Week1 - Did you hear/read that NPR report? was meinen Sie...

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Did you hear/read that NPR report? Na, was meinen Sie denn? Have you seen the video (and PP slides) on the course website? Questions about that video or over anything we’ve done so far?
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Was wir heut’ und am Do. machen: finish ch. 1 of B/S, begin (and finish I think) phonetics of German consonants . For Thurs: Vowels of German and review. We MAY begin ch. 2 of B/S . So, please prepare (e.g. read and look at Study Questions, gell?)— oops! See next slide!
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Well, heck. We didn’t quite get as far as I thought we would but I had a great time and felt like you weren’t totally bored and learned something useful. SO, for Thursday, April 9 th , we’ll do consonants and then maybe just start the vowels. On the following Tuesday, we should finish the vowels and begin ch. 2 of B/S.
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Study Questions to: Barbour/Stevenson’s Variation in German Weiter machen!
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But first: Zu Bastian Sicks Buch I meant to ask you on the first day, do you all understand the title to the Sick book? ± Der Dativ ist dem Genitiv sein Tod Kapieren Sie das? Wenn ‘ja’, dann heben Sie die Hand und bitte erklären Sie geschwind mal.
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Chapter 1, question 1 Say something about the nature, range , and complexity of the variation in German? (I.e. what will we be investigating in this course-- in general terms?) How did you find this chapter? Or was it a bunch of gibberish? (Kauderwelsch? )
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Chapter 1, question 1 ± Well, as we discussed on day 1 it was about how German (or any language) varies from place to place , speaker to speaker , and from time to time.
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German B/S do a good job showing you how German can vary over these factors with some representative texts Some terms that come up here include: ± Register (e.g.formal v. informal) What conditions the use of these? ± Interlocutor
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2009 for the course GERMAN 170 taught by Professor Stevens,c during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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Week1 - Did you hear/read that NPR report? was meinen Sie...

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