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Test 5

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Test 5 FLGR 1010 - 005

Victoria Boyle
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Elementary German I
Jonathan Parley Green
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This 6 page Study Guide was uploaded by Victoria Boyle on Saturday November 7, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to FLGR 1010 - 005 at Auburn University taught by Jonathan Parley Green in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see Elementary German I in German at Auburn University.

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Date Created: 11/07/15
German Study Guide 5 Time Informal time uses the 12 hour clock. Es ist eins. It is one. Also uses shortcuts such as Viertel (quarter) and halb (half) Es ist Viertel vor elf. It is a quarter until one. Formal time uses the 24 hour clock Es ist ein Uhr. It is one o’clock. Is exact, to the minute. Es ist zehn Uhr fünfundvierzig. It is ten forty-five. vor: before nach: after von: from bis: until Wie viel Uhr ist es? What time is it? Wie spat ist es? What time is it? um, im, am um: Clock um sechs Uhr at 6 o’clock im: Months and seasons im Zommer in summer am: Days of the week and times during the day am Abend in the evening Possessive articles ich mein/e du dein/e; Sie Ihr/e er sein/e sie ihr/e es sein/e wir unser/e ihr euer/eure; Sie Ihr/e sie ihr/e Use nominative/ accusative endings Ich sehe meinen Bruder. I see my brother. Er sieht seine Schwester. He sees his sister Anna, brauchst du dein Buch? Anna, do you need your book? Family Mein Freund my boyfriend Meine Freudin my girlfriend Ein Freund von mir one of my friends (non-romantic) die Kusine female cousin der Vetter male cousin die Scwester, Schwestern sister(s) der Bruder, Brüder brother(s) die Tante, Tanten aunt(s) der Onkel, Onkel uncle(s) der Vater, Väter father(s) die Mutter, Mütter mother(s) der Großvater, Grosväter grandfather(s) die Großmutter, Großmütter grandmother(s) der Mann husband die Frau wife der Sohn, Söhne son(s) die Tochter, Töchter daughter(s) die Geschwister siblings die Cousins cousins der Urgroßvater great-grandfather der Enkel, Enkel grandson(s) die Enkelin, Enkelinnen granddaughter(s) der Neffe, Neffen nephew(s) die Nichte, Nichten niece(s) der Schwager, Schwäger son-in-law(s) die Schwagerin, Schwägerinnen daughter-in-law(s) das Baby baby Zwillinge twins Wie viele Gescwistern hast du? How many siblings do you have? Ich habe einen Bruder. I have one brother. Asking for freetime Möchtest du heute Abend ins Kino gehen? Do you want to go to the movies this evening? Hast du heute Abend Zeit? Do you have time this evening? Was können wir morgen machen? What can we do tomorrow? Was musst du morgen machen? What do you have to do tomorrow? Tut mir leid Sorry Wie schade too bad Verbs wollen (will): to want to (irr.) ich will du willst; Sie wollen er,sie,es will wir wollen ihr wollt; Sie wollen sie wollen müssen (muss): to have to (irr.) ich muss du musst; Sie müssen er/sie/es muss wir müssen ihr müsst; Sie müssen sie müssen können (kann): the ability to (irr.) ich kann du kannst; Sie können er/sie/es kann wir können ihr könnt; Sie können sie können Questions Use possessive articles to fill in 1-5. 1. Brett braucht _____ Handy. 2. Nick braucht _____ Foto. 3. Wir brauchen _____ Fahrräder. 4. Sarah, brauchst du ______ Bücher? 5. Christie! ______ Hund ist cool! Use above family tree to answer 6-12 6. Tom ist Hannah’s _______. 7. Sam ist Rachel’s _______. 8. Maria ist Paul’s _______. 9. Julie ist John’s _______. 10. Lydia ist Rachel’s _______. 11. Hannah ist Lydia’s ______. 12. Julie ist Tom’s ______. Fill in the conjugated model verb that best fits for 13-20 13. Ich _____ bis 15 Uhr arbeiten. 14. ______ du ins Kino gehen? 15. Wir ______ ins Café gehen. Kommst du mit? 16. Die Kinder ______ auch helfen. 17. ______ du am Dienstag arbeiten? 18. Frau Smith, ______ Sie hier unterscrieben? 19. Tut mir leid, ich _____ nicht gehen. 20. Anna _____ am Montag gehen. Answers 1. Sein 2. Sein 3. Unsere 4. Deine 5. Dein 6. Bruder 7. Mann 8. Großmutter 9. Tochter 10. Nichte 11. Kusine 12. Tante 13. Muss 14. Willst 15. wollen 16. Können 17. Muss 18. Können 19. Kann 20. Will


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