100 German Short Stories For Beginners Learn German With Short Stories: Audiobook Free Download by Mustafa YildirimLearn German with 100 short stories!
2. edition (May 2019)
In this book you will find 100 daily life easy short stories in German language on different topics. Each section takes 1-2 minutes. Important words and phrases relevant to each topic were selected carefully.
Thanks to this book, you will learn new words and phrases in each story, and you will also be able to use those in your daily encounters. You will be improving your listening and pronunciation skills through included audio files.
This book is the ideal choice for:
- People with A1 level German knowledge,
- People willing to improve their beginner level German (A2),
- Ones who would like to easily learn daily phrases and words instead of just memorizing them,
- People who would like to understand German grammar rules through easy short stories.
What is new in the 2th edition:
- Stories were rearranged and content was improved.
- Some stories were replaced with more educational stories.
- Stories were re-vocalized. All audio files were revised.
- Improvements were made on Questions and Vocabulary sections.
- 10 Bonus Stories (A2 - B1)
Audio Files in MP3 Format - Download
You can find the download link at the end of the book.
(The page after the 100th story.)
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Do you ever wish you could learn German by reading your favourite books? Believe it or not, reading is one of the most valuable and often overlooked activities in language learning. Reading short, captivating stories or interesting articles about topics you enjoy will strengthen your language skills immensely and help you to develop well-rounded knowledge of German vocabulary and grammar. Don't have time to read this article now? Don't worry! When we learn from textbooks, we usually scrutinize information carefully, reading and re-reading sentences with an emphasis on understanding. This is called intensive reading.
If you are lazy and just want a good trilogy to read in English, there is a good translation of these books available on Amazon. In , just before I left to study abroad in Germany, I started freaking out about the quality of my German. So, I bought this book. You can easily enjoy the short stories, and look over to opposite page, where the English translation is, whenever you do not know a word. This book in particular features five short stories by Franz Kafka, who is known as one of the greatest modern writers not only in Germany, but throughout the entire literary world. It is mix of contemporary short stories by various authors, so you will probably find some stories more interesting than others. Overall, though, I liked the mix of stories in this book and recommend it to those that like having the safety net a parallel text book provides.
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