Saying what we think about things (Part 2/2)

In this lesson, we will talk about what, when and how, using the present tense in relation to a visit to Vienna in Austria. We will revisit the word order rules 1 and 2 and will practise the sounds of the letter [g].

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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!

Q1.Which word is the odd one out? Think of pronunciation

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Q2.Which is the odd one out? Think of pronunciation!

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Q3.'Englisch fällt ihm schwer'. What is the correct translation of this sentence?

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Q4.Think of the meanings of these sentences. Which is the odd one out.

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Q5.You want to say his nose hurts. Which of these words would you use to fill in the gap. Die Nase tut...... weh.

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Q6.You want to say you are sorry . Which of these words would you use to fill in the gap. 'es tut....... leid'.

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Q7.What is the correct English translation of the word 'verbringen'

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Q8.What is the correct translation for 'Mir gefällt der neue Schüler'.

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Q9.What is the correct translation of 'Er wünscht ihr ‘Frohe Weihnachten!’

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Q10.How do you make this verb in the infinitive into a noun.

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Q11.What gender are all nouns made from an infinitive verb?

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Q12.What is the correct English translation for (das) Schwimmen?

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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.Which word is the odd one out? Think of pronunciation

1/12

Q2.Which is the odd one out? Think of pronunciation!

2/12

Q3.'Englisch fällt ihm schwer'. What is the correct translation of this sentence?

3/12

Q4.Think of the meanings of these sentences. Which is the odd one out.

4/12

Q5.You want to say his nose hurts. Which of these words would you use to fill in the gap. Die Nase tut...... weh.

5/12

Q6.You want to say you are sorry . Which of these words would you use to fill in the gap. 'es tut....... leid'.

6/12

Q7.What is the correct English translation of the word 'verbringen'

7/12

Q8.What is the correct translation for 'Mir gefällt der neue Schüler'.

8/12

Q9.What is the correct translation of 'Er wünscht ihr ‘Frohe Weihnachten!’

9/12

Q10.How do you make this verb in the infinitive into a noun.

10/12

Q11.What gender are all nouns made from an infinitive verb?

11/12

Q12.What is the correct English translation for (das) Schwimmen?

12/12

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Saying what we think about things (Part 2/2)

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

Q1.Which word is the odd one out? Think of pronunciation

1/12

Q2.Which is the odd one out? Think of pronunciation!

2/12

Q3.'Naturwissenschaft' fällt ihm schwer'. What is the correct translation of this sentence?

3/12

Q4.'denken, glauben,..........' Which of the infinitive verbs below has a similar meaning?

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Q5.You want to say your nose hurts. Which of these words would you use to fill in the gap. Die Nase tut...... weh.

5/12

Q6.You want to say you are sorry . Which of these words would you use to fill in the gap. 'es tut....... leid'.

6/12

Q7.What is the correct English translation of the word 'gefallen'

7/12

Q8.What is the correct translation for 'Ihm gefällt der neue Schüler'.

8/12

Q9.What is the correct translation of 'Er wünscht ihr ‘Frohe Weihnachten!’

9/12

Q10.How do you make the verb in the infinitive into a noun.

10/12

Q11.What gender are all nouns made from an infinitive verb?

11/12

Q12.What is the correct English translation for (das) Leben?

12/12

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Quiz:

Saying what we think about things (Part 2/2)

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

Q1.Which word is the odd one out? Think of pronunciation

1/12

Q2.Which is the odd one out? Think of pronunciation!

2/12

Q3.'Naturwissenschaft' fällt ihm schwer'. What is the correct translation of this sentence?

3/12

Q4.'denken, glauben,..........' Which of the infinitive verbs below has a similar meaning?

4/12

Q5.You want to say your nose hurts. Which of these words would you use to fill in the gap. Die Nase tut...... weh.

5/12

Q6.You want to say you are sorry . Which of these words would you use to fill in the gap. 'es tut....... leid'.

6/12

Q7.What is the correct English translation of the word 'gefallen'

7/12

Q8.What is the correct translation for 'Ihm gefällt der neue Schüler'.

8/12

Q9.What is the correct translation of 'Er wünscht ihr ‘Frohe Weihnachten!’

9/12

Q10.How do you make the verb in the infinitive into a noun.

10/12

Q11.What gender are all nouns made from an infinitive verb?

11/12

Q12.What is the correct English translation for (das) Leben?

12/12

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