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1 Interactive German A1 A2 B Interactive German (Textbook, - Fam. Ed.) Levels A1, A2, B1 This textbook makes it easier for you to work with the interactive German online course from dw-world.de. The German Interactive course is aimed at everyone - regardless of whether you are just starting out or have some previous knowledge. With 30 lessons, the course for self-learners covers A1 to B1 of the European Framework of Reference. Authentic videos, slideshows and audio texts convey a vivid picture of life in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. 1

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3 Introduction learning strategy plan a lesson. This language course for German as a foreign language is suitable for everyone - regardless of whether you are just starting out or have some previous knowledge. Some activities may only take you a few minutes. However, it is important to remember that these exercises are only the starting point for the actual learning process. Authentic videos, slideshows and audio texts convey a vivid picture of life in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The actual learning only begins when you are thinking about the exercises, when you are trying to remember the words and phrases that you used in the exercise. The course content and structure, when you are familiar with the same words "Listen to common European and common sentences over and over again and verify reference framework". With 30 lessons, Chen covers the level levels to be followed up as well as possible in the course for self-learners. A1 to B1 of the European Reference Framework It is also important to remember mens ab. that it takes a lot of repetition to Most learners need between 150 to learn something. You should also take a look at the activity and 200 learning hours for each level, which would mean between 450 and 600 hours, especially those who passed the German certificate at the beginning or were a little more difficult, and those who to be achieved at level B1. That is why you should learn which words and phrases you should be. Plan an average of 15 hours for the follow-up. If you study alone, it is particularly important that you set up a learning plan, that you plan time for learning every day, that you set yourself learning goals and also check them. complete the remaining exercises. If you can't study every day, still try to find time to study as often as possible. It is better to study 15 minutes a day than two hours once a week. Once you are familiar with the structure of the program's lessons, when you set up your study plan and it's best to set up a study plan for later review, don't be surprised if plan and reality don't come up in the next seven days. overrule it well. As you take yourself at least 30 minutes of setting up and reviewing experience each day to have the first few activities covered by Learning Plans for yourself you will be much better at being realistic, repeating again and in the current lesson to set goals and to achieve them. 3

4 Language skills (W) Vocabulary Within the individual exercises, language skills can be trained separately. A distinction is made between: (G) Grammar Before each exercise, the symbol of the skill to which the exercise is assigned is displayed. This gives you the opportunity to choose the exercises that correspond to your individual learning goal. (H) Listening Comprehension (L) Reading Comprehension (P) Production of language levels of words. The CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference) aims to describe a comprehensive framework for all aspects of language learning / teaching at all levels in all school types for all age groups in all member states of the Council of Europe. A2.2: Communicate in simple routine situations, can describe my own origin and education, what I do in my free time, where I live and what it looks like there and what a typical day in my life is. I had about 225 hours of German lessons and have a vocabulary of about words. The German course comprises levels A1 to B1 of the GER, which can be assigned to the following language skills: A1.1: Saying or understanding little in German. I had less than 50 to 75 hours of German lessons and I know less than words. A1.2: ask other people questions about yourself (about origin, family, leisure time, daily routine, etc.) and can give answers to questions of this kind. I had about 75 hours of German lessons and have a vocabulary of about 500 words. B1.1: Communicate in simple, routine situations, can describe my training, what I do professionally and in my free time, can describe my city and can talk about travel and what happened to me. I had about 300 hours of German lessons and have a vocabulary of approx. B1.2: Cope with most situations that one encounters other people with questions about theirs while traveling in the language area A2.1: I can ask people orally and in writing (about family, school, work, report about experiences and events, leisure time, travel, food and drink) and and my dreams, hopes and goals can give answers to questions of this kind. describe. I had about 400 hours. I had about 150 hours of German lessons and I have a word and a vocabulary of around a treasure of around words. 4th

5 Lesson 1 how to say which languages ​​you speak. In this lesson you will learn how to greet people and say goodbye to them, the days of the week, the numbers from 1-20, how to introduce yourself, say your name, some country names, where you come from and what you do in Europe, some facts about Germany, Öster how to spell his name and his adresreich and Switzerland, se, the difference between Sie and Du. Learning Strategy Learning Planning Language Skills Language Levels Part Counting with your fingers ... w 2 The numbers of W part The days of Week ... W 1 I'm from South Africa ... H 4 Teresa's schedule ... H 2 Where are they from? ... h 5 What day is today? ... P 3 Grammar: Personal pronouns ... G Part Where from do the people come? ... H 1 What's your name? ... h 5 The cardinal points ... W 2 Teresa talks about herself ... w 6 What's your name? ... P 3 An interview with Teresa ... Part G Interview Julia! ... P 1 The alphabet ... W 5 An interview with Jupp ... P 2 Spelling words ... h 3 The pronunciation of the umlauts ... P 4 The pronounc he der diphthongs ... P 5 ß, sch, ch, j, z, v, w, ... p 6 On the phone ... P part Where do you speak German? ... L 2 countries and articles 1 .. .G 3 Countries and Article 2 ... G 4 Grammar: Personal pronouns ... G 5 Forms of address ... G 6 Communication: Can you do that? ... p 5

6 Part 1 (H) I'm from South Africa (1.1.1) Which languages ​​do Emily, Roberto, Ioana, Thabo, Xiufang and Mike speak? (H) Where are they from? Which languages ​​do you speak? (1.1.2) language is Romanian. She also speaks German and Russian. Where do the people come from and what languages ​​do they speak? Tabo comes from South Africa. His mother tongues are Zulu and English. He also speaks German. Emily is from the USA. Her mother tongue is English. She also speaks Spanish and German. Xiufang is from China. Her mother tongue is Chinese. She also speaks Japanese and of course German. Roberto is from Brazil. His mother tongue is Portuguese. He also speaks French, German and a little bit of Spanish. Mike is from Australia. His mother tongue is English. He also speaks German and a little Italian. Ioana is from Romania. Your mother6

