GRMN 101 note for week 2

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GRMN 101
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Sociology
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Oct 16, 2023
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GRMN 101 Monday Eine: a, an Familie: Family In: In Deutschland: Gemany Lebt: to be alive Auf: on Land: country Sie: she Hat: has Haus: house Schön: beuatiful Sehr: very Groß: big One grammatical concept : German speakers use a case system (nonminative for the subject, accusative for the direct object and so on) to indicate the function of a particular noun in a sentence. The article or adjective that precedes the noun shows its case. Ex) der, das, die, dem ,den ,des the Ein, eine, einen, einem, einer, eines a, an Blau, blaue, blauer, blaues, blauen, blauem blue Wednesday Lessen: reading Malen: painting Wander: hiking Schach spielen: playing chess Kochen: cooking Fotografie: photography
Schwimmen: swimming Gitarre spielen: Playing Guitar Gartenarbeit: Gardening Radfahren: Cycling Angeln: Fishing Stricken: Knitting Tanzen: Dancing Schreiben: Writing Klavier spielen: Playing Piano Vogelbeobachtung: Birdwatching Zelten: Camping Laufen: Running Laufen One grammatical concept : In German, all nouns are classified grammatically as masculine neuter or feminine. When referring to people, grammatical gender usually matched biological sex. Masculine: der Rock, der Hut Neuter: das Hemd, da Buch Feminine: die Hose, die Jack Friday Neu: new Nicht modern: not morndern Kurz: short, concise Hübsch: pretty Grün: green
sind schmutzig: dirty Rot: red Weiß: white schwarz: black Alt: old Kleid: dress Brille: glasses Stiefel: boot Anzug: suit One grammatical concept: 1 . All German nouns are capitalized whether they ae common nouns or proper nouns. 2. The definite article indicates the grammatical gender of a noun. German has three nominative singular definite articles: der (masculine), das (neuter), and die (feminine). The plural article is die for all genders. All of these definite articles mean the. singular plural masculine der die neuter das die feminine die die Der - er = he, it Das - es = it Die - sie = she, it Die (pl.)- sie = they
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