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    Advanced German vocabulary

    Advanced German Vocabulary is a reference guide and revision aid for anyone studying German at a higher level. It is suitable for students taking GCE AS/A level and higher, as well as those learning German for business purposes. Contempaorary words and phrases are arranged in topic- based sections. Each section provides the user with an up-to-date collection of essential vocabulary. A Vokabeltip in each section encourages the development of vacabulary learning strategies. Also included are a comprehensive list of internet web-sites for futher study and research, a verb list and general everyday phrases including language for expressing opinions and talking about youth culture.
    Practice in German grammar: for students starting post-16 courses

    Practice in German 2nd Edition intrduces students to the more formal grammatical knowledge required for advanced examinations in German. Starting from notions that are already familiar it leads gradually towards a higher level of competence in both spoken and written German. Grammatical structures are introduced by means of dialogues, setting the language in everyday context. Grammatical rules are explained clearly and methodically in English and are then practised in a series of exercises in which the language is kept relatively simple. Practice in German is both a practical workbook and a useful reference book, providing help dealing with individual difficulties and enabeling students to check for themselves how a particular structure works.
    Vocabulary for GCSE German

    Incorporates all the vocabulary specified by the main Awarding Bodies for Foundation and Higher Tiers. Provides a revision guide, a checklist, a consolidation and reference book for pupils taking GCSE or Standard Grade exams. Offers vocabulary building exercises, puzzles and games, model phrases for written and oral examinations and tips on vocabulary learning and the use of dictionaries.

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    This newly revised 7th edition contains the latest information on the new SAT Subject Test for Math Level 2. The study guide comes complete with an in-depth review of algebra, solid geometry, trigonometry, and more. Build your test-taking skills with 6 full-length practice exams. Study smarter with detailed answers to every practice question. Each question is explained in an easy-to-understand format. Follow up your study with REA's test-taking strategies, powerhouse drills and schedule guidelines that get you ready for test day.

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    The best test preparation for the SAT II, subject test, German