7 (G) Grammar: Personal pronouns singular and verbs in the present tense (1.1.3) also a vowel change from -e- to -ist: I speak, you speak, but: he / she speaks. Note that the formal form of address you is capitalized. Grammatical note: Verbs have different endings in German that depend on the subject of the sentence, e.g. B. I'm coming, you are coming, he / she is coming. In the I-form they end in -e, in the Sie-form with -en and in the he / she-form with -t. My name is come from speak live learn go With some verbs, such as B. speaking, takes place in the 3rd person singular (he / she) (H) Where do the people come from? Where are the cities located? (1.1.4) They are called come from speak live learn go he / she means comes from speaks lives learns goes Hello! My name is Sara. I live in Berlin. Berlin is the capital city of Germany. My best friend is called Tabo. He is from South Africa. Hello. I'm lukas. I come from Zurich. Zurich is located in the north of Switzerland. My best friend is called Roberto. He is from Brazil. Hi! My name is Laura. I come from Salzburg. Salzburg is in Austria. My best friend is from China. Her name is Xiufang. Hi! My name is Julia. I'm from köln. Cologne is located in the west of Germany. My best friend is from Romania. Her name is Ioana. Hello! My name is Daniel. I live in vienna. Vienna is in the east of ÖsterHallo! My name is Felix. I'm from Munich. Munich is in the south of Reich. It is the capital of Austria. Germany. My best friend lives in My girlfriend lives in the United States. Her name is Emily. Australia. His name is Mike. 7th

8 (W) The cardinal points (1.1.5) Berlin is in the east of Germany. Where are these cities located? Leipzig is located in the east of Germany. Hamburg is located in the north of Germany. Freiburg is located in the south of Germany. Cologne is located in the west of Germany. Hanover is located in the north of Germany. Munich is located in the south of Germany. Mainz is located in the west of Germany. Potsdam is located in the east of Germany. (P) What's your name? (1.1.6) Listen to the questions and answer them orally. My name is ... I come from ... It is in the north (south / east / west) of ... I speak ... and ... His / her name is ... He / she comes (also) from ... 8th

9 Part 2 (W) The Alphabet (1.2.1) Listen to the alphabet song. Sing it until you can memorize it! (H) Spell out words. Give me a w! (1.2.2) South Hear which word is spelled. City living Language Romania French German come (P) The pronunciation of the umlauts (1.2.3) I speak Danish. Hear the sentences and repeat them. I'm from köln. Phonetic note: I come from Göttingen. In German there are three letters for vowels that do not appear in other languages: Ä / ä, Ö / ö and Ü / ü. These vowels are called umlauts. The following examples show how they are pronounced. I'm twelve. I speak French. I come from the south. I come from Romania. I come from Zurich. I come from Denmark. I'm from Munich. I speak Romanian. I'm from Turkey. 9

10 (P) The pronunciation of the diphthongs (1.2.4) My name is Laura. Hear the sentences and repeat them. I'm from france. Phonetic note: I come from Leipzig. There are three diphthongs in German: Au / au, Ei / ei (Ai / ai) and Eu / eu (Äu / äu). These sounds are combinations of two vowels. The following examples show how they are pronounced. I come on Friday. My name is heinz. I'm from Germany. I am from Australia. I speak German. I come from Lithuania. I have a girlfriend. I come from the capital. I am nine. (P) The pronunciation of the consonants ß, sch, ch, j, z, v, w, (1.2.5) I go to school. Today it is beautiful. Hear the sentences and repeat them. I'm from Munich. I am eight. Phonetic note: I'm from Japan. In German there are some consonants or combinations of consonants that do not exist in other languages ​​or that are pronounced differently in other languages. These include the letters ß, sch, ch, j, z, v, and w. My name is Julia. I come from Zurich. I come from Salzburg. In the following example sentences you can hear how these letters are pronounced in German. Felix is ​​my first name. Max comes from Hanover. My name is lola. Daniel comes from Vienna. Laura is great. I live in the west. 10

11 (P) On the phone: Please spell your name. (1.2.6) The street where I live is called ... You spell that ... You leave a message on the phone. Spell out your personal information. My last name is ... This is spelled ... My first name is ... This is spelled ... I live in ... This is spelled ... Part 3 (W) Counting with your fingers (1.3.1) Count aloud and with your fingers from 1 to 10. (W) The numbers from 1-20 (1.3.2) 9 nine 10 ten 11 eleven 12 twelve Hear the numbers from thirteen 14 fourteen 15 fifteen 16 sixteen 1 one 2 two 3 three 4 four 17 seventeen 18 eighteen 19 nineteen 20 twenty 5 five 6 six 7 seven 8 eight (W) The days of the week (1.3.3) How many days are there in the week? Monday Saturday Sunday 11th

12 (H) Teresa's timetable (1.3.4) French: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday What does Teresa do when? Listen to what she is saying. Sports: Tuesday and Thursday German: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Music: Wednesday and Friday Church: Sunday (P) What day is today? (1.3.5) I like what day is today? Listen to the questions and answer them. Repeat the exercise until you can answer the questions well. I don't like it that much. Today is tomorrow is yesterday was After Monday comes After Wednesday comes After Saturday comes Part 4 (H) What's your name? (1.4.1) Teresa: Teresa Blank, 16, goes to school, the five What are the names of the people? How old are you? What do you do? What's your favorite number? Julia: Julia Kirchner, 28, works, the three Jupp: Jupp Meixner, 19, studies, the seven 12

13 (W) Teresa talks about herself. (1.4.2) My name is Teresa. I'm from Germany. Berlin is the capital city of Germany. My mother tongue is German. Teresa writes something about herself and her life to her new pen pal. Read the letter. I'm 16 years old. I still go to school. My favorite subject is French. Today is Sunday. I go to church on Sunday. Yesterday was Saturday. Saturday I have rehearsal. Tomorrow is Monday. I'm going back to school on Monday. (G) An interview with Teresa (1.4.3) Do you speak English? (Question word) verb subject what's your name? Do you speak English? Grammatical hint: If you want to ask a question, rearrange the subject and verb and start with the verb. Are you learning German? If you start the question with a question word, e.g. B. how or where, next use the verb as well and then the subject, so what is your name? (P) Interview Julia! (1.4.4) An interview with Julia. Where are you from? Which languages ​​do you speak? Do you have a favorite number? Hello! What's your name? How do you spell that? How old are they? What do you do? Do you have a favorite number? 13th

14 (P) An interview with Jupp (1.4.5) Here are Jupp's answers. Ask each question orally first. Then listen to the question and the answer. My name is Jupp Meixner. J - U - P - P and M-E-I-X-N-E-R. I come from Leipzig. I am 19 years old. I study. Yes I speak english. Part 5 (L) Where do you speak German? (1.5.1) largest city in Germany. The capital of Austria is Vienna. Vienna is also the largest city in Austria with 1.5 million people. The capital of Switzerland is Bern. The largest city in Switzerland with about people is Zurich. Where do they speak German? German is the national language of Germany and Austria and the largest national language in Switzerland. About 82 million people live in Germany, 8 million in Austria and 7 million in Switzerland. The capital of Germany is Berlin. Berlin is also with 3.5 million people the flag of Germany is black, red, gold, the flag of Austria is red, white, red, and the flag of Switzerland is red with a white cross. 14th

