BuffaloSoldier Posted June 22, 2013 Share Posted June 22, 2013 Hello all, I am preparing myself language-wise before entering my history MA program in the fall. I took Spanish in high school and Latin in college, but was not great at either. It seems to me that learning German is critical for graduate school. I have been using Rosetta Stone for the past year and have definitely learned a lot. However, I have found that it is more about speaking the language than learning to read it. I would like to buy a textbook that is great at learning to read German and best prepare me for the next level in my academic life. I apologize if this has been a previous topic that I missed. I remember hearing somewhere (and it may have even been on this forum) that April Wilson's German Quickly is a good one. I appreciate any and all responses. Many thanks, BuffaloSoldier Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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