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German for Reading

Год выпуска: 1973
Автор: Karl C. Sandberg, John R. Wendel
Язык курса: Английский
Формат: PDF
Качество: Отсканированные страницы + слой распознанного текста
Кол-во страниц: 508
ISBN: 0-13-354019-7
A Programmed Approach for Graduate and Undergraduate Reading Courses.
To the Student (from authors):
You may find it helpful at the outset to know the biases of the authors. We gladly admit them: language is the most significant and fascinating of human phenomena; for the serious scholar it is useful and necessary to read other languages than his own; for everyone it is interesting and enlightening to see how another culture expresses its perception of reality through its language; everyone can learn language; everyone who can learn. his own language can learn a new language; the principles and techniques of programmed learning can significantly increase the efficiency and decrease the frustrations of language study.
We have also assumed that your study time is valuable and that if you have been introduced to this text it is because sometime you seriously wanted to learn to read German. We hilVe therefore made use of new approaches and developments in programmed learning in order to provide you with the most systematic and direct means possible of doing so. We have likewise assumed that the students using this type of text are of mature interests, and we have consequently included passages that will introduce you directly though briefly to some of the thinkers, scholars, authors and political leaders who have given German culture its diversity and impact.
German for Reading presupposes no previous acquaintance with German and can be used with equal effectiveness by graduate students in the arts and sciences who are preparing to pass a reading knowledge examination, or by undergraduates who are beginning to deal seriously with the problems of reading. It may be used before, simultaneously with, or after an aural-oral introduction to German. Its programmed format permits it to be used either as a classroom text or by individuals working on their own.
Пособие по изучению немецкого языка для англоговорящих студентов и выпускников вузов. Подробности см. в пункте Contents.
Релиз группы:
Chapter One
1. Cognates-definition,
2. Nouns-recognition, gender and cognate patterns,
3. Nouns-formation of the pluralforms, 5
4. Compound nouns, 9
5. Cognates-partially similar meanings, 11
6. False cognates, 12
Chapter Two
7. Verbs-cognates, 13
8. Verbs-partial and false cognates, 14
9. Present tense verb endings,' personal pronouns,
10. Es gibt, es ist, es sind, 24
Chapter Three
11. Word order-basic structure of German sentences,
12. Future tense-werden, 33
13. Adjectives-cognates, agreement, comparison,
14. Adverbs, 37
Chapter Four
15. Case of the noun, 43
16. Past tense of weak verbs, 48
17. Past tense ofhaben, sein, and werden, 53
Chapter Five
18. Prepositions-genitive case, 59
19. Prepositions-dative case, 63
20. Prepositions-accusative case, 67
21. Prepositions-dative/accusative, 72
22. Infinitival phrases, 76
Chapter Six
23. Personal pronouns-declension, 84
24. Modal auxiliary verbs-present tense, 89
25. Modals-idiomatic meanings, 93
26. Wissen, kennen, 99
Chapter Seven
27. Comparison of adjectives, 105
28. Comparison of adverbs, 111
29. Adjectives used as nouns, liS
30. Uses of man, 119
Chapter Eight
31. Interrogative and relative pronouns wer and was,
32. The interrogatives wanrt, warum, wie, wo,
welch- and was fUr ein, 128
33. Separable verb prefixes, 131
34. Inseparable verb prefixes----'meanings, 136
Chapter Nine
35. Past tense of strong verbs and werden, 148
36. Past tense of 1110dals and wissen, 160
Chapter Ten
37. Coordinating conjunctions, 168
38. Subordinating cot!Junctions, 175
Chapter Eleven
39. Past tense of irregular weak verbs-conjugation,
40. The genitive case-review, 191
Chapter Twelve
41. Relative pronouns der and welcher-declension
and usage, 202
42. Welcher, we1che, welches as relative pronouns,
43. Wer, was, andwo used as relatives, 215
44. Da- and wo- compounds, 218
Chapter Thirteen
45. Past participles -recognition, 223
46. The present perfect tense-recognition, meaning,
and word order, 225
47. The past perfect tense-recognition and meaning,
48. Modals-past participle, conjugation in the
present pelfect and past pelfect tenses, 234
Chapter Fourteen
49. Double infinitive construction, 244
50. Refiexiveverbs and pronouns, 248
51. The intensive pronouns se1bst and seIber, 250
52. Special uses of the dative, 252
Chapter Fifteen
53. Der words, 265
54. Der as a demonstrative pronoun, 268
55. Other demonstratives, 274
Chapter Sixteen
56. Possessive adjectives, 283
57. Possessives used as predicate adjectives or as
pronouns, 293
Chapter Seventeen
58. Indefinite pronouns and adjectives, 302
59. Special uses of the genitive, 307
Chapter Eighteen
60. Modified participial constructions, 322
61. Absolute participial constructions, 328
Chapter Nineteen
62. The future tense-conjugation, word order,
modals, 342
63. The future perfect tense-conjugation, word
order, 344
Chapter Twenty
64. Passive voice, 360
65. Use ofmodals in the passive, 364
66. The impersonal passive, 366
67. Constructions translated by an English passive,
68. The apparent passive, 368
Chapter Twenty-One
69. The subjunctive-definition of the subjunctive
mood and the formation of the present tense
form, 382
70. Past subjunctive-theformation of the past tense
form of strong, weak, and irregular verbs, 384
71. The present and past tense forms of the mvdals
and the verbs wissen haben, sein, and werden,
72. The subjunctive-formation of the compound
tenses, 390
Chapter Twenty-Two
73. The Conditional-present time, 406
74. The Conditional-past time, 409
Chapter Twenty-Three
75. Conditional statements with the modals, 422
76. Indirect discourse-definition, meaning, 427
77. Modals in indirect discourse-active and passive
voice, 431
Chapter Twenty-Four
78. Additional uses of the subjunctive, 445
79. Imperative forms, 448
80. The uses of werden, 451
1. Glossary of grammatical terms, 465
2. Pronunciation guide, 469
3. Numerals, 474
4. Exercises in German grammar, 475
Vocabulary, 485

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