15 (G) countries and article 1 (1.5.2) Reading grammar: countries with and without articles before feminine nouns die or der; before nouns in the neuter das, dem, or des. For the next exercise it is important to know that the can also refer to feminine nouns, e.g. E.g .: if there is a preposition in front of the noun (in Switzerland) or if two nouns are linked with the meaning of (the capital of Switzerland). German nouns have a gender. They are masculine (the day), feminine (the week), or neuter (the year). Because German has a case system, the article word can take on different forms. In front of masculine nouns der, den, dem or des; Move on to the next exercise. Is it called the, that or the capital? (G) countries and Article 2 (1.5.3) the largest city of Austria. The capital of Switzerland is Bern. The largest city in Switzerland with about people is Zurich. Country names with and without articles. German is the national language of Germany and Austria and the largest national language in Switzerland. About 82 million people live in Germany, 8 million in Austria and 7 million in Switzerland. The capital of Germany is Berlin. Berlin is also the largest city in Germany with 3.5 million people. The flag of Germany is black, red, gold, the flag of Austria is red, white, red, and the flag of Switzerland is red with a white cross. Feminine: capital, in Switzerland, national language, flag, Switzerland, city Masculine: - The capital of Austria is Vienna. Vienna is also neuter with 1.5 million people: from Germany, from Austria 15

16 (G) Grammar: The personal pronouns du and Sie (1.5.4) den, end in -en. Verbs used with du end in -st. Remember that verbs used with I end in -e. Grammatical note: There are two forms of address in German. A polite, detached form, you, and a familiar form, you. The polite, detached form is mostly used among adults who don't know each other or don't know each other well. I come, live, sing, do, go, learn, write, listen. The familiar form is used among friends, relatives and children. Verbs that are used with Sie (G) Forms of address (1.5.5) As you know, there are two different forms of address in German: a formal form, Sie, and an informal form, du (singular). Here are some examples of people you meet in everyday life. Do you say you or you to these people? 16 you come live sing do go learn write hear you come live sing do go learn to write hear you: a waitress a salesman a neighbor you don't know well a business colleague you don't know well you: a student, if you are also a student are a child (12 years old) your mother-in-law

17 (P) Communication: Can you do that? (1.5.6) say which languages ​​I speak You learned that. Can you still do it? Say it. To hear someone else say count to 20, click the speaker icon that says the days of the week. say my name say what day is today spell my name say what day is tomorrow say what country i am from ask what someone is called say what city i am from say what i do ask where someone is from ask what day is today asking if anyone speaks english 17

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19 You will also learn kinship terms, the numbers from 21 to 100, weather expressions, the months. Lesson 2 In this lesson you will learn how to talk about your family, how to talk about the weather and the seasons. Part What do you know about Katja? ... L 2 Men and women in the family ... W 3 The months and the seasons ... W 4 The seasons in your region ... P 5 The gender of nouns ... G 6 The right articles ...... G part Invitation to a birthday party ... L 2 What's the weather like? ... W 3 Weather for a birthday party ... W 4 Talking about the weather ... h 5 Region and climate ... H 6 What's the weather like at your place? ... P part That's me! ... h 2 How well do you know my family? ... H 3 Who is who in the family? ... W 4 The use of nouns ... G part word accent ... P 1 The birthday party ... H 6 You and your family ... P 2 The guests ... H part The greeting ... G 1 How old are you the people ...? ... W 4 Do you know Ms. Müller? ... G 2 Do you like mathematics? ... W 5 You're coming exactly right! ... g 3 Even more math? ... P 6 You Invite for a birthday ... p 4 Do you play the lottery? ... H 7 Communication: Can you do that? ... p 19

20 Part 1 (L) What do you know about Katja? (2.1.1) Hello. I am Katja Bauer. I am 18 years old. I live in southern Germany, in Bad Krozingen. Bad Krozingen is a small town and is located near Freiburg. I still live at home with my parents. This is Katja. Katja welcomes you to lesson 2 and introduces herself briefly. Read the text. What do you know about Katja? City: Bad Krozingen Region: Southern Germany Who does she live with? at home with her parents First name: Katja Family name: Bauer Age: 18 (F) Men and women in the family Female: the mother, the sister, the (2.1.2) grandmother In the family there are male and female: the father, the brother, the great person. father (W) The months and the seasons (in Central Europe) (2.1.3) Spring: March, April, May In which months is which season in Central Europe? summer: June, July, August autumn: September, October, November winter: December, January, February 20

21 (P) The seasons in your region (2.1.4) When is spring, summer, autumn and winter in your home? Hear the questions and answer orally. Spring? These are the months here ... summer? These are the months here ... autumn? These are the months here ... winter? These are the months here ... Part 2 (H) That's me! (2.2.1) Katja shows you a photo album with photos of her family and explains who the people in the photos are. The woman is my grandmother. These are my parents. This is my brother, Theo. This is my sister and her husband. This is Linda, Claudia and Wolfgang's daughter. 21

22 (H) How well do you know my family? (2.2.2) Theo is Katja's brother. He often speaks to Katja on the phone. Claudia is Katja's sister. Her husband's name is Wolfgang. The grandmother often comes to Bad Krozingen. Katja's parents have lived in Bad Krozingen for many years. Linda, Claudia's little daughter, has her birthday in June. Thomas is the son of Claudia and Wolfgang. He is still a baby. (W) Who is who in the family? (2.2.3) He is the brother. She is the sister. They are siblings. Who is who in the family? The daughter is eight years old. This is a girl. He is her husband. She is his wife. They are married. The son is twelve years old. This is a boy. He is the father. She is the mother. You are the parents. The child is four months old. This is a baby That is the son and that is the daughter. You are the children. Father, mother and children. This is a family. (G) The gender of the nouns: article and personal pronouns (2.2.4) the man> he; the language> them; the photo> it. Masculine: the garden, the son, the computer scientist, he, a boy, the dog Grammatical note: The gender of the noun is most clearly shown in the definite and less clearly in the indefinite article: masculine = the / a (man); feminine = the / one (language); Neuter = that / a (photo). The personal pronouns (3rd person) are: Feminine: a grandmother, the family, she, the journalist, the mother, a language, the neuter language: the girl, it, a girl, a photo, the photo, the child, a Child 22

