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Lesson 2: Describing yourself and others

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Review: Lesson 1

Since you will further practice in the vocabulary- and exercises sections, what you have learned in this lesson, we think that it is time to review on one page the content of the previous lesson (Lesson 1).

Exercise
Complete the following dialogs between Niels, Katrin and Anne at the university-party in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Example:
Hi. Ich
______
Katrin. Und wie
______
du?
Hi. Ich
heiße
Katrin. Und wie
heißt
du?



Karlsruhe University: Department of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences

1) Hallo.
___
heiße Niels. Und wie heißt
__
?
Ich
_____
Katrin.
?<- move over ? to see correct answer

2) Guten Tag Herr Peters. Wie
____
es Ihnen?
Na ja, es geht
__
. Und Ihnen?
Mir geht es gut,
_____
.
?

3) Guten Abend Maike.
___
geht's?
Sehr
___
, danke.
___
dir?
Auch gut, danke.
?

4) Hallo Anne!
_____
Katrin. Wie
____
es dir?
?



Exercise
Using, what you have learned in this lesson and utilizing the similarity between German and English words, try to guess the meaning of the following German sentences.

Example:
Berlin ist eine große Stadt.
Berlin is a big city.

move mouse over ?-fields
for correct answers
Niels studiert Biologie und Mathematik.
?
Katrin ist Annes Freundin.
?
Katrin lebt und studiert in Karlsruhe.
?
Karlsruhe ist im Süden von Deutschland.
?



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