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Chapter one Deutsch 1 By : Monica Encabo, Amber Griffith, and Marly Jordan Vocabulary Section Instructions
This PowerPoint will be able to teach you the basic vocabulary of Chapter 1 from German one. You have six different sections of the vocabulary that is divided up into the alphabetical sections of the German words. Or you may decide to just jump in and see what type of words are there! Choosing the correct answer will allow you to continue on, while choosing the wrong one wont. But dont worry!! You will be able to retry to achieve the right answer. Richtig means correct!!Falsch means wrong!!
Vocabulary Section Al - Es Fr -HeiHe - Mä Vo - Wo Se - Vi Me - Sc Jump into it!
Al - Es old from there that your (familiar singular)your (familiar singular) you (familiar singular) The Corner a he it Vocabulary Section Vocabulary Section
Fr - He The Woman The Boyfriend The Girlfriend quite to go immediately Hello! good Hi! to be called Vocabulary Section Vocabulary Section
He - Mä The Gentleman here I You (familiar plural) interesting yes The Boy to know to come The Girl Vocabulary Section Vocabulary Section
Me - Sc my minus The Minute no nice new not only plus bad Vocabulary Section Vocabulary Section
Se - Vi very to be she You (Formal) The Day See you! Bye! Around and much Vocabulary Section Vocabulary Section
Vo - Wo from far who how Bye! we really where where from to live Vocabulary Section Vocabulary Section
Richtig!! *Helpful Tip* Your in German has a different ending for any gender related words. Ex: Your Mother= Deine Mutti Your Father = Dein Vater Some words have no actual gender to it, so your in German for them will be left as dein. So dont get confuse just because it has an e at the end! Vocabulary Section Vocabulary Section
Richtig!! *Helpful Tip* The woman is not the only way Die Frau is defined. Die Frau, without the die(the) part, may be used for talking to adults. Ex: Mrs. Tink = Frau Tink *Helpful Tip* Plural form of the women is Die Frauen. Vocabulary Section Vocabulary Section
Richtig!! *Helpful Tip* Like the word The woman, the gentleman is not the only way Der Herr is define. Der Herr, without the der(the) part, may be used for talking to adults. Ex: Mr. Tink = Herr Tink *Help Tip* Plural form of Der Herr is Der Herren. Vocabulary Section Vocabulary Section