Hammer's German Grammar and Usage

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McGraw-Hill, 2002 - Foreign Language Study - 571 pages
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This much-awaited new edition of Hammer's German Grammar and Usage--the pre-eminent, most authoritative German grammar reference in the English language--has been extensively revised with new German spelling changes and new usage examples. Instead of getting bogged down in idealized rules, Professor Durrell focuses on how Germans really speak. Included are clear and concise explanations, many examples from everyday life, and comprehensive cross-referencing and indexing.

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I used this book during my preparations to move to Germany. I later gave that edition to a friend who moved there after we had returned. Now I want my daughter in high school German to be able to use ... Read full review

Contents

Case
34
Personal pronouns
49
The articles
64
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Martin Durrell is Professor of German at the University of Manchester.

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