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a diagram with words and pictures on the squares in different languages, including one that says what
Ice breaker questions for German speaking
Icebreakers are activities aimed at bringing a group closer together. They’re short, fun, and active. The list is great to use in a language class. The document contains 32 simple and creative questions (2 pages) for students to ask each other as ice-breakers. They can also be used to practice basic questions for GCSE speaking exams. Topics: leisure activities, technology, job, food
three worksheets with the words levels a, b and c in red text
German prepositions / Deutsche Präpositionen
The document contains 12 worksheets (13 pages) with a vast collection of #preposition exercises. These #grammar exercises will give any student an incredible language workout before GCSE and other exams testing #German fluency. All #worksheets are ordered by the level of difficulty: A for beginner level, B for intermediate level, C for advanced level.
three worksheets for german verb exercises with the words levels a, b and c
Verb exercises / Übungen zum Verb
These versatile exercises will help students of any level master their #German #grammar skills! The document contains 28 comprehensive #worksheets (60 pages) with German grammar exercises covering the following major GCSE topics regarding #verb.
four different clocks are shown with the same time on each clock face, and one is missing
Telling the time in German
The activity book contains the following basic #exercises: draw the hands on the clock faces (3 pages), write the correct time (2 pages). At the end of the booklet there is a cut-and-paste-clock. Students can cut and place the various clock parts onto the clock template. After they cut them out, students can glue the pieces in place or just move the different pieces around on the template. #German #vocabulary
a group of people with different facial expressions and words written in german on the front
Describing people in German
The worksheet contains 5 pages with the following #exercises: - answering questions about physical characteristics and accessoires (hair colour, glasses, earings) - filling in the gaps - matching up adjective antonyms - speaking exercise: describing people using basic - adjectives listed at the bottom of the page. #German #vocabulary
four worksheets with different shapes and numbers for children to learn how to draw
Basic German numbers / Zahlen (1 bis 9)
Start your kid’s #German language skills off right with this simple numbers #worksheets. The following booklet contains six colourful worksheets that have been designed with primary school aged children in mind by a qualified and experienced German teacher. Activities included in the worksheets: - filling in the appropriate number in German in the gaps - counting the objects - lovely colouring pages #vocabulary