VINTAGE--Living German -- A Complete Language Course -- A New Tested Method that Simplifies Language Study, Enables Anyone to Learn German Quickly and Easily -- 40 Lessons Complete on 4 Long-Playing High-Fidelity 33 1/3 RPM Records
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VINTAGE NEW IN ORIGINAL BOX--4 Record German Language Course--Could be easily converted to CD
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If you enjoy learning by rote with the instant feedback offered by the answers, this would be something to consider, though it may have more value now for its age than for its technique.
The book's format is no-nonsense and offers no pictures or drawings. Just drill after drill using multiple choice and matching type questions. Actually not too difficult but it allows you to keep working without getting completely stumped by too much grammar.
Its focus is Conversation but includes many vocabulary words of various subjects. Grammar is addressed, but only as it directly explains why something is phrased a particular way in speech.
Actually, you could use the book easily without the tape/CD/LPs as the recordings are just a speaker pronouncing the words and phrases seen in the book; the recordings are not interactive regarding the questions. The book is 124 pages (8.5 x 11), all text, no photos or drawings. It was a 1956 edition.