German 3 Weekly Packet 10

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1: Weekly Packet 10 Deutsch 3 Fällig am Freitag der 22. Oktober Montag der 18. Oktober Let’s talk about the food day! Donnerstag, der 28. Oktober Let’s also talk about the SQ! Aufwärmrunde: Answer the questions logically in the simple past. 1. Was spieltest du gestern? ________________________________________________________ 2. Was fragte er? _________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Wie viel kostete die gelbe Bluse? _________________________________________________ 4. Was bautest du gestern? ________________________________________________________ 5. Welche Gruppe hörtet ihr? _______________________________________________________ SPIELEN / TO PLAY Simple Past Tense - Imperfekt Deutsch English Sample Sentence SINGULAR ich spiel te I played Ich spielte Basketball. du spiel test you ( fam. ) played Spieltest du Schach? (chess) er spiel te he played Er spielte mit mir. (with me) sie spiel te she played Sie spielte Karten. (cards) es spiel te it played Es spielte keine Rolle. (It didn't matter.) PLURAL wir spiel ten we played Wir spielten Basketball. ihr spiel tet you (guys) played Spieltet ihr Monopoly? sie spiel ten they played Sie spielten Golf. Sie spiel ten you played Spielten Sie heute? ( Sie , formal "you," is both singular and plural.) More Regular Verbs Notice the pattern? English Deutsch Simple Past Past Participle answer antworten antwortete * geantwortet * ask fragen fragte gefragt build bauen baute gebaut cost kosten kostete * gekostet * end enden endete * geendet * hear hören hörte gehört say sagen sagte gesagt
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2: The Basics (Simple Past) Any regular German verb uses the basic -te ending to form the simple past, similar to the -ed past ending in English. The past-tense ending is added to the verb stem exactly as in the present tense. "He played"
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course GER 301 taught by Professor Chandler during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State University.

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