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Kapitel 1 Das bin ichWoerter im KontextPersoenliche AngabenSprach-Info: Stating one's heightSich erkundigenSprach-Info: The particle dennSprach-Info: Ways to say to studyEigenschaften und InteressenSprach-Info: Using gernGrammatik im KontextNouns, Gender, and Definite ArticlesPersonal PronounsThe Verb: Infinitive and Present TenseUse of the Present TenseSprach-Info: Using infinitives as nounsThe Verb seinSprach-Info: The prefix un-Word Order in SentencesAsking QuestionsWord QuestionsYes/No QuestionsKulturKapitel 2 Wie ich wohneWoerter im KontextAuf WohnungssucheSprach-Info: The indefinite article einenSprach-Info: Attributive and predicate adjectivesMoebelsuche auf dem FlohmarktSprach-Info: The negative article keinSprach-Info: The definite article denWas wir gern machenSprach-Info: Recognizing verbs with stem-vowel changesSprach-Info: Turning down an invitationGrammatik im KontextThe Verb habenThe Nominative and Accusative CasesThe Indefinite Article: Nominative and AccusativeThe Definite Article: Nominative and AccusativeThe der-Words dieser and welcherSprach Info: The definite article as a demonstrative pronounNegation: nicht and keinVerbs with Stem-Vowel ChangesThe Plural of NounsSprach-Info: Gender-inclusive nouns in writingKulturKapitel 3 Familie und FreundeWoerter im KontextEin FamilienstammbaumSprach-Info: Using Stief-, Halb-, or Ur-Der Kalender: Die Wochentage und die MonateSprach-Info: Stating when using am and imSprach-Info: Ordinal numbersFeste und FeiertageSprach-Info: Using namlichGrammatik im KontextPossessive AdjectivesPersonal Pronouns in the Accusative CasePrepositions with the Accusative CaseThe Verb werdenThe Verbs kennen and wissenKulturKapitel 4 Mein TagWoerter im KontextSprach-Info: Common SMS texting abbreviationsDie UhrzeitSprach-Info: The 24-hour clockSprach-Info: Asking when using Um wie viel Uhr?Plane machenSprach-Info: Indicating periods of the daySprach-Info: How to say that you do something regularlyKino, Musik und TheaterSprach-Info: Using ins or in dieGrammatik im KontextSeparable-Prefix VerbsThe Sentence BracketModal Auxiliary VerbsThe Present Tense of ModalsSprach-Info: The pronoun manThe ImperativeFormal ImperativeParticles and bitte with the ImperativeInformal ImperativeKulturKapitel 5 EinkaufenWoerter im KontextKleidungsstuckeSprach-Info: The expression es gibtBeim Einkaufen im KaufhausSprach-Info: Expressing opinions about clothing using gefallen, passen, and stehenSprach-Info: Stating that something is too much using zu with an adjectiveLebensmittel: Essen und TrinkenSprach-Info: Time adverbs like zuerst and dannGrammatik im KontextThe Dative CasePersonal Pronouns in the DativeArticles and Possessive Adjectives in the DativeThe Dative Case for Indirect ObjectsVerbs with a Dative Object OnlyPrepositions with the Dative CaseInterrogative Pronouns wo, wohin, and woherKulturKapitel 6 Wir gehen ausWoerter im KontextLokaleSprach-Info: Making suggestions: Lass uns doch ...Die Speisekarte, bitte!Im RestaurantGrammatik im KontextTwo-Way PrepositionsDescribing LocationDescribing PlacementSprach-Info: Sitting down: sich setzenSprach-Info: What's been stated in print: Das steht ...Expressing Time with PrepositionsExpressing Events in the PastThe Simple Past Tense of sein and habenThe Simple Past Tense of ModalsKulturKapitel 7 Freizeit und SportWoerter im KontextSportSprach-Info: Saying how often you do somethingFreizeit und VergnugungenJahreszeiten und WetterGrammatik im KontextConnecting Ideas: Coordinating ConjunctionsExpressing a Contrast: aber vs. sondernExpressing Events in the Past: The Present Perfect TenseWeak VerbsStrong VerbsThe Use of haben or sein as an AuxiliaryMixed VerbsPast Participles of Verbs with PrefixesExpressing Comparisons: The ComparativeSprach-Info: The particle nochExpressing EqualitySprach-Info: The adverb genausoKulturKapitel 8 Wie man fit und gesund bleibtWoerter im KontextFit und gesundDer menschliche KoerperSprach-Info: Expressing how you're feelingMorgenroutineGrammatik im KontextConnecting SentencesSubordinating ConjunctionsIndirect QuestionsReflexive Pronouns and VerbsVerbs with