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1.

Wiederholung
Vervollständige die Lücken
1. Er ________ als Lehrer in der Türkei.
arbeitet ___
2. In Frankreich
_______ spricht man Französisch.
3. ___
Bist du single?
4. Arbeitest du hier? Nein, ich mache ein Praktikum
_________ .
5. habe drei (three) ______
Ich _____ Kinder (children)?
6. verheiratet .
Mein Mann und ich sind _________
geschieden sein
zusammen leben
2. Zahlen
1 eins
2 zwei 11 elf
3 drei 12 zwölf 21 einundzwanzig
4 vier 13 dreizehn 22 zweiundzwanzig 40 vierzig
5 fünf 14 vierzehn 23 dreiundzwanzig 50 fünfzig
6 sechs 15 fünfzehn 24 vierundzwanzig 60 sechzig
7 sieben 16 sechzehn 25 fünfundzwanzig 70 siebzig
8 acht 17 siebzehn 26 sechsundzwanzig 80 achtzig
9 neun 18 achtzehn 27 siebenundzwahzig 90 neunzig
10 zehn 19 neunzehn 28 achtundzwanzig 100 hundert
20 zwanzig 29 neunundzwanzi 1000 eintausend
30 dreißig
1 11 21 31 41 60
2 12 22 32 42 70
3 13 23 33 43 80
4 14 24 34 44 90
5 15 25 35 45 100
6 16 26 36 46 1000
7 17 27 37 47
8 18 28 38 48
9 19 29 39 49
10 20 30 40 50
18
36
75
133
13
92
Wie alt bist du? / Wie alt sind Sie?

Ich bin _____ (Zahl) Jahre alt.

z.B. Ich bin 27 Jahre alt.


3. Schreiben
Steckbrief

Vorname:
Familienname:
Herkunft:
Wohnort:
Beruf:
Alter:
Familienstand:
Kinder:
KAPITEL 3 - FAMILIE
1. Lesen
E.: Wer ist das? Ist das deine Frau?
H.: Nein. Das ist meine Mutter.
E.: Deine Mutter? Das ist nicht deine Mutter.
H.: Doch.
E.: Sie ist nicht sehr alt, hm?
H.: Doch. Sie ist 74.
E.: Ach, wirklich? Sie sieht sehr jung aus.
H.: Das stimmt.
2. Grammatik
Wer ist das?
Das ist ... (Luise/mein Bruder/meine Schwester)

Ist das...?
Ja, das ist ...
Nein, das ist nicht...

Das ist nicht ...., oder?


Doch, das ist ...
Nein, das ist nicht...
Possessivartikel

maskulin feminin Plural


Ich  mein Bruder meine meine Eltern
Schwester
Du  dein Bruder deine deine Eltern
Schwester
„sprechen“ (to speak)
Wir sprechen
Ich spreche
Ihr sprecht
Du sprichst
Sie sprechen
Er/sie spricht
English
1) Review
Definition Expression/Vocabulary

a person with high responsibility in a = executive


business

many different things = diverse

productivity
effectiveness =
scheme
a systematic plan =
2) Grammar
Types of –ing ending in English
1) Gerund
= verb used as if it were a noun
- cannot be qualified by adjective
- no article
- can be combined with adverb
2) Verbal noun
= noun formed from a verb, some of them end in –ing
- can be qualified by adjectives
3) Participle
= adjective or part of participial phrase
- qualifies noun or pronoun
- also used in present/past progressive
Examples
1) Gerund
- Seeing is believing
- Living cheaply in New York is quite possible.
2) Verbal noun
- The book was easy reading!
- He managed to make a good living.
3) Participle
- Smiling, the lady told them the‘d won the big prize.
- I heard them arguing last night.
- I‘m taking my brother to the doctor today.
- The man was phoning his friend, when the lights went out.
Examples
1) Gerund 1) Reading that book was very interesting.
• the gerund can be 2) Drinking is important.

- the subject (1-3) 3) Taking the bus was a good idea.

- object (4,5) of a sentence 4) I really like driving a car.

- follow prepositions (6,7) 5) This article really needs completely rewriting.

- used when there are two verbs 6) He drove two hundred miles without

in a row stopping.
7) I look forward to seeing you again next week.
8) Will you consider taking the job?
Examples
2) Verbal noun
• Most common ways of creating a noun from a verb: add
- ment (e.g. achievement)
- ance (e.g. disappearance)
- ion (e.g. confirmation)
- ing (e.g. the changing of the guard)
to the end
• can be combined with articles, adjectives, quantifier..

1) That is a very nice painting.


2) After a slow beginning, the show got a bit more lively.
3) Out last meeting was not very productive.
Examples
3) Participle
• are adjectives, can stand alone, before or after the noun
• often used to shorten a sentence (1)

1) Looking out of the window, I saw the tornado coming. (=As I was
looking...)
2) The people living next door are very friendly.
3) At the moment he‘s living in London.
Areas of confusion

1) For musicians, practising is essential.


2) For musicians, practising an instrument is essential.
3) For musicians, regular practising is essential.
4) For musicians, regular practising an instrument is essential.
5) For musicians, regularly practising an instrument is essential.
6) For musicians, the regular practising of an instrument is essential.
Gerund or verbal noun?
1) You should think before speaking.
2) He spent much time on the copying of his literature lectures.
3) Instead of going home after school, the girls went for a walk.
4) Badly drawing a dog is not acceptable.
5) This bad drawing of a dog is not acceptable for your project,
Gerund or verbal noun?
1) You should think before speaking.
2) He spent much time on the copying of his literature lectures.
3) Instead of going home after school, the girls went for a walk.
4) Badly drawing a dog is not acceptable.
5) This bad drawing of a dog is not acceptable for your project,
3) Reading
3) Reading: Questions

• Can you summarize the article in 2-3 sentences?


• What do you think of the idea of lab-grown meat?
• Is lab-grown meat, for which no animals die, good for vegetarians?
• Do you think the lab-grown meat is really real chicken?
• Do you worry about the drugs in our meat and other food?
• Would you buy the lab-grown meat?