Cheri Bohman, will receive a subscription to German Life Magazine for use in the classroom. To the delight of those marching, unlike. It was a perfect day for a parade!
Other members of the Kordas family also took an active part in the parade. Kai Eifert and son Nathan were kept busy passing out packets of Jelly Belly candy to the crowd, as were Karin Shaffer, dressed in a pretty dirndl, and Ursula Hoeft. The candy was generously donated by the Jelly Belly Candy Company.
Rex Eifert, dressed in lederhosen and carrying a German flag, wowed the crowd while his baby sister, Lucy, either slept or sat watching in her stroller. In between waving to the cheering crowd, chapter president Cobi Stein, also wearing a traditional dirndl dress, made sure no-one ran out of candy to hand to the enthusiastic crowd. Everybody seems to love Jelly Bellies! After this period, a low variable APR will apply. The first year was already a striking success: the number of partner schools doubled to more than worldwide. For more info visit www.
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Indeed the parents, students, teachers and school directors can be very proud to. PASCH supports the students and the teachers in this effort. High School Test which is given throughout the United States and is centrally scored. Congratulations to all! As of this year, the ship is kept indoors in a climate controlled environment. More than sixty-five German Language teachers, directors and superintendents of part-time and Immersion German Language Schools were invited to participate in this outstanding yearly conference. The person in charge was the German Language Consultant Frank Mueller whose responsibilities span the entire west coast and parts of Texas.
All of these schools offer various tracks of learning: targeted preparation for the Diploma of Proficiency in German as well as fun classes incorporating interesting new topics, films, music and exciting internet sites for additional study outside of the classroom. The following German publishers were also on hand to introduce their newest classroom publications: Hueber, Langenscheidt and Klett.
Each participant had to choose four of nine very interesting workshops ranging in topics from: 1. Berlin is worth a trip 2. From Gummibears to Santa Claus 3. Shorts-Shortfilms for German classes 4. Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall 5. Simulations: Learning about Germanic tribes in the classroom 6. Description of German Youth by looking at posters 7. Description of Germany by piecing together German history with the aid of given pictures 8.
It was a beautiful summer day. Oskar with the big ears was going on a nice walk with his best human friend, Dani. They walked together deep into the dark woods, to discover everything that the forest has to offer.
Oskar walked all around, making loud happy noises. This disturbed a long snake that was sleeping on a thick branch in a big tree above. This snake was our old friend, Atticus. He opened a sleepy eye and looked down. He landed hard on the ground in front of Oskar. Something interesting to sniff! He lay on his back and could only see a big wet dog nose in his face. I come from the big city near here. Where do you come from? He tried to speak with such a deep male voice.
Snake—I am—hello! I am Mr. Atticus von Snake and I come from the tree that I just fell out of! But I have always found big cities interesting. Maybe you have an old bus ticket somewhere in that marsupial pouch of yours that I can use to see the city? It was Dani! This soft kangaroo fur—top quality! The bus was very clean inside and Atticus was quite impressed. He had never been in a bus before.
How lovely! Look, the buildings are higher than the trees! Atticus landed in the middle of the street traffic.
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Cars were still driving by quickly. First she picked up his little glasses and then carefully picked him up, examining his weak body. Thank you. I have a lot to tell you about me and I hope you can tell me about yourself and your life in the forest and things like that, too.
But first I have a question. That was an exciting adventure, huh?
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Sie liefen zusammen tief in den dunklen Wald, um Alles was der Wald anbietet, zu entdecken. Diese Schlange war unser alter Freund, Atticus. Er landete hart auf der Erde vor Oskar. Wo kommen Sie her? Ich bin Herr Atticus von Schlange und ich komme von dem Baum, von dem ich gerade gefallen bin! Vielleicht haben Sie irgendwo in Ihrem Beuteltierbeutel eine alte Buskarte, die ich benutzen kann, um die Stadt anzusehen? Das war Dani!
Ich nehme Sie einfach mit in die Stadt! Der Bus war innen sehr sauber und Atticus war ziemlich beeindruckt. Er war noch nie in einem Bus gewesen. Atticus flog aus Oskars Ohr und auf die Strasse. Autos fuhren weiter schnell an ihn vorbei. Du bist in Sicherheit. Du sollst nicht einfach auf die Strasse laufen. Wir gehen jetzt alle zusammen nach Hause. Aber ich habe erstmal eine Frage.
Das war ein aufregendes Abenteuer, nicht wahr? This story features many describing words, also known as adjectives and adverbs. Generally, an adjective is a word that tells you about a noun or pronoun. Adverbs answer questions like how, when, why, and where? You might notice from reading the story that in German, adjectives and adverbs often share the same form.
That is why we are learning about both at the same time. There are even more adjectives and adverbs in the story than just the ones in bold! For now, just focus on learning some basic describing words. Another important thing that happens in the story is that Oskar and Atticus start out by calling each other Sie. In German, there are two types of ways to address someone, formally Sie and informally du.