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vinnie
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language learn planning

Postby vinnie » Tue Jul 16, 2019 10:25 pm

Where I could find a list of topics sorted by priority of study of a language (in this case I am interested in English and German)?
Something similar to this but maybe better done?
http://www.cla.unipr.it/includes/filedo ... ection=msg

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Re: language learn planning

Postby Cavesa » Wed Jul 17, 2019 2:46 pm

There are lists like this one, I think it is ok (it is just a bit too simple. Many grammar features get introduced on one level and then learnt in more detail later). Or, you can get some CEFR labeled coursebooks and/or grammarbooks. Use them, or copy the list of contents to use together with any other resource.

Graded grammar books I like:
English:
the famous in Use series: the Essential Grammar in Use (A1-B1), the English Grammar in Use (officially B1-B2, did suffice for my CAE), the Advanced Grammar in Use (C1-C2).
Or a newer one: The Oxford English Grammar Course: Basic (A1-A2), Intermediate, Advanced

German:
Hueber and Klett have published many grammar books, with various cefr labels. Some as stand alone tools, some as a supplement to the normal coursebook series.
Schubert: A-Grammatik, B-Grammatik, C-Grammatik
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