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Modern German grammar: a practical guide

1st Person: Dodd, Bill J.
Additional Persons: Eckhard-Black, Christine; Klapper, John; Whittle, Ruth
Type of Publication: Book
Published: London [u.a.] Routledge 2007
Edition: 2. ed., repr.
Series: Routledge modern grammars
Keywords: Deutsch
Fremdsprache
Grammatik
German language > Grammar
German language > Textbooks for foreign speakers > English
German language > English > Textbooks for foreign speakers
German language > Grammar
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992 |a  CONTENTS INTRODUCTION IX HOW TO USE THIS BOOK XI GLOSSARY XIII PART A STRUCTURES I LETTERS AND SOUNDS 3 1 VOWELS 3 2 DIPHTHONGS 4 3 CONSONANTS 4 4 STRESS 5 II WORD ORDER 7 5 SIMPLE SENTENCES AND MAIN CLAUSES 7 6 TWO MAIN CLAUSES 9 7 DIRECT QUESTIONS AND COMMANDS 10 8 SUBORDINATE CLAUSES 11 9 INDIRECT QUESTIONS 14 10 RELATIVE CLAUSES 14 11 ORDER OF ADVERBIALS 16 12 NOUN AND PRONOUN OBJECTS 17 13 POSITION OF NICHT 18 14 POSITION OF REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS 19 15 FLEXIBLE WORD ORDER AND EMPHASIS 20 III THE CASE SYSTEM 23 16 THE CASES 23 17 THE NOMINATIVE 23 18 THE ACCUSATIVE 24 19 THE DATIVE 26 20 THE GENITIVE 31 21 APPOSITION 33 IV NOUNS 36 22 THE ARTICLE 36 23 USE OF THE ARTICLES 37 24 DETERMINERS 41 25 GENDER 43 26 COMPOUND NOUNS AND ACRONYMS 47 27 GENDER VARIATIONS 47 28 NOUN DECLENSIONS 48 29 PLURALS 50 V PRONOUNS 54 30 PRONOUN REFERENCE AND FORMS 54 31 OTHER FORMS USED AS PRONOUNS 57 32 PRONOUNS USED AFTER PREPOSITIONS 58 VI VERBS 59 33 VERB FORMS 59 34 USE OF TENSES 71 35 MODAL VERBS 74 36 SEPARABLE AND INSEPARABLE VERBS 81 37 REFLEXIVE VERBS 87 38 PREPOSITIONAL VERBS 90 39 THE SUBJUNCTIVE 93 40 THE PASSIVE 102 41 IMPERATIVES 105 42 BASIC SENTENCE PATTERNS: VERBS AND THEIR COMPLETION 107 VII ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS 118 43 PREDICATIVE AND ATTRIBUTIVE ADJECTIVES 118 44 DECLENSION FOLLOWING DER ETC. 118 45 DECLENSION FOLLOWING EIN ETC. 120 46 'ZERO' DECLENSION 121 47 OTHER ADJECTIVE TYPES 123 48 COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES 125 49 EXTENDED ADJECTIVAL PHRASES 129 50 ADVERBS 129 51 COMPARISON OF ADVERBS 132 VIII WORD STRUCTURE AND WORD FORMATION 134 52 PRINCIPLES OF WORD FORMATION 134 53 FORMING VERBS 135 54 FORMING NOUNS 135 55 FORMING ADJECTIVES 139 56 FORMING ADVERBS 141 57 THE MEANING OF VERBAL PREFIXES 142 IX STYLE AND ORTHOGRAPHY 146 58 FORMAL AND INFORMAL STYLE 146 59 SPELLING AND PUNCTUATION 148 PART B FUNCTIONS X SOCIAL CONTACT 159 60 GREETING 159 61 MAKING INTRODUCTIONS 165 62 TAKING LEAVE 175 63 EATING AND 
