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Beginn mit Deutsch Unit 4

Part 3

Contents – Part 3

Audio content – Part 3....................................................... 2 Introduction – Part 3.......................................................... 3 Do you have pets? ............................................................ 5 Hauke’s Zoo.............................................................................. 5 More pets and other animals ................................................ 10 Cases ..................................................................................... 12

Suggested answers – Part 3 ........................................... 17 Vocabulary – Part 3......................................................... 19 Exercises – Part 3........................................................... 21 Reflection – Part 3........................................................... 23 Exercises cover page – Part 3 ........................................ 25

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Audio content – Part 3

Track 15 Hast du Haustiere? Track 16 Glossar for Haustiere Track 17 Hauke’s pet wish list Track 18 Activity 2 Track 19 Glossar for pets and animals

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Introduction – Part 3

In this part you will learn about Hauke’s many pets. You will have the opportunity to: •

talk about your pets



use a dictionary to find words for animals



learn how to use the nominative and accusative cases in a sentence



visit the Berlin Zoo online.

You’ll also find out what Schorsch is saying.

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Do you have pets? Anna’s brother, Hauke, has pets. He has so many pets that the backyard looks like a zoo.

Hauke’s Zoo Listen to Track 15 as Hauke talks about his backyard zoo. Read the speech bubbles as you listen.

Ja, ich habe einen kleinen Zoo. Ich habe einen Hund, und eine Katze. Ich habe zwei Schildkröten. Ich habe eine Maus, und ein Meerschweinchen. Und ich habe drei Wellensittiche und einen Pagagei.

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Activity 1 Here is a picture of Hauke’s backyard zoo. Do you know what pets Hauke has? List the pets in English on the lines below.

__________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ Check your response by going to the suggested answers section.

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Let’s practise the new words and expressions. Listen to the new words and expressions on Track 16. Repeat in the pauses provided.

(die) Haustiere

pets

(der) Zoo (-s)

zoo

(der) Hund (-e)

dog

(die) Katze (-en)

cat

(die) Schildkröte (-n)

turtle

(die) Maus (ä-e)

mouse

(der) Wellensittich (-e)

budgie

(der) Papagei (-en)

parrot

(das) Meerschweinchen (-)

guinea pig

Hauke would like to have many more pets. He has a scrapbook full of his drawings of the pets he would like. He shows his scrapbook to his parents every time he has a birthday. But, his parents always say that the backyard is not big enough for more pets.

What are Hauke’s parents saying? There is one word in the sentence they say which you have not learnt yet. Try and guess what they say to Hauke. ___________________________________________________________

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Hauke’s parents said, ‘No more pets.’ The word mehr means ‘more’. Listen to Track 17 as Hauke lists the other pets he’d like to own. Say the captions after Hauke.

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Activity 2 Who has which pet? Listen to Track 18 as ten people talk about what pets they own. Write the number of the correct sentence inside the speech bubble with the matching pictures. The first one has been done for you.

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Pferd = horse Listen to Track 18 as many times as you need to. Check your response by going to the suggested answers section.

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Let’s practise the new words and expressions. Listen to the new words and expressions on Track 19. Repeat in the pauses provided.

(das) Kaninchen (-)

rabbit

(der) Goldfisch (-e)

goldfish

(die) Spinne (-n)

spider

(der) Affe (-n)

monkey

(der) Schimpanse (-n)

chimpanzee

(die) Ziege (-n)

goat

(der) Igel (-)

porcupine

(das) Känguru (-s)

kangaroo

(der) Hamster (-)

hamster

(die) Schlange (-n)

snakes

(die) weiße Ratte (-n)

white rat

(der) Koala (-s)

koala

More pets and other animals Do you have pets not listed here? You can look up the German names of other animals in an English-German dictionary. Here are some more tips for looking up words in the dictionary.

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More dictionary skills If you can’t find a word in the dictionary it may be for one of the following reasons. 1

Because all nouns in German have capital letters you need to know if the word you are looking up is a noun. When you look up the names of animals you need to look up nouns which have a capital letter. Nouns are usually listed in the singular. If you want to look up the word Wellensittiche in Ruark hat vier Wellensittiche, you look up Wellensittich.

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As you know the endings of many words such as verbs, pronouns and possessive adjectives change. You will still be able to find the stem word though. The stem of a word is the part which does not change.

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Adjectives are listed without endings. To look up gute in gute Nacht, you look up gut.

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Verbs are usually listed in the infinitive. The infinitive form of a verb is the ‘to …’ form as in ‘to have’ (haben). If you want to look up the ist in Er ist zehn, you look up the infinitive of ‘to be’—sein.

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Cases In Parts 1 and 2, you learnt to recognise the subject and the direct object of a sentence. These sentence parts have special names—the nominative case and the accusative case.

The nominative case The nominative case is used for the subject of the sentence. Example Der Hund ist braun. The underlined noun is the subject of this sentence and is said to be in the nominative case.

Activity 3 Underline the noun which is in the nominative case in these sentences. 1

Die Katze ist süß.

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Das Pferd ist groß.

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Annas Mutter ist mittelgroß.

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Der Großvater wohnt in Stuttgart.

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Die Brüder heißen Frei.

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Ein Affe hat kein Haar.

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Ein Pagagei ist grün.

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Kein Pferd ist blau.

Check your response by going to the suggested answers section.

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The accusative case A noun is said to be in the accusative case when it is the direct object of the sentence. Example Frau Müller hat einen Wellensittich. Einen Wellensittich is the direct object in this sentence and called the accusative case.

Activity 4 Underline the noun in the accusative case in the sentences below. 1

Sabine hat keine Kaninchen.

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Mario hat einen Koala.

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Louise hat eine Katze.

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Die Katze hat die Maus.

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Die Schlange hat keine Mäuse.