Accusative Reflexive PronounsVerbs with Reflexive Pronouns in the Accusative or DativeExpressing ReciprocityKulturKapitel 9 In der StadtWoerter im KontextUnterkunft online buchenSprach-Info: Interpreting abbreviations concerning lodgingIm HotelRingsum die StadtGrammatik im KontextThe Genitive CaseProper Names in the GenitivePrepositions with the GenitiveAttributive AdjectivesAdjectives after a Definite ArticleSprach-Info: Using two or more attributive adjectivesAdjectives after an Indefinite ArticleAdjectives without a Preceding ArticleAdjectives Referring to Cities and RegionsKulturKapitel 10 Auf ReisenWoerter im KontextIch moechte verreisenIm ReiseburoSprach-Info: Compound adjectives with -stundig, tagig, -woechig, and -monatigEine Fahrkarte, bitte!Grammatik im KontextExpressing Comparisons: The SuperlativeAttributive Adjectives in the ComparativeAttributive Adjectives in the SuperlativeAdjectival NounsNarrating Events in the Past: The Simple Past TenseWeak VerbsStrong VerbsMixed VerbsSprach-Info: The conjunction alsThe Past Perfect TenseKulturKapitel 11 Der Start in die ZukunftWoerter im KontextMeine Interessen, Wunsche und ErwartungenBerufeStellenangebote und BewerbungenGrammatik im KontextFuture TenseExpressing ProbabilityDescribing People or Things: Relative Pronouns and Relative ClausesThe Interrogative Pronoun was fur (ein)Negating SentencesSummary: The Position of nichtNegation: noch nicht / noch kein(e); nicht mehr / kein(e) ... mehrKulturKapitel 12 Haus und HaushaltWoerter im KontextFinanzen der StudentenUnsere eigenen vier WandeUnser ZuhauseGrammatik im KontextVerbs with Fixed PrepositionsPrepositional Objects: da-CompoundsAsking Questions: wo-CompoundsThe SubjunctiveEspressing Requests PolitelyThe Present Subjunctive II: haben, warden, koennen, moegenThe Use of wurde with an InfinitiveExpressing Wishes and Hypothetical SituationsThe Present Subjunctive II: Strong and Weak VerbsSprach-Info: The expression an deiner StelleTalking about Contrary-to-Fact ConditionsThe Past Subjunctive IIKulturKapitel 13 Medien und TechnikWoerter im KontextFernsehenZeitungLeben mit TechnikGrammatik im KontextInfinitive Clauses with zuSprach-Info: The verbs brauchen and scheinenInfinitive Clauses with um ... zu and ohne ... zuIndirect DiscourseSubjunctive I: Present TenseSubjunctive I: Past TenseKulturKapitel 14 Die oeffentliche MeinungWoerter im KontextGlobale ProblemeUmweltGrammatik im KontextThe Passive VoiceFormation of the Passive VoiceExpressing the AgentExpressing a General ActivityThe Passive with Modal VerbsUse of man as an Alternative to the PassiveThe Present ParticipleKultur

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Robert Di Donato is Professor of German and Chair of the Department of German, Russian, and East Asian Languages with Hebrew and Arabic at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He received his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. He is the chief academic and series developer of Fokus Deutsch, a telecourse with accompanying texts and materials for teaching and learning German, and coauthor of The Big Yellow Book of German Verbs. He has also edited two volumes for the Central States Conference, written articles aout language methodology, and has given numerous keynote speeches, workshops and presentations - both in the United States and abroad - on teaching methods and teacher education. He has won a number of awards for his work in language education, including the Florence Steiner Award for Leadership in Foreign Language Education. Monica D. Clyde is a native of Dusseldorf. She received her Ph.D. in German literature from the University of California at Berkeley. She has taught German language and literature at Mills College, Canada College, the Defense Language Institute, and the College of San Mateo. She was Director of Faculty Development and Scholarship at Saint Mary's College of California until her retirement in 2003. She coauthored Texte und Kontexte and was contributor to Mosaik: Deutsch Kultur und Luteratur, Third Edition, both intermediate college-level German textbooks.

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