DLI - German Language Course - Modular Course
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AudiosGerman Modular 01 Text 01-05 Side a
German Modular 01 Text 01-05 Side b
German Modular 01 Text 06-10
German Modular 01 Text 11-19
German Modular 02 Text 27-34
This introductory workbook, and the 43 workbooks which follow it, are part of a series of German language modules developed by the Defense Language Institute. Final revision and editing were done at DLI, Office of Research and Development, with Dr. Hans W. Munze serving as Project Officer. Mrs. Margot K. Evans, on detail from the German Language Department, was responsible for revision of the manuscript and also served as senior editor.
This workbook, in conjunction with the accompanying ape, constitutes the introduction to a series of 3 modules, each consisting of a audio and a workbook, are designed to teach selected basic structures f the German language through programmed audio recorded and written exercises. A User Guide accompanies these materials.
The modules are intended as supplements to the German basic Course or other German courses in the Defense Language Program and will serve to introduce, drill x review the grammatical structures involved. They my be scheduled in the language laboratory, classroom language laboratory (CLAB) or for home study, nd may be administered in an individualized or con-rolled study mode. The module numbers reflect the sequencing of structural features in the DLI German Basic Course, but other sequences are permissible as long as the prerequisites for each individual module are met.
German is a West Germanic language. It derives most of its vocabulary from the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family. A number of words are derived from Latin and Greek, and fewer from French and English. Widely spoken languages which are most similar to German include Luxembourgish, Dutch, the Frisian languages, English and the Scandinavian languages.
German is spoken in: Germany
German is also called: Alemanic, Alemannic, Alemannisch, Alsacien, Alsatian, Elsaessisch, German