No Artist - Wie Bitte? (A Beginners' Course In German) Record 3 album flac
Title: Wie Bitte? (A Beginners' Course In German) Record 3
Style: Education, Dialogue
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Record 3 Programes 21 to 30. A BBC Television course of 30 programs for beginners in German First Broadcast October 1969 to June 1970 Repeated October 1971 to June 1972. This television series is accompanied by three books and three records. Made in Great Britain Recording first published 1970. Matrix, Runout (Side-A Runout ): V OP 137 29 BBC.
Lesson 1 A1 A2 Lesson 2 A3 A4 Lesson 3 A5 A6 Lesson 4 A7 A8 Lesson 5 A9 Lesson 6 A10 A11 Lesson 7 B1 B2. Questions And Answers Practice. My', 'Your', 'Not' Practice. Made in Great Britain Recording first published 1969.
Take a look at some general tactics for improving listening skills when conversing in German. Maybe you’ve boldly started a conversation and, as soon as the familiar topics of introducing yourself and such have been exhausted, you find yourself overwhelmed by speech that leaves you gasping for air. You may find it hard to follow or even distinguish familiar words. At this point, a kind of panic sets in that makes it completely impossible to focus and understand. This is normal, so don’t be discouraged.
Bitte," a common German word, can mean please, you're welcome, here you go, May I help you? and Pardon? depending on setting and context. Ich bin heute einkaufen gegangen. I went shopping today. Wie Bitte? Pardon me? Ich habe gesagt, dass ich heute einkaufen gegangen bin. I said, I went shopping today. Expressing "Here You Go" and "Please". A host might use bitte when handing something, such as a slice of pie, to a guest, as in: "Here you g. Or, a customer and a waiter might both use bitte in the following exchange: Customer: Ein Stück Apfelkuchen bitte. A piece of apple cake please.
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|A3||How To Talk About Movement Towards...|
|A5||How To Say 'If..'|
|A9||Ordering A Meal|
|B1.a||Revision: Asking The Way|
|B1.b||Revision: 'Can' And 'Must'|
|B2.a||Revision: Arranging To Meet Someone|
|B2.b||Revision: How To Say What You Want To Do|
|B3||Revision: How To Talk About The Past|
|B4||Revision: Reported Speech|
|B5||Revision: Giving Reasons|
- Published By – British Broadcasting Corporation
- Printed By – Moore & Matthes Ltd.
- Design [Cover] – Hugh Marshall
- Other [Language Teaching Adviser] – Antony Peck
- Producer – David Hargreaves
- Script By [Drama Scriptwriter], Voice – Milo Sperber
- Voice – David Hadda, Dorothea Neukirchen, Lilli Demel, Michael Wolf , Werner Umberg
NotesRecord 3 Programes 21 to 30
A BBC Television course of 30 programs for beginners in German
First Broadcast October 1969 to June 1970
Repeated October 1971 to June 1972
This television series is accompanied by three books and three records.
Made in Great Britain
Recording first published 1970
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side-A Runout [Stamped]): V OP 137 29 BBC
- Matrix / Runout (Side-B Runout [Stamped]): V OP 138 21 BBC
- Other (SBN, Back-cover): 563 09359 5
|OP 137/138||No Artist||Wie Bitte? (A Beginners' Course In German) Record 3 (LP)||BBC TV||OP 137/138||UK||Unknown|