Frau Hasenfuss macht Magie. V1 (A1-A2)

We all know that the woods in Germany are full of Rumpelstiltskin and gnomes, and that German bureaucracy is absolutely terrible…

Frau Hasenfuss macht Magie is an eBook for A1-A2 German learners who find grammar difficult or have gaps in their knowledge.
Even German grammar can be fun when there’s magic involved.

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Learn German with Miss Hasenfuss! Miss Hasenfuss is a woman like no other. She snaps her fingers – and something magical happens.

This eBook is for all, who have gaps in their German grammar or simply don’t enjoy learning it (but know they need to learn it anyway!)

The book includes mnemonics (learning techniques) for grammatical structuress, that means grammatical structures are repeated throughout so you can’t forget them.

Learn German better and more efficiently with this fun eBook!

What’s inside:
The eBook contains 5 chapters, each focusing on one of the following grammatical themes:

  • Prepositions 
  • Dative (Forms and Verbs with the Dative Case)
  • Modal verbs 
  • Relative clauses
  • Adjectives: Comparative and superlative 

The eBook comes with:

  • Audio recording of the eBook
  • Exercises, so you can practise using the grammar you learn about
  • extensive German/German and German/English glossary to aid understanding

Frau Hasenfuss macht Magie. V2. Als ich im Urlaub war. (A1-A2)

Learn German with Miss Hasenfuss! Miss Hasenfuss is special – she snaps her fingers and something magical happens. V2 in this series focuses entirely on German word order.

Learn German better and more efficiently with this fun eBook! Even German grammar can be fun when there’s magic involved.

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The German word order is so different to English, Spanish or French word order, that nearly all beginner (and post-beginner) make a lot of mistakes.

“Als ich im Urlaub war” (when I was on holiday) is an eBook for A1-A2 German learners who find grammar difficult, have gaps in their knowledge or simply don’t enjoy learning it (but know they need to learn it anyway!)The eBook contains 5 chapters, each focusing on one of the following grammatical themes:

  • Hauptsätze (main sentences)
  • Verb-II-Position (zuerst, dann, danach)
  • difference: als-wenn-wann
  • Nebensätze (subordinates)
  • Adjectives: Perfekt (German Past Tense)

You also get:

  • Audio recording of the eBook
  • Exercises, so you can practise using the grammar you learn about
  • extensive German/German and German/English glossary to aid understanding

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Learn German with a story. Berlin, Kuchen & Liebe (A1)

You have started learning German and want to bring your knowledge to the next level? Or you want to prepare for the Goethe Certificate A1 the fun way?  Then read the story about the Italian Maria and her holiday in Berlin.

With exercises, audio files and English translations.

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  • Real German – the way people speak (and textbooks don’t)
  • 6 chapters with a lot of different exercises
  • English translation of the whole text
  • Different exercises with solutions
  • Prepare for the Goethe A1 test
  • Links to Youtube videos provide more informations on certain topics
  • Pictures make it easier to understand the text
  • Join the moderated Facebook Group for this eBook and ask questions, chat in German and meet other German learners!
  • Get the German eBook as a EPUB and PDF. Inside, you find the link to download the MP3-Files.

How does the book help for the Goethe Exam A1?

The exercises are very similar to the Goethe A1 exam. They are especially designed to match the questions of the test.

I am post-beginners (A2.1). Is this book to easy for me?

Reading and listening is a good way to improve your vocabulary. If your are a post-beginner, don’t look at the English translation and try to read fluently. The exercises might be too easy sometimes, but it is still important to repeat vocabulary and grammar you may have forgotten. You will also learn German the way it’s really spoken and used in Germany.

Short Stories: 10 Personen und ein Kontrolleur. German eBook for (A2-B1)

You are a post-beginner and want to read real German texts? Your German is probably lacking colloquialism and typical expressions?

Read the 11 entertaining short stories about different people in Berlin – with exercises and audio.

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The content of this book

The people in the stories are as colourful as their city – a rich layer, a smart-aleck girl with her cheeky and wild sister, a Turkish mum pondering about German kids, a beautiful and sexy east European student, a good-looking Erasmus guy madly in love, a crazy and intelligent, but tired critical thinker, a disabled former GDR actress and her Asian nurse, a desperate programmer without a WiFi connection and finally – the ticket inspector.

One person doesn’t have a ticket. Read what happens next!

What awaits you in the German eBook?

  • 11 short stories – don’t get bored and read one story at a time!
  • Comprehension and grammar exercises with solutions
  • Audio files
  • English translation
  • Pictures to help comprehension

Learn German with a story. Krimi in Berlin. V.1

Tired of German text books? With the Krimi in Berlin, learning German is fun and natural. This eBook is a must-read for intermediate German learners looking for something a little bit different. Slang words, spoken language and audio materials complement the eBook.

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For German learners who would like to read more than their textbooks, Krimi in Berlin (Crime Novels in Berlin) eBook and audiobook series is the perfect stepping stone between beginners’ sentences and complicated novels.
This eBook provides:
  • glossaries at the end of each chapter
  • slang and colloquialisms (“Umgangssprache”)
  • audio (more than 80 min)
  • Get the German eBook as a EPUB and PDF. Inside, you find the link to download the MP3-Files.

