Präsentation zum Thema: "Aufwӓrmung With your neighbor, discuss how you would _______ in German. 1.Greet the principal in the hall 2.Say goodbye to a sibling 3.Ask your teacher."— Präsentation transkript:
Aufwӓrmung With your neighbor, discuss how you would _______ in German. 1.Greet the principal in the hall 2.Say goodbye to a sibling 3.Ask your teacher how s/he is doing 4.Ask your father how he is doing 5.Really annoy Herr Reierstad on your way out of the classroom
Alles Gute zum Geburtstag! Heute hat Charlie Sheen Geburtstag! Er ist 48 Jahre alt. Zum Geburtstag viel Glück! Tiger Blut! Für den Sieg!
Rüber zum SMART, GELL?
Annoncen: Deutschklub trifft sich am Donnerstag nach der Schule in Raum Ich bringe das Essen und Getrӓnke! Habe ich alle Syllabus Blӓtter bekommen? Bitte einreichen, ja?
About Dutch, Letters, Numbers, and Thin Red Lines Deutsch 1 Herr Reierstad 8.30/9.3.13
Musik? Wo bleibt die Musik, Herr R?
aah bey tsey
dey ey eff
gey haah eeh
yot ka ell
emm enn oh
pey kooh air
ess tey ooh
fow vey iks
Ӓ=ae; ay/eh Ö=oe; eu Ü=ue; ew ß=ss
Heisse Kartoffel Heisse Kartoffel? Was ist DAS?
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Lottowörter Ukraine Anatolia PIE Proto-Germanic Grün Zeit Bridge Indo-European Geschichte England Icelandic Cologne Nummer Maus Völkerwanderungen Gothic Dutch Liech. Lexical Linguists Knecht Famous
Deutsch und Englisch Ive said it before, and Ill say it again: German is closer to English than French and Spanish are. Why is this so? I shall endeavor to enlighten yall……
Startling similarities between English and German Lexical similarities: GermanEnglish Mannman Mausmouse singensing Gastguest grüngreen habenhave Vaterfather
A little less obvious lexical similarities GermanEnglish Pfefferpepper Herzheart liegenlie lachenlaugh Hund doghound Knecht servantknight Weib womanwife Zeit timetide (notice eventide)
Geschichte Scientists believe that many of the languages of Europe descended from one language called Proto-Indo-European (PIE, as its commonly called). There are no written records of this language; linguists have examined similarities in later languages.
Proto-Germanic It is believed that PIE evolved into several different language families, including the Indo-European group. Many language groups in Europe are Indo- European in origin. One such language that existed long ago is called Proto-Germanic.
Proto-Germans The Proto-Germanic culture originally existed in eastern Europe, possibly where you would find the Ukraine today. They eventually moved across Europe, taking their language with them.
Wandering Folks They moved across Europe in several waves called Voelkerwanderungen. (people/folk migrations). They settled in many places, even crossing into England. Over the centuries, the languages spoken in different lands evolved apart from one another. That is why they are similar, yet so different.
Branches of Germanic languages
German, Dutch, and English These 3 languages have a lot in common. Ive noticed that Dutch is sot of a bridge between German and English. Of course, Im sure someone else noticed it first…..
Die Nummer You can see the similarities when you look at the numbers of each language. Theyre different, of course, but quite similar.