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German Demystified Premium 3rd Edition

Author: Ed Swick
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 125983638X
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Say auf wiedersehen to your fears of learning German with the updated premium edition of this fast, painless guide The updated third edition of German DeMYSTiFieD provides you with the comprehensive, step-by-step educational experience that has made the DeMYSTiFieD language series such a success. This established, unintimidating approach to speaking, reading, and writing a new language takes the mystery and menace out of the learning process, whether in class or at home. Hundreds of quiz and test questions, chapter-opening objectives, and specific recommendations for difficult subtopics and individual weaknesses help you learn basic grammar structures and verb tenses, pronunciation, essential vocabulary, and how to communicate with confidence. In addition to DeMYSTiFieD’s time-tested strategies, this edition features 75 minutes of streaming audio recordings and chapter review quizzes via the unique McGraw-Hill Education Language Lab app, so you can enhance your study via mobile or online, at home or on the go.

German Demystified Second Edition

Author: Ed Swick
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071755888
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Lick your language problems with DeMYSTiFieD! Want to get the most out of German but don't know where to start? No problem! German DeMYSTiFieD, Second Edition takes the angst out of learning the language. Written in a step-by-step format, this practical guide provides a firm foundation in German-language basics. You’ll move on to mastering subjects such as using verbs, asking questions, telling time, counting, and more. Detailed examples and concise explanations make it easy to understand the material, and end-of-chapter quizzes and a final exam help reinforce learning. It's a no brainer. You'll learn: The German Alphabet Special Characters Definite Articles Conjugations Pronouns And more Topics include: German Prounuciation, People and Names, Asking Questions, Describing People and Things, Indicting Possession, Actions in the Present, Irregularties in Present Tense Verbs, Talking About Location, Talking Abut the Past, Time and Calendar, More Talking About the Past, Important Details, Talking About the Future, Review of Verbs Tenses, Linking Ideas Together, Comparing Things, Using Commands, Using the Passive Voice, Using the Subjunctive Mood, Expressing Wishes and Conditions

German Demystified

Author: Ed Swick
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071593687
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Take the angst out of learning German Interested in learning to speak German but can't tell the difference between a strudel and a schnauzer? No need to feel intimidated! With German Demystified you'll develop language skills so quickly you'll pass for a wunderkind. Organized into twenty chapters that cover key grammar topics, this book contains the building blocks for the storehouse of your new German language skills. Covering common verb tenses, essential vocabulary, useful adjectives and adverbs, and even the correct way to ask questions, this guide makes learning what can be a difficult language both simple and entertaining. Test yourself at the end of every chapter for reinforcement that you're fast on your way to speaking, writing, and understanding German. This fast and easy guide features: Clear grammatical explanations that illustrate how the language works Numerous examples that place new vocabulary in practical context Helpful writing and speaking exercises that bring the German language to life Coverage of everyday topics, conversational expressions, and cultural information Quizzes at the end of each chapter reinforce new language skills Simple enough for a beginner but challenging enough for a more advanced student, German Demystified is your shortcut to mastering this complex language.

Luhmann Explained

Author: Hans-Georg Moeller
Publisher: Open Court
ISBN: 0812697510
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What are systems? What is society? What happens to human beings in a hypermodern world? This book is an introduction to Niklas Luhmann's social system theory which explains specific functions like economy and mass media from a cybernetic perspective. Integrating various schools of thought including sociology, philosophy and biology Luhmann Explained results in an overall analysis of "world society". Special attention is given to the present-day relevance of Luhmann's theory with respect to globalization, electronic mass media, ethics, and new forms of protest.

Between Natives And Foreigners

Author: Charles Follen
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820497327
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Karl/Charles Follen has not only been described as a dangerous revolutionary, but he has also been praised as the emblematic representative of German philosophical idealism and theological liberalism. This edition introduces, for the first time, a broad selection of Follen's controversial writings, emphasizing the multilingual dimension of his oeuvre in Germany, Switzerland, and the United States. His essays, lectures, sermons, speeches, and poems concern the challenges of democracy in the socio-political climate of the political Vormarz in Germany and the Jacksonian era in the United States. Follen's writings emerge as a unique storehouse of ideas on topics such as resistance against an aristocratic government, intellectual self-culture, German-American cultural transfer, challenges of American democracy, the reception of German literature, and philosophy during the crucial years of the American Renaissance."

History Of The War In France And Belgium In 1815 3rd Edition

Author: Captain William Siborne
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 1908692154
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When Captain Siborne died in 1849, it is unlikely that he was aware of the enduring historical legacy that he was to leave behind. His History of the War in France and Belgium in 1815 has become the most well known English history of the famous campaign and despite being written over 150 years ago is still in print, still eminently readable and remarkably accurate. The book was the result of his life’s work and passionate dedication to the “Waterloo Model” which depicts a stage of the battle in tremendous detail. The accuracy of the book is accounted for by four tremendously important points; Firstly, Siborne was engaged by the British military establishment to produce a model of the battle of Waterloo, which he did with scrupulous accuracy including painstaking research on the battle ground and environs including surveys of the ground. Secondly, Siborne was a noted topographical engineer who wrote a number of treatises and one of the standard works of the time enabling his appreciation of the battle to be precise and avoid fault of many histories written merely from maps (some produced years afterward)of the area. Thirdly, he undertook what was a the time a ground-breaking “questionnaire” of the surviving officers of the British, King’s German Legion, Hanoverian units involved, to piece together the events of the day. These letters were published in part by Siborne’s son much later. Fourthly he expanded his search for eye-witness testimony to both the Prussian and French army staffs, and although rebuffed by the French, who were understandably tender about the loss of the battle and their Emperor with it, his enquiries were fruitful amongst the Prussian command who supplied a priceless counterbalance to the sometimes jingoistic British accounts. Siborne and his works were ahead of their time, and his search for an accurate representation of the battle won him few friends at Horse Guards. Funding was difficult to obtain from the British establishment and Siborne’s attempts at self-funding the model which was his life’s work were unsuccessful, Siborne died a broken man. He left behind the “Waterloo Model” and a larger scale model which are housed at the Royal Army Museum in London and this excellent book. We chose the third edition as it includes the impassioned defence of his work against the plagiarism of Rev R Gleig’s “Story of Waterloo” and a number of notable changes from the first and second editions prompted by further eye-witness testimony gathered by Siborne. Author - Captain William Siborne (15 October 1797–9 January 1849)

The Civil Law Tradition 3rd Edition

Author: John Henry Merryman
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804768331
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Designed for the general reader and students of law, this is a concise history and analysis of the civil law tradition, which is dominant in most of Europe, all of Latin America, and many parts of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. This new edition deals with recent significant events—such as the fall of the Soviet empire and the resulting precipitous decline of the socialist legal tradition—and their significance for the civil law tradition. The book also incorporates the findings of recent important literature on the legal cultures of civil law countries.