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Logo 1 retrieval and retention 2017

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Slides to support revision of words learnt in class using the Logo text book. Beginners' German.

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Logo 1 retrieval and retention 2017

  1. 1. Revise effectively for assessments We need to revise: • Words • Sentences LISTENING READING WRITING Learn words and sentences on sheet distributed The following slides will help you to do this in an effective way on your own You need pen and paper to test yourself. Mark your work in green. Unit 1: • Greetings • Countries • School bag • Birthdays Unit 2: • School subjects • Timetable • Opinions, favourite subjects • Break-time snack • School uniform Unit 3: • Brothers & sisters • Pets • Physical description • All family members • Character descriptions • Letter - writing Unit 4 start: • Opinions + free time
  2. 2. Guten Tag! (Good day!)
  3. 3. Greetings : German words Guten Tag Hallo! Auf Wiedersehen Tschüss! Note: Capital letter for Tag (a noun) Note: The u has an umlaut: ü Study the words Note: ie for Wiedersehen Capital letter for Wiedersehen
  4. 4. Greetings: Translate words Good Day Hello! Goodbye Bye! Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  5. 5. Greetings: German sentences Wie heißt du? Ich heiße Jack. Und du? Note: ß is a symbol for the double s pronunciation Note: verb ending = ßt Note: ei for heiße and heißt Study the sentences Note: verb ending = ße
  6. 6. Greetings: Translate sentences What are you called? I am called Jack. And you? Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  7. 7. Die Nummern 1-20 (The numbers 1-20)
  8. 8. Numbers: German words eins zwei drei vier fünf sechs sieben acht neun zehn Note: ie Note: ei Study the words elf zwölf dreizehn vierzehn fünfzehn sechzehn siebzehn achtzehn neunzehn zwanzig Note: umlaut Note: ie Note: umlaut Note: no ‘s’ before‘zehn’ Note:no ‘en’ before‘zehn’
  9. 9. Numbers: German words 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
  10. 10. Wo wohnst du? (Where do you live?)
  11. 11. Countries: German words England Wales Holland Irland Schottland Deutschland Study the words Frankreich Österreich Belgien die Schweiz These are the same These end in ‘land’ These end in ‘reich’ Last 2 letters different The only one with ‘die’
  12. 12. Couintries: Translate words Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide England Wales Holland Ireland Scotland Germany France Austria Belgium Switzerland
  13. 13. Countries: German sentences Wo wohnst du? Ich wohne in Dorking. Das ist in England. Note: verb ending = st Study the sentences Note: verb ending = e
  14. 14. Countries: Translate sentences Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide Where do you live? I live in Dorking. That is in England.
  15. 15. Meine Tasche (My bag)
  16. 16. Objects in bag ‚‘the‘: German words der Bleistift der Klebstift der Taschenrechner der Kuli Note: These are masculine ‘der’ = the Note: -ei Note: all nouns begin with a CAPITAL LETTER! Study the words die Kassette die Diskette die Schere das Wörterbuch das Heft das Etui das Buch das Lineal Note: These are feminine ‘die’ = the Note: These are neuter ‘das’ = the
  17. 17. Objects in bag‚‘the‘:Translate words Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide the pencil the glue stick the calculator the pen the cassette the disc the scissors the dictionary the exercise book the pencil case the book the ruler
  18. 18. Objects in bag ‚‘a‘: German words ein Bleistift ein Klebstift ein Taschenrechner ein Kuli Note: These are masculine ‘ein’ = a Note: -ei Note: all nouns begin with a CAPITAL LETTER! Study the words eine Kassette eine Diskette eine Schere ein Wörterbuch ein Heft ein Etui ein Buch ein Lineal Note: These are feminine ‘eine’ = a Note: These are neuter ‘ein’ = a
  19. 19. Objects in bag‚‘a‘:Translate words Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide a pencil a glue stick a calculator a pen a cassette a disc a pair of scissors a dictionary an exercise book a pencil case a book a ruler
  20. 20. Colours: German words blau grau braun ‘au’ sounds Study the words weißgrün Easy! umlaut rot gelb bunt ei
  21. 21. Colours:Translate words Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide blue grey brown whitegreenred yellow multicoloured
  22. 22. Classroom objects: German sentences Der Bleistift ist blau Die Schere ist blau Das Lineal ist blau Study the sentences Ich habe einen Bleistift Ich habe eine Schere Ich habe ein Lineal Ich = subject of verb Bleistift = object of verb For MASCULINE WORDS, the word for ‘a’ changes from ‘ein’ to einen when the word is the OBJECT of the sentence M F N M F N All nouns have CAPITAL LETTERS!
