Oxford First German Words
Written by Neil Morris
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5 + (Year 1, KS 1). Enjoy learning another language with your child. First German Words is a thematic bilingual book that takes you on a picture book journey through the day - from getting up in the morning, going to school, to a birthday party, even to the seaside, to bedtime. You can also play a word matching game, count ladybirds, and learn simple weather and time words. An ideal first introduction to some 400 essential French words and their English translations and illustrated by acclaimed picture book artist David Melling.
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Oxford First German Words by Neil Morris
Aims to give your child a head start in learning German language. This work takes the reader on a picture-book journey through a day, interwoven are lots of familiar settings and cute little dinosaurs. It gives over 400 German words and their English translations in illustrated colour bands on the side of each page.
About the Author
More books by Neil Morris
Oxford University Press
7th June 2007
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