German Vocabulary Course (Learn German with the Michel Thomas Method) (cd-bok)
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CD-bok
Språk
Engelska
Speltid
300m min
Utgivningsdatum
2019-01-24
Upplaga
Unabridged ed
Förlag
Michel Thomas Method
Dimensioner
234 x 152 x 12 mm
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154 g
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1
ISBN
9781473692909
German Vocabulary Course (Learn German with the Michel Thomas Method) (cd-bok)

German Vocabulary Course (Learn German with the Michel Thomas Method)

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'I will build the foundation of the house, but it's up to you to decorate it.' Michel Thomas Experience significant results in a remarkably short period of time thanks to the unique Michel Thomas Method, perfected over 50 years by celebrated psycholinguist Michel Thomas. The method works in tune with how the brain prefers to receive, store and then retrieve information. You'll stick with it, because you'll love it. * Improve your German naturally and unforgettably, without strain * Learn from listening and speaking, without the pressure of writing or memorizing * Build up your German in manageable steps by thinking out answers for yourself How does it work? Learning vocabulary is notoriously difficult if attempted in the traditional way - with long lists and hours of memorization. With the Michel Thomas Method, new words and phrases are presented in such a way that they cannot be forgotten. In this five-hour phase-two course, Michel Thomas Method teacher Marion O'Dowd introduces over 1,000 carefully chosen 'power words,' including verbs and everyday phrases. Learning alongside two genuine students, you will exponentially build up your vocabulary by unlocking what you already know. What's new? This new edition includes remastered audio and comes in new, eco-friendly recyclable packaging. Why is it so successful? 'What you understand, you know; and what you know, you don't forget.' - Michel Thomas Michel Thomas believed that the greatest barrier to any form of learning was stress: stress from worrying about remembering what you are being taught, stress from being afraid to make a mistake, stress from failing. With the Michel Thomas Method, all the attention is focused on removing stress and tension from the learning environment. The teacher takes on full responsibility for your understanding, and therefore your remembering, of what is being taught. In fact, the Michel Thomas Method forbids you from trying to memorize. There's no writing, no books, no homework. The Michel Thomas Method works by stripping away all inessential language and breaking down the most important language into its component parts. Crystal-clear building blocks are then presented, and only when they are absorbed and understood is the next piece of the puzzle introduced, enabling you to reconstruct the language for yourself - to form your own sentences, to say what you want, when you want. What's in the Course?* German Vocabulary Course comprises 5 course CDs. The booklet is available to download from www.michelthomas.com. *Note that the course content is the same as the previously entitled German Vocabulary Builder+ course, but does not include a CD-ROM. Learn anywhere Michel Thomas Method audio courses let you learn whenever you want: at home, in your car, or on the move. The audio CDs are MP3-compatible. What learners are saying I experienced the same sort of pleasure that you got from suddenly getting a crossword clue right or cracking a code...the finger-snapping moment of, Oh My God! I've just understood what you've said to me in Spanish or you've just understood me! -Peter LOVSTROM , Actor, 2017 I've used Michel Thomas to get off the starting block for French, Italian and Spanish and I'm always surprised by how much I can say after only a few hours of listening. The Michel Thomas Italian course organises verbs into logical groups which helps you pick them up fast. And perhaps more importantly, it shows you how to use this grammar to build useful sentences. -Katie from Joyoflanguages.com
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Marion O'Dowd grew up in a bilingual home, the daughter of a Viennese lawyer and a Polish-born mother. She studied German at Bristol University and then went on to do an MA in German and Theatre. She taught German and Drama for many years, and was an enthusiastic and active advocate for Michel Thomas techniques.

