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Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
Pronouns & verbs
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Pronouns & verbs

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  • 1. Pronouns and verb conjugation.<br />An overview<br />
  • 2. Which word is the pronoun in each sentence?<br />Tomorrow I am playing netball.<br />Should we go to the cinema?<br />Where is it?<br />Hurry up you slow people!<br />On Saturday afternoon at 2pm they drove home.<br />It is fantastic that you can come to my party!<br />Why isn’t he swimming on Monday?<br />What are you doing over there?<br />
  • 3. Deutsch und Englisch Pronouns:<br />ich I<br />du you (singular)<br />er/sie/es he/she/it<br />wir we<br />ihr you (plural)<br />sie they<br />Sie you (formal)<br />
  • 4. Verb Conjugation.Where are the verbs in these sentences?<br />Every day I swim in my pool.<br />Where are you running to?<br />What do you think about that?<br />She laughed loudly at the boy who fell over.<br />I have read the book.<br />I play tennis on Saturdays.<br />He plays tennis on Saturdays.<br />
  • 5. What do you notice about the verbs in these sentences?<br />I play tennis on Saturdays.<br />He plays tennis on Saturdays.<br />The VERB ENDING CHANGES depending on the PRONOUN! <br />
  • 6. The same thing happens in German:<br />Ich spiele Basketball.<br />Du machst deine Hausaufgaben.<br />Er schwimmt sehr gut.<br />Wir essen gern Schokolade.<br />Ihr hört viele Musik.<br />Am Montag laufen sie gern.<br />Sie lesen gern die Zeitung.<br />
  • 7. To conjugate a regular verb in German you need :<br />The stem of the verb<br />The regular verb ending<br />What is the stem of a German verb?<br />The verb without the “en” on the end of it.<br />For example: spielen spiel (stem)<br />gewinnen gewinn (stem)<br />schwimmen schwimm (stem)<br />
  • 8. The regular verb endings:<br />
  • 9. Putting it all together<br />Stem of verb + verb ending = correct German!<br />How do you know which ending to use?<br />It depends who is in the sentence...<br />I play Basketball =<br />Ich<br />spiele<br />Basketball.<br />He plays Tennis =<br />Er<br />spielt<br />Tennis.<br />
  • 10. Note:<br />Bob = er (he)<br />Jane = sie (she)<br />Das Auto = es (it)<br />Die Schwestern = sie (they)<br />Meine Freunde und ich = wir (we)<br />(my friends and I)<br />
  • 11. Errinnen die Sätze!<br />(Remember the sentences!)<br />
  • 12. Let’s practise!<br />Ich __________ die Hausarbeit. (machen)<br />Jane __________ gern Tennis. (spielen)<br />Wir ____________ zu Hause. (bleiben)<br />Bob ____________ gern. (laufen)<br />Meine Freunde und ich _________ ins Kino. (gehen)<br />Was __________ du am Samstag? (machen)<br />Meine Eltern __________ gern. (schwimmen)<br />Der Hund __________ mit mir. (gehen)<br />
  • 13. ichhabe<br />du hast<br />er/sie/es hat<br />wirhaben<br />ihrhabt<br />siehaben<br />Sie haben<br />haben – to have<br />I have<br />you have<br />he/she/it has<br />we have<br />you (plural) have<br />they have<br />you (formal) have<br />
  • 14. ich bin<br />du bist<br />er/sie/esist<br />wirsind<br />ihrseid<br />siesind<br />Sie sind<br />sein – to be<br />I am<br />you are<br />he/she/it is<br />we are<br />you (plural) are<br />they are<br />you (formal) are<br />

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