Describing things Saying what something is like

In this lesson, we will learn how to say what someone has and how the definite article changes after the verb 'haben', and we're going to learn how to pronounce the letter 'w' in German.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is 'ich bin'

1/12

Q2.What is ein Ding in English?

2/12

Q3.How might you answer the question 'Wie geht's?

3/12

Q4.What is the opposite of please?

4/12

Q5.What is the German word for yellow ?

5/12

Q6.What is the opposite of 'klein'

6/12

Q7.'How?' in German

7/12

Q8.Which of these words is not a colour?

8/12

Q9.What is the definite article for 'Form'

9/12

Q10.Which word is small?

10/12

Q11.What is 'a human being'?

11/12

Q12.What would you reply to 'wie geht's? if you were having a bad day?

12/12

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is 'ich bin'

1/12

Q2.What is ein Ding in English?

2/12

Q3.How might you answer the question 'Wie geht's?

3/12

Q4.What is the opposite of please?

4/12

Q5.What is the German word for yellow ?

5/12

Q6.What is the opposite of 'klein'

6/12

Q7.'How?' in German

7/12

Q8.Which of these words is not a colour?

8/12

Q9.What is the definite article for 'Form'

9/12

Q10.Which word is small?

10/12

Q11.What is 'a human being'?

11/12

Q12.What would you reply to 'wie geht's? if you were having a bad day?

12/12

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Quiz:

GERy7U1L6 - Saying what something is like.

The following questions will help you improve your recall of the vocabulary from this lesson.

Q1.What is ein Ding in English?

1/12

Q2.How might you answer the question 'Wie geht's?

2/12

Q3.What is 'ich bin'?

3/12

Q4.What is the opposite of please?

4/12

Q5.What is the German word for yellow ?

5/12

Q6.'How?' in German

6/12

Q7.Which of these words is not a colour?

7/12

Q8.What is the opposite of 'klein'

8/12

Q9.What is the definite article for 'Form'

9/12

Q10.Which word is small?

10/12

Q11.What is 'a human being'?

11/12

Q12.What would you reply to 'wie geht's? if you were having a bad day?

12/12

This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

GERy7U1L6 - Saying what something is like.

The following questions will help you improve your recall of the vocabulary from this lesson.

Q1.What is ein Ding in English?

1/12

Q2.How might you answer the question 'Wie geht's?

2/12

Q3.What is 'ich bin'?

3/12

Q4.What is the opposite of please?

4/12

Q5.What is the German word for yellow ?

5/12

Q6.'How?' in German

6/12

Q7.Which of these words is not a colour?

7/12

Q8.What is the opposite of 'klein'

8/12

Q9.What is the definite article for 'Form'

9/12

Q10.Which word is small?

10/12

Q11.What is 'a human being'?

11/12

Q12.What would you reply to 'wie geht's? if you were having a bad day?

12/12

Lesson summary: Describing things Saying what something is like

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