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ISBN:
0192800205
Author:
William Rowlinson
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press (September 22, 1994)
Pages:
304 pages
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German Grammar (Oxford Minireference).

German Grammar (Oxford Minireference). each in Oxford Minireference; each in paperback). Series: Oxford Quick Reference. Paperback: 304 pages. Publisher: Oxford University Press (October 6, 1994).

Series: Oxford Quick Reference. Publisher: Oxford University Press (September 22, 1994). I like this book quite a lot. It is much less complete than, say, Hammer's "German Grammar and Usage", but it is much more approachable. I like the sections on the frequent pesky words (allerdings, doch, von, auf, . and the various nuances of meaning. One thing I would love to see in any German grammar is an electronic copy. I would love to import the sample sentences lock, stock and barrel into a flashcard program (I use Winflash). As it is, I do that manually.

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The ideal companion to German Grammar, this comprehensive reference book offers quick and easy .

With 6,000 entries-three times the number included in any similar volume-this guide covers all the German verbs in common use today, and includes forty-one fully conjugated model verbs.

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William Rowlinson has also written a mini "French Grammar", "German Verbs" and "10,000 German Words". His other titles include "Nous les Francais" and "Sprich mal Deutsch". ru 112. Похожие книги: The Oxford German Dictionary and Grammar. Rowlinson, William Prowe, Gunhild Schneider, Jill. Oxford Beginner's Russian Dictionary.

Oxford French Dictionary and Grammar. Michael Janes, William Rowlinson. In that respect if succeeds admirably. Lists are arranged thematically for easy look-up.

The Oxford German Dictionary and Grammar. German Grammar (Quick Study Academic). 6 people found this helpful.

Perfect for business people, tourists, and students, this authoritative reference is a comprehensive and up-to-date guide to all the grammar used in modern German. Packed with short, easy-to-follow examples for points of basic grammar, it makes reading and speaking proper German a much easier and enjoyable task for people of all levels of fluency. German Grammar also lays particular emphasis on the differences between the spoken and the written language, providing longer examples from a wide range of newspapers and magazines to show modern usage, and separate sections on word order, prepositions, punctuation, and translation problems. With hundreds of helpful examples, German Grammar is an essential reference source for those who hoping to perfect their language skills.
  • Jode
What can I say? Grammar is grammar, and this is a good concise review.
  • Taur
This book is an enormous help for English speaking beginners learning German. While concise and logical, it explains the language from an English perspective. I have only had it a fortnight but it has demystified a lot of the problems I have enountered so far.
  • Frostdefender
They said it was like new, but it is not even close to being like new but it will work.
  • Modar
This book definately has its strengths but also unfortunately has it weaknesses. On the plus side it contains a lot of information in its moderate size (250 pocket sized pages). It has several useful and extensive lists such as irregular verbs etc., and a very helpful and decent sized glossary of grammatical terms which can be of particular benefit to the independent learner (especially native English speakers who may find grammar and grammatical terms somewhat confusing). On the minus side it can sometimes be a bit frustrating to find explanations a little terse or spartan (probably a consession toward fitting so much material into such a small book, as is the absence of exercises). All in all I'd say that this book is a well worthwile supplementary or occasional reference work, which may yeild interesting or enlightening discussions but cannot always be depended on.
  • Duzshura
I like this book quite a lot. It is much less complete than, say, Hammer's "German Grammar and Usage", but it is much more approachable. I like the sections on the frequent pesky words (allerdings, doch, von, auf, u.s.w.) and the various nuances of meaning.

One thing I would love to see in any German grammar is an electronic copy. I would love to import the sample sentences lock, stock and barrel into a flashcard program (I use Winflash). As it is, I do that manually. And while typing these in also helps in memory, I'd still like to be able to bulk load them.
  • Narim
Don't let size fool you, this smallish yet extremely comprehensive tome has everything you'll ever need to know about the german language and then some, but let's make it very clear from the start, you want this book ONLY IF you are already reasonably competent in german (I only started using it after 7 months of class and a month in germany), it assumes you know quite a bit already and is useless for a beginner who doesn't understand the basics of the language. This book will help you figure out when you should use words, in what order and most importantly gives you examples of what would actually be said on the street in germany, telling you about the different uses you'll find in each region as well as switzerland and austria, which in many cases will differ from the propper german a regular book will try to teach you. It is also full of examples of the word you're looking at, used in common sayings. I turn to this book before looking at a dictionary at all times (although it's by no means a replacement)

Unless you study all day long you'll never run out of uses for these pages, it will pay itself back many times over it's meager price.
  • Black_Hawk_Down
It's complete for its size, and the explanations are helpful and concise. (In at least one case, the explanation was one sentence long and clearer than my instructor was able to make the same point with fifteen minutes and a blackboard.) It nicely relates German grammatical points to the corresponding English usages.

My only disappointment is with the physical fitness of the book. It's bound like a throwaway romance novel and printed on that paper that smells weird and turns yellow, and the bold typeface of the examples is overly dense and hard to read. Many people looking for a portable reference grammar might prefer to pay a few dollars more for a more durable and well-printed book. (Mine is the 2000 issue with new cover, and these criticisms may not apply to earlier printings.)
I learn languages as a hobby: so far I've mastered French and Spanish (Spanish is like a second language now), and am currently working on Italian and German--and I can say from experience that this series of grammars is the best in print. I learned Spanish almost entirely from the Oxford Spanish Grammar, and the German one is no different. It covers all aspects of German grammar, includes copious example sentences, most of which are authentic, modern German; its explanations are always concise and complete; the style of the text is excellent--it's conversational, and yet, at the same time, it maintains an air of authority. If you're planning on learning German, make this book your traveling companion--take it with you everywhere you go, read it cover to cover like a novel. It's an investment well worth the price.