23 (P) Word accent (2.2.5) The mother was born in Leipzig. Hear the sentences and read along. Pay attention to the word accent and repeat the sentences. The grandmother often comes to Bad Krozingen. Theo, the brother, studies in Cologne. Phonetic note: Katja is eighteen years old. For words with several syllables (in German) one syllable has the word accent, which means that the vowel of this syllable is emphasized more strongly. Linda's birthday is in June. Thomas is Linda's little brother. Learning Tip: It is important to hear and imitate the word accent if you want to learn the correct pronunciation of words. Claudia and Wolfgang live in Hamburg. They are both employed. The father comes from Austria, from Salzburg. Struppi is my best friend. (P) You and your family (2.2.6) I am a man. Listen, then repeat. I am a woman. I have siblings. I have no siblings. I still go to school. I study. I am employed. I work at home. I live alone. My name is ... I was born in ... My father is from ... My mother is from ... I live with my family. I am married. I am a boy. I have a child. I'm a girl. I have children. 23

24 Part 3 (W) How old are the people in the photos? (2.3.1) Katja is sixteen years old. Theo is twenty years old. Linda will be three years old in June. The grandmother is seventy years old. How old is the father About fifty-five (55) years. How old is the mother About forty-five (45) years. How old is claudia About twenty-five (25) years. How old is Wolfgang? About thirty (30) years. (W) Do you like math? (2.3.2) six times ten makes sixty seven times ten makes seventy three times ten makes thirty eight times ten makes eighty four times ten makes forty nine times ten makes ninety five times ten makes fifty ten times ten makes (one) hundred (P ) More math? (2.3.3) 25 twenty-five Do you like arithmetic? 48 forty-eight = twenty-one 63 sixty-three = twenty-two 87 eighty-seven = twenty-three 55 fifty-five = sixty-seven = forty-five 24

25 (H) Do you play the lottery? (2.3.4) Try your luck: Play the lottery! Write down seven numbers between 1 and 49 on a piece of paper. Click the speaker icon to hear April 1st winning numbers. Write them down. Compare. How many correct The winning numbers from Sunday 1st do you have? April are: What are your lottery numbers? How many correct numbers do you have? (G) The gender of the nouns: Article and personal pronouns (2.3.5) Grandfather singular feminine: the sister, she, the language, the friend, the mother Are these nouns in the singular (masculine, feminine or neuter) or in the plural? Singular neuter: a child, the girl, the year, the photo, a girl, it Learning tip: Always learn nouns with the definite article + plural form if possible. z. B .: the man the men; the girl the girl; ... plural: girlfriends, grandfathers, the sons, many years, sons, the languages, photos, friends, two children, the girls, the mothers, they singular masculine: the son, the friend, the brother , he, the 25

26 (G) The correct articles and personal pronouns in the singular (2.3.6) The man on the left is called Theo. This is Katja's brother. He studies in Cologne. Salzburg is a city. The city is in Austria. She is very beautiful. There are two people in the photo. A man and a woman. They are married. There is a dog in the photo. The dog is called Struppi. He is sweet. The children are playing in the garden. They are siblings. The boy's name is Tobi and the girl's name is Susanne. They are sweet. A child is playing in the garden. The child is 3 years old. It's birthday today. The grandparents live in Hamburg. You don't come to Cologne very often. Part 4 (L) Invitation to the birthday party (2.4.1) Linda's birthday is on Saturday (June 6th). She is 3 years old. We're having a birthday party. In the sun: in the garden. When it rains: in the house. Dear children, we hope you all come. There is cake, juice and ice cream! Dear parents, we hope you will come too. There is coffee and cake. 26 Cake in the sun in the rain in the garden in the house

27 (W) What's the weather like? (2.4.2) The sky is blue. The sun is shining. It's raining. The sky is cloudy. The sun doesn't shine, but it neither rains nor snows. It is cold. Below 0 Celsius. (W) Weather for a birthday party (2.4.3) It's snowing. The sun is shining. The temperature is 23 or 24 Celsius. How must the weather for a birthday party It's warm. But it's not too hot. being in the garden and when is better weather for a birthday party in the house: in the house? The weather isn't nice, it's bad. Weather for a birthday party in the garden: It's 18 Celsius. It is cool. The weather is nice. There are a lot of clouds and it's already raining. The sky is not overcast, the sky is blue. Maybe a thunderstorm is coming. (H) Talking about the weather (2.4.4) The weather on Monday: The sun shines on Monday. Do you remember the word accent? Listen There are no clouds. You the sentences, pay attention to where the sky is blue. Word accent is on, and repeat. It's twenty-three degrees. The weather on Tuesday: The weather will be bad on Tuesday. Clouds come from the west. Maybe there is a thunderstorm. But it is not raining. 27

28 (H) Region and Climate (2.4.5) You will hear information about the maximum daytime temperatures in the three cities (regions) in Germany and Austria. You will hear this information: The maximum daily temperatures in the months: April (spring), July (summer), October (autumn), January (winter). Maximum daily temperatures in C Spring (April) Summer (July) Autumn (October) Winter (January) Hamburg Munich Vienna (P) How is the weather in your home? (2.4.6) Tonight it is Celsius. Answer the questions orally. Repeat the exercise until you can answer the questions well. Tomorrow will be the weather Today is the weather is It is It is / The sun is It At the moment it is Celsius. 28

29 Part 5 (H) The birthday party (2.5.1) Christel and Klaus are just right. (r) Listen to what people are saying. Which statements are correct, which are wrong? Felix is ​​still playing soccer. (f) Wolfgang wears an apron. (r) The birthday party takes place in the house. (f) The weather is very nice. (r) Ms. Müller is Daniel's mother. (r) Ms. Müller comes from Germany. (f) Clara is Linda's best friend. (r) (H) The guests (2.5.2) Christel and Klaus: Your son is called Felix. Who are the guests at Linda's birthday party? Felix: He's in the third grade. Tobias: Tobias' parents are not there yet. Ms. Müller: She has two children. Daniel: He's in third grade too. Clara: Clara is the daughter of Mrs. Müller. 29