  23. 23. Classroom objects: Translate sentences Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide The pencil is blue The pair of scissors is blue The ruler is blue I have a pencil I have a pair of scissors I have a ruler
  24. 24. Wann hast du Geburtstag? (When is your birthday?
  25. 25. Months: German words April August September November Same Study the words Januar Februar Juni Juli Mai März Oktober Dezember Last letter removed Last letter changed
  26. 26. Months: German words Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide April August September November January February June July May March October December
  27. 27. Ordinal numbers: German words ersten dritten siebten achten Irregular under 20s Study the words zweiten vierten fünften sechsten neunten zehnten elften zwölften dreizenhten vierzehnten fünfzehnten sechzenten siebzehnten achtzehnten neunzehnten Regular under 20s: add ‘ten’ zwanzigsten einundzwanzigsten zweiundzwanzigsten Dreißigsten einunddreßigsten 20 and over add ‘sten’
  28. 28. Ordinal numbers: German words Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide 1st 3rd 7th 8th 2nd 4th 5th 6th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 30th 31st
  29. 29. Dates: German sentences Wann hast du Geburtstag? Note: the ‘time’ word is immediately after the verb (In English it can be in different positions) Ich habe am ersten Januar Geburtstag Ich habe am zwanzigsten Juli Geburtstag Study the sentences
  30. 30. How often: Translate sentences Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide I have a birthday on 1st January I have a birthday on 21st July
  31. 31. Wie alt bist du? (How old are you?
  32. 32. How old are you: German sentences Wie alt bist du? Ich bin elf Jahre alt Ich bin zwölf Jahre alt Study the sentences CAPITAL LETTER FOR NOUNS umlaut over the o: ö Just as in English, You ARE / I ‘AM’ + age
  33. 33. How old are you: Translate sentences Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide How old are you? I am 11 years old I am 12 years old
  34. 34. Was hast du am Montag? (What do you have on Mondays?)
  35. 35. Subjects : German words Englisch Deutsch Naturwissenschaften Geschichte Französisch Informatik Musik Erdkunde Religion Mathe Sport Kunst Note: Contain sch (shhhhhh) Note:The o has an umlaut: ö Study the words Note: ending = ‘k’
  36. 36. Subjects: Translate words English German Science History French IT Music Geography RS Maths PE Art Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  37. 37. Subjects: German sentences Was hast du am Montag in der ersten Stunde? Am Montag in der ersten Stunde habe ich Mathe Note: verb ending = st Note: the verb is the second idea Study the sentences Note: verb ending = e Time comes first
  38. 38. Subjects: Translate sentences What do you have on Monday? On Monday, in the first lesson, I have maths Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  39. 39. Wie findest du das? (How do you find that?)
  40. 40. Opinions : German words super OK interessant gut nicht gut anstrengend einfach langweilig schwierig Note: Contain sch (for the sound shhhhhhhh) Study the words Note: -ei Note: -ei Note: same as English
  41. 41. Opinions: Translate words super OK interesting good Not good tiring easy boring hard Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  42. 42. Opinions: German sentences Wie findest du Mathe? Ich finde das toll! Note: verb ending = st Study the sentences Note: verb ending = e Was ist dein Lieblingsfach? Mein Lieblingsfach ist Kunst Note: -ei
  43. 43. Opinions: Translate sentences How do you find Maths? I find it great! Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide What is your favourite subject? My favourite subject is art
  44. 44. Wie spät ist es? (What time is it?
  45. 45. Time : German sentences Wie spät ist es? Es ist zwei Uhr Es ist zwei Uhr fünf Es ist viertel vor zwei Es ist viertel nach zwei Es ist halb drei Wann beginnt Englisch am Montag? Um ein Uhr Study the sentences Note: -ie Note: umlaut on the a = ä Note: Capital letter for nouns
  46. 46. Time: Translate sentences How late is it? (What time is it?) It is 2 o’clock It is 2.05 It is a quarter to 2 It is a quarter past 2 It is half past 2 When does English begin on Monday? At one o’clock Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  47. 47. Was isst du in der Pause? (What do you eat at break?)
