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Kapitel 11 notes GER 201

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Intermediate German I
Yuna Shin
jobs, lebenslauf, relative pronouns, workplace
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Kapitel 11  Dialog and some vocabulary  Frau Reinecke Am liebsten möchte ich ein​eru im kulturellen Bereich. Ich will​hef en C und keine Chefin haben. Ich selbstständ​arbeiten und viel G​erdienen  Beruf profession  Chef: boss  Selbstständi independent(ly)  Verdienen to earn, to deserve    Herr HartwigIch suche einStell​mitGelegenhei​zum Reisen. Ich will Geschäftsreisen um  die Welt machen und vielleicht eines Tages auch bei einer intern​irmaoder im  Ausland arbeiten.   Stell position, job  Gelegenhei: opportunity  Firma firm, company    Herr Bergar Ich interessiere mich für Tiermedizin, aber ich will in keiner Klinik arbeiten.  Vielleicht kann ich Tierarzt auf dem Land werden und viel Zeit im Freien.     Herr Orti Eine feste Stelle mit einem ​ehalt​ist mir wichtig. Eines Tages will ich ein  berühmter koch in einem erstklassigen Restaurant in Berlin sein.   Gehalt: salary  The relative pronoun  A relative clause provides additional information about a person or an object named in the main  clause.   1. Herr Thelen  2. Frau Körner hat gestern mit ihm telefoniert.   “Ihm” is referring to Herr Thelen. When combined, you must replace the personal pronoun with a  relative pronoun and move the verb to the end.   “Das ist Herr Thelen, mit dem Frau Körner gestern telefoniert hat.” (dative)  Note: do not drop the preposition when combining sentences.   More examples...  1. Albert  2. Paula hat ihn gestern kennengelernt..  3. Das ist Albert, den Paula gestern kennegelernt hat.     1. Der Bus ist gelb.   2. Ich warte auf diesen Bus.   3. Der Bus, auf den ich warte, ist gelb.   1. Wo sind die Leute?  2. Ich soll ihnen helfen.  3. Wo sind die Leute, denen ich helfen soll?    Nominativ  Ich wünsche mir einen Jobder Spaß macht.   I want a jothatis fun.  Nominative  Akkusitiv  Wie heißt der junge Mann,den du gestern kennengelernt hast?  Accusative  What is the name of the young man ​hom​  you met yesterday?  Dativ  Sind sie einer von den Menschen,denen ein sicherer Arbeitsplatz wichtig ist?  Dative  Are you one of those people o whom​ job security is important?  Genitiv  Wir sind eine Firma​eren Produkte weltbekannt sind.   Genative  We are a company w​hose ​products are world­renowned.        Masculine  Neuter  Feminine  Plural  Nominative  der  das  die  die  Accusative  den  das  die  die  dem  dem  der  denen  Dative  Genitive  dessen  dessen  deren  deren  Future tense  Werden = to become  Q: Was möchten Sie werden? W ​hat would you like to become?  A: Ich werde Biologie und dann Medizin studieren.     Use “Futur” for probable ​future, not certain future.     (Werden is an irregular verb)  ich werde  wir werden  du wirst  ihr werdet  er / sie / es werden  sie werden    Negation  Nicht vs. kein should have been covered already, but here’s a refresher    The placement of nicht in a sentence depends on what element you are negating.   1. When an entire sentence is being negated, it ends the sentence.  “Sie schreibt nicht.”  2. When a specific element in a sentence is being negated, it proceeds the element.  “Mein Hemd ist blau und weiß, aber​icht ro” ​   Nicht proceeds:  ● Predicate adjective  ● Predicate nouns  ● Verbal complements at the end of sentences  ○ Sie schickt den Berunicht a​ (separable prefixes)  ○ Sie will sinicht bewerben​ (infinitives)  ○ Sie hat sicnicht beworben​ (past participles)  Interrogative pronoun  Was für ein…..What kind of a…..  Interrogative pronoun “was für ein___” follows the same rules of nominative, accusative, and  dative for the article “ein”  Was für ein Beruf ist das? (nom)  Was für einen Chef hast du? (acc)  In was für einer Firma arbeitest du? (dat)  It’s important to understand this structure is as acceptable as the following:  Was ist das für ein Beruf?  Was hast du für einen Chef?     


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