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Die Ferien Deutsch III
In this unit, you will: Review talking about where you went on vacation, what you did, and how the weather was Learn new vocabulary and culture about driving in Germany Learn about various kulturelle Leckerbissen (cultural tidbits) Review German verbs Begin to develop conversational skills Continue to develop reading comprehension skills
Die Romantische Straße A stop along the Romantic Road in southern Germany in the city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a historical and beautiful vacation destination. With its medieval atmosphere and modern hospitality, Rothenburg is sure to give any traveler a memorable trip.
Die Romantische Straße
Sun seekers on the island of Sylt in the North Sea enjoy a day at the beach.
Wo warst du? on the island in the city; in town auf der Inselin der Stadt
Wo warst du? in the country on the farm auf dem Landauf dem Bauernhof
Wo warst du? on the sea at the beach am Meeram Strand
Wo warst du? in the forest in the mountains im Waldin den Bergen
Wo warst du? at home at (my) grandparents (house) zu Hausebei den Grosseltern
Was hast du gemacht? Complete the following chart in your notebook. Present TenseConversational Past to swim to hike to ride (horses) to drive to sleep to camp to visit to talk on the phone to play to bike ride to go
Wie war das Wetter? sonnig heiss windig regnerisch
Wie war das Wetter? wolkig schlecht schön kalt
Fahren Verben Present TenseConversational Past to turn (a car) to turn (a car) around/make a U-turn to brake to get gas to fill up (a tank/the car) to pass (on the road)
Fahren Adjektiven auf Deutsch right / to the right left / to the left empty
Fahren Vokabeln die Ausfahrt (-en) das Autokennzeichen (-) die Autobahn (-en) die Baustelle (-n)
Fahren Vokabeln das Benzin (-e) die Einfahrt (-en) die Einbahnstraße (-n) der Führerschein (-e)
Fahren Vokabeln das Nummernschild (-er) die Sackgasse (-n) die Raststätte (-n) der Stau (-s)
Fahren Vokabeln die Tankstelle (-n) der Unfall (-,e) die Umleitung (-en) die Versicherung (-en)
Fahren Vokabeln die Geschwindigkeitsbegrenzung (-en) das Überholverbot (-e)
Ein Kultureller Leckerbissen Der Führerschein Did you know that in Germany you have to be 18 years of age in order to get a driver's license? Kids in the US have a hard time imagining life for another 2 years without a driver's license. Teens in Germany aren't in such dire straits due to the incredible public transportation system. Additionally, in order to get a driver's license, families must often pay upwards of $2000. It is safe to say if that were the cost in the US, lots of kids would have to wait until 18 as well!
Ein Kultureller Leckerbissen Mercedes-Benz, now known as DaimlerChrysler AG, is one of a handful of German car companies that are known by car enthusiasts worldwide. This three-pointed star emblem has been Mercedes- Benz' registered trademark since Mercedes-Benz along with other German car companies such as Volkswagen, BMW (Bayerische Motorwerke), Porsche and Audi have helped to establish Germany as a leader in quality car manufacturing.
Hausaufgaben Choose one of the German car manufacturers from the list below and then using the web, briefly research your chosen car manufacturer. Please answer the questions below in complete English sentences. Porsche Volkswagen Audi Mercedes-Benz (DaimlerChrysler AG) Opel BMW (Bayrische Motorwerke) Fragen: 1. What is the history of this car manufacturer? When did it start and by whom? 2. What is its registered trademark and how did this trademark come into existence? Does it have symbolic meaning? 3. What are some of the special features found on this make of car? What features are unique to this make of car? 4. Find your favorite model of this manufacturer and describe it. Please also include a picture of it. Why is it your favorite? How much would it cost if you were to buy it?
Ein Kultureller Leckerbissen Autokennzeichen in Deutshland Left-hand side = letter D below flag of European Union Next 1-3 letters stand for a specific city or region within Deutschland General rule = the larger the city, the fewer the letters
Ein Kultureller Leckerbissen Major exception = cities of the former Hanseatic League – Group of merchant cities along North & Baltic Seas that banded together for protection during Middle Ages These cities = still very proud of that tradition – They put an H (for Hansestadt) in front of the letter for their city
Ein Kultureller Leckerbissen Can you guess where the plates are from? AutokennzeichenStadt SGarmisch Partenkirchen HSchwerin MAugsburg HROMünchen AHansestadt Rostock GAPHansestadt Bremen HHHannover HDHansestadt Hamburg SNStuttgart HBHeidelberg
Ein Kultureller Leckerbissen The Trabant (Trabi) East German car About 3 million built by Sachensring Company Steel not available in the East new material (Duraplast) used Simple engine & interior owner could fix it himself
Ein Kultureller Leckerbissen The Trabant (Trabi) Considered a luxury item in the East 1989 = Berlin Wall fell – Trabis strolled into West Berlin – Became a symbol of this historic event Today = Trabis are collectors items
Ein Kultureller Leckerbissen Die Autobahn 11,980 km (7,444 miles) of roadway No posted speed limit on 2/3 of the Autobahn Recommended speed limit = 81 mph – Can be cited if going faster & cause an accident Raststätten along the way