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Ready for English Unit 16 Jeweils weiter mit Mausklick !
Ready for English Unit 16
Kanada ist grösser als Frankreich.
Ready for English Unit 16 Canada is bigger than France.
Ready for English Unit 16 Heute sind weniger Leute in der Stadt als gestern.
Ready for English Unit 16 Today, there are fewer people in the city than yesterday.
Ready for English Unit 16 Sprich die Sätze jeweils leise vor dich hin !!!.
Ready for English Unit 16 Es hat nur wenig Wasser im Fluss.
Ready for English Unit 16 There is only little water in the river.
Ready for English Unit 16 Viele Touristen kennen das Jungfraujoch.
Ready for English Unit 16 Many tourists know the Virgine Saddle.
Ready for English Unit 16 Im Zirkus liebe ich die Clowns am meisten.
Ready for English Unit 16 In the circus, the clowns is what I like most.
Ready for English Unit 16 Die blaue Farbe liebe ich am wenigsten.
Ready for English Unit 16 Blue is the colour that I like the least.
Ready for English Unit 16 Ich denke, Französisch ist weniger wichtig als Englisch.
Ready for English Unit 16 I think French is less important than English.
Ready for English Unit 16 Die meisten Schüler kommen per Velo zur Schule.
Ready for English Unit 16 Most pupils go to school by bike.
Ready for English Unit 16 Nur wenige Schüler haben ein Töffli.
Ready for English Unit 16 Only few pupils have got a motorcycle.
Ready for English Unit 16 Auf dem Tisch lag viel Geld.
Ready for English Unit 16 On the desk, there was much money.
Ready for English Unit 16 Er gab ihm nur wenig Geld.
Ready for English Unit 16 He only gave him little money.
Ready for English Unit 16
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Ich bin gesund wie ein Fisch im Wasser. Im fit as a fiddle. (Meaning – Im in great health) Literal German: Im as healthy as a fish in water.
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The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
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I have lost my voice. I am asking you for your cooperation today and asking you to be a leader in your class. When I choose a student to help me today,
Agenda & Notes 9/30-10/4. Glöckner I come by bus. He comes by subway. She comes by foot. We come by car. Hausaufgaben Where do you come from? I come from.
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The Attributive Clause The Attributive Clause Material 1: China is a big country that has about 5,000 years of history. Thats all (that) I know. Its.
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Du bist mit dem linken Fuß aufgestanden. You got up on the wrong foot. (Meaning – your in a bad mood.) Literal German: You got up with the left foot. (aufstehen.
What angle is each sector in your pie chart? What is the ratio of red to blue? How many people were asked in this survey? How did you show that information.
+ What class are you in What does she look like Where are you from What time does he get up every morning How do you know Who is singing in the room Whose.
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