FSI German Course Part 2
Hopefully you've received Lessons 1-6 of the Foreign Service Institute FSI German Volume 1 Part 1 Course and are managing to work your way through them.
The information and lessons are very useful as designed for U.S Foreign Diplomats to learn French.
FSI GERMAN COURSE VOLUME 1 PART 2
Lesson Units 7 to 12
Subscribe to Part 2 - another six lessons of the FSI German Volume 1 by email - which includes the following.
Email 1: Lesson Unit 7
- Arranging the Furniture
Notes on Pronunciation, Numbers 100-1000, The Adjective-Noun Sequence, Summary of Two-Way Prepositions, Verbs like - legen, liegen, stehen, stellen
; Review of Present Tense
Email 2: Lesson Unit 8 - Shopping
Notes on Pronunciation, Specifiers and Adjectives, Word Order, Compound Nouns,
Verbs like - kaufen, ausgeben, bekommen, meinen.
Email 3: Lesson Unit 9 - A Drive to the Mountains
Notes on Pronunciation, Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs, Quantity of Adjectives, Verbs – Future, Time Expressions, Months of the Year, Verbs like - anziehen, anhaben.
Email 4: Lesson Unit 10 - Hotel ‘The White Deer’
Notes on Pronunciation, A Resort in the Mountains, Word Order in Larger Sentences, Ordinal Numbers, Telling Time, Verbs like - bestellen, abfahren.
Email 5: Lesson Unit 11 - On a Weekday
Notes on Pronunciation, Verbs Forms in Familiar Speech, Pronouns and Possessive Words, Complex Verb Phrases, Auxiliary Verb: lassen. Derivative Nouns
Email 6: Lesson Unit 12 - German Vocabulary
Notes on Pronunciation, Past Time, Perfect Phase, The Past Participle, Past Time Continuing in the Present, Time Expressions – Telling the Time
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To add a little more colour and fun to your learning why not give our 200 Words a Day! German vocab-building programes a try.
Now with sentences to show the words in action. Drill-down to link between the two courses.
a farm-girl (f) likes to squeeze fresh MILK,
coloured in the German colours.
Note that die Milch is a feminine word - hence the female character in the picture.
The word also sounds a lot like milk in English, so we have used German colours to remind you that the German and English words are similar.
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