992 |a DRINKING 180 64 GIVING AND RECEIVING COMPLIMENTS 188 65 EXPRESSING COMMISERATION 191 66 EXPRESSING GOOD WISHES 195 67 GIVING AND RECEIVING THANKS, EXPRESSING APPRECIATION 201 68 EXPRESSING APOLOGIES AND REGRET 206 XI GIVING AND SEEKING FACTUAL INFORMATION 211 69 TALKING AND ENQUIRING ABOUT EXISTENCE 211 70 TALKING AND ENQUIRING ABOUT ABSENCE AND NON-EXISTENCE 215 71 EXPRESSING AND ENQUIRING ABOUT AVAILABILITY 221 72 TALKING ABOUT NON-AVAILABILITY 224 73 IDENTIFYING AND SEEKING IDENTIFICATION 227 74 DESCRIBING PEOPLE 231 75 DESCRIBING OBJECTS 241 76 DESCRIBING ACTIONS AND PROCESSES 252 77 AVOIDING DESCRIBING THE AGENT OF PROCESSES AND ACTIONS 267 78 DESCRIBING ORIGINS AND PROVENANCE 269 XII PUTTING EVENTS INTO A WIDER CONTEXT 274 79 GIVING REASONS AND PURPOSE 274 80 PROVIDING SPATIAL CONTEXT 281 81 PROVIDING TEMPORAL CONTEXT 286 82 TALKING ABOUT CAUSE AND EFFECT 296 83 DRAWING CONCLUSIONS WITH REFERENCE TO SOURCES 300 84 REFERRING TO SOURCES OF INFORMATION 303 85 REPORTING OTHER PEOPLE'S WORDS AND CLAIMS 307 86 EXPRESSING NECESSITY 309 87 EXPRESSING ABILITY TO DO SOMETHING 317 88 CONVEYING DOUBT AND CERTAINTY 319 89 EXPRESSING ASSUMPTIONS, DISCUSSING POSSIBILITY, PROBABILITY AND CONDITIONS 322 XIII TRANSACTIONS: GETTING THINGS DONE 325 90 ATTRACTING ATTENTION 325 91 HELPING AND ADVISING 328 92 ASKING FOR SOMETHING TO BE DONE 333 93 EXPRESSING NEEDS, WISHES AND DESIRES 336 94 EXPRESSING OBJECTIONS AND COMPLAINTS 339 95 GIVING AND SEEKING PROMISES AND ASSURANCES 346 96 ISSUING, ACCEPTING AND DECLINING INVITATIONS AND OFFERS 349 97 SEEKING, GRANTING AND DENYING PERMISSION 353 98 MAKING, ACCEPTING AND DECLINING SUGGESTIONS 356 99 ISSUING AND RESPONDING TO WARNINGS 358 XIV CONVEYING ATTITUDES AND MENTAL STATES 362 100 ASSERTING AND DENYING THE TRUTH OF SOMETHING 362 101 EXPRESSING KNOWLEDGE 364 102 REMEMBERING AND FORGETTING 366 103 EXPRESSING FUTURE INTENTIONS 368 104 EXPRESSING LIKES AND DISLIKES: PEOPLE, THINGS AND SITUATIONS 
992 |a 369 105 INDICATING PREFERENCES 371 106 EXPRESSING INDIFFERENCE 373 107 VOICING OPINION 373 108 EXPRESSING FIRM CONVICTIONS 375 109 EXPRESSING AGREEMENT AND DISAGREEMENT 376 110 TALKING ABOUT PHYSICAL WELL BEING 381 111 EXPRESSING HAPPINESS, FEAR AND SADNESS 393 112 EXPRESSING SATISFACTION AND DISSATISFACTION 401 113 EXPRESSING HOPES, WISHES AND DISAPPOINTMENT 404 114 EXPRESSING SURPRISE 409 115 EXPRESSING ENJOYMENT AND PLEASURE 412 XV COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES 416 116 USING FILLERS 416 117 KEEPING THE CHANNEL OPEN 418 118 ASKING FOR SPOKEN LINGUISTIC CUES 425 119 SHAPING THE COURSE OF A CONVERSATION 427 120 TURN-TAKING IN CONVERSATIONS 432 121 DELIVERING MONOLOGUES (FORMAL SPEAKING) 435 INDEX 441 DODD, BILL J. : MODERN GERMAN GRAMMAR : A PRACTICAL GUIDE / BILL DODD, CHRISTINE ECKHARD-BLACK, JOHN KLAPPER, RUTH WHITTLE. - 2. ED., REPR. . - LONDON [U.A.] : ROUTLEDGE, 2007. - XVIII, 454 S. . - ISBN: 0-415-27299-8. - ISBN: 0-415-27300-5. - ISBN: 978-0-415-27299-5. - ISBN: 978-0-415- 27300-8. - (ROUTLEDGE MODERN GRAMMARS) . -INCLUDES INDEX 
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