Can someone recommend me beginner German books to read? I learned how to make sentences basically so far.?
Basically, i need to expand upon my vocabulary, even children book will do, i think.
- pastavangelistLv 45 years agoFavorite Answer
A good book to start is The Little Prince. I've read it in four languages and it's great because the vocabulary and grammar are simple enough for new language learners, but the subject is appropriate for adults. (It's sort of funny and cute, and philosophical).
I like to use The Little Prince as a sort of "Rosetta Stone" when I'm first learning a language... I can have the english language book nearby any time I get stuck on a word or phrase.
Free German pdf:
Free English pdf:
The Little Prince is an internationally beloved classic, so it's easy to find audio recordings all over the place in whichever language you're trying to learn.
If you want to take it very slow, or need a confidence booster, Blaine Ray and the "Command Performance Language Institute" specialize in writing short books for language learners. The vocabulary and grammar are deliberately simple and useful. Right now most of their books are in Spanish and French, but they have a handful of books in German as well:
- Erik Van ThienenLv 75 years ago
Have a look at : http://www.alphabet-garten.com/store/index.php?app...