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Kapitel 11 Study Guide

by: Christine Alcanar

Kapitel 11 Study Guide GER004

Christine Alcanar
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Intermediate German
Thuerwaechter S
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Christine Alcanar on Saturday October 8, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to GER004 at University of California Riverside taught by Thuerwaechter S in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Intermediate German in German at University of California Riverside.


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Date Created: 10/08/16
Kapitel 11 Study Guide Passive Voice ✓ The subject of active voice does not have to appear in passive voice ✓ The direct object of active voice becomes the subject in passive voice ✓ The verb in the active voice becomes a past participle with a form of werden as the auxiliary in passive voice Active voice Passive voice Peter holt mich um acht ab. Ich werde um acht abgeholt. -the direct object in active voice (mich) becomes the nominative subject in passive voice (Ich). -the verb of active voice (holt) becomes a past participle with a “werden” auxiliary (abgeholt). A) CONJUGATIONS OF “WERDEN” Present tense Simple Past tense ich werde wir werden ich wurde wir wurden du wirst ihr werdet du wurdest ihr wurdet er/sie/es wird sie werden er/sie/es wurde ihr wurdet Sie werden Sie werden Sie wurden Sie wurden B) PERSONALPRONOUNS Nominative Pronouns Accusative Pronouns Dative Pronouns ich wir mich uns mir uns du ihr dich euch dir euch er/sie/es sie ihn/sie/es sie ihm/ihr/ihm ihnen Sie Sie Sie Sie Ihnen Ihnen C) MENTIONING THEAGENT IN PASSIVE VOICE ✓ Use the preposition von and the dative case to mention the agent in passive voice. Ex: Dieses Buch wurde mir von einem Freund empfohlen. This book was recommended to me by a friend. Past Participles asAdjectives ✓ Past participles are frequently used as adjectives. Before a noun, the past participle takes the same endings as other adjectives. ein frisch gewaschener Pullover a freshly washed sweater ein aufgeräumtes Zimmer a cleaned-up room eine möblierte Wohnung a furnished apartment A) PAST PARTICIPLE FORMATION ✓ Weak verbs: add “ge” to the beginning, then replace the “en” or “n” with a “t” kaufen — gekauft ✓ Strong verbs: add “ge” to the beginning, mind the vowel shift, and keep the regular “en” or “n” infinitive ending. halten — gehalten riechen — gerochen helften — geholfen ✓ Mixed verbs brennen — gebrannt nennen — genannt bringen — gebracht rennen — gerannt denken — gedacht wenden — gewandt kennen — gekannt wissen — gewusst ✓ Verbs with “ieren” endings: get the “t” ending but not the “ge” beginning. diskutieren — diskutiert markieren — markiert existieren — existiert informieren — informiert installieren — installiert fotografieren — fotografiert ✓ Verbs with “ver” “er” be” begininngs A) ADJECTIVE ENDINGS Definite Article Masculine Feminine Neuter Plural Nominative der -e die -e das -e die -en Accusative den -en die -e das -e die -en Dative dem -en der -en dem -en den -en Genitive des -en -s/es der -en des -en -s/es der -en Indefinite Article Masculine Feminine Neuter Plural Nominative ein -er eine -e ein -es — Accusative einen -en eine -e ein -es — Dative einem -en einer -en einem -en — Genitive eines -en -s/es einer -en eines -en -s/es — Non-Preceding Article Masculine Feminine Neuter Plural Nominative -er -e -es — Accusative -en -e -es — Dative -em -er -em -en Special Verb-Preposition Combinations ✓ Memorize which case goes with each verb-preposition combination arbeiten an (+ dative) sich ärgern über (+ accusative) denken an (+ accusative) sich aufregen über (+ accusative) erzählen von sich freuen auf (+ accusative) wissen von sich freuen über (+ accusative) warten auf (+ accusative) sich interessieren für Angst haben vor (+ dative) sich verlieben in (+ accusative) Wo-compounds ✓ The question words wem (dative) and wen (accusative) refer to persons. If a preposition is involved, it precedes the question word. Vor wem hast duAngst? Who are you afraid of? An wen denkst du? Who are you thinking of? ✓ The question word was refers to things or ideas. If a preposition is involved, a wo-compound is used. Wovor hast duAngst? What are you afraid of? Woran denkst du? What are you thinking of? *An “r” is added to wo if the prepostion begins with a vowel: woran, worauf, worüber, etc.


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