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I would likeherto kiss herto kissI would like
herto kiss sieküssen I would like Ich möchte
the songsing the songsing We can
das Liedsingen the songsingWe can Wir können
Do you want Can you Will you Do you want Can you Will you Willst du Kannst du Wirst du memir memir memir to help help helfen ? ? ?
Ratatouillecookswell,because helikesgood food. Ratatouillecookswell,because helikesgood food.
Ratatouillecookswell,because helikesgood food. Ratatouillekochtgut,weil ermaggutes Essen.
Ratatouillesaysthat heiscreative. Ratatouillesaysthat heiscreative.
Ratatouillesaysthat heiscreative. Ratatouillesagt,daß eristkreativ.
The manknowsthat the mouseinventsrecipes. The manknowsthat the mouseinventsrecipes.
The manknowsthat the mouseinventsrecipes. Der Mannweiss,daß die MauserfindetRezepte.
MarlinwantsNemoto find MarlinwantsNemoto find MarlinwantsNemoto find MarlinwillNemofinden.
Modal Auxiliaries Present tense and past tense. Present Tense Modal Auxiliaries Sentence Structure Basic sentence structure: Ich lese ein Buch. Subject.
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MODALVERBEN. WOLLENΘΕΛΩ MOECHTENΘΑ ΗΘΕΛΑ MUESSENΠΡΕΠΕΙ KOENNENΜΠΟΡΩ DUERFENΕπιτρέπετε ΜOEGENΑρέσει SOLLENΘα έπρεπε
Formation of Questions By: Logan Pille. Formation of Questions In German the word order to form a statement is Subject + Verb + Object (S+V+O). But to.
Pronouns. Subject PronounsPossessive Pronoun Direct Object Pronouns Indirect Object Pronouns Imymeto me you (informal) youryouto you hehishim sheher it.
ROLE-PLAY FOUNDATION You are talking about your school For help with the vocab, click herehere Say why you like it Weil es leicht ist. Say your favourite.
Ich bin Herr Schaub Oder Ich heiβe Herr Schaub.
Expressing a liking for an activity…… You can express you like doing a free time activity by adding You can express you like doing a free time activity.
Dolch Phrases The Dolch Phrases help build fluency because they are made of the most commonly used words.
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German command forms Part !!. Some of you still need some clarification on commands. I hope this helps. Before I told you there are 3 forms for commands.
The Future Tense Practising forming the future tense.
Then we have. to be there that was in I have a.
Clothing Exam Review David Ramdeen. Die Klamotten A. The shoes B. The clothes C. The Shirt D. The pants.
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Learning objective – To use our correctly.. is a form of the verb I am happy.. He is happy. You are happy.
Supper, dinner. das Abendessen bratwurst die Bratwurst, -..e.
The verbs to know. Wiederholung What does kennen mean? –to know (be familiar with) What kind of verb is it? –Regular –ichkennewirkennen –dukennstihrkennt.
Prep for Test 5 Unit 4. a b a b Tranlsate into English:
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What is your favourite food? Why? What is your favourite restaurant? Why?
Die Hausaufgaben: Im Buch Ü. 1 u. 2 auf S. 36 -Quiz on Thursday (be sure to know how to spell) -numbers (0-20) -greetings/goodbyes -how to ask for someones.
Why do people volunteer? Think… What types of events are most likely to attract volunteers? What do you think motivates people to volunteer for events?
When first looking at regular German verbs you have to isolate the root of the word to form the correct ending The root of any German verb is going.
Kapitel 8 Vokabeln. Mit mir With me Anfangen (vowel change) = beginnen.
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