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Focused on building linguistic skills and comprehension through creative introductions to contemporary life and cultures in German-speaking countries, WIE GEHT'S? Ninth Edition is the clear choice to prepare your students to communicate in German in your classroom and beyond! Now in its Ninth Edition, WIE GEHT'S? remains to be one of the most popular introductory German programs in the country. Both authors are native Germans and not only expose students to the German language, but encourage cultural awareness and the acquisition of a functional vocabulary that effectively prepares them to continue their study of German.

Dieter Sevin, Vanderbilt University

Dieter Sevin, a native of Germany, was Professor of German at Vanderbilt University. He received grants from organizations such as the American Philosophical Association, American Council of Learned Societies, German Academic Exchange Service, and the Vanderbilt Research Council.

Ingrid Sevin, Vanderbilt University

Ingrid Sevin, a native of Germany, has been teaching German and French at the high school and college level in the United States and in Germany for more than ten years. From 1987 to 2002, she was the editor of the German audio-magazine SCHAU INS LAND.
  • Individuals wanting to enhance their German speaking skills
  • NEW "Medien" 2-page spread at the end of each chapter. This new section is divided into 3 parts: Video: Offering pre- and post viewing activities based on the NEW WIE GEHT'S? video; Musik: Compiled on the iTunes™ playlist and providing information and activities based on German songs/bands; and Internet: Presenting a summary of additional activities and resources that are available on the Book Companion Website.
  • NEW 2-tier video. Shot on location in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, this new video features video episodes based on a group of friends traveling through the German-speaking countries and presents a series of unscripted interviews with native German speakers of diverse backgrounds. These interviews are based on topics discussed in the tier 1 video episodes. Based on the NEW video interviews, the authors have written a series of new video activities located in the Student Activities Manual and designed to guide students through their first encounters with authentic language.
  • NEW: The text's new Premium Website is an online suite of digital resources, making it easy for you to access all the e-Resources available with WIE GEHT'S?, 9th edition through this one-stop online portal. You'll have access to all of the resources from the Book Companion Website PLUS premium password-protected content that includes multimedia resources like the SAM audio program, Heinle playlists, the complete WIE GEHT'S? video program with accompanying exercises, as well as audio-enhanced flash cards. You can gain access to the Premium Web site's content via a printed access card packaged with new copies of the text.
  • A "Literatur" reading section occurs in every chapter of the second half of the book and includes poems, short texts, and literary excerpts, all of which were chosen to help students develop connections between language and culture. These sections are introduced by biographical data (Biographisches) about the author(s) and are then followed by pertinent pre- and post-reading questions (Vor dem Lesen / Nach dem Lesen) to build student understanding and stimulate discussion. All literary selections from the text are recorded on the Text Audio CD bound-in with every Annotated Instructor's Edition for easy listening in the classroom. Students can access the corresponding audio clips on the Book Companion Website.
  • "Hörverständnis" exercises, located at the end of the "Zum Thema" and "Einblicke" sections, help students improve their listening comprehension skills. Icons in these sections indicate material (along with the corresponding track number) that is recorded on the Text Audio CD that accompanies the AIE. The same audio files are accessible to students through the Book Companion Website. There is also a supplementary listening comprehension section (Verstehen Sie?) in the corresponding chapter of the "Arbeitsbuch".
  • Within each "Einblicke", the "Lesetipp" helps students with reading comprehension. This section also includes a writing exercise with a writing tip, "Schreibtipp" that often features a writing model.
  • WIE GEHT"S?, Ninth Edition, presents a well-integrated package of material that addresses speaking, listening, reading, writing, and comprehension. Combined with an introduction to life and culture in German-speaking countries today, the approach is student-oriented, manageable, and up-to-date. Students will communicate in meaningful ways after only one year while also gaining significant cultural insights.
  • Students experience the Germany of today in the NEW WIE GEHT'S? video! With scripted episodes and unscripted interviews about contemporary life in the German-speaking countries, the video supplements chapter themes and vocabulary.
  • "Lernziele" and "Vorschau" features serve as a brief introduction to the topics, themes, and learning goals of the chapter. They also offer statistics, notes, and cultural information on the featured German-speaking region.
