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  • 1. Tee oder Kaffee? FLAW German Lesson 2
    • Learning aims:
    • determiners,
    • asking a guest if they would like a drink
  • 2. Tee oder Kaffee? Möchten Sie einen Kaffee/ Tee? eine Cola? Nein danke! Ich habe keinen Durst Ja, bitte Ja, gerne
  • 3. Möchten Sie etwas trinken? Was möchten Sie trinken?
    • Ich möchte einen Kaffee
    • nehme eine Tasse Tee
    • trinke ein Mineralwasser
  • 4. Wie trinken Sie den Kaffee / Tee ? mit Milch und Zucker / mit Zitrone?
    • Mit Milch, aber ohne Zucker / Schwarz
  • 5. So, hier ist der Kaffee / der Tee das Mineralwasser möchten Sie auch Kekse?
  • 6. Language study
    • A noun is usually proceeded by a definite article, der / die / das , an indefinite or negative article (k)ein , (k)eine , or some other determiner eg dieser / diese / dieses , which indicates its role in the sentence.
    • The form of the determiner varies according to the gender ( masculine / feminine / neuter ), number (singular/plural) and case (nominative/accusative/dative/genitive) of the following noun.
  • 7. What is a determiner?
    • Determiners are function words that come before a noun and any adjectives associated with the noun. They include the definite articles der / die / das (the); the indefinite articles ein / e (a/an); the demonstratives dieser / diese / dieses (this); the possessives mein / e , dein / e etc (my, yours, etc). In German the ending of the determiner must agree with the gender, number (singular or plural) and case of the noun it precedes. The determiner thus acts as a marker, helping to show the function of the noun in the sentence.
  • 8. Tee oder Kaffee?
    • Listening p12. Are 1-4 Richtig oder Falsch?
  • 9. Tee oder Kaffee?
    • Using page 12 of the textbook to help you, create a conversation to welcome a guest to your company. Practice your conversation with a partner.
    • Record the conversation onto a cassette.