Excerpt from Writing and Speaking German: Exercises in German Composition and Conversation; With Notes and Vocabularies
The questions on the German text are, of course, intended to be suggestive rather than exhaustive. The foot-notes are very full in the first lessons; in lat... er selections the student is expected to use correctly the material presented in the vocab ularies, which have been prepared with especial care and which aim to give the idiomatic renderings of all words and expressions found in the text. The Grammatical Notes cover only the chief points arising in connection with the material presented here. For more detailed grammatical work any of the standard reference grammars may be con suited. Teachers will observe that, while no special gram matical headings are given to the various lessons, the chief grammatical points are introduced in order of difficulty: for example, Normal and Inverted Order in Lesson I, Trans posed Order in Lesson II, The Subjunctive in Lesson III, etc, and that in general the material has been arranged in order of difficulty. Teachers will, of course, use their discretion in assigning lessons. It may sometimes be advisable to de vote two or more recitations to chapters given here as single lessons.
The author desires to acknowledge his indebtedness to his wife, Elfrieda Hochbaum Pope, and his friends and colleagues, Professor A. W. Boesche and Professor H. C. Davidsen, for their many helpful suggestions given during the preparation of this book. Especial acknowledgment is due Professor Davidsen for his painstaking reading of manuscript and proof and for many suggestions which embody the results of years of successful language teaching in Germany as well as in America.
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