What is a Correlation?
Correlations list the pages and line numbers in English Grammar for Students of German, 5th ed. to be read before each lesson in your German textbook. Occasionally, pages are listed more than once so that students review them.
How to use the German correlations
Download the correlation to your German textbook. If you use a textbook that is not listed, you can create your own by using the detailed index of the O&H German Study Guide.
We thank Candy Gardner, Wayne State University, Detroit, for the correlations below.
DEUTSCH HEUTE, 10th ed., Moeller, Adolph, et al. (Heinle, 2013).
DEUTSCH: NA KLAR!, 7th ed., Di Donato, Clyde & Vansant (McGraw Hill, 2016).
KONTAKTE, 8th ed., Tschirner, Nikolai and Terrell (McGraw-Hill, 2017).
NEUE HORIZONTE, 8th ed., Dollenmayer & Hansen (Houghton Mifflin, 2014).
TREFFPUNKT DEUTSCH, 6th ed., Widmaier, Widmaier, et al. (Pearson Prentice Hall, 2013).
VORSPRUNG?, 3rd ed., Lovik Guy & Chavez (Houghton Mifflin, 2014).
WIE GEHT’S?, 10th ed., Sevin, Sevin, Brockman (Cengage Learning, 2015).