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This journal has been designed to give German learners a whole year of keepin track of their learning. This undated 52-week diary can be started at any time. It has a short planner for 12 months followed by 52 weeks of detailed planning/ learning. Each week has two pages. Page one is for keeping track of what has been learned. Page two has space for reflecting what went well and what might need more practice. There is also a short space for next week’s ideas. At the end of each week there is a German idiom with translation just for fun or for a challenge of using it the following week.
This book has been written with one aim: to give you, the reader, as many ideas as possible to help you learn German.There is nothing worse than to read and re-read and re-read your textbook. You want to practise more German but just don’t have any ideas apart from the textbook you are using in your lessons. So, here are 26 ideas for improving your German, nicely sorted alphabetically. Feel free to read it from cover to cover or jump to those chapters that appeal to you. Whichever way you tackle this book, enjoy your German!
Are you going to Germany soon but you don’t speak any German?
Would you like to learn the basics but don’t have much time? Then this book is perfect for you!
You will learn enough German to get around in 30 bite-sized tasks which take no longer than about 5 to 15 minutes. The book is available as kindle or paperback.
I can’t keep up! A “Clear as Crystal” guide to keeping your family safe online, written by Charles Conway and translated into German by me. This book is also available as paperback on Lulu.com or on Amazon