  48. 48. Food: German sentences Was isst du in der Pause? Ich esse einen Apfel Ich esse eine Banane Ich esse eine Orange Ich esse ein Butterbrot Ich esse ein Stück Kuchen Ich esse Schokolade Ich esse Chips Ich esse Kekse Ich esse nichts Study the sentences Note: einEN (masculine accusative / object) Note: einE (feminine accusative / object) Note: ein (neuter accusative / object) Note:Contains sch (for the sound shhhhhhhh)
  49. 49. Food: Translate sentences What do you eat in the break? I eat an apple I eat a banana I eat an orange I eat a sandwich I eat a piece of cake I eat chocolate I eat crisps I eat biscuits I eat nothing Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  50. 50. Drink: German sentences Was trinkst du in der Pause? Ich trinke einen Orangensaft Ich trinke eine Cola Ich trinke nichts Study the sentences Note: einEN (masculine accusative/object) Note: einE (feminine accusative / object) Note: verb ending = st Note: verb ending = e
  51. 51. Drink: Translate sentences What do you drink in the break? I drink an orange juice I drink a cola I drink nothing Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  52. 52. Was trägst du zur Schule? (What do you wear to school?)
  53. 53. Clothes: German words ein Pullover der Pullover Masculine Study the words eine Hose die Hose eine Jacke die Jacke eine Jeans die Jeans ein Hemd das Hemd ein T-Shirt das T-Shirt ein Sweatshirt das Sweatshirt Schuhe die Schuhe Sportschuhe die Sportschuhe Feminine Neuter Plural
  54. 54. Clothes: translate words a jumper the jumper a pair of trousers the pair of trousers a jacket the jacket a pair of jeans the pair of jeans a shirt the shirt a T-Shirt the T-Shirt a Sweat shirt the Sweat shirt shoes the shoes trainers the trainers Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  55. 55. Clothes: German sentences Was trägst du zur Schule?? Ich trage einen Pullover Der Pullover ist blau. Ich trage eine Hose. Die Hose ist schwarz. Ich trage ein Hemd. Das Hemd ist weiß Ich trage Schuhe Die Schuhe sind schwarz. Note: verb ending = st Study the sentences Note: verb ending = e Note: umlaut on the ‘du’ form Note: no umlaut on the ‘ich’ form When ‘a’ is the object of the verb, it changes from ‘ein’ to ‘einen’ for masculine words
  56. 56. Clothes: translate sentences What do you wear to school? I wear a jumper. The jumper is blue. I wear a pair of trousers. The pair of trousers is black I wear a shirt The shirt is white I wear shoes The shoes are black Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  57. 57. Hast du Geschwister? (Do you have brothers and sisters?)
  58. 58. Family members: German words Ein Bruder Zwei Brüder Study the words Eine Schwester Zwei Schwestern Geschwister Keine Geschwister Some plurals formed by adding an umlaut to a vowel Some plurals formed by adding an ‘n’ to the end of the word
  59. 59. Family members: German words A brother Two brothers A sister Two sisters Brothers and sisters No brothers and sisters Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  60. 60. Family members: German sentences Hast du Geschwister? Nein, ich habe keine Geschwister Ja, ich habe eine Schwester Ja, ich habe zwei Schwestern Ja, ich habe einen Bruder Ja, ich habe zwei Brüder Study the sentences When ‘a’ is the object of the verb, it changes from ‘ein’ to ‘einen’ for masculine words Add a ‘k’ to the article to make it negative
  61. 61. Family members: German sentences Have you brothers and sisters No, I have no brothers and sisters Yes I have a sister Yes, I have two sisters Yes, I have a brother Yes, I have two brothers Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  62. 62. Questions: German words Wer? Wann? Wie? Wie viele? Was? Wo? Study the words Don’t confuse wer with wo! Don’t confuse wo with wer!
  63. 63. Questions: Translate words Who? When? How? How many? What? Where? Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  64. 64. Asking and answering questions: German sentences Wie alt ist Annika? Sie ist elf Jahre alt. Wer ist vierzehn Jahre alt? Florian ist vierzehn Jahre alt. Wie viele Schwestern hat Natascha? Sie hat zwei Schwestern Wie heißt Annikas Bruder? Er heißt Florian Wo wohnt Heike? Sie wohnt in Zell am See Study the sentences To ask about a name, this is expressed as ‘how’ is he called? Do not confuse ‘wer’ with ‘wo’! Do not confuse ‘wo’ with ‘wer’! No need for an apostrophe to express possession!
