Learn german book and cd
Talk German (Book/CD Pack)
With so many options available, learning a new language has never been easier. While Spanish and French continue to be the main foreign languages taught in school, German is quickly increasing in popularity in high school and beyond. You may be looking for an additional study guide to aide you in a course, or you may have decided to broaden your horizons and tackle a new language. Either way, learning to speak and write German is an excellent choice. With the vast number of books on this subject available, it can get a bit overwhelming trying to find the right one for you.
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Skip to main content German Language Learning. In Stock. I really like this book. It's easy to use and understand. But if you buy the kindle version, be aware that it doesn't come with the audio CD.
Imagine walking through the streets of Munich in August. Think about all of the options you have for learning a new language like German. From chatting with native speakers through Skype to flipping through flashcards on your smartphone, the chances to learn are endless, but few of them offer the advantages that good old fashioned reading provides. To start, reading German books help simulate classroom learning. Not to mention, many of these books come packed with learning materials worksheets, grammar guides and flashcards and CDs to improve your listening and pronunciation skills. Along with that, the authors are experienced instructors and German speakers, giving you connections with people who live and breathe German every day. The final reason for reading German books is my favorite.