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Name ISRCs Rating Length
Lesson 1:1: Welcome and Overview of CD1 1:10
Lesson 1:2: Personal Pronouns and Formalities 2:09
Lesson 1:3: Saying "Hello" and "Goodbye" 3:32
Lesson 1:4: Saying and Replying to "How are you?" 2:26
Lesson 1:5: Introducing Yourself and Talking about Where You're From 6:40
Lesson 1:6: Indispensable Words and Phrases 9:52
Lesson 1:7: Useful Expressions and Phrases 6:23
Lesson 1:8: Introduction of Question Words 1:53
Lesson 1:9: Useful Questions and Answers 6:11
Lesson 1:10: You Can Count on Me: An Overview of Numbers 8:47
Lesson 1:11: What Time Is It? Finding Out How to Tell Time 5:49
Lesson 1:12: Going Through the Calendar and Forming Date 5:37
Lesson 1:13: Directions 6:10
Lesson 2:1: Welcome and Overview of CD2 0:26
Lesson 2:2: Singular Nouns and Articles 10:35
Lesson 2:3: Plural Nouns and Articles 2:09
Lesson 2:4: Demonstrative Pronouns 3:18
Lesson 2:5: Adjectives and Location Sentences 5:08
Lesson 2:6: Degrees of Adjectives 2:54
Lesson 2:7: To Be or Not to Be: A Very Important Verb 2:10
Lesson 2:8: Common Regular and Irregular Verbs in the Infinitive Form 4:18
Lesson 2:9: Conjugating Verbs in Present Tense 14:04
Lesson 2:10: Conjugating Verbs in Past Tense 9:32
Lesson 2:11: Conjugating Verbs in Future Tense 1:18
Lesson 2:12: Prepositions and Conjunctions 4:11
Lesson 2:13: Forming Simple Sentences 2:30
Lesson 2:14: Introducting More Complete Sentences 1:25
Lesson 2:15: Negative Sentences 1:55
Lesson 2:16: Forming Questions 1:49
Lesson 3:1: Welcome and Overview of CD3: Real-World Situations 0:32
Lesson 3:2: At the Office 10:49
Lesson 3:3: On the Job 5:17
Lesson 3:4: Making Small Talk 4:02
Lesson 3:5: Making Appointments 3:55
Lesson 3:6: Making Travel Arrangements 5:38
Lesson 3:7: Asking for Directions 6:46
Lesson 3:8: Asking for and Getting Help 7:06
Lesson 3:9: At the Restaurant 7:24
Lesson 3:10: At the Hotel 5:04
Lesson 3:11: At the Bank 4:37
Lesson 3:12: At the Store 7:30
Page 4 - Comparison of German and English Pronunciation 0:14
Page 8 - The Vocabulary You Already Have 2:48
Page 13 - Das Alphabet 1:01
Page 14 - Long Vowel Sounds Before a Single Consonant 0:20
Page 14 - Pronouncing the Vowel Sounds 0:24
Page 15 - Pronouncing the Consonants 0:45
Page 16 - Sounding the Letter "B" at the End of a Word or Prefix 0:13
Page 16 - Sounding the Letter "D" at the End of a Word or Prefix 0:19
Page 17 - Pronouncing Combined Letters and Diphthongs 0:56
Page 17 - Sounding the Letter "G" at the End of a Word of Prefix 0:15
Page 18 - Pronouncing Words with an "H" Following a Vowel 0:16
Page 26 - Important New Words 0:33
Page 26 - What Is Your Name? 0:25
Page 29 - Countries and Nationalities 0:45
Page 30 - Places to Eat 0:58
Page 31 - Food and Beverages 2:34
Page 35 - Determining the Gender of Cognates That Refer to Men 0:48
Page 35 - The Masculine Nouns (part 1) 0:25
Page 36 - Determining the Gender of Feminine Nouns 0:47
Page 36 - The Masculine Nouns (part 2) 0:52
Page 37 - Gendered Roles 0:40
Page 37 - The Feminine Nouns (part 1) 0:19
Page 37 - The Feminine Nouns (part 2) 0:44
Page 38 - Neuter Nouns 0:37
Page 47 - Masculine Plural Ending -e 2:24
Page 49 - Neuter Plural Formation for Nouns That Take an -er Ending 0:38
Page 50 - Pronoun Substitution 1:01
Page 50 - Third Person Singular Pronouns 0:17
Page 51 - Personal Pronouns - Singular 0:19
Page 53 - Adjectives 0:45
Page 55 - What You Can Expect in a German Hotel 1:42
Page 59 - Conjugating sein (to be) 0:31
Page 61 - Conjugational Endings of Verbs 0:31
Page 62 - Conjugating Verbs of Motion 1:58
Page 63 - Conjugating essen and trinken 1:00
Page 63 - Present Tense Conjugations of Some New Verbs 2:50
Page 64 - Verb Stems Ending in -t or -d 1:40
Page 67 - Negating ein in the Genders 0:10
Page 73 - The Word morgen (part 1) 0:26
Page 73 - Using gern haben to Express Like 0:26
Page 74 - The Word morgen (part 2) 0:26
Page 75 - Verbs That Change e to i 1:13
Page 76 - Verbs That Change a to ä 1:37
Page 76 - Verbs That Change e to ie 0:30
Page 81 - Kommen and Prefixes 0:36
Page 87 - German Nouns and Pronouns as Direct Objects 1:25
Page 90 - Using Adjectives with Direct Objects 0:27
Page 91 - Accusative Case with Direct Objects and Prepositions 0:34
Page 91 - Prepositions that Take the Accusative 0:23
Page 93 - Es gibt... 0:26
Page 95 - Members of a German Family 2:32
Page 99 - The Nominative, Accusative, and Dative Cases of Nouns 1:15
Page 100 - Pronouns in the Dative Case 0:42
Page 100 - Replacing Dative Nouns with Pronouns 1:02
Page 102 - Prepositions That Take the Dative Case 0:22
Page 104 - Using gefallen to Express Like 0:39
Page 105 - Eigner Herd is Goldes Wert. (There's no place like home.) 2:33
Page 114 - Asking Questions with Who, Whom, and Whose 0:22
Page 124 - The Rest of the Numbers 0:34

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