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Learn German with Stories: Karneval in Köln - 10 Short Stories for Beginners (Dino lernt Deutsch 3) (German Edition) di [Klein, André]
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In this follow-up to “Ferien in Frankfurt”, Dino finds himself in Cologne, the carnival capital of Germany and home of the Cologne Cathedral. Struggling with tacky accommodations and an empty wallet, he stumbles over a gig which promises to be a walk down easy street. But before he knows it, the carnival begins and he’s faced with an onslaught of bewildering customs, an inebriated four-legged friend and sudden downpours of candy.

Explore Cologne’s colorful carnival tradition, learn about local sights and sounds, and improve your German effortlessly along the way!

This book is designed to help beginners make the leap from studying isolated words and phrases to reading (and enjoying) naturally flowing German texts.

Using simplified sentence structures and a very basic vocabulary, this collection of short stories is carefully crafted to allow even novice learners to appreciate and understand the intricacies of coherent German speech.
Each chapter comes with a complete German-English dictionary, with a special emphasis on collocative phrases (high frequency word combinations), short sentences and expressions.

By working with these “building blocks” instead of just single words, learners can accelerate their understanding and active usage of new material and make the learning process more fluid and fun.

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  • Editore: (11 marzo 2014)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Tedesco
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  • Media recensioni: 5.0 su 5 stelle 3 recensioni clienti
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Come tutta la serie Learn German di André Klein: veramente ben fatto. Assolutamente coinvolgente e non noioso. L'unico neo: potrebbe sfruttare un po'meglio gli ebook, ma allora dovrei dargli 6 stelle. Ho visto che è stata pubblicata una raccolta ancora più economica, ma non ricordo quali titoli della serie siano inclusi.
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Buon libro! Idealo per chi vuo di imparare vocabolario in lingua tedesca. E anche buono da un punto di vista socio-culturale per capire la cultura tedesca.
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Di Antonio il 17 febbraio 2015
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Molto divertente da leggere, si capisce molto e utile per arricchire il dizionario.Lo consiglio per uno studente di livello A1 A2.
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19 di 19 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle more stories please, but give Dino a better job and a real life 2 aprile 2014
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Andre Klein writes not only the best, but really the only stories in German for language learners - particularly in the Amazon kindle store. For the rank beginner, he's given readers Peter und das Huhn, Bert das Buch, Fred der Fisch, etc. For advanced learners there's his crimi/detective series, Mord und Morgen. But for the intermediate learner, there are the Dino stories, Café in Berlin, Fieren in Frankfurt and this last Karneval in Koln.

These latter short ten chapter books revolve around Dino, a Sicilian who comes to Germany to learn enough German to get a job. Each chapter is followed by a short glossary. The most useful part of these books is that unlike your language learning program, they give you colloquial expressions. They are also amusing to read -- almost all other German readers are deadly dull, but I can read and reread about Dino's adventures when I want to brush up on my German, because they are fun and ironic, never boring.

I am around level 5 of Rosetta stone, and can read about 80% of these books without needing the glossary, so they have just a bit of a challenge for me. Since the meaning is never more than a page or two away, though, anyone can read them. You'll find Dino's trials and troubles mildly amusing too, and learn a little German vocabulary and something of German life and culture at the same time.

What I'd like though for future stories about Dino, is rather than pass through various cities more or less as a tourist on vacation in the next installment, he tells us about what its like to get a job, maybe a girlfriend and work and shop - real life. At least for one installment. I'm hoping very much Klein continues this series, because they are the best German readers out there . But Dino's had enough sightseeing, pub crawling and partying. Let's see him settling down to a non tourist life in Germany with a real job as the next step in his adventures. After all, he can always get fired or work as a temp to switch the scene for the next installment.

I'd like to see a new Dino volume each month, if possible, or 3-4 times a year. They're not expensive, can be read and reread to refresh vocabulary, are amusing and current, and Klein puts out the only German readers that aren't deadly dull !! (I know, I've looked and his are the only ones that make me laugh and learn.) Here's to more.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Effortless Learning! 25 settembre 2015
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I started out only intending to just buy this book in the series because I have been to Cologne, so there was a personal connection. But after reading it, I have decided to definitely go back and buy the others in the series. The best way I can describe what it is like to read this book is to say it employs a technique of "effortless learning". The author is very good at constructing sentences that provide the context necessary to allow the reader to deduce the meaning of what may be the only word (or figurative saying) in a sentence that a learner does not know. So a reader gets a high level of positive reinforcement from the pleasant surprise of successfully understanding the story. The learning experience is further reinforced by a glossary and a ten question quiz at the end of each chapter.

These books definitely fill a niche. As a beginning German speaker/reader, I find it difficult to find material to read that provides meaningful information, is not too technical to grasp, AND can be counted on to provide proper grammar and sentence construction. Newspaper articles from reputable German sources can be a little too far above my reading comprehension so as to cause frustration when reading. German internet blogs, message boards, etc., may have a wealth of text, but no guarantee as to healthy grammar or proper usage. That only option that leaves an adult learner like me is children's stories. Which is kind of what this is: children's stories for adults- what a great idea!

This book isn't for start-from-total-scratch rank beginners, but anyone with 6 months of honest self-study, or perhaps a year of high school German, should be able to enjoyably read through it. Solid intermediate learners or above will probably find the book too simple. But for my level of comprehension, this is exactly what I need. Five Stars!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Short stories with plenty of enjoyable day-to-day conversations. 8 maggio 2014
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All three of the books in this series, Karneval in Köln, Ferien in Frankfurt, and Café in Berlin, have 10 short stories each, told in first person by Dino, a young Sicilian living in Germany and struggling to improve his German in order to find work there. Each of the stories is packed with vocabulary and idiomatic expressions, but presented in an easy and conversational style that allows the reader with just a little German to work out almost everything from context. The stories are entertaining in themselves—light-hearted and amusing. The vocabulary at the end is there for the sticky bits, and almost everything but the most basic vocabulary is included. You won't need your dictionary.

If you have just a little German, you'll enjoy these. Each story can be read in just a few minutes. Perfect for the morning commute. I would encourage anyone learning or brushing up to read the story first, then review the entire vocabulary at the end to solidify and clarify your new words and phrases.

Once you have read any of these, you'll want to continue with the other two.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Good Review Stories for Learning German for an Older Person 29 ottobre 2015
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I found these books very helpful in my old age quest to continue to learn German. Since my memory is not so good in my dotage, any help I can get towards this effort and find it benefical is rewarding. Each chapter is 2-3 pages long and contains the translations of words and phrases, in bold on the chapter pages. I liked the novel formate, the story line is appropriate to travel, food and lodgings. I bought all three, Berlin, Frankfurt and Koln.
5.0 su 5 stelle Very good for its target audience 18 settembre 2016
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This is a book for learning German, no more, no less. Excellent beginner tutorials for German. The whole series is great. Two are available as audiobooks so you can work on your pronunciation, but these books are geared toward vocabulary and a little grammar.
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