Saying what things are (Part 1/2)

In this lesson we learn how to say what things are. Our lesson focuses on nouns and their gender and when to use capital letters.

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Worksheet

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Quiz:

Saying what things are 1/2

Plenary quiz. Answer the questions based on what you have learnt in today's lesson.

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Q1.In German there are three words for...

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Q2.Which one of these is not a word for "the" in German?

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Q3.Every noun in German has a ...

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Q4.Every noun in German also has a ...

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Q5.The genders in German are ...

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Q6.da

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Q7.hier

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Q8.wo?

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Q9.oder

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Q10.was?

10/10

Quiz:

Saying what things are 1/2

Plenary quiz. Answer the questions based on what you have learnt in today's lesson.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Q1.In German there are three words for...

1/10

Q2.Which one of these is not a word for "the" in German?

2/10

Q3.Every noun in German has a ...

3/10

Q4.Every noun in German also has a ...

4/10

Q5.The genders in German are ...

5/10

Q6.da

6/10

Q7.hier

7/10

Q8.wo?

8/10

Q9.oder

9/10

Q10.was?

10/10

Lesson summary: Saying what things are (Part 1/2)

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