Take advantage of the arrangement by subject area.
The words of a subject area contain associations which aid memorization. Use the designations of subject areas as learning aids. Work through the individual categories one by one, first covering those whose topics most appeal to you. Always review each category already covered after working on a new category. Set up your own learning system. Learn the amount of material that best suits you.
Read an item the main word in bold print with its example sentences and memorize the category the word belongs in.
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Go through eight to ten words this way. Then cover the left column and repeat aloud the covered words. If you wish, also read aloud the sample sentence. Check your progress by uncovering the left column. Vary your study habits: Cover the right column instead of the left, and work as described in suggestion 4 above.
Only learn the example senten- ces that help fix the meaning of the words in your memory. You can also take an individual word that you have had to look up in an alphabetical list, put it in a category, and learn it in a meaningful context. Z Every day learn a specific amount, taking breaks in between each session. In a few weeks you will have systematically learned a core vocabulary; the actual amount of vocabulary items depends on you.
It is suitable, however, for reviewing the vocabulary learned in a course, in order to: a prepare the appropriate vocabulary before free communication exercises or going through certain reading texts; b work on vocabulary areas after working through a specific text whose various parts include this word field; c develop and expand from a single word to a complete vocabulary category. You can also arrange the topics and word families according to the material you have just learned in the chapters of the textbook.
You can learn anywhere, whenever you have time. Good luck and have fun! Notes: For regular nouns, the pronunciation, the gender, the genitive and nomi- native plural forms are provided after the basic word. Only irregular forms of the plural are spelled out. For example: Ball [ball m, -s, Balle For verbs, three forms: present infinitive, first person singular of the imperfect, and third person singular with haben or sein, are presented.
After that come the various possibilities for using it in transitive or reflexive forms. There are also examples of common prepositions used with it. XI I i Not all the possibilities of using averb are included,just the most frequent. For adjectives, the comparative forms are given only if they vary from normal formation. He is good with his hands. Es aeht mir aut. Ein wirklicher Freund hatte dir in A real friend would have helped dieser Situation geholfen.
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Hast du wirklich geglaubt, dass Did you really believethat she told sie dir alles erzahlt hat? I Korper 1. Bauch [baux] rn, - e s, Bauche stomach n Er schlaft am liebsten auf dem He prefers to sleep on his sto- Bauch. Bein [bain] n, - e s, -e leg n Kannst du lange auf einem Bein Can you stand on one leg for a stehen? Blut [blu:t] n, - e s, kein PI. Brust [brust] t -, kein PI. Finger [woay rn, -s, - finger n Sie tragt an jedem Finger einen She wears a ring on each finger. Ich konnte ihr Ge- It was dark. Hals [hals] m, -es, Hake neck n Sie hat einen langen Hals.
She has a long neck. Haut [haut] f -, kein PI. His skin is alwavs verv red. Hem [herts] n, -ens, -en heart n Mein Hew schlagt manchmal un- Sometimes my heartbeat is irre- regelmaflig. Knie [kni:] n, -s, - knee n Ich habe den ganzen Tag auf den I spent all day on my knees wor- Knien am Boden gearbeitet. Did he have a hat on his head? Mund [munt] m, -es, Munder mouth n Bitte hake den Mund und sei still!
Please shut your mouth and keep auiet!
Hast du Your nose is red. Do you have a Schnupfen? He has a crooked back. Zahn [tsa:n] rn, - e s, Zahne tooth n Meine Zahne sind alle gesund. All my teeth are healthy. She eingeschlafen. Faust [faust] -,Fauste fist n Sie schlug mit der Faust auf den She banged on the table with her Tisch. She has a pointed chin.
The bone is broken. Augen- Lid [li:t] n, - e s, -er eye lid n Das rechte Augenlid tut weh. The right eyelid is sore. Du hast Get out of the water! Your lips are schon ganz blaue Lippen.
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Deine Stop smoking! Your lungs must Lunge ist bestimmt schon ganz be all black by now. He has strong muscles. The child sat on her shoulders. SchweiO [Jvais] m, -es, kein PI. Her face was dripping with sweat. Stirn [jtirn] f -,-en forehead n Das Kind hat kein Fieber. His forehead is cool. Tischbein gestoOen. Why are you so thin anyway? I am taller than my husband. The dress looks pretty.
I have very small feet. He is tall and slender. She has beautiful eyes. He was frightened and turned Dale. When I was a child I was blond.
Zieh lieber eine Jeans an! Put ieans on instead.
She has a great figure. Your new hair style looks good. He has an ualv face. Nein, seine Haare sind ganz No, his hair is straight. She is a delicate child. Sie hat eine zarte Haut. She has soft skin. Yes, three kilos.
Acar is coming from the Pass auf! Von links kommt ein left.
Denken Sie an den Termin urn You will think of the appointment Was denkst du uber den Vor- What do you think of the sugges- schlag? Er hat vie1 He is a good physician. He has a Erfahrung. Kannst du dich an ihn erinnern? Do you remember him?
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