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Deutsch 102 - Stunde 17 [die Stunde = hour]

Note: the evening section will cover the vocab worksheet (from Stunde 16) during Stunde 17, and will cover the "Prepositional Verbs" overhead during Stunde 16!

Outline plan:

  • 5 Minuten sprechen.
  • Overhead: "Was machen wir nach dem Studium mit unserem Leben?"
    • Report results afterwards: Jill wird... John, Jenny & Jamie werden...
  • Overhead: Prepositional verbs on p. 323:
    • Partner: Form (many) sentences with these verbs (quickly)
    • This overhead is included on the list of 101/102/103 overheads/handouts for reference. Practice with it a few minutes each day until you've gotten a "feel" for these verbs!
    • Note: The motion-location distinction only applies to two-way prepositions when they are used in a spatial sense. When they are used metaphorically, i.e. as part of a prepositional verb, you have to memorize which case applies. BUT: for the kinds of verbs we're likely to use, 9 times out of 10 it will be the Accusative (e.g. whenever "über" means "about" and not "over/above," it is always followed by the Accusative). The main exception we'll see in 102 is "Angst haben vor" + Dativ
    • We won't cover "anticipatory da-compunds" in 102, but they'll undoubtedly come up when you use prepositional verbs. Basically: A preposition can only "govern" a noun or pronoun. If the object of the preposition includes a verb, you need an "anticipatory da-compound." Examples:
      • Looking forward to a movie:
        • Ich freue mich auf den Film (object of "auf" is just a noun ==> no need for an anticipatory da-compound)
        • BUT Ich freue mich darauf, den Film zu sehen ["I'm looking forward to it [darauf], to see the movie."]
      • Looking forward to the summer:
        • Ich freue mich auf den Sommer (object of "auf" is just a noun ==> no need for an anticipatory da-compound)
        • BUT Ich freue mich darauf, im Sommer nach Deutschland zu fliegen.
      • Waiting for a bus:
        • Ich warte auf den Bus (object of "auf" is just a noun ==> no need for an anticipatory da-compound)
        • BUT Ich warte darauf, dass der Bus kommt.
  • Freie Kommunikation: Aktivität 50.
  • 10 minutes free time
    • e.g. play the "Back-to-Back" or "Around the World" vocab games described at the end of Stunde 8

 

 



   
 

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