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Now that you know the basics of German, put your knowledge into practice with the unique stories and dialogue lessons offered in German Level 2. Read a story about a couple in a restaurant and then practice ordering yourself a Berliner. Or read a dialogue set in a bank and then form your own questions, like asking what einhundert Euros would be in American dollars.

Behind the Wheel: German Level 2 first reviews vocabulary and basic concepts from German Level 1 and then expands on these areas, focusing on medium-length sentence combinations, versatile vocabulary, and extensive sentence-building instruction to improve conversational skill and listening comprehension. German Level 2 features both English and native German speaking instructors.

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  • Daniel
  • 09-06-11

This is for Beginners not Intermediates

I dread to think what the first installment consists of. This 'Intermediate' course even has the audacity to patronise learners by telling them how to say 'yes' and 'no'. I would highly recommend this to people with no knowledge whatsoever of the German language but it is tedious for anyone who has had even one lesson. I learnt a few new things from it but had to wade through streams of the basics that anyone who's even glanced at a phrasebook would know

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