Fragegruppe für Fortgeschrittene (Discussion Group)

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Re: Fragegruppe für Fortgeschrittene (Discussion Group)

Postby TeapotTosh » 2017-10-15, 15:04

Hallo

Ich komme aus England, und seit 2 Jahre habe Ich Deutsch studiert. Ich will mein grammatik und Vokabeln verbessern! 😊

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I come from England and have studied German for 2 years. I want to improve my grammar and vocabulary 😊

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Re: Fragegruppe für Fortgeschrittene (Discussion Group)

Postby kevin » 2017-10-15, 15:41

TeapotTosh wrote:Hallo

Ich komme aus England, und seit 2 Jahren habe Ich Deutsch studiert/lerne ich Deutsch. Ich will meine Grammatik und Vokabeln/meinen Wortschatz verbessern! 😊

Willkommen im Forum! :)

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Re: Fragegruppe für Fortgeschrittene (Discussion Group)

Postby TeapotTosh » 2017-10-16, 19:39

Hallo,

Danke für die Information, und die Korrekturen.

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Re: Fragegruppe für Fortgeschrittene (Discussion Group)

Postby księżycowy » 2018-01-17, 17:34

Hello all,
I'm curious if anyone could give me recommendations for German textbooks written in Germany.

For example, I know of the Mittelpunkt series. Unfortunately it's only B1-C1. Anything anyone would recommend for the A1-A2 range? Or even better A1-C1? The more immersive the better!

Danke!

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Re: Fragegruppe für Fortgeschrittene (Discussion Group)

Postby Luís » 2018-01-17, 19:08

I've used studio d (A1) and Optimal A1/A2 before. They both kinda suck. But then again, I don't really like textbooks that are meant to be used in a classroom context.

I've heard good things about DaF Kompakt (A1-B1). Apparently it's aimed at adult learners and it goes at a faster pace... just one book covers 3 CEFR levels.
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Re: Fragegruppe für Fortgeschrittene (Discussion Group)

Postby księżycowy » 2018-01-20, 14:58

Wow, that does look good. Thanks for the tip Luís. (Also, sorry for the late reply!)

I've also found the Begegnungen series (which seems like a classroom textbook, more so then a self learner book, but I have some help here so it's possibility), and Grammatik Activ. My main problem with Grammatik Activ and DaF Kompakt is they are a little too workbooky. :P

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Re: Fragegruppe für Fortgeschrittene (Discussion Group)

Postby Hent » 2018-02-21, 18:30

Today I asked a man from Bardusch a couple of questions and he pronounced Arbeitskleidung like Arbeitschkleidung? What dialect is it?

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Re: Fragegruppe für Fortgeschrittene (Discussion Group)

Postby linguoboy » 2018-02-21, 18:50

Hent wrote:Today I asked a man from Bardusch a couple of questions and he pronounced Arbeitskleidung like Arbeitschkleidung? What dialect is it?

Keine Ahnung. /s/ > [ʃ] | _C in non-initial position is characteristic of Alemannic, but in the varieties I'm familiar with it doesn't operate across morpheme boundaries. So Mischtbrüeih (Mistbrühe) but missbruuche (missbrauchen).
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Re: Fragegruppe für Fortgeschrittene (Discussion Group)

Postby Yasna » 2018-02-21, 19:15

Hent wrote:Today I asked a man from Bardusch a couple of questions and he pronounced Arbeitskleidung like Arbeitschkleidung? What dialect is it?

I would guess Sächsisch.

Edit: or Fränkisch, or I have no idea lol
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