Anton has settled in nicely at his new school in Berlin and has made friends with Heidi, Felix and Lena. His days are filled with the usual teenage activities: texting, going to the cinema, playing sports and partying. When his heart starts to beat a bit faster for one of the girls things get more complicated. Fortunately his big brother, who is studying in Salzburg, is coming for a visit.
This is the second book in the "Neue"-series. A series geared to increase your reading skills by gradually raising the level of German throughout the books.
To help you out the book contains a glossary German-English at the end.
Is this book suitable for you? You can read some sample pages by clicking on them on the left-hand side. If you can read these pages fairly easily this book is the right one for you.
|"The simple but natural language of this story combined with the familiar teenage problems encountered by Anton make this book a pleasure to read. The questions section at the end of the book enhance comprehension and also make you contemplate your own behaviour and values."|
Information for teachers
The language in 'neue Konversationen, neue Komplikationen' is simple and natural. Therefore the book is suited well to learners who are on their way to level A2. Seperable verbs are underlined to facilitate understanding.
At the end of the book you will find a section with questions per chapter. There are comprehension questions about the text followed by questions related to one's own life and personal experiences. These questions offer ample opportunity for discussion in the classroom.
If you would like to order a set of books for use in your class we can offer a discount of 10% for a minimum of 20 copies of the same title. Please order timely and by e-mail as our supplies are limited. Delivery of larger quantities will take two to three weeks.
Note: All the materials are copyright protected, which means that it is not permitted to make copies for use in the classroom.
|Year of publication:||2018|
|Number of pages:||55, plus 39 with questions about the text and word list|