    Master the SAT II German Subject Test and score higher... Our test experts show you the right way to prepare for this important college exam. REA's SAT II German Subject test prep covers all German language areas to appear on the actual exam including in-depth coverage of declensions, verb tenses, passive voice, word order, and more. The book features 6 full-length practice SAT II German exams. Each practice exam question is fully explained to help you better understand the subject material. Use the book's glossary for speedy look-ups and smarter searches.
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    - Comprehensive review of every German language topic to appear on the SAT II subject test
    - Flexible study schedule tailored to your needs
    - Packed with proven test tips, strategies and advice to help you master the test
    - 6 full-length practice SAT II German Subject exams. Each exam question is answered in complete detail with easy-to-follow, easy-to-grasp explanations.
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    About Research & Education Association
    Passing the SAT II: German Subject Test
    About this Book
    About the Test
    How to Use this Book
    Format of the SAT II: German Test
    Scoring the SAT II: German Test
    Practice-Test Score Conversion Table
    Studying for the SAT II: German Test
    Test-Taking Tips
    Independent Study Schedule
    Chapter 1: NOUNS
    Compound Nouns
    Chapter 2: CASES
    The Nominative Case
    The Accusative Case
    The Dative Case
    The Genitive Case
    Declension of the Definite Article and Der-Words
    Declension of the Indefinite Article and Ein-Words
    Negation of Nouns
    Weak Masculine Nouns
    Chapter 4: PRONOUNS
    Personal Pronouns
    Reflexive Pronouns
    Relative Pronouns
    Indefinite Relative Pronouns
    Da(r)- and Wo(r)-Compounds
    Chapter 5: VERBS
    About Verbs in General
    The Use of the Present Tense (das Prasens)
    The Imperative
    The Use of the Simple Past Tense (das Imperfekt)
    The Use of the Present Perfect Tense (das Perfekt)
    The Use of the Past Perfect Tense (das Plusquamperfekt)
    The Use of the Future Tense (das Futur)
    Separable-Prefix Verbs
    Principal Parts of Verbs
    Chapter 6: THE SUBJUNCTIVE (Der Konjunktiv)
    The Use of the General Subjunctive (der Konjunktiv II)
    The Use of the Past-Time General Subjunctive
    The Use of the Special Subjunctive (der Konjunktiv I)
    Chapter 7: THE PASSIVE VOICE (Das Passiv)
    The Use of the Passive Voice
    Passive Substitutes
    About Questions in General
    The Interrogative Wer? (Who?)
    The Interrogatives Wo?, Woher?, and Wohin? (Where?)
    The Interrogative Welcher? (Which?)
    Chapter 9: PREPOSITIONS
    About Prepositions in General
    Prepositions with the Accusative Case
    Prepositions with the Dative Case
    Prepositions with the Genitive Case
    Prepositions with Either the Dative or the Accusative Case
    Some Idiomatic and Other Uses of Prepositions
    Common Verb-Preposition Combinations
    Chapter 10: ADJECTIVES
    About Adjectives in General
    Adjective Endings
    Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs
    Irregular Forms in the Comparative and Superlative
    Equal and Unequal Comparisons
    Special Phrases Used in Comparisons
    Adjectival Nouns
    Chapter 11: WORD ORDER
    About Word Order in General
    Coordinating Conjunctions
    Subordinating Conjunctions
    Time, Manner, Place
    The Position of Objects
    The Position of Nicht
    Als, Wenn, Wann
    Nachdem, Nach, Nachher
    Seitdem, Seit
    Bevor, Vor, Vorher
    Noch Ein, Ein Ander
    Kennen, Wissen
    Endlich, Schlielich, Zuletzt
    Ein Paar, Ein paar
    Treffen, Begegnen, Kennenlernen
    Es Gibt, Es Sind
    Nur, Erst
    Lernen, Studieren
    Worte, Worter
    Spat, Sich Verspaten, Verspatung Haben
    andern, Sich andern, Sich Verandern
    Sondern, Aber
    Kein vs. Nicht
    Chapter 13: NUMERALS
    Cardinal Numbers
    Ordinal Numbers
    Days, Months, and Seasons
    Telling Time
    Dates and Age
    Time Expressions
    Chapter 14: BASIC VOCABULARY
    Parts of the Body/Illness
    Articles of Clothing/Shopping
    Asking and Receiving Directions/Transportation
    Food and Drink/Ordering
    Practice Test I
    Answer Key
    Detailed Explanations of Answers
    Practice Test II
    Answer Key
    Detailed Explanations of Answers
    Practice Test III
    Answer Key
    Detailed Explanations of Answers
    Practice Test IV
    Answer Key
    Detailed Explanations of Answers
    Practice Test V
    Answer Key
    Detailed Explanations of Answers
    Practice Test VI
    Answer Key
    Detailed Explanations of Answers
    About Research & Education Association
    Research & Education Association (REA) is an organization of educators, scientists, and engineers specializing in various academic fields. Founded in 1959 with the purpose of disseminating the most recently developed scientific information to groups in industry, government, high schools, and universities, REA has since become a successful and highly respected publisher of study aids, test preps, handbooks, and reference works.
    REA's Test Preparation series includes study guides for all academic levels in almost all disciplines. Research & Education Association publishes test preps for students who have not yet completed high school, as well as high school students preparing to enter college. Students from countries around the world seeking to attend college in the United States will find the assistance they need in REA's publications. For college students seeking advanced degrees, REA publishes test preps for many major graduate school admission examinations in a wide variety of disciplines, including engineering, law, and medicine. Students at every level, in every field, with every ambition can find what they are looking for among REA's publications.