  65. 65. Asking and answering questions: Translate sentences How old is Annika? She is eleven years old Who is fourteen years old?? Florian is fourteen years old How many sisters does Natasha have? She has two sisters What is Annika’s brother called? He is called Florian Where does Heike live? She lives in Zell am See Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  66. 66. Hast du Haustiere? (Do you have pets?)
  67. 67. Pets: German words ein Hund ein Goldfisch ein Vogel ein Wassermolch Study the words eine Katze eine Schlange eine Maus ein Pferd ein Kaninchen ein Meerschweinchen Haustiere Keine Haustiere
  68. 68. Pets: German words A dog A goldfish A bird A newt A cat A snake A mouse A horse A rabbit A guinea pig Pets No pets Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  69. 69. Pets: German sentences Hast du Haustiere? Nein, ich habe keine Haustiere Ja, ich habe eine Katze Ja, ich habe ein Kaninchen Ja, ich habe einen Hund Study the sentences When ‘a’ is the object of the verb, it changes from ‘ein’ to ‘einen’ for masculine words Add a ‘k’ to the article to make it negative
  70. 70. Pets: translate sentences Do you have any pets? No, I have no pets Yes, I have a cat Yes, I have a rabbit Yes, I have a dog Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  71. 71. Plural Pets (1) : German words ein Hund, zwei Hunde ein Goldfisch, zwei Goldfische ein Pferd, zwei Pferde Study the words ein Vogel, zwei Vögel eine Maus, zwei Mäuse ein Kaninchen, zwei Kaninchen Ein Meerschweinchen,zwei Meerschweinchen eine Katze, zwei Katzen Eine Schlange, zwei Schlangen Some plurals formed by adding an umlaut to a vowel and sometimes also an ‘e at the end Some plurals formed by adding an ‘n’ to the end of the word Some plurals formed by adding ‘e’ to the end of the word Some words are the same in singular and plural
  72. 72. Plural Pets (1) : Translate words A dog, two dogs A goldfish, two goldfish A horse, two horses A bird, two birds A mouse, two mice A rabbit, two rabbits A guinea pig, two guinea pigs A cat, two cats A snake, two snakes Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  73. 73. Plural Pets (2) : German words ein Wellensittich, zwei Wellensittiche Study the words ein Frosch, zwei Frösche Ein Hamster, zwei Hamster Ein Igel, zwei Igel eine Spinne, zwei Spinnen eine Schildkröte, zwei Schildkröten Some plurals formed by adding an umlaut to a vowel and sometimes also an ‘e at the end Some plurals formed by adding an ‘n’ to the end of the word Some plurals formed by adding ‘e’ to the end of the word Some words are the same in singular and plural
  74. 74. Plural Pets (2) : German words a budgerigar, two budgerigars, a frog, two frogs a hamster, two hamsters a hedgehog, two hedgehogs a spider, two spiders a tortoise, two tortoises Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  75. 75. Opinions of Pets: German sentences Wie findest du Mäuse? Ich finde Mäuse OK! Study the sentences
  76. 76. Opinions of Pets: translate sentences How do you find mice? I find mice OK! Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  77. 77. Wie siehst du aus? (What do you look like?)
  78. 78. Describing people: German words lange Haare mittellange Haare kurze Haare braune Haare schwarze Haare blonde Haare glatte Haare lockige Haare Study the words blaue Augen grüne Augen groß mittelgroß klein sehr ziemlich dick schlank When an adjective comes BEFORE a noun [e.g. brown hair], it changes its ending. In these examples, you add an ‘e’.
  79. 79. Describing people: Translate words long hair medium-length hair short hair brown hair black hair blond hair straight hair curly hair blue eyes green eyes tall / big average height short/small very quite fat thin Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  80. 80. Describing people: German sentences Wie sieht Paul aus? Er ist sehr groß. Er hat lange, glatte Haare und braune Augen. Wie sieht Annika aus? Sie ist ziemlich klein. Sie hat kurze, blonde Haare und blaue Augen Wie siehst du aus? Ich bin mittelgroß. Ich habe mittellange, schwarze Haare und grüne Augen Study the sentences
  81. 81. Describing people: Translate sentences What does Paul look like? He is very tall. He has long straight hair and brown eyes. What does Annika look like? She is quite small. She has short, blond hair and blue eyes. What do you look like? I am average height. I have medium-length, black hair and green eyes. Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  82. 82. Wer ist das? (Who is that?)
