Learning German Through Storytelling: Mord Am Morgen

Learning German Through Storytelling Mord Am Morgen Why brood over grammar sheets and lifeless workbooks when you can be entertained and learn natural German at the same time This book contains includes vocabulary with difficult and important words tra

  • Title: Learning German Through Storytelling: Mord Am Morgen
  • Author: André Klein
  • ISBN: 9781476093581
  • Page: 273
  • Format: ebook
  • Why brood over grammar sheets and lifeless workbooks when you can be entertained and learn natural German at the same time This book contains includes vocabulary with difficult and important words translated to English ready for on demand translation only available on physical Kindle devices includes exercises for comprehension training hand drawn illustrations by tWhy brood over grammar sheets and lifeless workbooks when you can be entertained and learn natural German at the same time This book contains includes vocabulary with difficult and important words translated to English ready for on demand translation only available on physical Kindle devices includes exercises for comprehension training hand drawn illustrations by the author

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    1. Story-wise, I think it is a fair-to-middlin' example of the detective genre. It had an engaging progression and the reveal wasn't of the "you've got to be kidding me - how am I supposed to figure that out??" variety, which is - unpleasant.But that isn't the point, is it? I found it a challenging read - certainly in the intermediate/beginner variety so it was a stretch for me. Very comfortable to use the built in dictionaries and translate feature of the Kindle.Some of the idioms were fun and the [...]

    2. Nice quick read to re format my brain into German language for my trip to Berlin! Good story line and just the right amount of challenge.

    3. Excited to find German fiction at my level and using the kindle with dictionary makes it even more fun. Looking forward to more. That said, the secretive story was somewhat simple but perhaps that's more due to the reading level.

    4. I've been studying German for about seven years, and I've spent time in both Germany and Austria. Though I feel fairly confident in my language skills, anytime I pick up a German language book I quickly become discouraged and give up. Mord am Morgen is exactly what I needed! I didn't understand every word, but I understood the story even without the vocabulary terms at the end of each chapter (though I'm glad they were there).I also appreciated that the book offered themes appropriate for adults [...]

    5. Pretty good. Reasonably easy to follow, with good idiomatic German. It's intended as a learning aid for people learning German, so the chapters are short & there's a glossary at the end for the kind of slang words you might not have encountered before. The mystery isn't a complete bolt from the blue - you could probably figure it out, and that's pretty good too for a language learning text at this level.

    6. Finally I've found an excellent German easy reading book which also works great on Kindle. An entertaining text with lots of new vocabulary, and the English translation of the new words is given at the end of each chapter. There are also questions to check the reader's understanding of the text, with the key to the questions at the end of the book.

    7. I enjoyed reading this German murder mystery. It was a bit difficult to get through, but had a much better plot and more sophisticated vocabulary than the German children's books I have read. I'll have to keep re-reading it until I understand it completely. I'll be looking for more like this one.

    8. Well, that's my first German book I've read. I may have to revisit it again to make more sense of it. From what I have understood, I found it to be a very enjoyable story and certainly look forward in following Baumgartner and Kommissarin's next case.

    9. Helpful to practice your language skills. Useful new vocabulary and three multiple-choice questions at the end of each chapter. I may be tempted to purchase another book in this series.

    10. streamlines the language learning process Great way to learn another language. Introduces new words at a reasonable pace and has an engaging storyline as well.

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