Practice Makes Perfect German Pronouns and Prepositions, Second Edition

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February 18, 2011


Electronic book text, 208 pages

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0071753842 / 9780071753845

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Main description

A clear and engaging presentation of pronoun and preposition usage in German, combined with extensive practice, for beginning and intermediate learners

About the Book
This new edition in the successful Practice Makes Perfect series, Practice Makes Perfect: German Pronouns and Prepositions offers a detailed examination of these two essential aspects of grammar, which language learners need to master to communicate with confidence. This book provides clear explanations of the usage of pronouns and prepositions, followed by practical examples illustrating and clarifying each point. A variety of exercises provide ample opportunity to practice. Answers to all questions are provided at the back of the book, providing immediate feedback.

  • The new edition features a brand-new review chapter that allows learners to pull together the grammar skills they’ve acquired throughout the book.
  • More than 1 million books sold in the Practice Makes Perfect series.
  • Clarifies the subtleties of pronouns and prepositions that often escape language learners.
  • Practical and high-frequency vocabulary used throughout.

Table of contents

Introduction; Pronouns; Chapter 1. Pronouns in the Nominative Case; Chapter 2. Pronouns and Gender; Chapter 3. Pronouns in the Accusative Case; Chapter 4. Pronouns in the Dative Case; Chapter 5. Pronouns in Prepositional Phrases; Chapter 6. Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns in the Same Sentence; Chapter 7. Possessive Pronouns; Chapter 8. Einer / Keiner and Interrogatives Used as Pronouns; Chapter 9.

Author comments

Author Profile
Ed Swick has taught ESL for 30 years. He is the author of Practice Makes Perfect: English Grammar for ESL Learners and Practice Makes Perfect: English Sentence Builder.


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