When it comes to learning grammar, the best way is to JUST DO IT!
For learning grammar, you'll find the most success in retaining your skills through drills, drills, and more drills. German Grammar Drills reinforces your knowledge and enhance your ability to read, write, and speak in German. This book introduces essential grammar concepts, with practical examples to demonstrate their correct usage. You will flex your grammar muscle with the exercises included in each section.
Inside this new edition you'll find:
- More than 200 exercises accompanied by an answer key
- Authentic examples to show you correct grammar usage
- New review sections that will bring you up to speed on grammar
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About the Author
Ed Swick taught German for 30 years. He is the author of Practice Makes Perfect: German Pronouns and Prepositions.
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