Wort für Wort: New Advanced German Vocabulary (German) Paperback – 26 May 2006
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New edition of this highly successful German vocabulary book
About the Author
Paul Stocker is the author of many German textbooks, formerly Head of Modern Languages at Uppingham School, and he now runs Youthbridge, the charity of the British-German Association which supports the teaching of German in UK schools.
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Top Customer Reviews
It gives helpful and useful little connective phrases, whole phrases and helps give a wider range of lexis, which is what the examiners want.
I will be awaiting Paul Stocker's next book which I think is coming out in 2012, entitled "A Student Grammar of German".
To sum up: great book, great price - don't acknowlege the bad reviews!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great concept; a useful little book. It might benefit from a revision by a native speaker in a next edition to iron out any little odditiesPublished 1 month ago by IslandLady
This is a great book. I am an English native speaker and I used this book when I was at school. These days, I'm a professional translator and I'm fluent in German. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Princesspeach
I ordered multiple copies for students in a German writing class. It's a useful little book for expanding thematic vocabulary and alternative phrases for connecting ideas.Published 5 months ago by JAMF
Well , this little book is basically framed with 'all you need to know and so much more' to properly speak write and read advanced German language. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Lot of words in here which are just not used. Lacks example sentences. I would say clearly compiled by a non-native speaker.Published 6 months ago by Mr. L. Von Guionneau