LINGUIST List 7.705

Thu May 16 1996

Sum: German as a Foreign Language

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  1. "J. Treffers-Daller", German as a foreign language

Message 1: German as a foreign language

Date: Tue, 14 May 1996 16:11:30
From: "J. Treffers-Daller" <>
Subject: German as a foreign language
Two weeks ago I asked a question about a discussion list for German
as a foreign language. This is the summary of the reactions I

Reactions were received from the following people, to each of whom I
am grateful for their willingness to share their information with me.

Peter Kistler
Laurence Kitching
Suzanne K. Hilgendorf
Thomas Knapp
Klaus-Boerge Boeckmann
Jorg Roellinghoff
Dorothee Beermann
Margit Waas
Andreas Westerhoff
James Kirchner
Elke Hentschel

Peter Kistler suggested to visit the following Web sites:
especially sophisticated is the International E-mail Tandem Network.
You find it on:

Laurene Kitching gave the email addresses of the following two
in order to subscribe you should send an e-mail to Claus Lappe
<> asking to subscribe to the above list


the international teachers of German list by asking to Herminio
Schmidt < to subscribe the IDV-NETZ at
According to Suzanne Hilgendorf and Klaus-Boerge Boeckmann
you can subscribe to the above list by sending a "Subscribe" command to
 <> . In the text part of your message you write
: "subscribe idv-netz Vor-nachname". To unsubscribe you write:
"unsubscribe idv-netz".

Klaus-Boerge Boeckmann tells us that the IDV can be visited at the following
 web page:

Suzanne Hilgendorf gave two more addresses,namely:
Institut fuer Internationale Kommunikation der Heinrich Heine
Universitaet Duesseldorf:

Uebungen und Materialen fuer den Deutschunterricht gibt es bei: (maybe www is missing in this

Another supposedly good web site with a number of links is

Thomas Knapp suggested for those who can get access to America On
Line Service, that there is an informal discussion room for native
and non-native speakers of German located in the International Cafe.
Maybe search Web directories suchas as Yahoo, Lycos, Web Crawler,
Citynet etc.

that is all for the friends of German as a foreign language.


Jeanine Treffers-Daller and Helmut Daller
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