Hodder Education
Aktion Grammatik! Fourth Edition
John Klapper, Helen Kent
Aktion Grammatik! Fourth Edition
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Exam board: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC/Eduqas
Level: A-level
Subject: German
First teaching: September 2016
First exams: Summer 2018

Make German grammar second nature with this trusted reference book containing over 300 activities - now completely revised in line with the new A-level specifications.

- Supplement key resources in class or encourage independent practice at home, with clear explanations of the grammar points needed at A-level and knowledge-check exercises throughout
- Prepare for assessment with longer application activities focused on developing writing skills such as translation and summary
- Build confidence as exercises get increasingly more challenging to mirror students' advancement throughout the course
- Check students' progress with regular grammar tests and all answers supplied online

Title Page
1 Grammar: what is it?
1.1 Spelling
1.2 Parts of speech
1.3 Sentence structure
1.4 Verbs
1.5 Register and style
1.6 German grammar terms
2 Letters and sounds
2.1 The alphabet
2.2 Vowels
2.3 Umlaut
2.4 Diphthongs
2.5 Consonants
3 Punctuation and spelling
3.1 Commas
3.2 Other punctuation
3.3 ss or ß
3.4 Splitting words
3.5 Spelling
4 Articles
4.1 The definite article
4.2 The indefinite article
4.3 Including an article
4.4 Omission of the article
5 Determiners
5.1 What are determiners?
5.2 der words
5.3 ein words
6 Noun genders
6.1 Gender in German
6.2 Masculine nouns
6.3 Feminine nouns
6.4 Neuter nouns
6.5 Compound nouns
6.6 Nouns with two genders
7 Noun plurals
7.1 Plural in -n or -en
7.2 Plural in -e or ¨ + -e
7.3 No change in the plural
7.4 Plural in ¨ only
7.5 Plural in -er or ¨ + -er
7.6 Plural in -s
7.7 Other plurals
8 Noun declensions
8.1 Standard (or strong) declension
8.2 Weak declension
8.3 Adjectival declension
8.4 Mixed declension
9 Pronouns
9.1 Personal pronouns
9.2 Possessive adjectives and pronouns
9.3 Relative pronouns
9.4 Interrogative pronouns
9.5 Indefinite pronouns
10 Nominative case and accusative case
10.1 General information on cases
10.2 The nominative
10.3 The accusative
11 Dative case
11.1 Indirect object
11.2 Prepositions (general)
11.3 Prepositions (location)
11.4 Verbs with dative
11.5 Impersonal verbs
11.6 Verbs with certain prefixes
11.7 Adjectives (sensation)
11.8 Adjectives (general)
11.9 Advantage/disadvantage
11.10 Parts of the body, clothes
12 Genitive case
12.1 Possession
12.2 Verbs with genitive
12.3 Prepositions
12.4 Adjectives
12.5 Expressions with sein
12.6 Time expressions
12.7 Set expressions
13 Adjectives
13.1 Adjective endings
13.2 der declension
13.3 ein declension
13.4 Zero declension
13.5 Other adjective types
13.6 Non-declinable adjectives
13.7 Spelling of certain adjectives
13.8 Adjectives with prepositions
14 Adverbs
14.1 Adverb types
14.2 Forming adverbs
14.3 Adverbs of direction
14.4 Question words
15 Comparison of adjectives and adverbs
15.1 Comparative and superlative adjectives
15.2 Comparative and superlative adverbs
15.3 Adjectives and adverbs: miscellaneous points
16 Prepositions
16.1 Prepositions and their use
16.2 Prepositions with accusative
16.3 Prepositions with dative
16.4 Prepositions with accusative or dative
16.5 Prepositions with genitive
17 Word order: main clauses
17.1 Word order and the finite verb
17.2 Simple sentences
17.3 Two main clauses
17.4 Direct questions and commands
18 Word order: subordinate clauses
18.1 Main and subordinate clauses
18.2 Subordinating conjunctions
18.3 Modal verbs in subordinate clauses
18.4 Infinitive clauses
19 Word order: relative clauses and indirect questions
19.1 Relative clauses
19.2 Indirect questions
20 Word order: pronouns and nouns
20.1 Reflexive pronouns
20.2 Noun and pronoun objects
21 Word order: nicht and adverbs
21.1 Position of nicht
21.2 Adverbs
22 Forms of the verb and the present tense
22.1 Verb forms
22.2 Weak and strong verbs
22.3 Irregular verbs
22.4 Use of the present tense
23 Simple past tense
23.1 Formation: weak verbs
23.2 Formation: strong verbs
23.3 Formation: mixed verbs
23.4 Use of the simple past tense
24 Perfect and pluperfect tenses
24.1 The perfect tense of weak verbs
24.2 The perfect tense of strong verbs
24.3 The perfect tense of mixed verbs
24.4 haben or sein?
24.5 Perfect or simple past?
24.6 The pluperfect tense
25 Future tenses
25.1 The future tense
25.2 The future perfect tense
26 Imperatives
26.1 du form
26.2 Sie form
26.3 ihr form
26.4 Imperative forms of sein
26.5 Infinitives
26.6 ‘Let’s…’
27 Infinitives
27.1 Infinitives without zu
27.2 Infinitives with zu
27.3 Infinitives as nouns
28 Separable and inseparable verbs
28.1 Separable prefixes
28.2 Inseparable prefixes
28.3 Variable prefixes
29 Modal verbs
29.1 What are modal verbs?
29.2 Forms of modal verbs
29.3 Word order with modals
29.4 Missing out the infinitive
29.5 Modal verbs in the perfect tense
29.6 Use of modal verbs
30 Reflexive verbs
30.1 Reflexive pronouns
30.2 Types of reflexive verb
30.3 Other reflexive verbs
31 Impersonal verbs
31.1 es + sein, werden and scheinen
31.2 Weather and natural phenomena
31.3 Noises
31.4 Impersonal constructions
31.5 es as dummy subject
32 Prepositional verbs
32.1 Verbs and prepositions
32.2 Use of prepositional verbs
33 The passive
33.1 Active and passive
33.2 Passive with werden
33.3 Passive with sein
33.4 Use of von and durch
33.5 Alternatives to the passive
34 Subjunctive I
34.1 Two subjunctives
34.2 Formation of Subjunctive I
34.3 Subjunctive I and reported speech
34.4 Other uses of Subjunctive I
35 Subjunctive II
35.1 Formation of Subjunctive II
35.2 Use of Subjunctive II
35.3 würden + infinitive
36 Conditions
36.1 Real conditions
36.2 Unreal conditions
36.3 Unrealisable conditions
36.4 Variations on conditional sentences
37 Apposition
37.1 Apposition and cases
37.2 Titles
37.3 Measurements and dimensions
37.4 Numbers and amounts
37.5 Certain other numbers
37.6 Place names
37.7 Comparisons
38 Numerals
38.1 Cardinal numbers
38.2 Ordinal numbers
38.3 Fractions
39 Dates and times
39.1 Days
39.2 Months
39.3 Dates
39.4 The clock
39.5 Other time expressions
40 Measures and dimensions
40.1 Measurements
40.2 Dimensions
40.3 Shapes
41 Word forms and meanings: verbs
41.1 Word building
41.2 Inseparable prefixes
41.3 Separable prefixes
41.4 Variable prefixes
42 Word forms and meanings: nouns, adjectives and adverbs
42.1 Noun formation
42.2 Adjective formation
42.3 Adverb formation
Verb tables
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