30 (G) The greeting (2.5.3) Mother ...? No I do not think so. Which personal pronouns do the speakers use? Wolfgang: Ms. Müller and her husband live on Goethestrasse and they have a little daughter. Wolfgang: Day Christel! Hello Klaus. Your timing is absolutely perfect. Wolfgang knows Christel and Klaus well. He says: you Christel: you are very elegant. Where did you get that beautiful apron from? Christel knows Wolfgang well. She says: you Wolfgang: Yes? Do you find? It's from Claudia. Christel knows Wolfgang, Claudia and Linda well. She says: You Christel: And where are you having the birthday party? Wolfgang: (Me, Claudia and Linda) do that .... He says: we Wolfgang: We do that in the garden. Wolfgang: (Mrs. Müller and her husband) have a little daughter. He says: she Wolfgang knows Christel well. He says: you Klaus: I know Daniel, but the (G) do you know Ms. Müller? No, I do not know them. (2.5.4) 2nd person (her): -t 3rd person (she): -en The verb endings in the singular are: 1st person (I): -e 2nd person (you): -st (you) : -en 3rd person (he / she / it): -t The verb ending -en for you (formal salutation) is identical in the singular and plural (e.g. where do you live (Frau Müller)? Where do you live (Frau Müller and Mr. Müller)?). The verb endings in the plural are: 1st person (we): -en With some verbs the verb endings or the forms are irregular. (G) You have come to the right place! (2.5.5) Christel: You are very elegant, Wolfgang! (his) Really! Where did you get that beautiful apron from? (have) Wolfgang: Yes? Do you find? (find) The apron is from Claudia. (his) Christel: Are you all there yet? (his) Wolfgang: Mmh ... I don't think Tobias' parents yet ... (believe) and neither do Ms. Müller and her daughter. Maybe you already know her. (know) Wolfgang: Tag Christel, Hello Klaus. Your timing is absolutely perfect. (come) 30

31 (P) You are inviting you to a birthday. (2.5.6) There is cake, juice and ice cream! Dear parents, we hope you will come too. There is coffee and cake. Read the invitation again. Then write an invitation for your birthday! The sentences will help you with this. Write your invitation now! Dear ... (a friend, a brother, ...) love ... (a friend, a sister, ...) I have ... I hope ... There is ... Linda has on Saturday (June 6th) birthday. She is 3 years old. We're having a birthday party. In the sun: in the garden. When it rains: in the house. Dear children, we hope you all come. (P) Communication: Can you do that? say whether I have children and how (2.5.7) old they are You learned that. Can you still do it? Say it. If you'd like to hear someone else say whether I'm single or married, click the speaker icon for each. counting in steps of ten to 100 counting from 50 to 60 counting the seasons saying the months saying which month is saying how old I am say what month it's my birthday say what my parents are called and how old they are say whether that is The weather is nice or bad, ask where my parents are from, ask if someone has children and what their names say, if I have siblings and how old they are, ask what the weather will be tomorrow 31

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33 Lesson 3 Bys How To Date. In this lesson you will learn how to ask about the time and how to answer questions about the time, the time of day and the time, how to tell about your daily routine, words for activities, everyday, how to talk about your interests and hobbies for your interests and hobbies. Part Two men on a bench ... H 2 What is the greatest wealth in the world? H 3 Time ... H 4 Two old friends ... G 5 How old are the people? ... H 6 What is your phone number ? ... H 3 These are Jessica and Katrin ... L 4 What is the daily routine of the people? H 5 Kristina's daily routine ... L 6 What is your daily routine? ... P part Do you have time today? ... H 2 What would you like this evening ...? ... G part Leisure plans ... H 1 How time is it in ...? ... w 4 A teacher tells ... w 2 Three hours later ... w part What time is it? ... w 1 What are we doing today? ... h 4 What time is it? ... w 2 I would like to go to the zoo .... P 5 What are these people doing? ... W 3 Free time L Part free time L 1 When do you get up? ... l 5 Communication : Can you do that? ... p 2 Interview Katrin ... L 33

34 Part 1 (H) Two men on a bench (3.1.1) It is autumn. (r) Two women are sitting on a bench. (f) What do you hear? The bench is red. (f) A girl wants to mail a letter. (r) The mailbox is yellow. (r) A man walks by with a stroller. (f) You hear a loud noise. (r) (H) What is the greatest wealth in the world? (3.1.2) The girl cannot post the letter. The man in the dark suit is called Wolfgang. What is happening? The men talk about the greatest wealth in the world. The baby in the stroller is making soft noises. The man in the light suit can stop time. The man in the light suit helps the girl.(H) Time (3.1.3) What do the men say? Tell me, Wolfgang, what is the greatest wealth for you that you can imagine? Hmm, maybe time time. Hmm, Wolfgang we are rich. 34

35 (G) Zwei alte Freunde (3.1.4) the question word in position 2. Some verbs consist of two parts, e.g. B. come along (come along). Are your siblings coming too? Two old friends meet in town. What do you say? Grammatical Note: How are you? Questions begin with a question word or a conjugated verb. What are you doing? When do you get up? If the question begins with a question word, the conjugated verb is after Are you driving home? (H) How old are the people? (3.1.5) And my name is Janet. I'm 29. Hello. My name is Frank. I am 32 years old. My name is pierre I am 42 years old. Hello, my name is Juan. I am 34 years old. (H) What's your phone number? (3.1.6) What are the telephone numbers?

36 Part 2 (W) What time is it in ...? (3.2.1) Berlin: What time is it where? Repeat the sentences. New York: Moscow: Sydney: New Delhi: Tokyo: Rio de Janeiro: Beijing: (W) Three hours later. What time is it now in ...? (3.2.2) What time is it three hours later? It is now time in Berlin. What time is it in ...? Berlin It is now time in Berlin. Tokyo The time is now in Tokyo. New York It is now 9:00 a.m. in New York. Rio de Janeiro The time now is Rio de Janeiro. Sydney It is now midnight in Sydney. Beijing It is now in Beijing. New Delhi The time now is 7:30 PM in New Delhi. 36

37 (W) What time is it? (3.2.3) Listen and repeat the times. Repeat them until you can say them well. Please note: The official time in 24-hour mode (e.g. 10:15 a.m., 10:15 p.m.) is common in public use (e.g. timetables, timetables or TV programs). In everyday life, the informal tense (e.g. quarter past ten for 10:15 a.m. / 10:15 p.m.) is used in the 12-hour mode. (W) What time is it? (3.2.4) It is five to twelve. It is quarter past seven. It's half past two. It's ten to nine. Its twenty past four. 37

