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Kapitel 1 Wer ich bin und was ich tueThemenFreizeitSchule und UniversitatTagesablaufPersoenliche AngabenWortschatzStrukturenThe present tenseExpressing likes and dislikes: gern / nicht gernTelling timeWord order in statementsSeparable-prefix verbsWord order in questionsKulturellesKapitel 2 Besitz und VergnugenThemenBesitzGeschenkeKleidung und AussehenVergnugenWortschatzStrukturenThe accusative caseThe negative article: kein, keineWhat would you like? Ich moechte ...Possessive determinersThe present tense of stem-vowel changing verbsAsking people to do things: the du-imperativeKulturellesKapitel 3 Talente, Plane, PflichtenThemenTalente und PlanePflichtenAch, wie nett!Koerperliche und geistige VerfassungWortschatzStrukturenThe model verbs koennen, wollen, moegenThe model verbs mussen, sollen, durfenAccusative case: personal pronounsWord order: dependent clausesDependent clauses and separable-prefix verbsKulturellesKapitel 4 Ereignisse und ErinnerungenThemenDer AlltagUrlaub und FreizeitGeburtstage und JahrestageEreignisseWortschatzStrukturenTalking about the past: the perfect tenseStrong and weak past participlesDates and ordinal numbersPrepositions of time: um, am, imPast participles with and without ge-KulturellesKapitel 5 Geld und ArbeitThemenGeschenke und GefalligkeitenBerufeArbeitsplatzeIn der KucheWortschatzStrukturenDative case: articles and possessive determinersQuestion pronouns: wer, wen, wemExpressing change: the verb werdenLocation: in, an, auf + dative caseDative case: personal pronounsKulturellesKapitel 6 WohnenThemenHaus und WohnungDas StadtviertelAuf WohnungssucheHausarbeitWortschatzStrukturenDative verbsLocation vs. destination: two-way prepositions with the dative or accusative caseWord order: time before placeDirection: in/auf vs. zu/nachSeparable-prefix verbs: the present tense and the perfect tenseThe prepositions mit and bei + dativeKulturellesKapitel 7 UnterwegsThemenGeografieTransportmittelDas AutoReiseerlebnisseWortschatzStrukturenRelative clausesMaking comparisons: the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives and adverbsReferring to and asking about things and ideas: da-compounds and wo-compoundsThe perfect tense (review)The simple past tense of haben and seinKulturellesKapitel 8 Essen und EinkaufenThemenEssen und TrinkenHaushaltsgerateEinkaufen und KochenIm RestaurantWortschatzStrukturenAdjectives: an overviewAttributive adjectives in the nominative and accusative casesDestination vs. location: stellen/stehen, legen/liegen, setzen/sitzen, hangen/hangenAdjectives in the dative caseTalking about the future: the present and future tensesKulturellesKapitel 9 Kindheit und JugendThemenKindheitJugendGeschichtenMarchenWortschatzStrukturenThe conjunction als with dependent-clause word orderThe simple past tense of werden, the modal verbs, and wissenTime: als, wenn, wannThe simple past tense of strong and weak verbs (receptive)Sequence of events in past narration: the past perfect tense and the conjunction nachdem (receptive)KulturellesKapitel 10 Auf ReisenThemenReiseplaneNach dem Weg fragenUrlaub am StrandTiereWortschatzStrukturenPrepositions to talk about places: aus, bei, nach, von, zuRequests and instructions: the imperative (summary review)Prepositions for giving directions: an ... vorbei, bis zu, entlang, gegenuber von, uberBeing polite: the subjunctive form of modal verbsFocusing on the action: the passive voiceKulturellesKapitel 11 Gesundheit und KrankheitThemenKrankheitKoerperteile und KoerperpflegeArzt, Apotheke, KrankenhausUnfalleWortschatzStrukturenAccusative reflexive pronounsDative reflexive pronounsWord order of accusative and dative objectsIndirect questions: Wissen Sie, wo ...?Word order in dependent and independent clauses (summary review)KulturellesKapitel 12 Die moderne GesellschaftThemenPolitikMultikulturelle GesellschaftDas liebe GeldKunst und LiteraturWortschatzStrukturenThe genitive caseExpressing possibility: wurde, hatte, and wareCausality and purpose: weil, damit, um ... zuPrinciples of case (summary review)Kulturelles

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(Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley) is Gerhard Helbig Professor of German as a Foreign Language and Applied Linguistics at the University of Leipzig and President of the Institute for Test Research and Test Development in Leipzig, Germany. Before joining the University of Leipzig, he taught at the University of Iowa, Iowa City (1990-1998) and at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (1988-1990). His main research areas are: second language acquisition, corpus linguistics, language testing and assessment, and language policy. He is (co-) author of over 150 books, book chapters, and journal articles. He has extensive experience in test research and development for all language modalities (speaking, listening, writing, and reading). He has been a certified ACTFL OPI tester since 1989 and tester trainer since 1993. He has been a major contributor to the internationalization efforts of the University of Leipzig, establishing and directing joint BA, MA, and Ph.D. programs with universities in the Netherlands, Mexico, Brazil, and the U.S. (First and Second Staatsexamen, Goettingen and Fulda) is Oberstudienratin (German, English, Physical Education) at the Werner-von-Siemens Gymnasium in Bad Harzburg, Germany. She taught German at all levels of instruction at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and she was a Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin at the University of Bayreuth, Germany. She is co-author of Assoziationen: Deutsch fur die Mittelstufe and the series Lextra - Englisch Grund- und Aufbauwortschatz nach Themen. Her main interests are: the role of vocabulary in language learning, reading strategies, and the role of art in language teaching. She has been a certified ACTFL OPI tester since 1989. Tracy D. Terrell (late) received his Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin and published extensively in the area of Spanish dialectology. Professor Terrell's publications on second-language acquisition are widely known in the United States and abroad.

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