  • "Zum Thema" contains lively and authentic dialogues that introduce the featured topic in each chapter. These dialogues function as models for conversation; they are not intended to demonstrate new grammar, but rather recycle previous materials and introduce new vocabulary. Within each "Zum Thema," the "Wortschatz" 1 presents a list of new vocabulary to be mastered. These sections have been revised to ensure that the vocabulary is natural and current.
  • The "Zum Erkennen" presents a brief list of words and phrases (intended for recognition only) from the dialogue and exercises to reinforce continuous conversation in German. The "Übungen zum Thema," a variety of contemporary activities, follows to encourage communication and reinforce the words and phrases introduced in the dialogues.
Schritt 1: Vorschau: The German Language. Gespräch: Guten Tag! Wortschatz: Wie geht''s? Fokus: Greetings and Leave-taking. Lerntipp: Experiencing a New Language. Aussprache: a, e, i, o, u Fokus: Du or Sie? Schritt 2: Gespräch: Was und wie ist das? Wortschatz: Farben und das Zimmer Lerntipp: Techniques for Building New Vocabulary. Aussprache: ä, ö, ü, eu, au, ai, ei, ie Fokus: The Benefits of Learning German Schritt 3: Gespräch: Im Kaufhaus. Wortschatz: Zahlen, Kleidung, Gegenteile Aussprache: l, s, st, sp, sch, f, v, z Schritt 4: Gespräch: Das Wetter im April. Wortschatz: Das Jahr und das Wetter Aussprache: r, p, t, k; final b, d, g; j, h Fokus: The German Climate. Schritt 5: Gespräch: Wie spät ist es? Wortschatz: Die Uhrzeit Aussprache: ch, ig, ck, ng, gn, kn, qu, pf, ps, w Hörverständnis: Das Klassenzimmer Internet: Das Wetter in Deutschland Fokus: Descendants of German-speaking Immigrants in North America.
Vorschau: Spotlight on Germany. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Am Goethe-Institut / Später. Fokus: The Goethe Institute. Wortschatz 1: Familie, Länder, Sprachen Lerntipp: Developing Listening Comprehension Skills. Aussprache: i, a, u Hörverständnis: Guten Morgen! Struktur: 1.1 Present tense of regular verbs. Lerntipp: Studying Grammar. 1.2 Nominative case. Fokus: German in Europe. 1.3 Sentence structure. 1.4 Compound nouns. Fokus: Frankfurt am Main. Fokus: Germany and the European Union. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Reading German Texts. Lesetext: Deutschland in Europa. Schreibtipp: Writing a Summary. Fokus: German Throughout the World. Hörverständnis: Europäer in Deutschland Medien: Video: Jetzt aber los! Musik: „Bruder Jakob" / „Hejo, spann den Wagen an!" Internet: Familie im Internet / Blick auf Europa
Vorschau: Shopping and Store Hours. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Im Lebensmittelgeschäft / In der Bäckerei. Fokus: Weights and Measures. Wortschatz 1: Lebensmittel und Geschäfte Fokus: Breads, Sausages, and Cheeses. Aussprache: e, o Hörverständnis: Essen und Trinken Fokus: Flower Power. Struktur: 2.1 The present tense of sein and haben. Fokus: The Euro. 2.2 The accusative case and n-nouns. 2.3 Sentence structure (continued). Fokus: Pedestrian Einblicke: Dialog: Geschäfte und Einkaufen. Wortschatz 2 Hörtipp: Understanding Spoken Language Fokus: Regensburg. Schreibtipp: Writing a Dialogue. Hörverständnis: Neu in Regensburg Medien: Video: Was gibt''s zu essen? Musik: The Revival Beatles, ,,Komm, gib mir Deine Hand!" Internet: Bei Edeka und Tchibo / Regensburg
Vorschau: Eating In and Out. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Im Restaurant / Später. Wortschatz 1: Restaurant und Essen Fokus: Deciding Where to Eat. Aussprache: ü Hörverständnis: Im Gasthaus Struktur: 3.1 Verbs with vowel changes. 3.2 The dative case. Fokus: Cafés and Coffee Houses. Fokus: Regional Specialities. Lerntipp: Reviewing for Tests. Einblicke: Fokus: Friends and Acquaintances. Lesetext: Man ist, was man isst. Lesetipp: Identifying the Topic of a Passage. Fokus: Wines from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Fokus: Table Manners. Schreibtipp: Writing a Composition and Choosing Word Order. Hörverständnis: Gäste zum Wochenende Medien: Video: Guten Appetit! Musik: Udo Jürgens, „Aber bitte mit Sahne!"
