Carla will nach Deutschland
Easy-to-understand texts introduce you to Carla and her family and will help you to improve your reading skills even if you’ve just started to study German. The difficulty increases gradually while you progress with the book. Challenging but never overwhelming as each chapter is accompanied by key vocabulary German – English and grammar explanations.
The button links to the Amazon.com store. However, the book is available in all Amazon stores worldwide, so please search by title if you’d like to purchase it locally.
Carla will nach Deutschland
Carla is a young woman from Portugal who is learning German and plans to go to Germany and find herself a summer job. In 20 short and easy-to-understand chapters, you will get to know Carla, her parents Monica and Marcelo, her brother Thiago, her best friend Fernanda and her language exchange partner Susanne. You will learn about their everyday lives and activities. While reading, you’ll pick up new and relevant vocabulary and grammatical structures quickly and are encouraged to use them referring to your own life.
“Carla will nach Deutschland” is the first book of the “Carla aus Portugal” series. The follow-up books will be available within the next couple of months:
While “Carla will in Deutschland” consists of 20 short texts which can be read independently from each other and come with grammar explanations and exercises, the follow-up books have a coherent storyline and focus on vocabulary building.
- Carla aus Portugal
- Samstagmorgen beim Frühstück
- Carlas Tagesablauf
- Carla spricht mit ihrer Freundin
- Carla und Fernanda im Café
- Monica und Carla gehen einkaufen
- Marcelo bei der Arbeit
- Monica telefoniert mit ihrer Freundin
- Carla skypt mit Susanne
- Carla fährt in die Stadt
- Familie Santos macht einen Ausflug
- Thiagos Schultag
- Nichts funktioniert
- Monica ist krank
- Monica geht zum Arzt
- Wie ist das Wetter in München?
- Familie Santos macht Sport
- Abschied von Carla
- Carla in Lissabon
- Von Portugal nach Deutschland
- Prepositions and their cases
- Personal and possessive pronouns
- Verbs and their conjugations
- Separable verbs
- Modal verbs
- Reflexive verbs
- Position 0 words
- Future tense
- Using “da” and “wo” with prepositions
- Nominalisation of verbs
- Present Perfect
- Accusative pronouns
- Ordinal numbers
- Genitive case
- Infinitive with “zu” and “um …. zu”
- Subordinate clauses
- Comparatives and superlatives
- Differences among “wenn”, “wann” and “als”
- Difference between “können” and “wissen”
- Relative clauses
Audios are available for free on a password-protected page of our website. You’ll find the password in the “About this book” chapter in the book. All audios were recorded by Vanessa Leimer, a native German speaker from Austria who speaks with a clear and standard German accent and so slow enough to make it easy for beginners to follow along.
Chapter 2: Samstagmorgen beim Frühstück
Chapter 4 “Carla spricht mit ihrer Freundin” is available for free on our website, including all vocabulary, comprehension questions, grammar notes, exercises and audio recording. Click here to read it.