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Learning German through Storytelling: Des Spielers Tod - a detective story for German language learners (includes exercises) for intermediate and advanced 4th 版, Kindle版
In a seedy internet café the dead body of a teenager is found. What caused his death? Did he die from exhaustion or was it murder? Help Kommissar Baumgartner and his colleague Katharina Momsen unravel this mystery and improve your vocabulary along the way!
Why brood over grammar sheets and lifeless workbooks when you can be entertained and learn natural German along the way
This book contains:
* includes vocabulary with difficult and important words translated to English
* ready for on-demand translation (only available on physical Kindle devices)
* includes exercises for comprehension training
* hand-drawn illustrations by the author
- ASIN : B00A9S263C
- 出版社 : learnoutlive.com; 第4版 (2012/11/18)
- 発売日 : 2012/11/18
- 言語 : ドイツ語
- ファイルサイズ : 855 KB
- 同時に利用できる端末数 : 無制限
- Text-to-Speech（テキスト読み上げ機能） : 有効
- X-Ray : 有効にされていません
- Word Wise : 有効にされていません
- 本の長さ : 77ページ
- Amazon 売れ筋ランキング: - 21,877位洋書 (の売れ筋ランキングを見る洋書)
I bought the entire series for my boyfriend so he can practice his German; I had him first read a chapter aloud and then translate it sentence by sentence. We skipped the tests as I was focussing him on getting used to speaking and translating, but from a glance they were concentrating on useful parts of understanding the story correctly and getting the grammar right.
The stories are compelling and really funny, the characters and cases would not be out of place in a Tatort episode. Both of us really enjoyed reading about Baumgartners antics, and the stories touch on very German parts of life that gave me a great opportunity to explain some everyday aspects about German culture.
The dialogue is written the way real Germans would actually talk to each other, with appropriate colloquialisms and realistic responses. The chapters are a good length as well.
The level of writing is definitely advanced, especially because of the colloquialisms, but not too complicated. For all learners I would recommend to have a native German speaker on hand to explain some quirks of the German language or culture – for example the Germans make extensive use of filler words that can be quite confusing for English speakers.
Some quite specific words that I would have expected to be in the vocabulary lists were not included, but of course these days with a smartphone on hand you can always have an additional dictionary ready.
Absolutely worth every penny. Great way to learn some real German.
The stories are quite short which I like as it gives a feeling of achieving progress as you can get through each book quite quickly. They are reasonably funny too, but aren't likely to win too many literary awards.
A fantastic way to expand your German language skills though.