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Langenscheidt grammars and study-aids > Langenscheidt Wie heißt das? - Die 1.000 ersten deutschen Wörter

Langenscheidt grammars and study-aids Langenscheidt grammars and study-aids: Langenscheidt Wie heißt das? - Die 1.000 ersten deutschen Wörter

  • By Katrin Merle
  • Price: £5.55
  • ISBN: 9783125632233
  • Availability: Out of stock - expected on 20/12/2019 if you order today

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Wie heißt das? offers 800 simple, coloured pictures covering the most important vocabulary for refugees to learn German. With empty lines to write in yourself the thematic chapters teach German in the correct context for all the most important areas of German everyday life. With special attention given to refugee issues such as public authorities, vaccinations, school and education, accommodation etc. Colored, clearly recognizable and appealing drawings: from food to school, work and free time to a visit to the doctor. For refugees and migrants with little or no knowledge of German the German word is written under each drawing with an empty writing line to enter the translation into your native language. Also suitable for doctors, nurses and all volunteers and carers who are interested in the language (s) of the newcomers and who would like to translate into the foreign language.

Series Langenscheidt grammars and study-aids Title Langenscheidt Wie heißt das? - Die 1.000 ersten deutschen Wörter
Subject German Language German
Market Adolescent/Adult Level Beginners
Publication Date February 2016 Authors Katrin Merle
Binding Paperback Pages 180
Size(mm) 125x191 Weight (gms) 226
ESB Code 18207 ISBN 9783125632233
Inspection Copy No Delivery Out of stock - expected on 20/12/2019 if you order today
  Price £5.55

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