For practice with German 1,2,3,4 & 5 go to http://www.quia.com/pages/germanbville.html
German is very interesting to speak, and is also quite beneficial in helping us learn our own English language better. English and German are both Germanic languages, so there are many similarities. You can already understand many German words, such as Arm, Finger, Hand, Haus, Maus, Gras, Glas, braun, Haar, bring.
German is required or recommended for many programs, among which are business, engineering, art history, international relations, politics, history, science, and music.
School Supplies: a 3-ring binder is needed to keep German packets and instructional papers organized.
- A German dictionary would be helpful. To make sure it has official spelling, check the spelling of "Fluss" (spelled with "ss") and "Fuß" (spelled with "ß").
- The German-American Society of Central New York: www.germanamericanscny.com
To learn German, go to these sites:
German language practice.
German Internet activities.
Practice German and you can keep score, too!
E-mail a Brieffreund (penpal), if parent permits.
German 1: Chapter 1, vocabulary on page 31
German 1: Chapter 2, vocabulary on page 57
Assignments and Tests:
German 1 Homework & Tests
German 2 Homework & Tests
German 3 Homework & Tests
German 4 & 5 Homework & Tests