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Midterm Review Topics. Perfekt Past Tense:. helping verb + past participle. Ich habe in Michigan gewohnt . Wir sind nach Deutschland geflogen. For change in location , use SEIN as the helping verb. Perfekt Past Tense:. Weak verbs -> ge + t gespielt, gemacht, gehabt, gewohnt….

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Perfekt Past Tense:

helping verb + past participle

Ichhabe in Michigan gewohnt.

Wirsindnach Deutschland geflogen.

For change in location, use SEIN as the helping verb.

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Perfekt Past Tense:

Weak verbs -> ge + t

gespielt, gemacht, gehabt, gewohnt…

Strong verbs -> end in –en, vowel changes often

gegangen, geblieben, gegessen…

**No ge- for verbs that end in –ieren

kopieren=kopiert, diskutieren=diskutiert, probieren=probiert

**No ge- for verbs that begin with be- or ve-

besuchen=besucht, versuchen=versucht

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Märchen:

Märchen Vokabeln

die Bremer Stadtmusikanten

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Diagramming Sentences:

Nominative = the subject of a sentence (Who/what is “verbing”?)

Accusative= the direct object of a sentence (Who/what is “being verbed”?)

Dative= the indirect object of a sentence (Who/what is not involved in the action, but is being affected? – usually “to” them)

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Der Körper:

Body Parts Vokabeln

beim Arzt – Dr’s office skit vokabeln

Reflexiv Verben – sich verletzen usw.

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Command Form:

Formal: infinitive + Sie!

Informal: du form minus -st!

Plural: verb stem + t!

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Imperfekt Past Tense:

Imperfekt verb forms!

Ichwohnte in Michigan.

Wirflogennach Deutschland.

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Imperfekt Past Tense:

Weak verbs -> -te endings

ich spielte wir spielten

du spieltest ihr spieltet

er/sie/es spielte sie/Sie spielten

Strong verbs -> similar to E/ST/T/EN/T/EN endings

ichsahwirsahen

du sahstihrsaht

er/sie/essahsie/Siesahen

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Anne Frank:

Vokabeln

Past Tense forms of verbs

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der Zweite Weltkrieg:

Vokabeln

Important Dates

Past Tense

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die Weiße Rose:

Vokabeln

Past Tense Modal Verbs

Important Dates

Past Tense

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Erlkönig:

Vokabeln

Understanding of plot

Ability to describe action auf Deutsch in own words

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Future Tense:

Formed by werden + infinitive

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Prepositions:

Know meaning of all 13 prepositions learned so far

ID Accusative vs. Dative Prepositions

Ability to form a prepositional phrase using accusative or dative