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German Language Learning Guide   Tags: germanic_languages_and_literatures, germanic_studies, humanities  

Suggests resources and strategies for learning German using materials from the collection, elsewhere on campus, and on the web
Last Updated: Aug 1, 2013 URL: http://guides.lib.umich.edu/german_language Print Guide RSS Updates

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Search the catalog (Mirlyn) by the subject "German Language".  You can then narrow your search as desired by any of the following subdivisions:

  • self-instruction, i.e. "German language--self-instruction"
  • study and teaching
  • textbooks for foreign speakers
  • conversation and phrase books
  • sound recordings for English speakers
  • grammar
  • dictionaries
 

    Getting Started

This guide offers suggestions for utilizing the wide variety of German language learning resources that are available at the University of Michigan, and points to additional online resources that can further enhance learning.  Whether you are looking to learn a few basics for an upcoming trip, need some German knowledge for your research, or want to further advance your German skills, this guide offers suggestions for a wide range of needs.

 

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Attribution

Guide created by Laura Brubacher.

Maintained by Jennifer Nason Davis.

For help with library resources on German literature, history, or politics contact Beau Case.

For help with learning the German language, contact the U-M Language Resource Center.

      

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