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The Everything German practice book: practical techniques to improve your speaking and writing skills

Author: Donley, Jeffrey Publisher: Adams Media, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 276 p. : Ill. ; 30 cm. includes CD-ROM / DVDISBN: 1593376189Type of document: BookNote: CD available inside back coverBibliography/Index: Includes index
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Book Europe Campus
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Print P1000 .GE D66 2006
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001218209
Available CD available inside back cover 001218209
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CD available inside back cover

Includes index

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The Everything German Practice Book Practical techniques to improve your speaking and writing skills Contents Top Ten Reasons to Practice Your German / viii Introduction / ix 1 2 3 The Article / 1 The Attributive Adjective 2 · Three Genders and Four Cases 4 · Cases in Action 8 · A Unique Group of Modifiers 9 · Agreement with Nouns 13 · Possessive Adjectives, Negations, and ein-words 16 · Characteristics of Adjectives 22 · Commonplace Usage 25 The Noun / 33 The Class with No Endings: Class I 34 · The Class with -e: Class II 37 · The Class with er: Class III 41 · The Declension with No Modification 43 · The "Combo-Declension," or Mixed Declension 48 · Unclassified Nouns 51 · Essential Elements of Nouns 54 · Nouns as Specific Things 54 · Masculine, Feminine, and Neuter Nouns 57 · Compound Nouns 60 · The Nominative Case in Action 61 · The Genitive Case in Action 62 · The Dative Case in Action 63 · The Accusative Case in Action 64 The Pronoun / 67 Pronouns: Gender 68 · Pronominal Compounds 72 · Reflexive Pronouns 73 · Verbs, Pronouns, and the Dative Case 75 · Pronouns: Reciprocal 77 · Possessive Pronouns 78 · Demonstrative Pronouns 79 · Asking Questions 81 · Asking "What kind of ... ?" 83 · Referring to Antecedents 83 · Three Classes of Pronouns 87 4 Prepositions, Adverbs, and Conjunctions / 93 Seven Important Prepositions Requiring the Accusative 94 · Eight Important Prepositions Requiring the Dative 96 · Nine Important Two Way Prepositions 98 · Five Important Prepositions Requiring the Genitive 104 · Three Important Prepositions Requiring zu + Infinitive 106 · Common Contractions of Prepositions with Definite Articles 107 · Adverbial Constructions 108 · Coordinating Conjunctions 111 · Subordinating Conjunctions 113 · Dependent Clauses 116 · The Three "Whens" 118 · Inverted Word Connections 119 5 The Adjective / 121 Adjectives With and Without Endings 122 · Unpreceded Adjectives 123 · Declining Weak Adjectives: Adjectives Preceded by der-words 125 · Mixed Adjectives: Adjectives Preceded by ein-words 127 · Adjectives as Nouns 129 · Adjectives vs. Adverbs 132 · Comparative Phrases 135 · Adjectives vs. Adverbs: Irregularity 135 · The Comparative and the Superlative È · Cardinal Numbers 141 · Telling Time 145 6 7 Verbs: Section A / 149 Three Irregular Verbs 150 · Two Major Groups of Verbs 159 · Direct Objects or No Direct Objects? 161 · Rules for Haben or Sein 164 · Tenses in Action 167 · Two Kinds of Prefixes 170 · Verbal Nouns 175 · Commands 177 · Six Verbs on Their Own 179 Verbs: Section B / 185 Is the Infinitive Required? 186 · Idiomatic Verbs in Action 192 · Wissen ("to know") and Lassen ("to let") 196 · Construction of Passive Verbs 201 · Possibility and Uncertainty 204 · Possibility in Action 210 · Two Conditional Tenses 214 Appendix A · Answer Key / 225 Appendix B · Verb Tables / 263 Index / 269

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