Location and direction: where you went, where you were

In this lesson we will look at location and direction: where you went, where you were. We will revisit the (past) perfect tense, ‘in’ and ‘auf’, ‘weil’ and ‘denn’ and learn how to tell the time using ‘to’ and ’past’. We will also revisit SSC [u], [ü] and [y]. We are still on the island of Sylt.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is the correct English translation of 'typisch'?

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Q2.What type of school is a 'Gymnasium'?

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Q3.Which of these words would have the 'y' pronounced in the English way?

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Q4.Was ist 'Sylt'?

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Q5.Which of these words for 'you' would you use in German if you were meaning people in general?

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Q6.What is the correct part of 'haben' for the pronoun 'er'?

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Q7.What is the correct part of 'sein' for the pronoun 'er'?

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Q8.What is the correct part of 'haben' for the pronoun 'wir'?

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Q9.What is the correct part of 'sein' for the pronoun 'ich'?

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Q10.What is the correct past past participle for the verb 'helfen'?

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Q11.What time would you meet your friend if you were told 'um halb zwei'?

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Q12.How do you say half past six in German

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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!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Question 11

Question 12

Q1.What is the correct English translation of 'typisch'?

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Q2.What type of school is a 'Gymnasium'?

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Q3.Which of these words would have the 'y' pronounced in the English way?

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Q4.Was ist 'Sylt'?

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Q5.Which of these words for 'you' would you use in German if you were meaning people in general?

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Q6.What is the correct part of 'haben' for the pronoun 'er'?

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Q7.What is the correct part of 'sein' for the pronoun 'er'?

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Q8.What is the correct part of 'haben' for the pronoun 'wir'?

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Q9.What is the correct part of 'sein' for the pronoun 'ich'?

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Q10.What is the correct past past participle for the verb 'helfen'?

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Q11.What time would you meet your friend if you were told 'um halb zwei'?

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Q12.How do you say half past six in German

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Location and direction: where you went, where you were

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

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Q1.What is the correct English translation of 'typisch'?

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Q2.Which is a correct English meaning of the word 'Karte' ?

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Q3.Which is a correct English meaning of the word 'nach' when used with the time?

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Q4.Was ist 'Sylt'?

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Q5.Which greeting would you use if it was 10.30 in the morning?

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Q6.What is the correct part of 'haben' for the pronoun 'sie' meaning she?

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Q7.What is the correct part of 'sein' for the pronoun 'du'?

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Q8.What is the correct part of 'haben' for the pronoun 'wir'?

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Q9.What is the correct part of 'sein' for the pronoun 'wir'?

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Q10.What is the correct past past participle for the verb 'fahren'?

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Q11.What time would you meet your friend if you were told 'um halb zwei'?

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Q12.What is the correct meaning of 'dreihundertsechsundvierzig?

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Location and direction: where you went, where you were

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

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Question 11

Question 12

Q1.What is the correct English translation of 'typisch'?

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Q2.Which is a correct English meaning of the word 'Karte' ?

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Q3.Which is a correct English meaning of the word 'nach' when used with the time?

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Q4.Was ist 'Sylt'?

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Q5.Which greeting would you use if it was 10.30 in the morning?

5/12

Q6.What is the correct part of 'haben' for the pronoun 'sie' meaning she?

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Q7.What is the correct part of 'sein' for the pronoun 'du'?

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Q8.What is the correct part of 'haben' for the pronoun 'wir'?

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Q9.What is the correct part of 'sein' for the pronoun 'wir'?

9/12

Q10.What is the correct past past participle for the verb 'fahren'?

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Q11.What time would you meet your friend if you were told 'um halb zwei'?

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Q12.What is the correct meaning of 'dreihundertsechsundvierzig?

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