Präsentation zum Thema: "Der Stinger From the German expressions you were given last class, write the following expressions into German: See you later My name is What’s your name?"— Präsentation transkript:
1Der StingerFrom the German expressions you were given last class, write the following expressions into German:See you later My name is What’s your name? How are you? Good/I am doing well Good Day Bye Good morning
2Important Vocabulary for Class abgeben- hand in fällig- due Hausaufgaben- homework Kapitel- Chapter lernen- to learn, memorize Lesen- to read mitbringen- bring to (class) schreiben-write Seite- page Übung- exercise wiederholen- to review
3Goals for Unit One Familiar words and expressions Introducing oneself Asking for personal information: name, age, address, phone #SpellingWorking with numbersAsking what day it isAsking about colorsDescribing things and people
4German and English – not so different You already know some cognates. Some are identical in spelling; some are very similar.ButterLandbraungrünkostenWort – wordbeginnenSchuhtrinkenBruderbringenFamilieWetter
5By comparing groups of cognates, you can see that differences between English and German cognates developed quite systematically.BierKnieSommer - summerSonneOnkelTry to come up with the English equivalents. Notice the vowel relationships:OstenBohnegutklar – clearBuch - bookJahr –Nudelalt -oldSuppekaltjunglangTee - teaSee
6Saying Hello!Adults in German-speaking countries often greet each other with a handshake. When one is first introduced or is in a formal situation, a handshake is expected. Greetings vary depending on the region and the speakers. How is this similar or different in the USA?
7Expressions for greeting Guten Morgen/ Morgen (informal) Guten Tag/ Tag Hallo Grüß Gott (southern Germany, Austria) Grüß dich (informal, southern Germany, Austria) Servus (good acquaintances, S. Germany,Austria) Guten Abend
8Expressions for good-bye Auf Wiedersehen (wieder – again, sehen – to see)Auf Wiederschauen (schauen – to see)TschüssServus (good acquaintances, s. Germany, Austria)Gute Nacht (good night)Bis baldBis dannMach’s gut
9Grüßen Sie Ihren Partner/Partnerin Turn to the person next to you and greet them and say bye to them in at least three different ways
10Der StingerWhat comes to mind when you think of global world in terms of culture, economy, language, politics, etc.
11Asking for information Subject pronouns du and SieWie heißt du? (What is your name?)Wie ist deine Telefonnummer? dein(e)- yourWie heißen Sie? (What is your name?)Wie ist Ihre Adresse? (What is your address?)Wie alt bist du? (How old are you)?
12Du und SieDu is the equivalent of you and is used when addressing a relative, close friend or someone around less than 15 years old. Sie is also you but is more formal and is used with strangers and adults that the person does not know well.
13Übung 14 and 15 Du und SieComplete exercises on pages 20 and 21.
14Du oder Sie? A fifteen-year-old exchange student A six-year-old child Your catYour doctorYour auntA police officerYour friend’s uncleYour friendYour father or motherA teacher
15Du oder Sie? Cousin Pet rabbits Parents Relatives Coach School principalDogDentistBrotherGirlfriend
16Dein and IhrDein and Ihr are the equivalent of your. Dein is used as Du is (more informally) and Ihr is used Sie is (formally). Wie ist deine Adresse? (informal) Wie ist Ihre Adresse? (formal)
17Sagt man du oder Sie?Sie: formal greeting for addressing adults and strangersdu: informal greeting for addressing relatives, friends and young people under approximately 15 years of age
23Das Alphabet (phonetically) page 25 A ah B beh C tseh D deh E eh F eff G geh H hah I ih J jott K kah L ell M emm N en O Oh P peh Q Kuh R err S ess T teh U uh V fau W weh X iks Y üpsilon Z tset Ä äh Ö öh Ü üh ß ess-tset
24Das Alphabet: Wie sagt man...? DVDBMWUSABRBRSVPCDmfF (mit freundlichen Grüßen)ILD (ich liebe dich)WD (wieder da)
25lettersIch – ch Buch – darth vader sound Stuhl – st (makes a sh sound) Handstand But - Lastwagen (truck) Tisch – sch (makes a sh sound) ei makes an i sound, ie makes an eeh habe (the e makes an uhh sound) – to have k makes the kuh sound in German, not c s a the beginning of a word make a z sound (senden)