Handbuch zur deutschen Grammatik
This intermediate, modular approach to German grammar serves as both a reference handbook and a practice manual. There are a total of thirty chapters. The twenty-four regular chapters provide a presentation of new information, followed by material for oral and written practice including: Grammatik (grammar), Worschatz (vocabulary), Übungen (exercises, self-, and small-group practice), Anwendung (application, in-class group activities), Schriftliche Themen (writing topics), and Zusammenfassung (summary). The six remaining reference chapters consist of grammar presentations through explanations, models, and charts; and Übersicht (summary).
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Present Perfect Tense
Definite Articles and DerWords Indefinite Articles and EinWords
Cases and Declensions
Simple Past Tense Past Perfect Tense
Adjectival Nouns Participial Modifiers
Personal Indefinite and Demonstrative Pronouns
Questions and Interrogatives
DaCompounds Uses of Es
Indirect Discourse Subjunctive I
Imperative Mood Commands
Reflexive Pronouns Reflexive Verbs Selbst and Selber Einander
Comparative and Superlative
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