Lively and easy to use, with clear explanations, authentic examples, and visually appealing tables, "Essential German Grammar" combines a concise, introductory-level reference book with the review benefits of a workbook to provide students with a solid foundation in German. Distilling essential components of "Hammer's German Grammar & Usage," this versatile guide for beginning and intermediate learners features two-color tables to simplify learning; varied, study-friendly exercises for grammar consolidations; a glossary of grammatical terms; and much more.
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The description of German offered to the student is clear and accesible, but we are nevertheless not given a misleadingly simplistic and decontextualised picture of modern German. Essential German Grammer is eminently suitable for learning and revision purposes in the sixth form. It is an extremely well put together volume and can teach many teachers a thing or two and introduce some of them to a thoroughly modern approach to grammar and methodology. Association of Modern German Studies Website.About the Author:
Martin Durrell is Emeritus Professor at the University of Manchester.
Katrin Kohl is Fellow and Tutor in German at the University of Oxford.
Gudrun Loftus is Instructor in German at the Language Centre, University of Oxford.
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Book Description Routledge, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071413383
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