Schaum's Outline of German Grammar

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1996 - Foreign Language Study - 289 pages
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Designed to make the study of German grammar a lot easier, this edition of this popular book covers all the problem areas of the language: nouns and pronouns; articles; prepositions; adjectives and adverbs; verbs; numbers; and much more. The Third Edition features updated vocabulary, a new chapter on the sounds of German, clear explanations of grammar, and a subject index to make material more accessible.

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Elke Gschossman-Hendershot is an experienced teacher and author. She received her postgraduate work and has taught at Rutgers University in New Jersey and she is an associate professor of foreign languages at the State University College in Buffalo, New York.

Feuerle teaches at Montclair State College

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