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Die Katze hat den Kanarienvogel.

Check your response by going to the suggested answers section.

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Below is a table you can refer to when you need to know which form of the definite article you should use in the nominative and accusative cases. Nominative and accusative of the definite article Masculine

Feminine

Neuter

Plural

Nominative

der

die

das

die

Accusative

den

die

das

die

Hauke wants to work with animals when he leaves school. He often visits the website for the Berlin zoo which has the largest number of different species of any zoo in the world. The zoo also houses and breeds a large number of Bedrohte Arten (endangered species). You will be given the opportunity to help Hauke research endangered species held in the Berlin zoo in your exercises section. Before you do the exercises, practise what you’ve learnt so far. Visit the Victorian Languages online website. http://www.eduweb.vic.gov.au/languagesonline/

Select Activities, German, Unit 2 Online activities. Then practise asking about and describing pets or animals in: Section 3 – Asking and describing about one’s pet or animal. Access the interactive animal games by visiting the Centre for Learning Innovation website. http://www.cli.nsw.edu.au/Kto12

Select Languages then German. In the Stage 4 section, follow the links to General and then to Interactive Activities for Units 1–4 of Beginn mit Deutsch. Practise talking about animals you can see and hear in Module 3 of the Super!!! CD-ROM. Topic 2 Meine Woche? Lesson 3 – Talking about animals you can see and hear. Und jetzt du! And now you!

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Let’s practise what you have learnt. Go to the exercises section and complete Exercises 3.1 to 3.2. Did you work out what Schorsch said (Ich bin kein Haustiere)?

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Suggested answers – Part 3 Check your responses against these suggested answers.

Activity 1 Hauke has a dog, two turtles, a cat, a guinea pig, a parrot, a mouse and three budgerigars.

Activity 2 This is what you heard: 1

Ich habe zwei Katzen und eine Maus.

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Ich habe eine Ziege und einen Koala.

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Ich habe eine weiße Ratte und einen Papagei.

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Ich habe vier Wellensittiche.

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Ich habe einen Hund und ein Kaninchen.

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Ich habe einen Goldfisch.

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Ich habe einen Schimpanse.

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Ich habe einen Hund und ein Pferd.

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Ich habe vier Spinnen.

10 Ich habe einen Igel und eine Schlange. Answers:

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Activity 3 1

Die Katze ist süß.

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Das Pferd ist groß.

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Annas Mutter ist mittelgroß.

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Der Großvater wohnt in Stuttgart.

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Die Brüder heißen Frei.

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Ein Affe hat kein Haar.

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Ein Pagagei ist grün.

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Kein Pferd ist blau.

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Sabine hat keine Kaninchen.

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Mario hat einen Koala.

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Louise hat eine Katze.

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Die Katze hat die Maus.

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Die Schlange hat keine Mäuse.

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Die Katze hat den Kanarienvogel.

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Vocabulary – Part 3 A (der) Affe (-n)

monkey

G (der) Goldfisch (-e)

goldfish

H (der) Hamster (-)

hamster

(der) Hund (-e)

dog

(das) Haustier (-e)

pet

I (der) Igel (-)

porcupine

K (die) Katze (-en)

cat

(das) Kaninchen (-)

rabbit

(das) Känguru (-s)

kangaroo

(der) Koala (s)

koala

M (die) Maus (ä-e)

mouse

(das) Meerschweinchen (-)

guinea pig

mehr

more

P (der) Papagei (-en)

parrot

R (die) weiße Ratte (-n)

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S (die) Schildkröte (-n)

turtle

(die) Spinne (-n)

spider

(der) Schimpanse (-n)

chimpanzee

(die) Schlange (-n)

snakes

W (der) Wellensittich (-e)

budgie

Z

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(der) Zoo (-s)

zoo

(die) Ziege (-n)

goat

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Exercises – Part 3 Exercises 3.1 to 3.2

Name

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Teacher

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Exercise 3.1 Hauke is particularly interested in finding out about Bedrohte Arten (endangered species). Let’s help him find the names of some of the Bedrohte Arten held in the Berlin Zoo. Visit the alphabetical listings of animals in the Berlin Zoo website at http://www.zoo-berlin.de/tiere/lexicon/a.html Look at the description of the Ameisenbär (anteater). To the right is a triangle with the words Bedrohte Art. The Ameisenbär is an endangered species. Find the names of four other animals on this website which are endangered. Write their names on the lines below. Then, in German, write a sentence about each animal. The first one has been done for you. 1

Ameisenbär Der Ameisenbär ist eine bedrohte Art. (The anteater is an endangered species).

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Exercise 3.2 Complete both parts of this exercise. Part A Write a description of your pets in German. Refer to at least three pets. If you don’t have any you can make them up. In your description include: •

type of pet



name of pet



personality of the pet.

Part B Record this exercise or complete it in a face-to-face, phone or computer lesson. Say your responses in German. 1

Start the speaking exercise by greeting your teacher.

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Say your answers from Part A.

Prima! You have completed Unit 4 Part 3. In the next part you will learn to talk about your hobbies. Auf Wiedersehen!

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Reflection – Part 3 Think about what you have learnt in Part 3. You may jot down your thoughts on the lines provided.

I learnt that _________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________

I learnt how to ______________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________

I’d like to know more about ____________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________

I was surprised to learn that ____________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________

If possible, share your thoughts with your teacher and classmates.

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Exercises cover page – Part 3 Exercises 3.1 to 3.2

Name

___________________________

Teacher

___________________________

Tick the boxes to show that you have completed the exercises. Return your answers to your teacher. Attach this cover page to the front of your exercise pages.

Unit 4 Part 3

Exercise 3.1

Berlin Zoo online research

Exercise 3.2

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Describe your pets

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Speaking

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