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  • Learning German Through Storytelling

  • Zum Bärenhaus - a Detective Story for German Language Learners (Includes Exercises): For Intermediate and ... (baumgartner Und Momsen)
  • By: André Klein
  • Narrated by: André Klein
  • Length: 1 hr and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Education & Learning, Language Learning

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Publisher's Summary

Experience the fourth episode of the Baumgartner & Momsen detective story series for German learners on your stereo or headphones, at home or on the go!

The narration style and speed of this audio book is aimed at providing learners with real-world spoken German which is clearly understandable, not too fast, but also not too slow.

In the local zoo a corpse is found in the Panda enclosure. How did it get there? Was it an accident or ruthless murder? Help Kommissar Baumgartner and his colleague Katharina Momsen unravel this mystery and improve your vocabulary along the way!

To get the most out of this audio book we recommend listening alongside the book or paperback edition of Learning German Though Storytelling: Zum Bärenhaus and working through the exercises.

©2013 André Klein/learnoutlive.com (P)2020 André Klein/learnoutlive.com

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