How to Say “I like to…” – A2


Watch the video and then go through the set of flash cards.

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Translate the following sentences into German:

Examples: I like to play soccer more than basketball. –> Ich spiele lieber Fußball als Basketball.

I like chocolate more than gummy bears –> Ich mag Schokolade lieber als Gummibärchen.

 

  1. I like to play the guitar more than the drums.

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  1. He likes spaghetti more than potatoes.

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  1. She likes to go for a walk in the park.

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  1. We like to go to the bakery at lunchtime.

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  1. He doesn’t like to get wet in the rain.

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How to Say Thank You in German – Useful Phrases for Everyday Life – A1/A2

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Watch the video and then translate the following sentences

 Übungen

  1. Thank you.
  2. Thanks, the same to you.
  3. Thanks in advance.
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I have to go to the bathroom! – German expressions – B1

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Watch the video and translate the following sentences into German:

  1. Bathroom (colloquial term)
  2. Bathroom (standard term)
  3. The ladies’ bathroom
  4. The men’s bathroom
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The Parts of the Body in German – A1

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  1. Mein _______ tut mir weh.
  2. Modells haben lange _______.
  3. Sebastian hat eins auf die _______ bekommen. (Sebastian got a punch on the nose.)
  4. Die Frau hat schöne lange _______.
  5. Ich habe mir meinen _______ gestoßen.

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