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Linking Words Vocab List | German - Deutsch

Linking Words Vocab List | German - Deutsch

A note from a native German: "Trut" does not mean threatening; it's not a "real" word. Trut is spoken "troot" and means the turkey's sound, like you describe a dog's bark with "woof". "Hahn" means "rooster", which is more specific than "chicken". So, actually, Germans call turkeys "troot-roosters" or "trooting roosters" because of their unique sound that is more common in male turkeys, just as a smaller child would call cattle "moo-cows", since German tends to be a very descriptive language.

A note from a native German: "Trut" does not mean threatening; it's not a "real" word. Trut is spoken "troot" and means the turkey's sound, like you describe a dog's bark with "woof". "Hahn" means "rooster", which is more specific than "chicken". So, actually, Germans call turkeys "troot-roosters" or "trooting roosters" because of their unique sound that is more common in male turkeys, just as a smaller child would call cattle "moo-cows", since German tends to be a very descriptive language.

german grammar - Google Search

german grammar - Google Search

German: demostrative pronoums

German: demostrative pronoums

Common german particles

Common german particles

wo compounds - good visual handout to go along with lesson and keep in binder. maybe use for partner activity

wo compounds - good visual handout to go along with lesson and keep in binder. maybe use for partner activity

Der die das; Word-endings which tell the speaker/reader which article to use

Der die das; Word-endings which tell the speaker/reader which article to use

There are  a number of nice visuals for learning German on this website, but please note and respect the fact that these are copyrighted.

There are a number of nice visuals for learning German on this website, but please note and respect the fact that these are copyrighted.

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