German grammar drills

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New York : McGraw-Hill Education, [2018].
9781260116250, 1260116255


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Third edition.
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v, 330 pages ; 28 cm


Confident use of grammar is an essential foundation for learning German. German Grammar Drills will help you lay this foundation through clear explanations and rigorous practice. Your language skills will be strengthened as you become more fluent in your use of correct grammar, from prepositions and pronouns to tenses and verb forms. Inside you will find: More than 200 exercises, covering all aspects of the German grammar system, numerous examples that demonstrate correct grammar usage, review exercises to reinforce your understanding, an answer key to give you clear explanations of every concept. German Grammar Drills is the bestselling source of practical advance that you can use either in conjunction with a course or as a self-learning tool. You'll become less intimidated by all aspects of grammar and, instead, more confident in your German writing and speaking skills.

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Swick, E. (2018). German grammar drills (Third edition.). McGraw-Hill Education.

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