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Deutsche Wiederholungsgrammatik : A Morpho-Syntactic Review of German



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Yale University Press
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This book provides a comprehensive review of grammatical structures and usage for intermediate to advanced students of German. Those who have had some exposure to German grammar in their earlier German courses can fine-tune their accuracy. While this book was written primarily for use in a course dedicated to a rigorous review of German grammar, it could also be used by students in conversation, culture, and literature courses.

Author Biography

Frank E. Donahue is professor of Germanic studies at the University of Texas at Austin.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Fundamentals of Verbs
Present Tensep. 3
Present Perfectp. 17
Simple Past and Past Perfectp. 28
Future and Future Perfectp. 44
Imperative Mood: Commandsp. 52
Verbs with Inseparable Prefixesp. 60
Verbs with Separable Prefixesp. 74
Modal Auxiliariesp. 91
Fundamentals of Case
Nouns and Casep. 107
Articles, der-Words, and ein-Wordsp. 121
Adjective Endingsp. 144
Comparative and Superlative Degreesp. 172
Pronounsp. 182
Building on the Fundamentals
Adverbsp. 209
Prepositionsp. 225
Idiomatic Use of Prepositionsp. 261
Numerals and Time Expressionsp. 289
Conjunctions and Clausesp. 301
Relative Clauses and Infinitive Phrases and Constructionsp. 315
Clarifying da-Compounds; Extended Adjective Modifiersp. 336
Advanced Work with Verbs
Present Subjunctive IIp. 347
Past Subjunctive IIp. 369
Direct and Indirect Discoursep. 382
The Passive Voicep. 392
Appendixp. 409
German-English Dictionaryp. 427
Answer Keyp. 441
Indexp. 467
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