Internet: Im Kaffeehaus / Bei McDonalds in der Schweiz
Vorschau: Holidays and Vacations. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Am Telefon / Erik klingelt bei Nadja. Fokus: Congratulations. Wortschatz 1: Ordinalzahlen, Daten, Feste Fokus: The Christmas Season. Aussprache: ch, ck Hörverständnis: Die Geburtstagsparty Fokus: Diversity in Religious Traditions. Struktur: 4.1 The present perfect with haben. Fokus: Tourist Destinations. 4.2 The present perfect with sein. 4.3 Subordinating conjunctions. Lerntipp: Having the Last Word. Fokus: Traditional Folk Celebrations. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Bericht: Da macht das Feiern Spaß! Lesetipp: Understanding a Text Through Images. Schreibtipp: Writing a Postcard. Hörverständnis: Das Straßenfest Medien: Video: Heute ist ja Feiertag! Musik: Frank Zander, ,,Alles gute zum Geburtstag!" Internet: Karneval in Köln / Oktoberfest in München
Vorschau: Spotlight on Austria. Zum Thema: Gespräche; Entschuldigen Sie! Wo ist ...? / Da drüben! Fokus: Viennese Landmarks. Wortschatz 1: Der Stadtplan Aussprache: ö Hörverständnis: Touristen in Innsbruck Struktur: 5.1 Personal pronouns. Fokus: Viennese Landmarks (continued). 5.2 Modal auxililary verbs. Fokus: The Sezessionsstil Movement. 5.3 Sondern vs. aber. Fokus: The Gateway City. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Reading a Personal Letter. Brief: Grüße aus Wien. Fokus: Heurigen Wine. Schreibtipp: Writing a Personal Letter. Hörverständnis: Schon lange nicht mehr gesehen! Medien: Video: Mein Salzburg
Musik: Wise Guys, ,,Willst du mit mir geh''n?" Internet: In Wien / In Salzburg
Vorschau: Housing. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Wohnung zu vermieten / In der WG. Fokus: Shared Living Arrangements. Wortschatz 1: Wohnen und Möbel Fokus: Homes and Houses. Aussprache: ei, au, eu, äu Hörverständnis: Hier, Müller! Struktur: 6.1 Two-way prepositions. Fokus: Friedensreich Hundertwasser. 6.2 Imperatives. 6.3 Wissen vs. kennen. Fokus: Public Transportation and City Life. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Analyzing Comparisons and Constrasts. Lesetext: Schaffen, sparen, Häuschen bauen. Fokus: High German and Dialects. Schreibtipp: Responding to an Ad. Hörverständnis: Die Großeltern kommen Medien: Video: Wann kommt denn der Bus? Musik: Udo Jürgens, „Schöner wohnen!" Internet: Mein Haus / S-Bahn und U-Bahn
Vorschau: History of German Currency. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Auf der Bank / An der Rezeption im Hotel. Wortschatz 1: Die Uhrzeit, Bank und Hotel Fokus: Exchange Offices and Credit Cards. Aussprache: ei, ie Hörverständnis: Eine Busfahrt Struktur: 7.1 Der- and ein-words. Fokus: Hotel Names. 7.2 Separable-prefix verbs. 7.3 Flavoring particles. Fokus: Accommodations and Tourist Information. Fokus: Youth Hostels. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Looking for Conjunctions. Lesetext: Übernachtungsmöglichkeiten. Schreibtipp: Doing Free Writing in German. Fokus: Luxembourg. Hörverständnis: Hotel Lindenhof Medien: Video: Ausflug ins Grüne Musik: Die Prinzen, ,,Geld ist schön." Internet: Euros und Cents / Die Romantische Straße
Vorschau: Spotlight on Switzerland. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Auf der Post am Bahnhof / Am Fahrkartenschalter in Zürich. Wortschatz 1: Post, Telefon, Reisen Fokus: Phoning and Postal Services. Fokus: Car Travel. Aussprache: e, er Hörverständnis: Unterwegs mit dem Glacier Express Fokus: Train Travel. Struktur: 8.1 The genitive case. 8.2 Time expressions. Fokus: Switzerland''s Mountain World. 8.3 Sentence structure (continued). Fokus: Switzerland and its Languages. Fokus: Wilhelm Tell. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Looking for Genitives. Interviews: Touristen in der Schweiz. Schreibtipp: Choosing Subject Pronouns. Hörverständnis: Im Reisebüro Literatur: Hermann Hesse, „Im Nebel" Medien: Video: Unterwegs in der Schweiz Musik: Karat, „Über sieben Brücken musst du geh''n" Internet: Reise nach Saas-Fee / Schweizer Produkte
