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1 © Boardworks Ltd of 8 © Boardworks Ltd of 8 This icon indicates that the slide contains activities created in Flash. These activities are not editable. For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation. This icon indicates an activity that involves audio. This icon indicates that teacher’s notes are available in the Notes Page. This icon indicates a useful web address. This icon indicates a corresponding worksheet. Verbs Separable Verbs

2 © Boardworks Ltd of 8 Inhalt Separable Verbs What separable verbs are How to use separable verbs in the present tense Verbs with inseparable prefixes Using separable verbs in the perfect tense © Boardworks Ltd of 8

3 © Boardworks Ltd of 8 Separable and inseparable verbs No, some prefixes can’t be moved. Are all German verbs with prefixes separable?

4 © Boardworks Ltd of 8 Separable and inseparable verbs be–, emp–, ent–, er–, ge–, ver– and zer–. For example: bestellen, empfehlen, versprechen and vergessen. Which ones?

5 © Boardworks Ltd of 8 Separable and inseparable verbs Are there any prefixes that can be separable or inseparable? Yes, just to confuse you, some are variable! For example über–, durch–, um– and unter–. You say ich lese die Bewerbung durch (I’m reading the application through) but ich durchfahre Deutschland (I’m travelling through Germany).

6 © Boardworks Ltd of 8 Separable or inseparable?

7 © Boardworks Ltd of 8 When you use a separable verb in the perfect tense, the prefix goes first, then the ge–, then the normal past participle of the verb. Separable verbs in the perfect tense Ich bin nach Berlin abgefahren. Meine Mutter hat mich von der Schule abgeholt. Ich bin um 15:00 Uhr angekommen. Ich bin nach Berlin abgefahren. Meine Mutter hat mich von der Schule abgeholt. Ich bin um 15:00 Uhr angekommen. Can you make these verbs into past participles? hint: steigen hint: nehmen hint: bringen hint: gehen hint: trocknen hint: rufen umsteigen mitnehmen mitbringen weggehen abtrocknen zurückrufen zurück um mit ab weg gestiegen genommen gebracht gegangen getrocknet gerufen

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