My books are available on all amazon sites. Clicking on the ‘Learn More’ buttons or the pictures will take you to your country’s site where you can get more information and then decide whether to buy it or not. I also have my own range of language learning planners and journals.
New! Grammar book: German Gender – Is it der, die or das?: Learn how to work out whether a German noun is masculine, feminine or neuter, and how to form the plurals
Would you like to learn some German every day but don’t know what to use?This book has 365 suggestions.Each day covers something topical or relevant to that day which you can explore and learn using the internet.By following the instructions you will improve your German as well as learn about events or famous (or not so famous) people.The book contains ideas for everyone, whether you’re a beginner or an advanced learner. Enjoy learning something new every day!
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!
Read some reviews here:
Book Look: The A to Z of Learning German
Angelika Davey: The A to Z of Learning 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.
Teachers, who may wish to photocopy pages for classroom use, can also buy it as a downloadable version.
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