Vorschau: Sports and Clubs in the German-Speaking Countries. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Am Telefon / Bis gleich! Fokus: Telephone Etiquette. Wortschatz 1: Körper, Hobbys, Freizeit Aussprache: l, z Hörverständnis: Beim Arzt Fokus: Some Idiomatic Expressions. Struktur: 9.1 Endings of adjectives preceded by der-words and ein-words. Fokus: The German Pop Scene. 9.2 Reflexive verbs. 9.3 Infinitive with zu. Vacationing. Einblicke: Fokus: Vacationing Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: The Importance of Adjectives. Lesetext: Freizeit — Lust oder Frust? Schreibtipp: Describing Pictures. Hörverständnis: Eine tolle Radtour Literatur: J. W. von Goethe, „Erinnerung" / Rose Ausländer, „Noch bist du da" Medien: Video: Mach keine Witze!
Musik: Sportfreunde Stiller, „54, 74, 90, 2010" Internet: Mit der Bahn nach Lindau / Urlaub am Bodensee
Vorschau: German Film. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Blick in die Zeitung / An der Theaterkasse Fokus: The Magic of the Theater. Wortschatz 1: Unterhaltung Fokus: Classical Music, Yesterday and Today. Aussprache: r, er Hörverständnis: Biedermann und die Brandstifter Struktur: 10.1 Verbs with prepositional objects. Fokus: The Art Scene. 10.2 Da- and wo-compounds. Fokus: German Language Broadcasters Abroad. 10.3 Endings of unpreceded adjectives. Fokus: German Television. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Learning Vocabulary (continued). Lesetext: Wer die Wahl hat, hat die Qual. Schreibtipp: Writing an Essay. Hörverständnis: Pläne für den Abend Literatur: Rainer Maria Rilke, „Du musst das Leben nicht verstehen." / Bertolt Brecht, „Vergnügungen" XX Medien: Video: Was machen wir denn heute? Musik: Puhdys, „Wenn ein Mensch lebt" Internet: Fernseh- und Theaterprogramme / Die Musikszene
Vorschau: Family and Society. Zum Thema: Gespräch: Partnersuche Fokus: Love and Marriage. Wortschatz 1: Beziehungen, Eigenschaften, Tiere Fokus: Beloved Pets. Schreibtipp: Describing People or Animals. Aussprache: f, v, ph, w Hörverständnis: Leute sind verschieden Struktur: 11.1 The simple past (imperfect, narrative past). Fokus: Liechtenstein. 11.2 Conjunctions als, wann, wenn. 11.3 The past perfect. Fokus: The Brothers Grimm and Their Fairy Tales. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Recognizing Elements in Fairy Tales. Märchen: Rumpelstilzchen. Erzähltipp: Beginning a Story and Encouraging the Storyteller. Hörverständnis: Vier berühmte Märchen Literatur: Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, „Der Esel in Begleitung" / Reinhart Jung, „Reifezeugnis" Medien: Video: Du bist doch nicht verliebt? Musik: Bettina Wegner, „Sind so kleine Hände" Internet: Reisepartner gesucht / Liechtenstein
Vorschau: German Schools and Vocational Training. Zum Thema: Gespräch: Weißt du, was du einmal werden willst? Wortschatz 1: Beruf und Ausbildung Fokus: Gender Bias and Language. Aussprache: b, d, g Hörverständnis: Was bin ich? Fokus: Women in Business and Industry. Struktur: 12.1 Comparison of adjectives and adverbs. 12.2 The future tense. Fokus: Foreign Workers in Germany. 12.3 Predicate nouns and adjectival nouns. Fokus: Hard Times and Social Policy. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Identifying the Speaker''s Main Point. Diskussion: Die Berufswahl. Schreibtipp: Writing a Résumé. Hörverständnis: Zwei Lebensläufe Literatur: Aysel Özakin, Die dunkelhaarigen Kinder von Berlin Medien: Video: Auf Stellensuche Musik: 2raumwohnung, ,,Wir trafen uns in einem Garten" Internet: In der Realschule / Am Gymnasium
