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Learning German can be a lot of fun, but focusing only on grammar and word formation patterns is an almost guaranteed path to frustration. This is not to say that grammar is usless for learning German, it's certainly helpful as a compass, but it's impossible to master conversation and text-comprehension through mere "calculation" of cases and conjugations.

Children all over the world are able to learn the most complex languages intuitively simply by listening and repeating. This book is an invitation to this more natural approach to language learning. While there are of course significant differences between the way adults and infants learn, everyone can benefit from the following materials, whether to brush up on former studies or as a first step in dealing with authentic materials.

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Learning German With Stories And Pictures: Fred Der Fisch
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Interesting technique
April 20th, 2014
Short but I think worth the price. I can see what the author is trying to do ~ teach you without you having to do the hard/boring learning. Although it is a very short book.
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