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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.
Frank E. Donahue is professor of Germanic studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
Table of Contents
|Fundamentals of Verbs|
|Present Tense||p. 3|
|Present Perfect||p. 17|
|Simple Past and Past Perfect||p. 28|
|Future and Future Perfect||p. 44|
|Imperative Mood: Commands||p. 52|
|Verbs with Inseparable Prefixes||p. 60|
|Verbs with Separable Prefixes||p. 74|
|Modal Auxiliaries||p. 91|
|Fundamentals of Case|
|Nouns and Case||p. 107|
|Articles, der-Words, and ein-Words||p. 121|
|Adjective Endings||p. 144|
|Comparative and Superlative Degrees||p. 172|
|Building on the Fundamentals|
|Idiomatic Use of Prepositions||p. 261|
|Numerals and Time Expressions||p. 289|
|Conjunctions and Clauses||p. 301|
|Relative Clauses and Infinitive Phrases and Constructions||p. 315|
|Clarifying da-Compounds; Extended Adjective Modifiers||p. 336|
|Advanced Work with Verbs|
|Present Subjunctive II||p. 347|
|Past Subjunctive II||p. 369|
|Direct and Indirect Discourse||p. 382|
|The Passive Voice||p. 392|
|German-English Dictionary||p. 427|
|Answer Key||p. 441|
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