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German I: This class will focus on written German, however, there will be spoken exercises to be done without instructor supervision. Homework will be given. Students will learn to introduce themselves, ask basic questions, place orders in a restaurant and other basic German sentences and requests.
Also see our Dutch->German, French->German, Spanish->German, Italian->German, Afrikaans->German, Latin->German on-line translating dictionaries! Others on the web include: Langenscheidt's German<->English and German<->Spanish Dictionary, and German Grammar. Other places on the web teaching German: The Mining Co's German Language, German for Beginners, and German Language Page.
You can learn German in Germany from a number of German Language Schools, from schools listed at the International Association of Language Centres, and the Treffpunkt school in Bamberg. And a list of schools in Austria is at Campus Austria, or try the ActiLingua Acadamy in Vienna.
For more information about Germany, see The German Way, the Webfoot's Guide to Germany, Southern Germany for Visitors, City.Net Germany, and Germany Today. For WWW sites in Germany, see the Karte Deutscher WWW-Server and Deutschsprachige WWW-Angebote.
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