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Smiley Face Readers, German Readers, Deutsche Sagen und Legenden (NTC: FOREIGN LANGUAGE MISC) by Glencoe McGraw-Hill (1998-01-01)

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    Glencoe McGraw-Hill;Herb Kernecker;Hyde Flippo(Author)

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  • By Randall Roblyer on May 23, 2010

    This book review is on the German edition.Paperback. It is quite good , with plenty of passages to challenge your German language skills. It shall increase both your vocabulary as well as your knowledge of German cultural sayings and legends . If your German skills are not what you would like them to be, I suggest you buy this book. The stories contained in it are not long and you may be suprised to find you are already familiar with them. Having heard them growing up, in an English class, or fairy tale. An understanding of elementary German is a must, either from high school or college level.Deutsche Sagen und Legenden (German Edition)

  • By historysleuth on January 22, 2014

    I find that the stories in this book are a fine way to bring to life and flesh out a study of the german people. They are very colorful and charming.

  • By B. Smith on March 24, 2001

    Kernecker and Flippo's collection of folk tales from German-speaking Europe is wonderful material for students of the language with a basic proficiency in German grammar and vocabulary. It is comprised of seventeen legends, varying in length between one and three pages, each preceeded by a paragraph of background material and followed by a page of review questions. The book includes a small but invaluable German-English glossary, owing to the out-of-the-way nature of some of the vocabulary. Aside from the preface and glossary, this book is written entirely in German. While it is not appropriate for the beginner, it is a highly entertaining and helpful book for more experienced students of German.


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