38 (W) What are these people doing? (3.2.5) 12.00: A man and a woman have lunch. 8.15: Children learn at school: a man comes home: a woman is on the phone. 0.00: Two children are sleeping. Part 3 (L) When do you get up? (3.3.1) When do you get up? I get up at 6.30. Read Jessica's answers. What do you do for a living? I am a teacher. When do you drive to work? I walk to work at 7.30 a.m. How long do you work? Usually from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. What are you doing in the evening? Then I read or visit friends. (L) Interview Katrin (3.3.2) When do you get up? Very early, at 4 o'clock. What do you do for a living? I am a nurse. When do you drive to work? At 5 o'clock. I take the bus to the hospital for 40 minutes. How long do you work? From 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. When will they be back home? Shortly after three. What are you doing in the evening? I watch TV or knit. 38

39 (L) These are Jessica and Katrin (3.3.3) Who are Jessica and Katrin? You learned a lot about the two of them in the interviews. This is Jessica Friedrich: And this is Katrin Berger: She is a teacher by profession. She is a nurse by profession. She gets up at 6:30 a.m. She gets up very early, at 4 a.m. She goes to work at 7:30 a.m. She works mostly from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. She takes the bus to work at 5 a.m. Around 2 p.m. she is back home. She works from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. In the evenings she likes to read books or visit friends. She is back home shortly after 3. She likes to knit sweaters or watch TV. (H) What is the daily routine of the people? (3.3.4) Listen to what people are saying about their daily routine. Then decide whether the sentences are right or wrong. Kevin is a bus driver in Cologne. (r) He gets up at 5 a.m. (f) He sleeps in the afternoon. (r) Dennis is a student at the University of Göttingen. (f) He goes jogging before breakfast. (r) In the evening he works in a bar. (r) Helena gets up at 7.30 a.m. (f) From 11 a.m. she prepares the meals for the guests. (r) In the evening they work until midnight. (f) Kristina has three children. (f) Jan goes to school and Julia goes to kindergarten. (r) Kristina works in a supermarket. (r) 39

40 (L) Kristina's daily routine (3.3.5) In the morning I take Jan to school and Julia to kindergarten. In the mornings I work in a supermarket. I pick up the children at 1 p.m. Kristina talks about her daily routine. Hello, my name is Kristina. I live in Berlin with my children Jan and Julia. In the afternoons we play together or go for a walk. We go to bed early in the evening. (P) What is your daily routine like? (3.3.6) In my free time ... What is your daily routine? Hear the questions and answer them. Repeat this exercise until you can answer all of the questions well. Tonight ... I stand around ... I have breakfast I walk around ... I am ... I come around ... Part 4 (H) Do you have time today? (3.4.1) What are the friends doing today at noon, this afternoon or this evening? Simone and Steffi: go swimming at 3 p.m. Robert and Juan: go to a party at 9 p.m. Lena and Sara: eat at 1 p.m. Laura and Christian: go shopping at 10:40 a.m.

41 (G) What would you like to do tonight? (3.4.2) Sabine: I would like to go out to dinner tonight. And you, what do you want to do? Jens: I don't know. I ask Peter what he would like. What do Sabine, Jens and Peter want to do tonight? Peter: Maria and I want to watch TV tonight. And what are you doing? Jens: Sabina would like to go out to eat, and I don't know yet ... Peter: Would you like to come to us? We order the pizza service and ... Grammatical note: The form I would like ... is a polite way of expressing a wish. It can be used as a single verb in a sentence (I would like a coffee.) Or as an auxiliary + infinitive (He would like to go to the cinema.) Sabine: Well, what is Peter doing tonight? Jens: Peter and Sabine want to watch TV. If we want, we are invited. We order pizza! Sabine: Okay, why not? Attention: The ending in the 3rd person singular of would is -e (he / she / it would like) as in the 1st person singular. (H) Leisure plans (3.4.3) Listen to the dialogues. What do the people want to do? Julia Laura Lukas Sara Felix 41

42 (W) A teacher tells ... (3.4.4) My name is Klaus Müller. I am a teacher. My subjects are German and English. Klaus Müller talks about himself ... I live in Munich. My students come from many countries, they speak different mother tongues. I work 26 hours a week at school and at home in the afternoons. I play tennis with colleagues on Wednesday afternoons. On Friday evenings I attend a language course, I am learning Turkish. Part 5 (H) What are we doing today? (3.5.1) Annika: Tell me, what are we doing today? Thomas: Well I ... I want to go to the zoo. What shall we do today? Hear the dialogue. Annika: To the zoo? Thomas: Yes, why not? The weather is nice today and we have time. Annika: And where is the zoo? Thomas: I don't know. But I have a city map. Just a moment ... ah, here it is. Annika: Is that far from here? Thomas: No, only three stops on the subway. 42

43 (P) I want to go to the zoo. (3.5.2) Thomas: Well I ... I want to listen to the sentences and try to go to the zoo. to hear which word or syllable is emphasized the most. Do you speak to Annika: To the zoo? then follow the sentence. Thomas: Yes, why not? The weather is nice today and we have time. Annika: And where is the zoo? Phonetic note: Each sub-clause has a main accent, a syllable that is specially stressed. Annika: Tell me, what are we doing today? Thomas: I don't know. But I have a city map. Just a moment ... ah, here it is. Annika: Is that far from here? Thomas: No, only three stops on the subway. (L) Leisure time from the North Sea to the Alps 1 (3.5.3) Britt Jensen and Walond Vetterli tell you how they spend their free time. Read the texts. Walond Vetterli: Free time? I do not know her at all. Up here in the mountains there is a lot to do on the farm and on the mountain pastures all year round. But my life is still very calm, I live happily ever after. I don't want to live in a big city. Britt Jensen: Up here on the coast we spend a lot of free time by and in the water. My hobby is sailing, when the weather is good I am often out on the North Sea with my sailboat. I also like to surf in the summer. But I also like to play on the computer or go online. Britt Jensen: surfing the internet, playing the computer, sailing, surfing Walond Vetterli: living happily ever after, no free time 43

