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Kapitel 8 Vokabeln
Anfangen (vowel change) = beginnen
To begin, start
Er fängt an
Es war einmal
Once there was
Dark - light
Hunger like a bear
Best, most of all
Ich esse am liebsten Hüttenkäse
I like to eat best cottage cheese
Home ( direction)
Hast du Lust?
Do you feel like…
Hast du Lust, dass wir 99 spielen?
Dass=subordinate conjunction= kicks the verb to the end of sentence.
Ich hoffe, dass du kommst. I hope that you come.
I know that he is nice. I weiß, dass er nett ist.
ansehen + vowel change!
To look at
Er sieht sie an.
He looks at her.
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