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German Conversation Made Natural: Engaging Dialogues to Learn German

Price: 0,99 €
(as of Jun 18,2021 21:01:07 UTC – Details)


Having trouble understanding or conversing with native German speakers? If so, try this book!

The purpose of this book is to provide the reader with conversational dialogues in German that use 100 percent real German. As language learners ourselves, we understand the desire to learn the real German language as used by native speakers. Textbook dialogues and grammar books not only are boring, but they also don’t represent the real German language that is used every day.

With our book German Conversational Made Natural, you can immerse yourself in real German conversations that tell an authentic story through a variety of dialogues. Each chapter builds upon the narrative by featuring short, genuine exchanges between native German speakers in both formal and informal settings. You will find conversations between close friends, coworkers, family members, classmates, and strangers that will help prepare you to speak German in the real world.

Along the way, you’ll also find several situational scenarios from daily life to improve your German language ability. These include picking up prescriptions at the pharmacy, checking out books from the library, and ordering food at a restaurant.

Each dialogue has been written and edited by native German speakers from Germany, so you can be absolutely sure that you are getting the most natural German grammar, vocabulary, and phrases.

Each chapter also comes with comprehension questions to test your understanding of the story and the German used. No drills or grammatical exercises are necessary to learn German!

Our language learning method focuses on the power of extensive reading and listening to achieve fluency. You will find more information about this in the book’s introduction.

(The level of the material is best suited for intermediate learners or beginners who are looking for a challenge.)

Grab your copy now and get started today!

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