Learning German with Mnemonics

BOOKS
LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

1.
Peter Heinrich
Learning German with Mnemonics

This eBook applies highly efficient memory techniques to the learning of German grammar.
Besides learning the crucial German grammar rules you will be learning very efficient mnemonic techniques which will help you to REMEMBER these rules in a very powerful way. More than 50 colored mnemonic images and illustrations will simplify your memorization of grammar rules.
In sophisticated exercises you will EXPERIENCE the efficiency of these memory techniques. Work sheets can be downloaded for free after you have purchased the eBook.

Here is the grammar which will be treated in this eBook:

Gender words, the system of adjective endings, prepositions with accusative case, prepositions with dative case, two-way-prepositions, verbs and their complements (which case or preposition does a verb use?), irregular verbs (how to remember the ablauts!), mnemonic vocab learning, perfect tense (which auxiliary verb must be used?).

In the free downloadable appendix you will find more then 300 critical verbs with mnemonic example sentences, that is, sentences which provide you efficient memory triggers for ablauts or certain prepositions which some verbs use.

The techniques in this eBook have been developed during about three years of every day work in classrooms of German as a foreign language. The author has many more years of teaching experience.

2.
P. Graves, H. Strutz
Learn German the Fast and Fun Way, 3 edition

Updated with helpful facts and tips for international travelers, this new third editions of Learn German the Fast and Fun Way is suitable as language teaching book for adults as well as for older children. It instructs beginners in the basics of reading, writing, understanding, and speaking German. The book lightens language-learning routines with cartoon-style illustrations, language games, and puzzles. A set of vocabulary flashcards and a small staple-bound bilingual dictionary booklet are bound into the book’s spine and can be easily removed for supplementary use.

3.
Alex Maxwell
Learn German FAST! 48 Hours to Learning German (But Not Mastering it)

Learn Basic German language in 48 hours!

48 Hours to Learn German: The Essentials of German for Business and Travel will teach you everything you need to get around in Germany, Switzerland, Austria or anywhere else where German is spoken! Using this guide, you can master the basics in a short amount of time and be prepared for many of the situations that you will encounter on your trip. Whether you are going to a German speaking country for business or pleasure, this book can help you get your bearings.

4.
Edward Swick
Learn German in a Hurry: Grasp the Basics of German Schnell!

Bratwurst and Oktoberfest are just the beginning! Interest in Germany’s rich food, history, and culture has led a wave of travel in the country since the end of WWII. “Learn German in a Hurry” is the perfect pocket language primer for a student travelling abroad, a professional on a business trip, or someone who wants to converse with her German-speaking Granddad! Complete with introductions to verbs, grammar, phrases, and plenty of vocabulary to get readers through, this is an ideal language survival guide.

5.
Edward Swick
German Conversation Demystified

Unlock the riddle of speaking and interacting in German

German Demystified provides you with a solid foundation for building conversation skills in that language. You can go at your own pace as you are guided through the fundamentals of communicating in German. Organized around everyday themes such as meeting people, making plans, and talking on the phone each chapter features an in-depth dialog presented both in the book and on the audio, coverage of essential communication skills (such as asking a question or making comparisons), review of key grammar points, and written and verbal activities to reinforce new communication skills.

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Comments: 11
  1. Евгений Самко
    Евгений Самко

    а в каких местах/торрентах вы ищете книги? аж любопытно стало

  2. Fauve Rouget
    Fauve Rouget

    Je poste des livres dans tous les domaines. Il n’y en a pas un qui soit privilégié.

    1. Alee Mamadzhanoff
      Alee Mamadzhanoff

      Fauve, merci!

      1. Fauve Rouget
        Fauve Rouget

        Alee, de rien, je vous en prie.

    2. Ad Prasad
      Ad Prasad

      Fauve, Je na comprehen pa

      1. Fauve Rouget
        Fauve Rouget

        Ad, qu’est-ce que vous ne comprenez pas ?

  3. Ignacio Almandoz
    Ignacio Almandoz

    don’t be fooled by the book covers: learning to speak takes years (for children and adults). In a few days you can just try to memorize phrases and words. That is “parroting”, not language acquisition.

    1. Elvis Souza
      Elvis Souza

      Ignacio, yes,that is correct but at least we can start knowing a new language.hugs

  4. Alexandra Arakin
    Alexandra Arakin

    Wow! Amazing collection!👍

  5. Ignacio Almandoz
    Ignacio Almandoz

    yes, Elvis, you can start knowing a language this way. But usually our goal is to become speakers and I don’t think we can become speakers if we put a lot of time into memorizing hundreds of phrases – which is actually not easy at all. I believe that a much efficient approach is: becoming readers, becoming good at reading leads to speech fluency much better than if you start memorizing phrases.

  6. Ignacio Almandoz
    Ignacio Almandoz

    so, this books might be good or entertaining for some people, but they won’t make you a good reader in the target language because for that we just need lots of easy books that we can enjoy.

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