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"der" - maskuline Nomen

(German masculine nouns)

Articles, adjectives, masculine nouns and  prepositions

With this book you can improve your German in a simple, effective and pleasant way. The story, specially written for learners of German, contains only masculine nouns! Thus, the vocabulary can be acquired systematically and the declension of articles and adjectives can be learned easily. The book is suitable for learners with basic knowledge of German (Level A1 and upwards). You can just read and enjoy the story or use this book as a powerful tool to improve your German skills! 

* An entertaining story with 383 masculine nouns (der Spargel, der Schinken, der Teller, der Abend, …)
* Word explanations in English, Spanish and Japanese 
* Detailed grammatical explanations and tips: Articles, adjectives, masculine nouns and prepositions
* Tests and solutions
* Illustrations to support the reading comprehension
*Audio book and vocabulary trainer in the members’ area


Max goes to the market to buy asparagus and ham. Then he wants to go for a little walk. But he meets his new neighbour by the river and they take a short trip to the beer garden.


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Also available in Düsseldorf at Takagi books & more

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 Paperback 9.99€ / eBook 4.99€

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