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Basic German (Practice Makes Perfect) (Bilingual)
Basic German (Practice Makes Perfect) (Bilingual)
著者名 Wochenske, Jolene
出版社 : McGraw-Hill
出版年月 : 2011/05
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780071634700

BookWeb価格 : MYR 52.00
会員価格 : MYR 46.80

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言語 : German
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内容情報
Source: GER
Academic Descriptors: A20323000
Place of Publication: United States
Continuations: Monograph Series,any number
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Review:
Phoenix Public Library Holdings (Internal Code for CLS)
Table of Contents
 
Preface                                            vii
I
  1 The alphabet and pronunciation                 3  (4)
  2 Vowel combinations (diphthongs) and            7  (4)
  consonant combinations
  3 Noun cases, Definite and indefinite articles   11 (4)
  4 Nouns-gender and definite articles, Things     15 (6)
  in nature
  5 Nouns-gender and indefinite articles,          21 (4)
  School and office supplies
II
  6 Compound nouns                                 25 (2)
  7 Noun plurals - In the house, Numbers           27 (4)
  8 Personal pronouns, Spielen                     31 (4)
  9 Case and pronoun review, Schenken              35 (4)
  10 Possessive pronouns, Family                   39 (6)
III
  11 Reflexive pronouns, Body parts                45 (4)
  12 Demonstrative pronouns                        49 (2)
  13 Indefinite pronouns                           51 (4)
  14 Interrogative pronouns: who? what? which?     55 (4)
  how many/much?
  15 Adjectives                                    59 (6)
IV
  16 Comparative and superlative adjectives        65 (4)
  17 Noun phrases Food: vegetables, fruit, meat    69 (4)
  and fish, Drinks
  18 Present tense, Common regular verbs           73 (4)
  19 Irregular verbs (strong verbs)                77 (4)
  20 Separable- and inseparable-prefix verbs       81 (6)
V
  21 The irregular verb haben, Animals             87 (4)
  22 The irregular verb sein, Professions          91 (4)
  23 Werden, Future tense, More professions        95 (4)
  24 Helping verbs (modal auxiliaries)             99 (2)
  25 Wissen and kennen, In the city                101(6)
VI
  26 Reflexive verbs                               107(4)
  27 Imperative verbs (commands), Food and         111(4)
  drink again
  28 The present perfect, Activities around the    115(4)
  house
  29 The simple past                               119(6)
  30 The past perfect                              125(4)
VII
  31 The future tense, Future time expressions     129(4)
  32 The future perfect                            133(2)
  33 The passive, Chores, Adverbs of time          135(4)
  34 Subjunctive II                                139(4)
  35 Subjunctive I                                 143(4)
VIII
  36 Adverbs, Interrogative pronouns               147(6)
  37 Prepositions-accusative                       153(4)
  38 Prepositions-dative                           157(4)
  39 Prepositions-genitive, Geography              161(2)
  40 Prepositions-accusative/dative, Furniture     163(6)
IX
  41 Da- and wo- compounds                         169(2)
  42 Word order-statements and questions           171(6)
  43 Word order-coordinating conjunctions          177(2)
  44 Word order-subordinate clauses                179(4)
  45 Infinitive phrases-zu                         183(2)
  46 Cardinal and ordinal numbers, The             185(6)
  calendar: months, seasons, days of the week
Answer key                                         191
 

This title helps to learn German in bite-sized lessons! The key to "Practice Makes Perfect: Basic German" is how manageable the grammar and vocabulary are presented to you. You're not overwhelmed by it all! Supported by engaging exercises, these 50 units cover all aspects of grammar and vocabulary, giving you a solid foundation in the language. Each unit is three pages in length, and you can expect to be completed with each in 10 to 15 minutes. This title features key grammatical concepts and core vocabulary that are absorbed almost effortlessly through exercises and flexibility for self-study or as a complement to your first-year class.Ready-to-use code is available for download.Designed for Easy Learning, this title features the following: Key Skills & Concepts - Chapter-opening lists of specific skills covered in the chapter; Ask the Expert - Q&A sections filled with bonus information and helpful tips; Try This - Hands-on exercises that show you how to apply your skills; Notes - Extra information related to the topic being covered; Tips - Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things; Cautions - Errors and pitfalls to avoid; and, Annotated Syntax - Example code with commentary that describes the programming techniques being illustrated.

Contents
1 C++ Fundamentals 2 Introducing Data Types and Operators 3 Program Control Statements 4 Arrays and Pointers 5 Introducing Functions 6 A Closer Look at Functions 7 More Data Types and Operators 8 Classes and Objects 9 A Closer Look at Classes 10 Inheritance, Virtual Functions, and Polymorphism 11 The C++ I/O System 12 ExeceptionsExceptionsr> 13 Templates and Concepts 14 Namespaces, RTTI, and Other Advanced Features Appendix A: The C++ Preprocessor Appendix B: Answerson Investment Ch 12. Quantifying the Benefits