The Complete Idiot's GuideAr to Learning German, Fourth Edition couches the more academic topics, such as verb tenses, in useful travel-themed chapters dealing with everything from shopping, renting cars, banking, making a phone call, visiting a doctor, going to the post office, to banking. This editon includes a new audio CD with nearly an hour of listen-and-learn exercises to get you speaking German like a native.deyR onakuhl tRinkt vayn 3. ... While hell is selfaexplanatory in English, ita#39;s an innocuous adjective meaning abrighta in German. As you ... A word of caution: cognates can be of help to you in learning German, but false friends can trip you up.
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Learning German, 4E|
|Author||:||Alicia Müller, Stephan Müller, Lisa Graham|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2013-05-07|