English Grammar for Students of Spanish: The Study Guide for Those Learning Spanish
Olivia and Hill Press, 2003 - Foreign Language Study - 210 pages
Fifth edition of this popular self-study guide for students of German. Each chapter covers a grammar point: i.e., a part of speech (noun, verb, pronoun), a word's function in a sentence (ex. subject, direct object, indirect object), a grammatical term (tense, conjugation, declension, gender). Each chapter is divided into two sections. 1. In English: grammar is explained as it relates to English, anticipating concepts necessary for German. 2. In German: grammar is explained as it relates to German, with examples and explanations of the rules applied. Points out similarities, differences, and alerts students to pitfalls. Study Tips: how to learn vocabulary, memorize verb conjugations.... Downloads available: 1. Review booklet with Answer key 2. Correlations to popular 1st year college German textbooks indicating the pages to be read in preparation for each lesson. Part of the O&H Study Guide series for students of foreign languages. Experience has shown that students using the O&H German Study Guide improve their performance in German grammar thanks to a better understanding of English grammar. Teachers can devote more class time to developing communicative skills.
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Review: English Grammar for Students of Spanish: The Study Guide for Those Learning SpanishUser Review - Andrew Felts - Goodreads
A useful concise grammar guide that first gives the grammatical terms and explanation in terms of English grammar and then explains the equivalent in Spanish, and also points out where there are ... Read full review
Review: English Grammar for Students of Spanish: The Study Guide for Those Learning SpanishUser Review - Lafcadio - Goodreads
This book would have been nice to read earlier than I did. When your spanish teacher is demanding that you say something in the past perfect participle, it's not that you don't know the spanish words ... Read full review
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