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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Learn German for Your Holiday by Angelika Davey is a helpful book that will introduce readers to the German language. The lessons are useful not only in learning the basics of the language, but also as a refresher for those who haven't spoken German for a long time. This book makes basic German easy to learn. The 30 tasks taught in the book not only teach the words and their meanings, but also teach readers how to properly pronounce the words in the sentences. The book is perfect for those who want to learn the basics of German, but do not have much time to go for classes.
I found the book very helpful as it makes the language easy to comprehend and learn. It reaches out to a lot of new readers; to those who are traveling to Germany and want to know the basics of the language, and to those who want to refresh their German. The author makes it very simple and easy for everyone to understand, learn, and speak the language with the proper accent and pronunciation. The book is a complete package to learn the basics of the language. It's a book worth reading and also having in one's personal collection because of its simple and useful lessons for a beginner.