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Includes 5 lessons as MP3 download (2.5 hrs).
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This course includes Lessons 6-10 from the German Level 2 program featuring 2.5 hours of language instruction. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation, and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation. Practice for vocabulary introduced in previous lessons is included in each lesson. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension, and on learning to speak German.
The German Language
German is the official language of Germany and Austria and is one of the official languages of Switzerland. It is also an official language in Belgium, Lichtenstein, and Luxembourg. Nearly 100 million people speak German as their first language: about 77 million in Germany, 8 million in Austria, and 4.5 million in Switzerland.
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- Easy to use
- Perfects Accent
- No writing component
- Family background/Heritage
- Just for fun
Comments about German Phase 2, Unit 06-10:
Great product for learning how to pronounce German words. However, there is very little provided in the way of explaining grammatical rules. This leaves one often guessing as to why a word was used in a certain way. Since there is very little written material provided it is also difficult to understand how the words are spelled.