Excerpt from Ahn-Œhlschlæger's Pronouncing Method of the German Language: Designed for Instruction in Schools and for Private Study; First Course: Exercises, Reader, Vocabularies, Conversations, Collection of Words, Etc
While in a book for beginners knowledge Should be impart... ed in an objective way, by practice and habit rather than by the study of rules and definitions, at a later stage of instruction regular grammar-lessons, such as presented in the Second Course or Synopsis Of German Grammar, are of great importance. The rules herein given are comprehensive, without being prolix, and although it has not been deemed necessary to burden the memory with a multiplicity of petty details, yet no rule of any practical consequence has been omitted. While special care has been taken, to render both the First and Second Courses so complete as to admit of their being used separately, they are likewise designed, as occasion may require, to be used in connection, and hence, are issued both in one, and also in separate volumes.
Among the other features to which especial attention is invited, are the specimens of uncommon styles of Type sometimes used in German publications. And the specimens of German Business Handwriting as differing from the fine and regular German Script which is copiously used throughout the book. Though well aware that there is no royal road to German, the publisher has at least endeavored to Offer a road which is free from needless difficulty, and as easy as it can be made by the aid of suitable typographical arrangement.
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