Excerpt from Ahn's Second German Reader: With Notes and Vocabulary
Conversational Exercises should not be dispensed with, even in the higher grades of instruction. Accordingly brief conversations on many of the lessons are given as a guide to the teacher. At the same time the... y should be conducted with a view to composition, by accustoming the pupil to give an ab stract from memory, after the lesson has been made the subject of a conversation. To this feature the attention of the teacher is particularly invited.
In this edition with Notes and Vocabulary, the Notes are placed immediately at the end of the text, before the vocabulary, in order to insure a thorough study of the lesson. Those who are of opinion that the pupil should have his main vocabulary before him on the page, will find the edition with Foot-notes and Vocabulary answer their purpose.
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