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Kapitel 2, 2. Stufe Seite 50 Ziele (goals) Expressing likes & dislikes Adding vocabulary about free time activities. the word “gern” The German word gern is used as an adverb. That means, to use it correctly, you also need a “verb”

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ziele goals
Ziele (goals)
  • Expressing likes & dislikes
  • Adding vocabulary about free time activities.
the word gern
the word “gern”

The German word gern is used as an adverb.

That means, to use it correctly, you also need a “verb”

When you add gern to a sentence, it means that the subject of the sentence enjoys doing what he or she is doing.

A somewhat close English translation might be “gladly” or “happily”

asking what someone likes to do
Asking what someone likes to do
  • Was machst du gern?
    • What do you like to do?
  • Schwimmst du gern?
    • Do you like to swim?
  • Was macht ihr gern?
    • What do you all like to do?
telling someone what you like to do
Telling someone what you like to do
  • Ich spiele gern Fußball.
    • I like to play soccer.
  • Nein, nicht so gern.
    • No, not so much.
  • Wir schwimmen sehr gern.
    • We like to swim a lot.

Ich sammle Briefmarken.

Ich zeichne.

I collect stamps.

I draw.

Ich bastle viel.

I do a lot of crafts.


Wir hören Musik.

Wir besuchen Freunde.

We listen to music.

We visit friends.

Wir sehen fern.

We watch TV.


Sie wandern.

Sie tanzen.

Sie schwimmen.

They dance.

They hike.

They swim.

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  • lesen (to read)
    • Ich lese gern.
  • malen (to paint)
    • Ich male gern.
  • kochen (to cook)
    • Ich koche gern.
  • schreiben (to write)
    • Ich schreibe gern.
  • joggen (to jog, pronounced like an English “J”)
    • Ich jogge gern.
  • laufen Ski (to ski)
    • Ich laufe gern Ski.
  • laufen Rollschuh (to rollerskate)
    • Ich laufe gern Rollschuh.
  • segeln (to sail)
    • Ich segle gern.
  • fahren Rad (to ride a bike)
    • Ich fahre gern Rad.
  • reiten (to ride horseback)
    • Ich reite gern.
  • Write 10 questions you could ask someone else about their interests. They should be yes or no questions, like…
    • Schwimmst du gern?
    • Kochst du gern?
    • Besuchst du gern Freunde?
    • Schreibst du gern?
  • To use the right verb form, add an -st to the stem. Be careful, the following verbs are irregular: fernsehen, tanzen, lesen, laufen and fahren. See the chalkboard for the correct forms.
  • Go around the room and ask 10 different people your questions. Write down their name and ja or nein.
verb forms
Verb forms
  • Use the chart to help you find the correct form of each verb.
  • Change your ten answers to sentences.
    • Schwimmst du gern? Elke Nein
    • Elke schwimmt nicht gern.
    • Elke tanzt gern.
    • Elke wandert gern.
    • Elke segelt nicht gern.
the formal sie
the formal “Sie”
  • In addition to du and ihr (which are both informal), there is a third word for you. It is Sie. The “S” should be capitalized.
  • The word Sie is used both for singular and plural.
  • Look at your chart for the appropriate form. What do you notice?
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  • Wir hören Musik.

Du hörst Musik.

Sie hören Musik.

  • Klaus zeichnet.

Du zeichnest.

Ihr zeichnet.

  • Ahmet und Holger sammeln Comics.

Ich sammle Comics.

Sie sammeln Comics.

  • Das Mädchen spielt Gitarre.

Der Junge spielt.

Ihr spielt Gitarre.

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  • fliegen - to fly
  • Computerspiele/Videospiele spielen - to play video games
  • färben - to color
  • im Internet surfen - to surf the internet
  • Müsli essen - to eat cereal
  • singen - to sing
  • schlafen - to sleep
  • Vogel beobachten - to watch birds
  • Dirtbike fahren - to ride dirtbike
  • Skateboard fahren - to ride a skateboard
  • Breakdance tanzen - to break dance
  • einkaufen gehen - to go shopping
  • Natur gern haben- to like nature
  • Musik machen (spielen) - make (play) music
  • Spielmannszug gern haben - to like marching band
  • Auto reparieren - to repair a car
  • putzen - to clean
  • Billiarden spielen - to play pool
  • Espresso trinken - to drink espresso
  • spazieren - to walk
  • Tag spielen - to play tag
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  • Ask me a couple questions! But use the formal “Sie” for practice.
  • Spielen Sie Tennis?
  • Hören Sie gern Musik?
  • Was machst du gern?