44 (L) Leisure time from the North Sea to the Alps 2 (3.5.4) Karin and Walter Lenz and Christine Seibel tell you how they spend their free time. Christine Seibel: In my free time I often go to one of the many Viennese cafés, drink my coffee and just enjoy the atmosphere. Or I sit with friends at the Heuriger. And I like to visit Vienna's museums. Karin and Walter Lenz: We live pretty quietly here in the Bavarian Forest. In our free time we like to go hiking with others, we are both in a hiking club. Sometimes our children come to visit with our grandchildren. In summer we like to sit comfortably in the garden and have a barbecue. Now and then we visit friends in the Czech Republic. Karin and Walter Lenz: hiking, barbecuing, sitting in the garden, visiting friends in the Czech Republic Christine Seibel: going to a café, visiting museums, sitting at a wine tavern (P) Communication: Can you do that? (3.5.5) You have learned that. Can you still do it? say what i do in my spare time say it! If you want to hear how do someone else say it, click the say what time of day is now the respective speaker icon. say what time it is ask what time it is say what time I get up in the morning ask someone what he / she likes to do in his / her free time say when I get home from work (school, university) come ask someone if he / she would like to do something with me 44

45 occasions does not bear. Lesson 4 You will learn the verbs of movement, verbs of perception, the colors, the body parts and the parts of the face, the items of clothing, which words are to be capitalized in German. In this lesson you will learn how to describe what people do, how to describe what items of clothing someone wears, how to say how you like items of clothing, how to say what to wear when, how to say what to wear on certain items An afternoon in the park ... H 2 What are the people doing in the park? 1G 3 What are the people doing in the park? 2G 4 Interview Beate Seidel ... P 6 How do you like the dress, Susanne? .. W 7 And you? How do you like the coat? .. P 8 What do you wear? - What not to wear? G 9 What do you like to wear? ... p Part fashion but a bit crazy ... l 2 The body parts ... W 3 What are the body parts called? ... W 4 Who is who? ... h part The colors ... W 2 What colors are these things? ... H 3 How do you make the color ...? ... P 4 What color is ...? ... w Part 5 ... Part of the face, hands and feet ... W 1 The clothes ... W 2 Arm, leg and head ... W 2 What clothes do the ...? ... w 3 Who are the bank robbers ?. ..H 3 And what do these people wear? ... W 4 What can you do with your ears? ... w 4 What do you wear when? ... w 5 Big or small? ... g 5 What do you think you the coat? ... G 6 Communication: Can you do that? ... p 45

46 Part 1 (H) An afternoon in the park (4.1.1) Two men sit in the park. What is happening in the park? What are the people doing in the park? The girl runs to the mailbox. A girl is playing with a ball. The woman looks at the baby. The girl tries to put the letter in the mailbox. The man is nice and helps the girl. Together they put the letter in the mailbox. (G) What are the people doing in the park? 1 (4.1.2) The girl plays with the ball. The woman goes for a walk with her baby. Grammatical Note: Do you remember the vowel change when I speak, you speak, he / she speaks, they speak? The two men are sitting in the park. There is also a vowel change in the 2nd and 3rd person singular in some other very common verbs in German. You should always learn these forms. The girl runs to the mailbox. The leaves lie on the meadow. She is carrying a large letter. The men watch. (G) What are the people doing in the park? 2 (4.1.3) The ball is on the way. The man takes the ball. The man is nice and helps the girl. The baby is in the stroller. Together they put the letter in the mailbox. The woman looks at the baby. 46

47 (P) Interview Beate Seidel (4.1.4) Yes, I really enjoy going for a walk here. The park is really nice! You get into conversation with Beate Seidel, the baby's mother, while walking in the park. Read their answers and ask an appropriate question for each one. When you click the speaker icons, you will hear the questions and the answers. I am a saleswoman. I work in a small fashion store. The fashion store is on Hildesheimer Strasse. Next to the cinema. No, I don't work that much at the moment. The baby takes a lot of time. Today I'm free. In my free time I like to play with the baby or read. I also enjoy doing sports. It's three months old. Thanks, you too. Until next time. Part 2 (W) The colors (4.2.1) Hear the words for the colors. Repeat the words until you can memorize them. yellow, black, blue, purple 47 gray, green, orange, red, white, brown,

48 (H) What colors are these things? (4.2.2) yellow blue green brown (P) How do you make the color ...? (4.2.3) dark red: You mix ... and ... Hear how you make new colors. Then listen to the questions and explain how to mix each color. lilac: You mix ... and ... gray: You mix black and white. light blue: Mix blue and white. dark blue: Mix blue and black. orange: you mix ... and ... green: you mix ... and ... turquoise: you mix ... and ... light red: you mix ... and ... 48

49 (W) What color is ...? (4.2.4) What color are things? The woman is wearing a coat and boots. The coat is blue and the boots are black. The stroller is black and white. The man on the left has black hair. He's wearing a suit and tie. The man on the right is also wearing a suit. His suit is gray and his shirt is white. The meadow is green. The leaves are brown. The ball has many colors. It's colorful. The girl's jacket, shoes and stockings are red. Part 3 (W) The clothes (4.3.1) What clothes do people wear? the jacket in red the colorful skirt the shoes in red the stockings in red the sweater in blue the jacket in brown the suit the shirt the tie the swimming trunks the bikini the jeans a blouse in red the T-shirts in yellow and blue the T- Shirt in white the hat, the scarf, the warm jacket, the boots, the suit in black, the coat in black, the shirt in white, the tie in red, the shoes in black, the top in black, the skirt in blue, the T-shirt in red 49

50 (W) What clothes do people wear? (4.3.2) The whole family wears jeans. The mother wears a blouse in red, the children wear t-shirts in yellow and blue. The father is also wearing a white T-shirt. The girl is wearing a jacket, skirt, shoes and stockings. Everything is red, only the skirt is colorful. A man and a woman are walking on the beach. The woman is wearing a black top and a blue skirt, the man is wearing light-colored trousers and a T-shirt. His shirt is red. The two men are wearing a suit and shirt. The man on the left is also wearing a tie. (W) And what are these people wearing? (4.3.3) And what clothes do people wear? The man likes it sporty and practical. He's wearing a blue sweater and a brown jacket. It's winter and it's really cold. The child wears a hat, a scarf, a warm jacket and boots. The man is elegant. He is wearing a black suit and coat, a white shirt and a red tie. The shoes are of course black too. It's summer and very hot. The people are on the beach, they are on vacation. The man wears swimming trunks, the woman a bikini. 50

51 (W) What do you wear when? (4.3.4) Which items of clothing do you wear when? in summer: the T-shirt, swimming trunks, bikini, top in winter: hat, scarf, coat, boots at work: suit, tie, shirt, blouse in leisure time: sweatpants who have favourited Jeans, the sweater at a party: the evening dress 51

