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Guten Tag! Dienstag den 18.11. Aufgabe bis Mittwoch den 19.11. LB 4.4 A-C GR 4.4 (if not done)

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1 Guten Tag! Dienstag den Aufgabe bis Mittwoch den LB 4.4 A-C GR 4.4 (if not done)

2 Tense Review I am sleeping. Are you sleeping? There are four drinks here. Are there 33 churches in Holland?

3 Separable Verbs weggehen stattfinden ausschlafen einladen

4 Separable Verbs I’m inviting my friends.

5 Separable Verbs The concert is taking place tomorrow.

6 Separable Verbs They are riding bikes on Monday.

7 Separable Verbs She goes out with friends on Saturdays.

8 Separable Verbs He sleeps in late on Thursdays.

9 Modals with other verbs Only the modal conjugates Other verb at the end Separable verbs do not separate!

10 Modals with other verbs I should drink water. She would like to eat a salad. They must wear winter coats.

11 Using Modals with Verbs He should wear a hat.

12 Using Modals with Verbs We are permitted to drink beer.

13 Using Modals with Verbs I would like to celebrate my birthday.

14 Questions with Modals How do we ask, in English, whether someone (would like to, should, want to, like to, can, may, or must)... eat cake?

15 Using Modals with Verbs Do you (informal) want to celebrate your birthday?

16 Using Modals with Verbs Are you (formal) allowed to celebrate your birthday?

17 Using Modals with Verbs Do you (informal) have to celebrate your birthday?

18 Using Modals with Separable Verbs Subject conjugated modal everything else separable verb (as one word)

19 Using Modals with Separable Verbs The party must take place tomorrow.

20 Using Modals with Separable Verbs I can invite my friends.

21 Using Modals with Separable Verbs They are allowed to go out in the evening.

22 Using Modals with Separable Verbs Do you want to sleep in late tomorrow?

23 Was für eine Party? die Abschlussfeier die Feier die Ferien das Fest die Fete die Hochzeit

24 Was für eine Party?

25 Some party-describing words anstrengend blöd einfach heftig schrecklich wichtig

26 Die Feier ist... / Das Fest ist... important intense simple strenuous stupid terrible

27 Es gibt eine... Feier / ein... Fest important intense simple strenuous stupid terrible

28 Invitations Verb: einladen (sep!) Noun: die Einladung 4.1A

29 Guten Tag! Montag den Hausaufgabe für Dienstag IA 5.1 and printout LB 5.1A-D

30 Adjective Endings Nominative Case (Subject of sentence, or Das ist….) When the definite article is present: d__ gut__ Mann d__ gut__ Fraud__ gut__ Leute d__ gut__ Kind Patterns: singularplural

31 Adjective Endings Nominative Case (Subject of sentence, or Das ist….) When the definite article is present: der gute Mann die gute Fraudie guten Leute das gute Kind Patterns: singularplural

32 Adjective Endings Nominative Case (Subject of sentence, or Das ist….) When an ein-word is present: ein__ gut__ Mann ein__ gut__ Fraukein__ gut__ Leute ein__ gut__ Kind Patterns: singularplural

33 Adjective Endings Nominative Case (Subject of sentence, or Das ist….) When an ein-word is present: ein guter Mann eine gute Fraukeine guten Leute ein gutes Kind Patterns: singularplural

34 Adjective Endings Nominative Case (Subject of sentence, or Das ist….) When no article is present (usually collectives): gut__ Wein gut__ Limonadegut__ Schnäpse gut__ Bier Patterns: all

35 Adjective Endings Nominative Case (Subject of sentence, or Das ist….) When no article is present (usually collectives): guter Wein gute Limonadegute Schnäpse gutes Bier Patterns: all

36 Adjective Endings, Accusative (Direct Object of sentence: es gibt... / ich sehe... / ich lese... When the definite article is present: de__ gut__ Mann die gute Fraudie guten Leute das gute Kind Patterns: singularplural

37 Adjective Endings, Accusative (Direct Object of sentence: es gibt... / ich sehe... / ich lese... When the definite article is present: den guten Mann die gute Fraudie guten Leute das gute Kind Patterns: singularplural

38 Adjective Endings, Accusative (Direct Object of sentence: es gibt... / ich sehe... / ich lese... When an ein-word is present: ein__ gut__ Mann eine gute Fraukeine guten Leute ein gutes Kind Patterns: singularplural

39 Adjective Endings, Accusative (Direct Object of sentence: es gibt... / ich sehe... / ich lese... When an ein-word is present: einen guten Mann eine gute Fraukeine guten Leute ein gutes Kind Patterns: singularplural

40 When no article is present (usually collectives): gut__ Wein gute Limonadegute Schnäpse gutes Bier Patterns: all Adjective Endings, Accusative (Direct Object of sentence: es gibt... / ich sehe... / ich lese...

41 When no article is present (usually collectives): guten Wein gute Limonadegute Schnäpse gutes Bier Patterns: all Adjective Endings, Accusative (Direct Object of sentence: es gibt... / ich sehe... / ich lese...

42 Dative

43 ausmit außernach beiseit gegenübervon zu

44 Test!

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