by Max Walter, Carl Krause
Publisher: C. Scribner's sons 1912
Number of pages: 274
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.
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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.
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.
Level I is aimed at junior high and high school students. Level II emphasises grammar, and assumes a greater knowledge of English grammar. Level III, which requires even more knowledge of English, is for college students, sophomores or juniors.
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.