Get the preview of two chapters (Dropbox)! or the PDF-Preview

With the Krimi in Berlin series, learning German is fun and natural. This eBook is a must-read for intermediate German learners looking for something a little bit different to give their German that extra edge.

About this story:

Krimi in Berlin revolves around Hercule Poirot (no, not that one), a Frenchman who moves to Berlin only to discover he has become the victim of fraud. Enter Merk, a woman who is the complete opposite of the conservative and meat-loving Hercule – she is an ultra-left hacker, vegan, constantly broke, with a half-shaved head, tattoos and a tendency to use swearwords. This unlikely pair find that they work really well together, and in Krimi in Berlin V1 end up solving mysteries which go far deeper than just Hercule’s deposit fraud.


Beschreibung auf Deutsch:

Der konservative Franzose Hercule Poirot (nein, nicht der Hercule Poirot) kommt nach Berlin und muss entdecken, dass er Opfer eines Betrugs geworden ist: er hatte die Kaution für seine Wohnung überwiesen, doch der Vermieter ist einfach nicht aufgetaucht. So wird er Untermieter von Merk, eine ultralinke Hackerin, Veganerin, die ständig pleite ist. Mit ihrem halbrasierten Kopf, ihren Tattoos und ihrem Hang zum Fluchen hat Hercule fast Angst vor ihr. Hercule und sie sind das totale Gegenteil – daher arbeiten sie richtig gut zusammen. Was sie entdecken, ist viel schlimmer als der Kautionsbetrug…

  • ein spannender & lustiger Krimi aus Berlin auf dem Level B1-B2
  • viele Sprichwörter & Redewendungen
  • “Umgangssprache“ (ugs.) Sprache, wie man wirklich spricht
  • Slang und Schimpfwörter
  • Audiodateien – über 80 Minuten Länge!

Learn German with a story. Krimi in Berlin. V.2

You want to learn more German slang and proverbs? Continue learning German with the strange detective duo Hercule and Merk.

“This mini e-book is long enough to challenge B2 German learners, but short and exciting enough to keep you engaged. It is comes with an audio track and explains key phrases, but doesn’t feel textbook tedious. […] A snappy, entertaining read.” (from: Award Winning Blog Englishman in Berlin)

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This eBook provides:
  • glossaries at the end of each chapter
  • slang and colloquialisms (“Umgangssprache”)
  • audio (more than 80 min)

With the Krimi in Berlin series, learning German is fun and natural. This eBook is a must-read for intermediate German learners looking for something a little bit different to give their German that extra edge.

Get the preview (Dropbox)! or the PDF PREVIEW

About this story:

Krimi in Berlin revolves around Hercule Poirot (no, not that one), a Frenchman who moves to Berlin only to discover he has become the victim of fraud. Enter Merk, a woman who is the complete opposite of the conservative and meat-loving Hercule – she is an ultra-left hacker, vegan, constantly broke, with a half-shaved head, tattoos and a tendency to use swearwords. This unlikely pair find that they work really well together, and in Krimi in Berlin V1 end up solving mysteries which go far deeper than just Hercule’s deposit fraud.

Hercule and she are the total opposite – maybe that’s why the start working together really well. After solving the issue of the fraud, and indeed another mystery, they are now once again faced with another potential crime to solve: at the opening of Hercule’s restaurant, one of the guests found their phone had been used to send strange and potentially career-ruining messages without his knowledge! Reunited, Hercule and Merk try to solve the source of this crime, only to find themselves unravelling a whole web of problems, from strange texts all the way to harassment…

Learn German with a story. Krimi in Berlin. V.3

Hercule receives the surprising news that his grandmother is getting married. Almost immediately, Hercule and Merk are swept off to Italy. Desperate to trust his grandmother’s fiancé, Hercule tries not to think anything bad of him, until the warning signs get too loud to ignore and Hercule and Merk find themselves solving another crime mystery once again. As well as glossaries at the end of each chapter, this eBook also contains comprehension and grammar exercises.

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This eBook provides:
  • glossaries at the end of each chapter
  • slang and colloquialisms (“Umgangssprache”)
  • audio (more than 80 min)
  • Exercises (*new!)

With the Krimi in Berlin series, learning German is fun and natural. This German eBook is a must-read for intermediate German learners looking for something a little bit different to give their German that extra edge.

Get the preview of the first two chapters (Dropbox)! or read the PDF PREVIEW

 

About this story:

Hercule, our French hobby detective, receives the surprising news that his rich grandmother is getting married. His brother is sure he is an “Erbschleicher” – legacy hunter. Desperate to trust his grandmother’s fiancé, Hercule tries not to think anything bad of him, until the warning signs get too loud to ignore and Hercule and Merk find themselves solving another crime mystery once again.

As well as glossaries at the end of each chapter, this eBook also contains comprehension and grammar exercises to add variety and test readers on their German.

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