52 (G) How do you like the coat? (4.3.5) shoes. There are many verbs in German that have a noun in the accusative, e.g. B. wear, have, buy, find, read. Susanne and Jasmin go shopping. What do you need, how do you find the things and what do you buy? Grammatical note: article and noun in the accusative As you already know, every noun in German has a specific gender: masculine, feminine or neuter with the corresponding article (der, die, das). indefinite article Susanne: I urgently need pants, a sweater and new shoes. And you? What do you need? Jasmin: Hmmm ... I still have pants and a sweater. But I need a coat or a jacket for the winter. And maybe new boots too. Susanne: Come on, let's go have a look. Maybe we will find something ... [...] specific article Susanne: How do you like the pants here? I think that's great! And maybe the sweater with it? Jasmin: Yes, that looks really good. And how do you like the coat here? Or the jacket? Susanne: Well, I think the jacket is nicer. Try it on! [...] Jasmin: Yes, it is very beautiful. I think I'll buy the jacket.And you? Susanne: I buy the sweater, but unfortunately the pants don't fit. The nouns are in nominative as subject (The coat is blue.) And as part of the predicate (This is a coat.). Depending on the case, the articles can also have other forms. In the sentence He is wearing a coat. Mantel is the object and is in the accusative case. Pay attention to the article. For masculine nouns, the article changes in the accusative! Masculine: the / a coat He wears the coat. / I'm wearing a coat. Feminine: the / a blouse She wears the blouse in red today. / She wears a blouse. Neuter: the / a top She wears the top in green. / She is wearing a top. Plural: die / - shoes She wears the shoes in black. / She wears 52

53 (W) How do you like the dress, Susanne? (4.3.6) How does Susanne find the items of clothing that Jasmin shows her? ugly boring old-fashioned beautiful elegant (P) What about you? How do you like the coat? (4.3.7) And you? How do you find the clothes? Answer the questions. (Remember to use the correct article in the accusative!) I find the skirt ... The shirt ... I find the boots ... I find ... I find the jacket ... the pants ... 53

54 (G) What do you wear? - What are you not wearing? (4.3.8) At a party one does not wear swimming trunks, but a suit or an evening dress. You can also wear an elegant skirt or shirt. But please don't wear old jeans or a bikini! It's not that fancy. You don't wear a hat or coat on the beach in summer. It's warm and you're wearing a t-shirt or top. For swimming you wear bathing trunks or a bikini. In your free time you don't wear a suit or evening dress. Many people wear sweatpants and a t-shirt or sweater. (P) What do you like to wear? What do you wear when? (4.3.9) Do you like the color blue? What is your favourite colour? Answer the questions about your favorite color and clothes. What are you wearing now? What color is your favorite sweater? What do you like to wear? What do you wear when you exercise? What do you wear to work? Do you wear a coat in summer? What would you like to buy? 54

55 Part 4 (L) Fashion but a bit crazy or gray then you are unlucky: The color (4.4.1) be purple is not in fashion! As you can see in the photos, fashion is sometimes a little bit crazy, sometimes a little bit crazy ... you can go crazy. You see photos and maybe you think not only about fashionable clothes: nobody can see that, but also some parts of the body. How to dress! But still you see the hot parts of the body? Photos like to ... How do you find the lady in picture 1? Isn't she elegant with the big black and white hat on her head? And how do you find the man in picture 2? In his hair he wears a ribbon in the colors of his jacket: red, pink, yellow, white and a little black. He wears no shirt or t-shirt, just jewelry on his chest. His trousers are not as colorful as the jacket, just red, but he has a belt. The belt is yellow. Fashion is a game: one season all skirts are long and pants are wide, and next season the mini-skirt comes back into fashion and pants are very tight. The colors also change: one time pink, yellow and light green is modern and then again black and white or brown, dark red and blue. What is currently in fashion can be seen and bought anywhere. Perhaps you are looking for a coat in purple, but there is no coat in purple, all coats are blue, black, red. The lady in picture 1 wears a large hat on her head. The man in picture 2 has a ribbon in his hair. He wears jewelry on his chest. 55

56 (W) The body parts (4.4.2) What are the body parts called? Hear and read the words. Then repeat the words out loud. (W) What are the parts of the body called? (4.4.3) a) That is the head. b) These are the arms. c) These are the hands. d) This is the chest. e) This is the belly. f) This is the back. g) This is the bottom. h) These are the legs. i) These are the knees. j) These are the feet. 56

57 (H) Who is who? (4.4.4) Mrs. Emilie Mrs. Amalia Mrs. Cäcilie part 5 (W) face, hands and feet (4.5.1) the face, the mouth the ear the ears the eye the hair the hair the tooth the teeth the fingers the Fingers the nose, the toe the toe the neck 57

58 (W) Arm, leg and head (4.5.2) Arm: the hand, the fingers Leg: the foot, the knee, the toes Which parts of the body belong to the arm, which to the leg and which to the head? Head: the ears, the hair, the teeth, the eyes, the nose (H) Who are the bank robbers? (4.5.3) The central bank was attacked yesterday evening. Now the police are looking for the two bank robbers. (W) What can you do with your ears? (4.5.4) speaking, eating, kissing, hearing, seeing, writing, feeling walking, playing football, running 58

59 (G) Big or Small? (4.5.5) is capitalized. Remember: nouns are the words with article (der, die, das, den ...). After the punctuation marks with a point (.:!?) You also write in upper case. And the polite form of address She also has a capital letter at the beginning! When do you write big and when do you write small? This is Ms. Fernandez. She comes from Spain, but now she lives in Munich with her husband, daughter and son. Her mother tongue is Spanish, but she also speaks German very well. Ms. Fernandez is a teacher and works at a language school in Munich. In her free time, she likes to go to the cinema or to concerts. She loves classical music! Ms. Fernandez has long dark brown hair. Her eyes are brown too. In the picture she is wearing a white dress, a red hat and black shoes. Big or small In German, in contrast to other languages, all nouns are written with a capital letter. Not just the names of people, countries, cities, etc., but all nouns (P) Communication: Can you do that? tell what colors the clothes are (4.5.6) You have learned that. Can you still do it? If you'd like to hear someone else say how I like clothes res, click on the appropriate loudspeaker icon. say what I wear and when describe what someone does name colors describe what clothes I wear say what one does not wear on certain occasions name my body parts name the parts of my face 59

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