Practice using the modal verb “müssen” in this activity. Can you figure out the meaning of the other verbs in this dialogue, too? If you are in my class and want credit, take a screenshot of your score and submit that in the assignment.Read More Was musst du tun?
Drag the correct form of the verb “lesen” (to read) into the appropriate place in the sentences below. If you are in my class and want credit, take a screenshot of your score and submit it in the assignment.Read More Was liest du?
Click on the “cards” to flip them over and try to remember where the matching pairs are located. When you have found the matching pairs, you will get the German word for the leisure activity.Read More Memory game with Freizeit verbs:
This activity helps you practice and learn the German possessive determiners or possessive pronouns in the nominative and accusative cases. In the nominative case, in English, the “possessive determiners” or “possessive pronouns” are my, your, its, his, her/s, our/s, their. Possessive determiners/ pronouns in German: Possessive pronouns in English Possessive pronouns in German my mein […]Read More Possessive Determiners
The following are Kahoot and Google quizzes to practice grammar and vocabulary Auf dem Markt Zur Uni fahren Regular verbs, present tense Links to kahoot! to practice verbs BINGO with Freizeit verbs Click on this link to download and print bingo cards with the verbs for “Freizeit.” These words are part of Chapter 4 in […]Read More Practice and Quizzes
Wer spielt was? — a presentation with questions:Read More Presentations and Exercises
Sometimes, German noun genders actually make sense when they match the biological gender of the noun. Other times the genders are pretty randomly assigned. Only one thing is for sure: every German noun has a grammatical gender, which you should learn just like you learn the plural form (because there is no real logic to […]Read More Gender & articles of nouns
Practice using verbs to describe what’s happening in this video for “Guten Morgen Freiheit” by Yvonne Catterfeld: This listening activity has you matching the lyrics Namika sings in her 2015 hit “Lieblingsmensch” :Read More Songs with interactive activities
Pronouns are words used to replace nouns. They are used in English as well as German. In German, pronouns are called “Pronomen” and nouns are called “Nomen.” Here’s some more info about pronouns in English found on gingersoftware.com: A pronoun is defined as a word or phrase that is used as a substitution for a […]Read More Replacing Noun Phrases with Pronouns