DLI - German Language Course - FLAMRIC Course
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AudiosGerman FLAMRIC - Tape 01 Basic Situations 01-02 Tests 01-06
German FLAMRIC - Tape 02 Basic Situations 01-02 Tests 07-11
The overall purpose of the German Maintenance Refresher Course is to prepare the student as completely as possible to perform his/her linguist duties. It builds on the skills learned previ-ously, either in DLIFLC or through other means, by providing additional vocabulary needed in any type of environment, whether military or social.
The course is designed for use as a self-contained program of instruction, and no supplementary materials are required. This, however, does not preclude the use of available reading materials such as German newspapers, magazines, and books. The different phases of the course are designed to be used concurrently.
This portion of the German FLAMRIC is a grammar review program for the student whose proficiency does not meet the standards stated under "Objectives" below. It is based on the DLIFLC Basic Structure Series and consists of five volumes. Although it could be used in a traditional classroom setting it is designed for use in self-Ipaced or self-instructional mode. The first volume contains self-evaluation quizzes, one for each lesson. Those may also be used as diagnostic tests to determine which grammatical features the student needs to . review. The grammatical structure lessons can be studied sequen-tially, separately, or in conjunction with the volumes titled Basic Situations. See section B below.
The goal of the Grammatical Structures portion of the German FLAMRIC is, simply stated, to make the student's control of basic German grammar equal to that of the DLIFLC Basic Course German Graduate. The skills' objectives are as follows: Speaking: The pronunciation and manipulation of the structures and vocabulary should be accurate and handled with confidence.
The Grammatical Structures portion provides compre-hensive grammatical explanations and reinforcing exercises. An-swers to all questions and keys to exercises have been provided following each lesson to facilitate self-paced, self-instructional study. All exercises are recorded on the audios; a pause for the student's response is provided, after which the correct response is given. Students are not compared with one another. Some students may complete correctly all the items of the lesson self-evaluation quiz by working through each lesson only once; others will need to go over some of the material several times. Estimated study time required for completion of this portion is approximately 50 hours, depending of course on such factors as student aptitude and motivation.
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