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German for reading

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        StatementFocus, an imprint of Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.
        PublishersFocus, an imprint of Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.
        LC Classifications2015
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 69 p. :
        Number of Pages94
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10158510745X
        To the student Acknowledgments Cognates definition Nouns recognition, gender, and cognate patterns Nouns formation of the plural forms Compound nouns Cognates partially similar meanings False cognates Verbs cognates Verbs partial and false cognates Present tense verb endings; personal pronouns Es gibt, es ist, es sind Reading: Die geographie Deutschlands Word order basic structure of German sentences Future tense werden Adjectives cognates, agreement, comparison Adverbs Reading: Andere deutschsprachige Länder Case of the noun Past tense of weak verbs Past tense of haben, sein and werden Reading: Deutsche Kultur Prepositions genitive case Prepositions dative case Prepositions accusative case Prepositions dative/accusative Infinitival phrases Reading: Deutschland gestern, heute und morgen Personal pronouns declension Modal auxiliary verbs present tense Modals idiomatic meanings Wissen, kennen Reading: From Franz Kafka: Hochzeisvorbereitungen auf dem Lande ; From Friedrich Nietzsche: Der Antichrist Comparison of adjectives Comparison of adverbs Adjectives used as nouns Uses of man Reading: From Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Widerstand un ergebung Interrogative and relative pronouns wer and was The interrogatives wann, warum, wie, wo, welch-, and was für ein Separable verb prefixes Inseparable verb prefixes meanings Reading: Sigmund Freud: Das Unbehagen in der Kultur; From Heinrich Heine: Gedanken und Einfälle Past tense of strong verbs and werden Past tense of modals and wissen Reading: From Karl Marx: Das Kapital Coordinating conjunctions Subordinating conjunctions Reading: From Freidrich Engels: Die lage der arbeitenden Klasse in England (1845) Past tense of irregular weak verbs conjugation The genitive case review Reading: From Otto von Bismarck: Aus Erklärungen in der budgetkommission; Aus einer reichstagsrede Relative pronouns der and welcher declension and usage Welcher, welche, welches as relative pronouns Wer, was, and wo used as relatives Da- and wo- compounds Reading: From Max Weber: Die Erbschaft Bismarcks Past participles recognition The present perfect tense recognition, meaning, and word order The past perfect tense recognition and meaning Modals past participles, conjugation in the present perfect and past perfect tenses Reading: From Oswald Spengler: Jahre der Entscheidung Gedanken Double infinitive construction Reflexive verbs and pronouns The intensive pronouns selbst and selber Special uses of the dative Reading: From Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf; From Erich Kästner: Das Führerproblem genetisch betrachtet Der words s Der as a demonstrative pronoun Other demonstratives Reading: From Albert Schweitzer: Zwischen Wasser und Urwald Possessive adjectives Possessives used as predicate adjectives or as pronouns Reading: From Erich Maria Remarque: Im Westen nichts Neues Indefinite pronouns and adjectives Special uses of the genitive Reading: From Karl Jaspers: Die atombombe und die Zukunft des menschen Modified participial constructions Absolute participial constructions Reading: From Albert Schweitzer: Die Ehrfurcht vor dem Leben The future tense conjugation, word order, modals The future perfect tense conjugation, word order Reading: From Wenher von Braun: Erste Fahrt zum Mond Passive voice Use of modals in the passive The impersonal passive Constructions translated by an English passive The apparent or statal passive Reading: From Carl Gustav Jung: Ein moderner Mythus The subjunctive definition of the subjunctive mood and the formation of the present tense verb forms The subjunctive formation of the past tense verb forms of strong, weak, and irregular verbs The present and past tense verb forms of the modals and the verbs wissen, haben, sein, and werden The subjunctive formation of the compound tenses Reading: From Heinrich Heine: Zur Geschichte der Religion und philosophie in Deutschland; From Immanuel Kant: Was ist aufklärung? The subjunctive present time The subjunctive past time Reading from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Faust Subjunctive statements with the modals Indirect discourse definition, meaning Modals in indirect discourse active and passive voice Reading: From Hugo von Hofmannsthal: Der Rosenkavalier Additional uses of the subjunctive Imperative forms The uses of werden Reading: From Rudolf Walter Leonhardt: X-mal Deutschland Appendices. Glossary of grammatical terms Pronunciation guide Numerals Vocabulary Index.

        German for Reading presupposes no previous acquiantance with German and can be used with equal effectiveness by graduate students in the arts and sciences who are preparing to pass a reading knowledge examination, or by undergraduates who are beginning to deal seriously with the problems of reading. Its programmed format permits it to be used either as a classroom text or by individuals working on their own. The second edition builds on strengths of the first while updating outdated terminology, removing terms and phrases no longer in use, and incorporating many revisions made in light of suggestions from readers -- From back cover. File Size: 1MB.

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