  83. 83. Asking about family: German words Mein Bruder Dein Bruder Stefans Bruder Sylvias Bruder Study the words Mein Großvater Mein Onkel Mein Cousin No apostrophe to show possession Meine Schwester Deine Schwester Stefans Schwester Sylvias Schwester Meine Großmutter Meine Tante Meine Cousine
  84. 84. Asking about family: Translate words My brother Your brother Stefan's brother Sylvia's brother My grandfather My uncle My cousin (male) Your sister Your sister Stefan's sister Sylvia's sister My grandmother My aunt My cousin (female) Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  85. 85. Bist du kreativ? (Are you creative?)
  86. 86. Asking about characteristics: German words kreativ musikalisch sportlich laut Study the words nett faul schüchtern lustig intelligent Exactly the same as English Close to English
  87. 87. Asking about characteristics: Translate words creative musical sporty loud nice lazy shy fun intelligent Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  88. 88. Asking about characteristics: German sentences Study the sentences Ist er faul? Ja, er ist faul. Nein, er ist nicht faul. Ist sie faul? Ja, sie ist faul. Nein, sie ist nicht faul. To ask a question: Verb + Subject + Rest of sentence Bist du faul? Ja, ich bin faul. Nein, ich bin nicht faul.
  89. 89. Asking about characteristics: Translate sentences Is he lazy? Yes, he is lazy. No, he is not lazy. Is she lazy? Yes, she is lazy. No, she is not lazy. Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide Are you lazy? Yes, I am lazy. No, I am not lazy.
  90. 90. Schreibst du Briefe? (Do you write letters?)
  91. 91. Writing letters: German sentences vielen Dank für deinen Brief Study the sentences Dorking, den 11. April Liebe Kirsty Lieber David Feminine, add ‘e’ to preceding adjective Masculine, add ‘er’ to preceding adjective Schreib bald wieder Deine Anna Dein Mark Feminine, add ‘e’ to ‘dein’
  92. 92. Writing letters: Translate sentences Many thanks for your letter Dorking, 11th April Dear Kirsty Dear David Write again soon Yours, Anna Yours, Mark Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  93. 93. Magst du Sport? (Do you like sport?)
  94. 94. Sport likes and dislikes: German words Tennis Basketball Rugby Hockey Study the words Same as in English Fußball Leichtathletik Tanzen Schwimmen Radfahren Angeln Rollschuhlaufen
  95. 95. Sport likes and dislikes: German words Tennis Basketball Rugby Hockey Football Athletics Dancing Swimming Bicycling Fishing Roller skating Can you translate these words into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  96. 96. Sport likes and dislikes: German sentences Magst du Tanzen? Ja. Ich mag Tanzen. Ja. Das mag ich. Nein. Tanzen mag ich nicht. Nein. Das mag ich nicht. Study the sentences Wie findest du Tanzen? Ich finde Tanzen gut. Das finde ich gut. Note: The verb [mag/finde] is the SECOND idea in the sentence Note: ‘st’ on the end of the ‘du’ form, of the verb Note: ‘ich’ form of this verb (mag) is special. It does NOT end in ‘e’!
  97. 97. Sport likes and dislikes: German sentences Do you like dancing? Yes. I like dancing. Yes. I like that. No. I don‘t like dancing. No. I don‘t like that. How do you find dancing? I find dancing good. I find that good Can you translate these sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide
  98. 98. Extras: Words! Study the words and sentences und aber auch dann Ich habe einen Bruder und eine Schwester Ich habe einen Bruder und ich habe auch eine Schwester Ich habe einen Bruder aber ich habe keine Haustiere Ich habe Englisch, dann habe ich Musik
  99. 99. Extras: Words! and but also then I have a brother and a sister I have a brother and I have a sister also I have a brother but I have no pets I have English then I have music Can you translate these words and sentences into German? Write them down, then flip back to see answers on previous slide

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