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: Introduction: How this course came about, what it does and does not include, how it works, and how it is both faithful to and expands upon the Michel Thomas Language Courses : Course segment 1: Cognates 1.: (CD 1, track 1) *: Introduction : (CD 1, track 2) *: Anglo-Saxon influence t > d, t > th *: Cognate examples: Bett-Brot-Butter-tanzen-Durst-danken; animals; hundred thousand; parts of the body 2.: (CD 1, track 3) *: -ieren verbs: reservieren; servieren etc. *: Anglo-Saxon influence p > b *: das the - ein a *: Word order: moechte sends the full verb to the end of the sentence *: Hotel vocabulary: drinnen inside; draussen outside; Fruhstuck breakfast; Mittagessen lunch; Abendessen dinner 3.: (CD 1, track 4) *: Kaffee und Kuchen tea-time *: vorbei^kommen to come by 4.: (CD 1, track 4) *: More -ieren verbs: transportieren; reduzieren etc. *: Adjectives - standing alone: ausgezeichnet excellent; dunkel dark; hell light *: Agreement of adjectives: es for neuter singular: ausgezeichnetes Bier; e for plural: gute Autos *: Vocabulary: Produkte, Waren 5.: (CD1, track 5) *: Winter/summer sports vocabulary: trainieren *: Word order: promoting an item to the head of the sentence for emphasis *: Es macht Spass! It's fun! 6.: (CD 1, track 5) *: Kinds of sport: Sportarten *: Masculine and feminine endings for professions: Sportler, Sportlerin 7.: (CD 1, track 6) *: More -ieren verbs: respektieren respect; sich konzentrieren concentrate *: Word-joining: Sprachregeln language rules *: Polite Sie command form: Respektieren Sie! *: um ... zu (+ infinitive) in order to ... *: Possessive adjectival agreement: meine (fem.) - meine Reise *: Past Tense of -ieren verbs: -iert ending: organisiert *: Contractions: daran-damit-darauf: reagieren darauf react to it *: dass that triggers a 'weil situation' 8.: (CD 1, track 7) *: Nouns made from verbs: das Leben life; das Essen eating/food *: Whilst ... -ing: Beim Studieren whilst studying *: Zum Geburtstag gratulieren wishing someone happy birthday *: Ihnen (polite to you) and dir (informal to you) 9.: (CD 1, track 8) *: Irregular non-cognate -ieren verbs: verlieren lose; spazieren gehen go for a walk; passieren happen *: Wie schrecklich! How terrible! Wie argerlich! How annoying! Wie dumm! How stupid! 10.: (CD 1, track 9) *: Nouns with -tat endings (pl. -taten) correspond to -ity: Elektrizitat electricity *: im in the = masculine/neuter for 'static situation': im Zimmer *: General house vocabulary *: unter^nehmen to undertake *: Was fur? What sort of? 11.: (CD 1, track 10) *: Time-Manner-Place rule (TEMP) Wann? When; Wie? How?; Wo?; Where?; Wohin? Where to? *: Was gibt's zu tun hier? What is there to do here? 12.: (CD 1, track 11) *: Ich schlage vor, dass ... I suggest that ... *: lieber rather, preferably *: ins into the - movement into a place: ins Theater 13.: (CD 1, track 12) *: More -tat words: Universitat; Spezialitat; etc. *: Pronouncing z and st sounds *: es gibt + zu + verb there is/there are ... to do *: Word order: Inversion after dort: Dort gibt es ... *: einmalig unique; ein Mal once *: Mensch/Menschen man/humanity; Leute people *: besitzen to own/possess 14.: (CD 1, track 13) *: 'Belonging situation': die (singular and plural) changes to der of the *: The common -artig ending meaning like: grossartig superb 15.: (CD 1, track 13) *: More -tat words and adjectives within those words: kreativ; aktiv; etc. : (CD 2, track 1) *: Erfolgreich successful; heutzutage nowadays *: Word order: denn for/because does not affect word order 16.: (CD 2, track 2) *: -keit/heit words correspond to ity/ness/hood: Moeglichkeit possibility; Gelegenheit opportunity *: Sehenswurdigkeiten sights (sights worth seeing): Brandenburger Tor/Berliner Mauer : (CD 2, track 3) *: -keit words based on adjectives: heiter > Heiterkeit etc. *: -fahig = -able. -bar ending = -ful: dankbar > grateful *: Words based on drucken: (sich) aus^drucken express (oneself); der Ausdruck expression; der Eindruck impression; b