Narrating a story - German definite articles: the words for 'the' (Part 1/2)

In this lesson, we are going to practise telling a story. We are going to revisit the definite articles: the words for ‘the’ and we are going to practise the long and short [u] sound.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Which is the verb in the following sentence: Mia kauft oft Bonbons.

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Q2.Which is the verb in the following sentence: Ich gehe nicht in die Schule.

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Q3.Which is the verb in the following sentence: Wolfgang putzt nie den Boden.

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Q4.Which is the verb in the following sentence: Spielst du manchmal Tennis?

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Q5.Which is the verb in the following sentence: Oma zeichnet oft im Zimmer.

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Q6.Which is the correct form of the verb?

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Q7.Which is the correct form of the verb?

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Q8.Which is the correct form of the verb?

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Q9.Which is the correct form of the verb?

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Q10.Which is the correct form of the verb?

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Q11.Which verb means "to listen to"?

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Q12.Which verb means "to show"?

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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!

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.Which is the verb in the following sentence: Mia kauft oft Bonbons.

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Q2.Which is the verb in the following sentence: Ich gehe nicht in die Schule.

2/12

Q3.Which is the verb in the following sentence: Wolfgang putzt nie den Boden.

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Q4.Which is the verb in the following sentence: Spielst du manchmal Tennis?

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Q5.Which is the verb in the following sentence: Oma zeichnet oft im Zimmer.

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Q6.Which is the correct form of the verb?

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Q7.Which is the correct form of the verb?

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Q8.Which is the correct form of the verb?

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Q9.Which is the correct form of the verb?

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Q10.Which is the correct form of the verb?

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Q11.Which verb means "to listen to"?

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Q12.Which verb means "to show"?

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German definite articles: the words for 'the' [1/2]

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

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Q1.What does 'kommen' mean in English?

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Q2.What is the correct gender for 'Junge'?

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Q3.What is the German word for 'dark'

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Q4.What is the correct gender of 'Tür'

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Q5.How would you translate 'Die Nacht ist dunkel'?

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Q6.What is the opposite of 'das Mädchen'?

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Q7.Which letter is missing in the word 'K_rper'?

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Q8.What is the German word for 'standing'

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Q9.What is the correct gender of 'Mädchen'?

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Q10.What is the German word for 'head'?

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Q11.Wie sagt man 'Vater' auf Englisch?

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Q12.Wie sagt man 'mother' auf Deutsch?

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Quiz:

German definite articles: the words for 'the' [1/2]

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 does 'kommen' mean in English?

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Q2.What is the correct gender for 'Junge'?

2/12

Q3.What is the German word for 'dark'

3/12

Q4.What is the correct gender of 'Tür'

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Q5.How would you translate 'Die Nacht ist dunkel'?

5/12

Q6.What is the opposite of 'das Mädchen'?

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Q7.Which letter is missing in the word 'K_rper'?

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Q8.What is the German word for 'standing'

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Q9.What is the correct gender of 'Mädchen'?

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Q10.What is the German word for 'head'?

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Q11.Wie sagt man 'Vater' auf Englisch?

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Q12.Wie sagt man 'mother' auf Deutsch?

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Lesson summary: Narrating a story - German definite articles: the words for 'the' (Part 1/2)

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