    While most test preparation books present practice tests that bear little resemblance to the actual exams, REA's series presents tests that accurately depict the official exams in both degree of difficulty and types of questions. REA's practice tests are always based upon the most recently administered exams, and include every type of question that can be expected on the actual exams.
    REA's publications and educational materials are highly regarded and continually receive an unprecedented amount of praise from professionals, instructors, librarians, parents, and students. Our authors are as diverse as the fields represented in the books we publish. They are well-known in their respective disciplines and serve on the faculties of prestigious high schools, colleges, and universities throughout the United States and Canada.
    This book provides you with an accurate and complete representation of the SAT II: German Subject Test. Inside you will find a complete course review, as well as six REA practice tests based on the actual exam. Our practice tests contain every type of question that you can expect to encounter on the actual exam. Following each test you will find an answer key with detailed explanations designed to help you master the test
    Who takes the test and what is it used for?
    Students planning to attend college take the SAT II: German Subject Test for one of two reasons:
    (1) Because it is an admission requirement of the college or university to which they are applying,
    (2) To demonstrate proficiency in German.
    The SAT II: German exam is designed for students who have taken two to four years of German.
    Who administers the test?
    The SAT II: German Subject Test is developed by the College Board and administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS). The test development process involves the assistance of educators throughout the country, and is designed and implemented to ensure that the content and difficulty level of the test are appropriate.
    When and where is the test given?
    The SAT II: German Subject Test is offered once a year, in June, at many locations throughout the country.
    To receive information on upcoming administrations of the exam, consult the publication Taking the SAT II: Subject Tests, which can be obtained from your guidance counselor or by contacting:
    College Board SAT Program
    P.O. Box 6200
    Princeton, NJ 08541-6200
    Phone: (609) 771-7600
    Website: http: //
    Is there a registration fee?
    You must pay a registration fee to take the SAT II: German Subject Test. Consult the publication Taking the SAT II: Subject Tests for information on the fee structure. Financial assistance may be granted in certain situations. To find out if you qualify and to register for assistance, contact your academic advisor.
    What do I study first?
    Remember that the SAT II: German Subject Test is designed to test knowledge that you have acquired throughout your education. Therefore, the best way to prepare for the exam is to refresh yourself by thoroughly studying our review material and taking the sample tests provided in this book. Our practice tests will familiarize you with the types of questions, directions, and format of the SAT II: German Subject Test.
    To begin your studies, read over our course review and suggestions for test-taking. Then take the first practice test to determine your area(s) of weakness. When you 're done, restudy the review material, focusing on your specific problem areas. The course review includes the information you need to know when taking the exam. Make sure to take the remaining practice tests to further test yourself and become familiar with the format of the SAT II: German Subject Test. Further recommendations are detailed in our study schedule in the front of this book.
    When should I start studying?
    It is never too early to start studying for the SAT II: German test. The earlier you begin, the more time you will have to sharpen your skills. Do not procrastinate! Cramming is not an effective way to study! The sooner you learn the format of the exam, the more comfortable you will be when you take it.
    The SAT II: German is a one-hour exam consisting of 80 to 85 multiple-choice questions that are designed to measure the gradual development of competence in the German language acquired over a period of years.
    About 50% of the test measures vocabulary and structure in context or grammar. The rest measures reading comprehension. In light of Educational Testing Service's stated intention to comply with the German spelling reform (Rechtschreibreform), REA, too, has sought to adhere to the spelling reform throughout this book.
    How do I score my practice tests?
    The SAT II: German Test, like all other SAT Subject Tests, is scored on a 200-800 scale. Your exam is scored by crediting one point for each correct answer and deducting one-third of a point for each incorrect answer. There is no deduction for answers that are left blank. Use the worksheet below to calculate your raw score and to record your scores for the six practice tests.
    When will I receive my score report and what will it look like?
    You can expect to receive your score report within about five weeks after you take the test. This report will include your scores, percentile ranks, and interpretive information.
