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SWISS GERMAN Beginner Complete method DVD

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With our complete method  You will like SWISS GERMAN.

A fast immersion into everyday life! Are you preparing a trip to Switzerland, are your Swiss friends visiting or is your son leaving for Zürich? This program on DVD joins together three levels (beginning, intermediate and advanced) all in one.
3 illustrated Books
6 DVD video
1 glossary

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1400.057.24.02.UK

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The fun of speaking Swiss German!

It is ideal to master short everyday conversations quickly.

It lets you experience in images, a whole succession of situations of everyday life which you will be easily able to reproduce when you are yourself the main actor!

You will understand better and speak better. It gets easier for you to be part of everyday life in Switzerland without having to translate.

We will tailor the teaching method to match your level of comprehension

The double-memory effect of audio and video finally provide a complete approach, educational as well as entertaining, that appeals to the entire family.
Well-divided into six levels, it will help you and those dear to you to make fast effective progress and whatever your level.

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The complete program on DVD

 

 

 

1. At the airport

 

get in touch with the customs, show your papers, tell your name and nationality, introduce your family using articles (masculine, neuter, feminine) in the nominative and accusative, the present indicative of the verbs “haben” and “sein”. The personal pronouns and the nominative (normal) use the alphabet, the professions, the names of transportation, the countries and the nationalities; a typical expression.

 

2. The taxi

 

Taking a taxi, determine the destination, asking the fare, giving a tip, writing down the needed time; the articles in the dative, the kind of names, the prepositions, the demonstrative pronouns in the nominative and accusative, the relative pronouns.

 

3. In the hotel

Introduce yourself at the hotel reception, the articles in plural as well as the demonstrative and relative pronouns, recognizing the different dialects, a typical expression.

4. The rooms

Describing a hotel room, recognizing different objects in the room, the welcome, the form of politeness. Describing the different rooms of a house using the present indicative, the subjunctive of the regular verbs, a typical expression.

5. The baggage

Describing the contents of the suitcase, the clothes, the personal pronouns in the nominative, accusative and dative (weakly, normally, emphasized), the present indicative of the irregular verbs “nehmen”, “geben”, the numbers of 1 -100, calculation, the 26 Swiss cantons, a typical expression, give orders, the present indicative of the irregular verbs “bleiben”, “sagen”, “übersetzen”, the colors.

6. A telephone call

Getting information from the tourist office, using the possessive pronouns in the nominative, accusative and dative, the present indicative of the irregular verb “sehen”, the sports, the family, a typical expression.

7. In the bank

At the bank counter, coordination with the adjective in the nominative, accusative and dative (definite articles), the present indicative of the irregular verbs “stehen“, “gehen”, lassen”, “machen”, the bank neighborhood, the money, a typical expression of the behavior, writing an address.

8. Reservation

Booking a restaurant table by telephone, coordination with the adjective in the nominative, accusative and dative (indefinite articles), the present indicative of the irregular verbs “können“, “kommen“, the education, a typical expression.

9. In the restaurant

Making a telephone call, describing your activities, the days of the week, the month, the seasons, the date, the prepositions, the ordinal numbers, the hobbies, a typical expression.

10. A telephone call with the grandmother

Chatting on the telephone, describing your activities, the days of the week, the months, the seasons, the date, the prepositions, the ordinal numbers, the hobbies, a typical expression.

11. A business telephone call

Making an appointment on the telephone, the adverbs of place “stehen”,  erheben”, “setzen”, “sich setzen” “enthoben werden - entheben”, occupations”, a typical expression.

12. Car rental

Renting a car, combined past, the present indicative of the irregular verbs “sagen” und “nehmen”, around the car, the great Swiss battles, a typical expression.

13. Shopping

Make purchases, choosing an assistant, the present perfect, the present indicative of the verbs of modality “wollen”, “sollen, “müssen”, the story of Nicolas de la Flue, a typical expression.

14. In the post office

Getting information at the counter, verbs with separable particles (present, past, with an infinitive), the present indicative of the verbs of modality “können“, „mögen“, „Erlaubnis haben”, writing an address, everything around the post office, a typical expression.

15. In the zoo

Buying a ticket, the animals, the news, use the infinitive, the present indicative of irregular verbs “liegen“, „hinstellen/hinlegen“, „hinsetzen”, a typical expression.

16. In the pharmacy

Describing your general condition, describing the symptoms of disease, use the subjunctive, explain a guess, a typical expression

17. Requiring information

Point out a place, indications for the neighborhood, the conditional, a typical expression.

18. The appointment

Asking and giving information about your family, the passive, fruits and vegetables, preparing food, a typical expression

19. The ferry

Making a suggestion, buying tickets, talking about vacation, the noun of the numbers, the time, a typical expression.

20. The railway station

Buying a delicacy, starting a conversation, talking about events, making an invitation, the position of verbs, the negotiation, the railway station, the goodbye, a typical expression.


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