Talking about what you and others have, and what it is like (Part 1/2)

In this lesson, we are going to talk about 'Weihnachten' or Christmas and talk about what you and others have, and what it is like. We will also look at subject pronouns, er, sie and es meaning 'it'. We’re also going to learn how to pronounce the long [ö] and the short [ö] sound in German.

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Talking about what you and others have and what it is like [1/2]

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Q1.What does 'denken' mean in English?

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Q2.What is the correct German for 'now'?

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Q3.What does 'der Gutschein' mean in English?

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Q4.What does 'in Ordnung' mean in English?

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Q5.What is the correct German for 'ugly'?

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Q6.What is the German for 'she'?

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Q7.What is the German for 'he'?

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Q8.What is the German for 'quite'?

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Q9.Which subject pronoun would you use for 'der Gutschein'?

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Q10.Which subject pronoun would you use for 'die Jacke'?

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Q11.Which subject pronoun would you use for 'das Fahrrad'?

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Q12.How do you say 'they are' in German?

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Quiz:

Talking about what you and others have and what it is like [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 'denken' mean in English?

1/12

Q2.What is the correct German for 'now'?

2/12

Q3.What does 'der Gutschein' mean in English?

3/12

Q4.What does 'in Ordnung' mean in English?

4/12

Q5.What is the correct German for 'ugly'?

5/12

Q6.What is the German for 'she'?

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Q7.What is the German for 'he'?

7/12

Q8.What is the German for 'quite'?

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Q9.Which subject pronoun would you use for 'der Gutschein'?

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Q10.Which subject pronoun would you use for 'die Jacke'?

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Q11.Which subject pronoun would you use for 'das Fahrrad'?

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Q12.How do you say 'they are' in German?

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Lesson summary: Talking about what you and others have, and what it is like (Part 1/2)

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