About the "Easy German Reading"-book:Learn German with Miss Hasenfuss! Miss Hasenfuss is a woman like no other. She snaps her fingers - and something magical happens. V2 in this series focuses entirely on German word order. It is so different to English, Spanish or French word order, that nearly all beginner make a lot of mistakes.UPDATE 2017: Correct link to audio files!"Als ich im Urlaub war" (...
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Publication Date: July 11, 2016
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on holiday) is an eBook for A1-A2 German learners who find grammar difficult, have gaps in their knowledge or simply don’t enjoy learning it (but know they need to learn it anyway!). The book includes mnemonics (ways of memorising topics) for sentence structure and other grammatical structures, which are repeated throughout so you can’t forget them.Learn German better and more efficiently with this fun eBook! Even German grammar can be fun when there’s magic involved.What’s inside:The eBook contains 5 chapters, each focusing on one of the following grammatical themes:Hauptsätze (main sentences)Verb-II-Position (zuerst, dann, danach)difference: als-wenn-wannNebensätze (subordinates)Adjectives: Perfekt (German Past Tense)The eBook comes with:Exercises, so you can practise using the grammar you learn aboutAudio recording of the eBookextensive German/German and German/English glossary to aid understandingThe German word order is really annoying to learn. We automatically translate word by word. However, this doesn't work at all. Unfortunately, Germans assume that your German is really bad if you don't stick to the Verb-II position. Many German learners make mistakes here. In order to speak good German, the German word order is much more important than declination of adjectives or other grammar points.