    It is critical to choose the time and place for studying that works best for you. Some students may set aside a certain number of hours every morning to study, while others may choose to study at night before going to sleep. Only you can determine when and where your study time will be most effective. Be consistent and use your time wisely. Work out a study routine and stick to it!
    When you take the practice tests, try to make your testing conditions as much like the actual test as possible. Turn your television and radio off, and sit down at a quiet desk or table free from distraction. Make sure to clock yourself with a timer.
    As you complete each practice test, score it and thoroughly review the explanations to the questions you answered incorrectly; however, do not review too much at any one time. Concentrate on one problem area at a time by reviewing the questions and explanations, and by studying our review until you are confident you completely understand the material.
    Keep track of your scores. By doing so, you will be able to gauge your progress and discover general weaknesses in particular sections. You should carefully study the reviews that cover your areas of difficulty, as this will build your skills in those areas.
    Although you may be unfamiliar with standardized tests such as the SAT II: German Subject Test, there are many ways to acquaint yourself with this type of examination and help alleviate your test-taking anxieties. Here are six specific ways you can give yourself a leg up:
    Become comfortable with the format of the exam. When you are practicing, simulate the conditions under which you will be taking the actual test. Stay calm and pace yourself. This will allow you to sit down for the actual exam with much more confidence.
    Read all of the possible answers. Just because you think you have found the correct response, do not automatically assume that it is the best answer. Read through each choice to be sure that you are not making a mistake by jumping to conclusions.
    Use the process of elimination. Go through each answer to a question and eliminate as many of the answer choices as possible. By eliminating just two answer choices, you give yourself a better chance of getting the item correct, since there will only be two choices left from which to make your guess.
    Work quickly and steadily. You will have only 1 hour, so avoid focusing on any one question too long. Taking the practice tests in this book will help you learn to budget your time.
    Learn the directions and format for each section of the test. Familiarizing yourself with the directions and format of the exam will save you valuable time on the day of the actual test.
    Be sure that the answer oval you are marking corresponds to the number of the question in the test booklet. Since the exam is graded by machine, marking one wrong answer can throw off your answer key and your score. Be extremely careful when filling in your answer sheet.
    Before the Test
    Make sure you know where your test center is well in advance of your test day so you do not get lost on the day of the test. On the night before the test, gather together the materials you will need the next day:
    - Your admission ticket
    - Two forms of identification (e.g., driver 's license, student identification card, or current alien registration card)
    - Two No. 2 pencils with erasers
    - Directions to the test center
    - A wristwatch (if you wish) but not one that makes noise, as it may disturb other test-takers
    On the day of the test, you should wake up early (it is hoped after a decent night 's rest) and have a good breakfast. Dress comfortably so that you are not distracted by being too hot or too cold while taking the test. Also, plan to arrive at the test center early. This will allow you to collect your thoughts and relax before the test, and will also spare you the stress of being late. If you arrive after the test begins, you will not be admitted and you will not receive a refund.
    During the Test
    When you arrive at the test center, try to find a seat where you feel you will be comfortable. Follow all the rules and instructions given by the test supervisor. If you do not, you risk being dismissed from the test and having your scores canceled.
    Once all the test materials are passed out, the test instructor will give you directions for filling out your answer sheet. Fill this sheet out carefully since the information you supply will appear on your score report.
    After the Test
    When you have completed the SAT II: German Subject Test, you may hand in your test materials and leave. Then, go home and relax!

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    Master the SAT Subject Test: German, and score higher... Our test experts show you the right way to prepare for this important college exam. REA's SAT German Subject Test prep covers all German language areas which appear on the actual exam, including declensions, verb tenses, passive voice, word order, and more. The book features 6 full-length practice SAT German exams. Each practice exam question is fully explained to help you better understand the subject material.
    Follow up your study with REA's proven test-taking strategies and study schedule that get you ready for test day.

    - Comprehensive review of every German language topic appearing on the SAT Subject Test
    - Flexible study schedule tailored to your needs
    - Packed with proven test tips, strategies, and advice to help you master the test
    - 6 full-length practice SAT German Subject Test exams. Each exam question is answered in complete detail with easy-to-follow, easy-to-grasp explanations
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