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Anybody have the ''English grammar for students of German'' book?

Hello. I am studying to take the telc B2 Exam and I have read that this is a really good book to understand German grammar coming from an English point of view.

Does anybody have this book that I could borrow? Or buy off of you?

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Re: Anybody have the ''English grammar for students of German'' book?

I have it, an older edition, but I doubt much has changed.

I found it quite helpful as I started learning German.

If you want it, PM me your address and I'll pop it in the post.
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Re: Anybody have the ''English grammar for students of German'' book?

Hi


Could I be a bit cheeky and ask the name/author of this book. Sounds damn useful...


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Re: Anybody have the ''English grammar for students of German'' book?

Cecile Zorach and Charlotte Melin

http://www.amazon.co.uk/English-Gram...dent+of+german
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Re: Anybody have the ''English grammar for students of German'' book?

Thank you - I hadn't quite put two and two together and realised the title of the post was actually the title of the book!


Slightly embarrassed now...
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Re: Anybody have the ''English grammar for students of German'' book?

Yea I suppose I should have reiterated that in the post and added the author. I blame Tuesdays...zapped all my brain power.
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