Pocket-sized and packed with helpful instruction, this portable book provides a concise yet comprehensive guide to German grammar.
Barron’s Pocket German Grammar covers parts of speech, sentence structure, punctuation, pronunciation advice, verb charts, and more. It also features definitions of basic grammatical terms with examples in German and English.
The two-color design for headings, key words, and phrases makes this title a quick and easy reference and enhances its visual appeal.
Whether you’re at a beginner, intermediate, or advanced, level, this is a must-have, inexpensive grammar resource for German-language students, teachers, or translators looking for a go-to guide or supplement.
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