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Portrait of Martin Luther
by Lucas Cranach
Martin Luther's translation of
the Bible from Greek and Latin
into the German vernacular
first made the text widely
accessible to common people.
His translation is the version
still most commonly used
by German speakers today.
Beyond that, his German Bible
also helped bridge the many
German dialects that existed
at the time and established
the basis of a standard form
of the language.
English <> German
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Books & Software (2)
has a wide array of books about German language and culture
& German learning software.
For books in German or books published
in Europe, check at alibris
for both new and used books from dealers around the globe.
in 10 Minutes a Day, by Kristine K.
Kershul, 132 p. (1998)
Everything Learning German Book: Speak,
Write and Understand Basic German in No Time, by Edward Swick,
340 p. (2003)
Yourself German: Complete Course, by
Paul Coggle, 272 p. (2003)
A Self-Teaching Guide, by Heimy Taylor,
Werner Haas, 288 p. (1997)
German: In 20 Lessons, by Eva C. Lange,
384 p. (1990)
for Reading Knowledge, by Hubert Jannach,
Richard Alan Korb, 336 p. (2004)
German: A Course Book and Reference Grammar, by
Waltraud Coles, Bill Dodd, 377 p. (1998)
Books & CDs / DVDs
Talk German: Advanced, DVD-ROM (1999)
Learn via this episode from
the hugely popular television series Ein Fall für zwei.
Full-screen video with games and exercises, complete subtitles, self-record
New Basic German, CD and book, by
Berlitz Publishing, 136 p. (2003)
Rush Hour German, CD and book, by
Berlitz Publishing, 120 p. (2003)
German Beginner-Intermediate, manual
& CDs, by Living Language, 448 p. (2004)
German Advanced, manual & CD,
by Living Language (2003)
in Your Car German: Level One, CD,
by Henry M. Raymond (2002)
in Your Car German: Level Two, CD,
by Henry M. Raymond (2002)
3-Level Set: The Complete Language Course (Learn in Your Car), audio
CD, by Henry N. Raymond (2002)
in 3 Months German: Beginner's CD Language Course, by
Sigrid-B Martin, 272 p. book & CD (2003)
with Michel Thomas, audio CD (2001)
Yourself German Complete Course, 3rd
ed., by Paul Coggle (2003)
Mastering German, book & audio CD,
by Foreign Service Institute (1992)
Off in German, book & audio CD,
by Heike Schommartz, Andrea Reitz, 256 p. (2000)
Stone German Personal Edition Level 1 only CD-ROM, by Fairfield
Language Technolgies (2002)
Stone German Level 1 & 2 Personal Edition CD-ROM, by Fairfield
TeLL Me More German Premium Collection, 750+ hours of Beginner,
Intermediate, Advanced instruction, 3600 exercises, hours of
Immersion German Deluxe, 5 CD-ROMs & 3 audio CDs.
Stone German Explorer, 22 CD-ROM lessons.
to Speak German 8.1, 5 CDs & over 100 lessons.
German, 15 CD-ROM lessons
& Learn! German, by EuroTalk Interactive (2004)
German Now! 9.0 CD-ROM, by Transparent Language (2002)
Everyday German, CD FREE, Shipping costs only. (These
sell out quickly.)
German Visual Personal Interpreter, CD FREE, Shipping
Beginner's German, CD FREE,
Shipping costs only. (These sell out quickly.)
& Learn German, CD FREE, Shipping costs only.
Quickstart: German Immersion, CD FREE, Shipping costs
only. (These sell out quickly.)
of the German Language, by John T.
Waterman, 284 p. (1991)
German-Speaking World: A Practical Introduction to Sociolinguistic
Issues, by Patrick Stevenson, 254
in German: A Critical Approach to German Sociolinguistics, by
Stephen Barbour, Patrick Stevenson, 322 p. (1990)
German: A Guide to Contemporary Usage, by
Martin Durrell, 350 p. (2003)
German Language Today: A Linguistic Introduction, by
Charles V. J. Russ, 350 p. (1994)
German Language and the Real World: Sociolinguistic,
Cultural, and Pragmatic Perspectives on Contemporary German, by
Patrick Stevenson, 424 p. (1995)
Structure of German, by Anthony Fox,
320 p. (2005)
German Language in a Changing Europe, by
Micheal Clyne, 285 p. (1995)
the German Language by Sally Johnson,
288 p. (1998)
and History in the Early Germanic World, by
D. H. Green, 460 p. (2000)
Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache, with
CD-ROM, by Friedrich Kluge (2003)
in der DDR: Ein Wörterbuch, by Birgit
Wolf, 259 p. (2000)
Germanic Languages, new ed., by Ekkehard
König, Johan Van Der Auwera, 648 p. (2002)
Cambridge History of the Germanic Languages, 2
vols., by Robert B. Howell, Paul T. Roberge, Joseph C. Salmons (2004).
Dutch: A Dialect of South German With an Infusion of English, S.
S. Haldeman, 69 p. (2003)
Phonology of Pennsylvania German English as Evidence
of Language Maintenance and Shift, by Achim Kopp, 345 p. (1999)
Deitsh Dictionary: Deitsh to English,
English to Deitsh, Thomas Beachy, 164 p. (1999)
English and Its Closest Relatives: A Survey of the Earliest Germanic
Languages, by Orrin W. Robinson, 290
Old Saxon Language: Grammar, Epic Narrative, Linguistic Interference, by
Irmengard Rauch, 416 p. (1992)
German Translation: A Course in Translation Method: German to English, by
Sandor Hervey, Ian Higgins, Michael Loughridge. 256 p. (1995)
Self-Training: German, book &
CD-ROM, 120 p. (2001)
Basis for Scientific and Engineering Translation: German-English-German, by
Michael Hann, 250 p. (2004)
German: Advanced Language Skills, book
& audio cassettes, by Ursula Boser, Hugh Keith, 60 p. (2001)
Software & Electronics
German Pro, CD-ROM, by LEC.
German, CD-ROM, by LEC. (2004)
ECTACO English <> German <> Russian Voice Translator,
Speech-to-speech interpreter, w/ bilingual dictionaries and
ECTACO English <-> German Audio PhraseBook (B-3),
voice interpreter w/ 14,000 phrases
Franklin 5 Language European Communicator (CET-180), 10,000
words w/ voice in English, French, German, Italian & Spanish.
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