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(TPRS Method)

Vocabulary Lesson

Storytelling Method and Question and Answer Technique

Note: Today I would like to introduce you to one of my TPRS Vocabulary Lessons. I have created 76 lessons of this kind. 

These 76 vocabulary lessons are included in my Package XL and Upgrade Package. They start with basic words and take you to a higher level step by step. 

How to learn with part A

  1. Read and listen a few times.
  2. Repeat after the speaker.
  3. Make sure that you imitate the pronunciation of the speaker.
  4. After a few repetitions go on to part B (farther below).
      Voc Lesson
German English
der Finger (singular) 
/ die Finger
 (plural)
the finger
/ the fingers
Nimm den Finger aus der Nase. 👃 Take your finger out of your nose.
der Fuß / die Füße the foot / the feet
Stinken deine Füße manchmal auch? 😏 Do your feet stink sometimes too?
das Auge / die Augen the eye / the eyes
Du hast wunderschöne Augen. 😍 You have wonderful eyes.
das Ohr / die Ohren the ear / the ears
Peter hat große Ohren. 👂 Peter has big ears.
der Arm / die Arme the arm / the arms 
Ich habe zwei starke Arme. 💪 I have two strong arms.
das Gesicht / die Gesichter the face / the faces
Sie hatte einen leichten Sonnenbrand im Gesicht. 😊 She got a slight sunburn in the face.
der Kopf / die Köpfe the head / the heads
Mir dreht sich alles im Kopf. 🙃 My head is spinning.

 

der Finger (singular)
/ die Finger (plural)

the finger
/ the fingers

Nimm den Finger aus der Nase. 👃
Take your finger out of your nose.

der Fuß / die Füße
the foot / the feet

Stinken deine Füße manchmal auch? 😏
Do your feet stink sometimes too?

das Auge / die Augen
the eye / the eyes

Du hast wunderschöne Augen. 😍
You have wonderful eyes.

das Ohr / die Ohren
the ear / the ears

Peter hat große Ohren. 👂
Peter has big ears.

der Arm / die Arme
the arm / the arms

Ich habe zwei starke Arme. 💪
I have two strong arms.

das Gesicht / die Gesichter
the face / the faces

Sie hatte einen leichten Sonnenbrand im Gesicht. 😊
She got a slight sunburn in the face.

der Kopf / die Köpfe
the head / the heads

Mir dreht sich alles im Kopf. 🙃
My head is spinning.

Vocabulary Lesson
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Don't stop now!

Go back up and practice again. Check the translation until you understand the German sentences – Listen, Listen, Listen!!!

Now the very important Question and Answer Part.

Please don’t think that this part is too difficult. If you are able to understand the first part of this lesson above then you will be able to master the question and answer part of this lesson after a few days and repetitions.

Repetitions are important because your brain cannot process so many information in one go! You can learn so many things with only one lesson but only if you repeat it many times for the next few days. Try to answer the questions out loud (after the question but before my recorded answer). If you cannot do it yet, please just listen to this part a few times, repeat the first part above again (check the translation in the first part if you don’t understand the words) and then try the question and answer part again. If you do this, your progress is inevitable!

Click the play button

      Q&A Part

Question:
Was sollst (shall, should) du aus der Nase nehmen?

Short Answer:
Den Finger

Long Answer: 
Den Finger sollst du aus der Nase nehmen.
Nimm den Finger aus der Nase.

Was stinkt manchmal? 

Füße
Füße stinken manchmal.

Stinken Füße immer (always)

Nein, nicht immer
manchmal (sometimes)
Manchmal stinken Füße.

Hast du wunderschöne Augen oder wunderschöne Füße (feet)

Wunderschöne Augen
Du hast wunderschöne Augen.
Vielleicht auch (maybe also) wunderschöne Füße, aber auf jeden Fall (in any case) wunderschöne Augen.

Hat Peter große Hände (hands) oder große Ohren? 

Große Ohren
Peter hat große Ohren.

Habe ich zwei oder drei (three) starke Arme? 

Natürlich zwei
Ich habe zwei starke Arme.

Hatte sie (she) einen leichten Sonnenbrand (slight sunburn) auf den Pobacken (butt cheeks) oder im Gesicht? 

Im Gesicht
Sie hatte einen leichten Sonnenbrand im Gesicht.
Sie war mit ihrem Gesicht zu lange (too long) in der Sonne (sun) und nicht mit ihrem Hintern (butt).

Ist mir schwindelig (auch schwindlig)

Genau, mir ist schwindelig (dizzy).
Mir dreht sich alles im Kopf.

Remember:  

With each repetition it gets easier and easier.
Repetition is the key to store the meaning of the words, the pronunciation, the word order, the spelling etc. in your long term memory.

If you don’t repeat, you will forget.

Repeat the vocabulary lesson (especially the question and answer part) above every day for the next few days. You will be amazed about your progress.

The question and answer technique is like a simulated conversation and will help you to think in German step by step. The ability to think in German German is the key to fluency. Try to answer the questions aloud (after the question but before my recorded answer).

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The words bin, bist, is, sind, seid
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I, you, he, she, it in German

Learn the basic colors and some fruits
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The plural article always stays the same
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Numbers 1 to 5, and how to calculate
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Pers. Pronouns Part 2
We, you, they in German

Pers. Pronouns Part 3
I love you in German

sie/Sie (confusing German word)
You, she, they in German

Pronouns instead of articles and nouns
Er sie es instead of the noun

To be and to have in German
Conjugation of sein and haben

The Cases Nominative and Accusative
Accusative Case den

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How to say My name is... in German
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How to use: my, your, his, her in German
My, your, his, her in German

How to use: our, your, their in German
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How to say Happy Birthday in German
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We have 26 letters but there’re umlauted forms with 2 dots.
German Umlauts Ä, Ö, Ü

How to tell the time in German
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2 easy ways of expressing the future tense
Future Tense in German

How to say Excuse me in German and more
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Position of adjectives in a sentence
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How to count in German to 999,999
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How to say Cheers in German and other phrases
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Use comparative adjectives to describe the differences
Comparative Adjectives

Another TPRS Lesson with Q/A-Technique
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Adjectives with same meaning in GER and ENG
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European countries and their capital cities
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Learn the punctuation marks
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Learn the days of the week in German
Days of the Week in German

You can separate the German prefix from a verb
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The difference between dann and denn
Difference between dann and denn

The difference between gern and gerne
Difference between gern and gerne

Some blog articles 

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Nice things you could say to your sweetheart
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