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The Usborne Book of Everyday Words in German (Usborne Everyday Words) (German Edition) ePub download

by Jo Litchfield

  • Author: Jo Litchfield
  • ISBN: 0746046138
  • ISBN13: 978-0746046135
  • ePub: 1563 kb | FB2: 1719 kb
  • Language: German
  • Category: Education & Reference
  • Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd (May 25, 2001)
  • Pages: 48
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 397
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The Usborne Book of Everyday Words in German (Usborne Everyday Words) (German Edition) ePub download

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This sticker book has over 200 stickers and is a great resource for those learning their first German words. Illustrated with photographs of Jo Litchfield's charming hand-made models. Pre-readers can enjoy spotting and naming familiar things. Matching the words on the pages to the stickers is great fun and encourages active learning! Illustrated with photographs of Jo Litchfield's charming hand-made models.

A picture word book"-Cover. Includes a word list. Each picture of a familiar object is labeled in English, encouraging immediate association of the word and object. Helps children expand their English.

Featuring a dictionary, vocabulary builder and spelling and pronunciation guides, this picture word book includes thousands of miniature characters and objects designed to aid readers learn, revise and enrich their German vocabulary. Published by Usborne Publishing Ltd.

Usborne Everyday Words. A great book to encourage children to learn German. The pictures in the book are of basic everyday objects we come across in life and are set in a context that children can imagine living alongside, so are relevant to daily life. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned.

Children will love matching the words on the picture stickers to the relevant words printed on each page. German Books for Children from Usborne Books. German for Beginners Humorous illustrations demonstrate hundreds of everyday phrases with tips on pronunciation and grammar.

What's in the Box? 1 x The Usborne Book Of Everyday Words

Each book in the series includes dictionary, vocabulary builder and spelling and pronunciation guides. What's in the Box? 1 x The Usborne Book Of Everyday Words.

A classic bilingual German/English word book, illustrated with busy scenes and labelled pictures to. .

A classic bilingual German/English word book, illustrated with busy scenes and labelled pictures to help children learn key German vocabulary. Includes an English/German word list and a pronunciation guide to ensure effective, long-term learning. Fully revised and updated for 2014 and beyond, with new words added, redundant words removed and pictures updated. The Usborne Illustrated Thesaurus (Usborne Illustrated Dictionaries) EAN 9780746046104. Spotter"s Handbook: "Trees", "Birds", "Flowers" (Usborne spotter"s guides) EAN 9780746046067. The Usborne Complete Book of Drawing (Usborne Complete Books) EAN 9780746046029.

Featuring a dictionary, vocabulary builder and spelling and pronunciation guides, this picture word book includes thousands of miniature characters and objects designed to aid readers learn, revise and enrich their German vocabulary.
Mora
Love it
Atineda
Most children like to play with words or learn new words for common things they already know in English. My 7 year old has a whole slew of such words that she likes to use, everything from the French word for "ridiculous" ("ridicule") to the Yiddish word "feh!", meaning "yuck" (a very satisfying and fun word to use). She has been curious about German words, but until I stumbled across this Usborne book, there was very little I could find that would keep her interest.
This book is excellent on a number of different levels. In addition to having over 500 common words in German (mostly nouns), the illustrations are detailed and exemplary. The words are laid out around a large, central illustration that covers one theme, like "der garten" (the garden), "das wohnzimmer" (the living room) or "der bauernhof" (the farm). The words themselves are illustrated with small pictures of the named objects, like "die kuh" for a cow, "die uhr" for a clock or "das T-shirt" for a you-know-what! These objects are used again in the large illustration, so part of the book's appeal is it's seek-and-find quality. Looking at the picture of the garage, can you find a match? A moth? A pail? How about "der schraubenschlussel" (a wrench)? They're actually trickier to find than you might think, so the book will maintain a child's interest after they grow tired of reading the German words.
The illustrations themselves are incredibly detailed, appearing to be made out of clay and material. A kindly grandfather is complete with white hair, bushy moustache and green checked shirt. A boy's hair is composed of individual strips of clay and the dog is seen running off with an ice cream cone in his mouth (that is, der hund with die eis in der mund). The people and children are multicultural and gender balanced. Clearly, it took untold hours to illustrate this work.
Parents and teachers should note this book is more of a reference than anything else. Children are not likely to sit down and read it cover to cover, nor will it teach you how to speak German-- just common nouns and numbers are in the book. There is an extensive vocabulary key in the back pages consisting of three columns: the German word, it's phonetic spelling/pronunciation and it's English meaning. There is also a short note explaining that German nouns (like French and Spanish) are female, male or neutral, hence the use of the words "der", "das" and "die", which all mean "the" in English.
Readers should also note that the English word for the object is NOT printed on the page with the object's German word, which is a bit of an oversight in my opinion. Children just learning to read English will have nothing IN English to read on any of the pages, and it's unlikely a beginning reader will attempt to tackle the pronunciation guide at the back. Also, at the top of each page is an object with a note like "such sechs cassetten", which is not translated. Only after a long time of looking through the book (and discovering the vocabulary hidden at the very back of the book) did I realize that this was encouraging the reader to "search for six cassettes" on the page. While there is the possibility that children may easily become frustrated with the long, multi-consonant spellings of German words like "wachsmalstifte" (crayon), a number of English and German words are the same, like "T-shirt", "kiwi", "hammer", "jeans" and "button", and a lot of everyday words are very similar to English words like "hund" (dog or hound) and "katze" (cat). This adds it's own search-and-find element of fun for older children who are fluent with English words.
The book will probably be the most useful for young children who are in bilingual German/English families. It has a place in a home or school library as a reference book or search-and-find game book, and hence I recommend it.
Gajurus
Nice themes with limited vocabulary make learning easier.
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