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Français 1 Chabot In March 2015 Français 1- Unité 4--full unit exam review 61 terms added by MmeChabot In September 2014 French numbers 13, 14, 15, 16, 20-69 26 terms 9 Cool German Grammar Lessons Learned from Listening to Chima It’s pretty much impossible to go one day without hearing music. It’s everywhere: playing in shops, blasting out as someone’s ringtone or booming from a tricked-out car. It gets us psyched for adrenaline-filled action scenes in movies, and it melts our hearts as our favorite television characters confess their undying love for one another. But what if you could use music to help you learn German? 50 French Expressions and Slang to Sound Fluent MORE French Expressions & Slang Need more French expressions and slang to sound more fluent? These useful French expressions, words and slang are probably skipped in French class. We compiled a SECOND list of colloquial words you’ll hear in France.
Correct Use of German Prepositions There are several ways to express to in German. That means to is not always translated as zu, but can be translated as in, auf, an, nach, zu. Native speakers differentiate exactly where they go and express it with a different preposition. Luckily there are some rules, which are not too hard to remember. Use of Preposition Connected to the Place Questions in an Envelope Here's another activity/technique I got from the World Language Academy I attended this summer! I already used it with my combined German 3/4 class and it worked out really well! Check out Slide 152 from the Power Point Presentation. If you're doing a communicative activity with partners or small groups, Questions in an Envelope is a way for you to help scaffold the activity for students who need a bit of extra help.