Folge 1 – Die Ankunft | Jojo - Staffel 1 | DW.COM | 28.07.2015 Folge 1 – Die Ankunft Endlich ist Jojo aus Brasilien in Köln angekommen. Sie ist sofort von der Stadt und den Leuten begeistert. JOJO: Wow – das ist also Köln am Rhein Rhein (m.) . Kneipe Kneipe, -n (f.) , ein deutsches Brauhaus Brauhaus, Brauhäuser (n.) ... die Autos, die Straßen, alles so sauber und ordentlich … die Leute, alle so nett hier. REZA: 'Tschuldigung! JOJO: Na ja, ich hoffe nur, meine neuen Vermieter Vermieter, -/Vermieterin, -nen jemand, der andere gegen Bezahlung in seiner Wohnung oder seinem Haus wohnen lässt sind netter. wäre weg sein nicht mehr da sein mein Portemonnaie Portemonnaie, -s (n., aus dem Französischen) eine kleine Tasche, in der man Geld aufbewahrt bestimmt weg weg sein nicht mehr da sein MARK: Das kostet extra extra kosten zusätzlich Geld kosten JOJO: Guten Tag, das ist meine erste Taxifahrt in Deutschland. MARK: Na dann, bitte! Wo soll's denn hingehen Wo soll's denn hingehen? JOJO: Können Sie vielleicht auch ein Foto von mir machen? MARK: Hallo? Rhein (m
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» Teaching English through songs in the digital age – #ELTchat summary 12/01/2011 This absolutely fantastic summary was contributed by Vicky Saumell on her blog in 4 consective posts which I have merged into one single post. As Viky herself remarks below in her post, it is an amazing collection of resources all shared by you, #ELTchatters! What a fantastic resource this has turned into! And thanks to Vicky for an outstanding job!!! 1. In case you didn´t know, I´m an avid tweeter, especially for Professional Development and networking with colleagues all over the world. Yesterday, #ELTchat was about Teaching English through songs: activities, resources and benefits of using songs for teaching. 13 readings and resources,68 ideas for using songs,50 example songs with links,11 music-related web 2.0 tools All this information, which I have tried to digest for easier consumption, is too long to be posted in one blog post so I have divided it into 4 parts: 1. Some readers´suggestions that are worth sharing 2. Why use songs? Possible tasks 3. Specific songs and their uses 4.