Based on the successful approach of the Practice Makes Perfect series, German Pronouns and Prepositions offers a clear and engaging presentation of all aspects of pronoun and preposition usage, combined with extensive practice, for beginning and intermediate language learners. This new edition features a new review chapter that allows learners to pull together the grammar skills they've acquired.
About the Book
This new edition in the successful Practice Makes Perfect series, Practice Makes Perfect: German Pronouns and Prepositions offers a detailed examination of these two essential aspects of grammar, which language learners need to master to communicate with confidence. Learners of a foreign language often have difficulty with these areas because the usage of pronouns or prepositions rarely translates directly from English to the new language. Thus, language learners need much more practice in the areas of pronoun and preposition usage than is provided in general grammar books.
This book provides clear explanations of the usage of pronouns and prepositions, followed by practical examples illustrating and clarifying each point. Extensive and varied exercises provide ample opportunity to practice.
Answers to all questions are provided at the back of the book, providing immediate feedback.
The new edition features a brand-new review chapter that allows learners to pull together the grammar skills they've acquired throughout the book.
New edition features a brand-new review chapter
Details all aspects of pronoun and preposition usage
Clarifies the subtleties of pronouns and prepositions that often escape language learners
Highly varied and extensive exercises for practice
Practical and high-frequency vocabulary used throughout
Answer key provided for reference and quick feedback
Combines the best elements of instruction and practice so readers find all they need in one book.
Table of contents
Pronouns in the Nominative Case;
Pronouns and Gender;
Pronouns in the Accusative Case;
Pronouns in the Dative Case;
Pronouns in Prepositional Phrases;
Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns in the Same Sentence;
Einer / Keiner and Interrogatives Used as Pronouns;
Chapter 10. The Pronoun man;
Reciprocal Pronouns & Prepositions;
Verbs with a Prepositional Object;
Adjectives with a Prepositional Object;
Prepositions as Prefixes;
One Verb - Many Prefixes;
Prepositions by Case;