Kapitel 3 Exam Guide
Kapitel 3 Exam Guide German 1100
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Date Created: 10/09/15
Family Tree Kapitel 3 Exam Guide 0 One example of a family tree Deutsch 1100 GroBmutter GroBvater GroBmutter GFOBEItem GroBvater Eltern On kel Ta nte Vater Mutter Ta nte Kusine Vetter Bruder lch Schwester 0 Most of the vocab is straightforward but here s a list of immediate family members in German 0 0000000000 0 die GroBeltern Grandparents der GroBvater Grandfather die GroBmutter Grandmother die Eltern Parents der Vater Father die Mutter Mother der Bruder Brother die Schwester Sister der Onkel Uncle die Tante Aunt die Kusine Cousin Female der Vetter Cousin Male 0 Some other general family vocab you should know 0 000000000 die Geschwister Siblings das Kind Child der Opa Grandpa die Oma Grandma der Mann Husband die Frau Wife der Schwager Brother in Law die Schwagerin Sister in Law der Neffe Nephew die Nichte Niece o The article of a family member will always take the gender of the family member they re representing 0 Father masculine mother feminine Ordinal Numbers 0 Ordinal numbers are typically associated with dates 0 First second third etc 0 To form an ordinal number in German add the suffix te or ste to the number The only exceptions are first third seventh and eighth Possessive Adjectives o Possessive adjectives indicate ownership 0 Here s two tables one showing singular adjectives and one showing plural adjectives Singular ich mein my du dein your informal Sie hr your formal er sein his its sie ihr her its es es its Plural wir unser our ihr euer your informal Sie hr your formal sie ihr their o The masculine singular possessive is the only one in which the accusative differs from the nominative case 0 The formal possessive adjective hr is capitalized just like the formal personal pronoun Sie o The possessive euer drops the e of the stem when an ending is added 0 euere gt eure o eueren gt euren Personal Pronouns in the Accusative Case ich mich me du dich you informal ersiees ihnsiees himherit wir uns us ihr euch you all sieSie sieSie themyou formal o The pronouns ihn sie and es must match the gender of the noun they re referring to o The interrogative wen whom is the accusative form of wer such as quotwhomquot compared to who Accusative Prepositions o The most common accusative prepositions are durch through across fUr for gegen against around associated with time ohne without um at associated with time o um herum around associated with a place 0 When the preposition um is used to indicate movement around a place the word herum is added after the place in the sentence 00000 0 ch laufe um die Stadt herum 0 Three prepositions can be contracted with the article das o durch das durchs o fUr das furs o um das ums Verbs Werden Wissen and Kennen o The verb Werden to become is an irregular verb o The verbs kennen and wissen both mean to know Wissen means to know facts while kennen means to know a person or thing 0 While kennen is a regular verb wissen has irregular forms
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