Präsentation zum Thema: "Aufwӓrmung With your neighbor, discuss how you would _______ in German. Greet the principal in the hall Say goodbye to a sibling Ask your teacher how s/he."— Präsentation transkript:
1 AufwӓrmungWith your neighbor, discuss how you would _______ in German.Greet the principal in the hallSay goodbye to a siblingAsk your teacher how s/he is doingAsk your father how he is doingReally annoy Herr Reierstad on your way out of the classroom
2 Alles Gute zum Geburtstag! Heute hat Charlie Sheen Geburtstag!Er ist 48 Jahre alt.Zum Geburtstag viel Glück!Tiger Blut!Für den Sieg!
20 Die Wörter Beispiel Grosseltern Schokoeis Butter Zeit 6. Gemaelde 7. Schmuck 8. Tschuess 9. Vanille 10. Komoedie
21 Lotto! Nehmt bitte ein Lottobrett. Schreibt bitte ein Wort aus der Liste in jedem Viereck!Schnell! Wir haben nicht viel Zeit.
22 Lottowörter Ukraine Anatolia PIE Proto-Germanic Grün Zeit Bridge Indo-EuropeanGeschichteEnglandIcelandicCologneNummerMausVölkerwanderungenGothicDutchLiech.LexicalLinguistsKnechtFamous
23 Deutsch und EnglischI’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: German is closer to English than French and Spanish are.Why is this so? I shall endeavor to enlighten y’all……
24 Startling similarities between English and German Lexical similarities:German EnglishMann manMaus mousesingen singGast guestgrün greenhaben haveVater father
25 A little less obvious lexical similarities German EnglishPfeffer pepperHerz heartliegen lielachen laughHund ‘dog’ houndKnecht ‘servant’ knightWeib ‘woman’ wifeZeit ‘time’ tide (notice ‘eventide’)
26 GeschichteScientists believe that many of the languages of Europe descended from one language called Proto-Indo-European (PIE, as it’s commonly called).There are no written records of this language; linguists have examined similarities in later languages.
27 Proto-GermanicIt 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.”
28 Proto-GermansThe 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.
30 Wandering FolksThey 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.