simple

German Made Simple

eBook - 1965
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Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday [1965]
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 192 p. 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Geiger, Adolph


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Jun 04, 2014

The chapters of the book follow an American businessman who is learning German for an upcoming trip to Munich. Each chapter consists of a story about the businessman (both in German and with the English translations), a vocabulary list, and grammar explanations. The chapters cover a variety of topics and hold the reader's interest. The vocabulary is varied and relevant. The grammar explanations are easy to understand. This book is all "meat" - it doesn't have any fluff, which I something that I like. I'd recommend it both as an introductory book as well as a review book for those who have already had some German.


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