Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

More on the Past Participle

No description
by

Leonie Heimes

on 9 February 2016

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of More on the Past Participle

- some verbs have inseparable prefixes
- these can be either
weak or strong
- the most commen inseparable prefixes are
Inseparable Prefix Verbs
*separable prefix verbs can be either regular or
irregular (you need to memorize the irregular ones)

*in the past participle, imagine that the “-ge-“ is the
thing that ‘separates’ the prefix from the stem
Past Participles of
Separable Prefix Verbs

- these verbs have the characteristics of BOTH,
weak and strong verbs
- they do change their stem like strong verbs do, but still add "ge-" and "-(e)t" as other weak verbs would:
Mixed Verbs
regular (weak) verbs
"-ieren" verbs
mixed verbs
irregular (strong) verbs

separable prefix
inseparable prefix
Summary of Past Participles
prefix + -ge- + stem + "-(e)t"/"-en"
anhören hat an -ge -hör -t
aufnehmen hat auf -ge -nomm -en
abreisen ist ab -ge -reis -t
prefix + -ge- + stem + "-(e)t"/"-en"
fernsehen hat fern -ge -seh -en
anprobieren hat an -probier -t
BEISPIELE
HAUSAUFGABE

Write down the story of Eva's daily routine.

Buch, Seite 203

Aufgabe 6 - 16
besuchen hat besucht
erzählen hat erzählt
verkaufen hat verkauft
bekommen hat bekommen
ertrunken ist ertrunken
verstehen hat verstanden
Buch, Seite 211

Aufgabe 6 - 27
"be-" "er-" "ver-"
- because you cannot separate these from the
verb, you
DO NOT insert a "ge"
:

prefix + stem + "-(e)t"/ "-en"
> Ich habe meine Eltern besucht.
> Der Mann ist ertrunken.
Schwache, Starke und gemischte Verben
"ge-" + changed stem + "-(e)t"
bringen
denken
kennen
nennen
rennen
wissen
hat gebracht
hat gedacht
hat gekannt
hat genannt
ist gerannt
hat gewusst
Buch, Seite 212

Aufgabe 28
-
weak verbs are regular verbs
*conjugated in a regular pattern
*they build the past participle with
ge...t
-
strong verbs are irregular verbs
*they change their stem vowel in the past tenses
*past participle is usually build with
ge...en

-
mixed verbs contain features of both, strong and weak forms
*they change the stem vowel in the past tenses
*the ending in the past participle is the one that the weak verbs use
ge...t
Buch, Seite 210

Aufgabe 26
HAUSAUFGABE
ge-
-
ge-
ge-


prefix
-ge-
-
stem (infinitive)
stem (infinitive)
perfect stem (changed)
perfect stem (changed)


stem (infinitive or perfect)
stem (infinitive or perfect)
- (e)t
- t
- (e)t
- en


-
t
/
en
-
t
/
en
DATE = das Datum
- Der Wievielte ist heute?
Heute ist der 05. Februar.
Heute ist der fünfte Februar.
Heute ist der Fünfte.
Ordinal Numbers
*ordinal numbers (first, second, third) etc., are adjectival,
that means, they take endings:
1-19: number + "-t-" + adjective ending

20- : number + "-st-" + adjective ending
*exceptions: 1st = erst- 3rd = dritt-
7th= siebt- 8th = acht-

*shorten the writing by using a period to represent the ordinal number: 1st of July = der 1. Juli (der erste Juli)
- Wann hast du Geburtstag?
Ich habe
am
07. November Geburtstag.
- Wann ist deine Zwillingsschwester geboren?
Sie ist
am
8. Mai 1994 geboren.
Sie ist
am
08.05.1994 geboren.
Buch, Seite 213

Aufgabe 6 - 30
Hin und Her
- "hin" and "her" are suffixes and prefixes that are used to denote the direction in which something/someone is going
hin: motion/direction AWAY from the speaker
her: motion/direction TOWARD the speaker
Wo bist du?

Wohin gehst du?

Woher kommst du?
location

Where do you go to?

Where do you come from?
Die Fantastischen Vier - Geboren
Du wirst geboren - You are born
Versau das nicht! - Don't mess it up!

Wo geh(e)n wir hin? - Where do go to?
Wo komm(e)n wir her? - Where do we come from?
Was ist der Sinn? - What is the meaning (of all this)?
Ist da noch mehr? - Is there more to it?
Gibt's da 'n Tunnel? - Is there a tunnel?

Ey Mann, was fragste mich? - What do you ask me that for?
Ich weiß es nich(t). - I don't know.


1. Look at the verses and try to understand what they might mean.

2. Does the video match the meaning of the lyrics?
Does it help to understand the song?


http://9gag.com/gag/aydogmb
Away from and toward in colloquial German
hinaus-
herein-
hinauf-
herunter-
raus-
rein-
auf-
unter-
Some prefixes in colloquial German abbreviate as followed:
"Pflanzt 'n Baum und baust 'n Haus,
ziehst da
rein
und schaust da
raus
."
Buch, Seite 215

Aufgabe 6 -23
PREDICTING GENDER
- all nouns with the suffix -ung are FEMININE; the plural ends in -en
- comparable with English nouns ending in -ing



warnen die Warnung, -en
to warn warning
- many German nouns with a
-ung
ending do not have the
-ing
ending when it comes to the English equivalent
üben die Übung, -en
to practice exercise

erzählen die Erzählung, -en
to tell story
Buch, Seite 220

Aufgabe 6-41
1-5
Was für Arbeitserfahrung haben Sie?
zum Beispiel
die Arbeitserfahrung
vielleicht

der Kellner
Stärken und Schwächen
for example
work experience
perhaps

waiter
strengths and weaknesses
Buch, Seite 217


Aufgabe 6-35
Full transcript