Vorschau: German Universities. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Bei der Immatrikulation / Etwas später. Fokus: German Bureaucracy. Wortschatz 1: Das Studium Aussprache: s, ss, ß, st, sp Hörverständnis: Ein guter Start Struktur: 13.1 The subjunctive mood. 13.2 The present-time general subjunctive. Fokus: U.S. and German Companies Doing Business Abroad. 13.3 The past-time general subjunctive. Fokus: Studying in Germany. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Brainstorming Contextual Knowledge. Dialog: Ein Jahr drüben wäre super! Schreibtipp: Applying for a Job. Literatur: Christine Nöstlinger, Ohne Vorurteile Medien: Video: In Freiburg Musik: Wise Guys, „Es ist nicht immer leicht, ich zu sein." Internet: An der Uni in Bonn / Am Goethe-Institut
Vorschau: Chronicle of German History since World War II. Zum Thema: Gespräch: In Berlin ist immer etwas los. Wortschatz 1: Damals und heute Fokus: The Colorful Names of Berlin''''s Landmarks. Aussprache: qu, pf, ps Hörverständnis: Mit dem Fahrrad durch Berlin Struktur: 14.1 Relative clauses. Fokus: A Multicultural Melting Pot. 14.2 Indirect speech. Fokus: Berlin Today. Fokus: Berlin''s Past. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Anticipating Content. Bericht: Berlin, ein Tor zur Welt. Schreibtipp: Interview Synopsis. Hörverständnis: Realität und Hoffnung Literatur: Wolfgang Borchert, Das Brot Medien: Video: Rundgang durch Berlin Musik: Juliane Werding, „Sag mir, wo die Blumen sind!" Internet: Berlin heute / Besuch in Potsdam
Vorschau: The Path to a United Europe. Zum Thema: Gespräche: Zu Besuch in Weimar / In der Altstadt. Fokus: Weimar, a European Cultural Capital. Wortschatz 1: Landschaft und Umwelt Aussprache: Glottal Stops Hörverständnis: Habitat Wattenmeer Struktur: 15.1 The passive voice. 15.2 Review of the uses of werden. 15.3 The special subjunctive. Fokus: In Search of an Identity. Einblicke: Wortschatz 2 Lesetipp: Anticipating Content (continued). Lesetext: Der Wind kennt keine Grenzen. Schreibtipp: Writing a Report. Hörverständnis: Europa-Schulen Literatur: Franz Kafka, Der Aufbruch / Erich Kästner, „Eisenbahngleichnis" Medien: Video: Es tut sich was! Musik: Nena, „99 Luftballons" Internet: In Weimar / Klimaschutz
1. Predicting the gender of certain nouns. 2. Summary chart of the four cases. 3. Adjective endings. 4. Endings of nouns. 5. Pronouns. 6. Comparison of irregular adjectives and adverbs. 7. N-verbs and irregular t-verbs. 8. Sample forms of the subjunctive. 9. Verb forms in different tenses. 10. Translation of the Gespräche. 11. Supplementary charts for Hoppla, hier fehlt was!
Vocabularies / German-English. English-German.
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This essential study tool gives you the practice you need to develop your listening, speaking, and writing skills. Each chapter brings together different materials to be used with the Student Activity Manual Audio, supplementary questions and activities to accompany the new video, and additional practice exercises that can be completed outside of class. Periodically, these chapters are followed by review sections that sum up grammar points and vocabulary that will help you prepare for quizzes and tests. The student activity manual also includes a complete summary of German pronunciation and an answer key for the review sections (Rückblicke).

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