Welcome back to the new term. This is what we will be covering over the next 10 weeks.

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Lesson 1 – consolidation of last term’s language and learning.

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Freilandeier are free range eggs.

If you want to know how to cook the perfect steak, whether rare (blutig), medium (rosa) or well done (durch) you’ll find all the advice you need, here. With apologies to vegetarians.

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And here’s the link to the ‘about you’ video: http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/german/talk/family/

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And here, as promised, is the link to my previous blog post on All Creatures Great and Small in German. You’ll enjoy revisiting the programmes. Aye, ‘appen you will, Mr ‘Erriot!

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And if that’s not enough, here are some more lovely clocks for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d020hcWA_Wg

Enjoy!!!

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Lesson 7 – Talking about leisure interests

Lesson 8 – planning a leisure activity

Thanks to BBC Talk German, here’s the video clip about a balloon trip in Germany. Click on the München clip. Enjoy!

Here is a link to the grammar pod found by Mike. Take a look and see what you think. But please don’t go overdosing on grammar!

Lesson 9 – shopping for clothes

For an alternative explanation of the nominative (subject) and accusative (object) cases in German try FluentU.

Lesson 10 – expressing opinions

And here, as promised, is my knife, fork and spoon guide to gender and case.

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Schöne Osterferien wünsche ich euch!

Bis zum 24sten April. Macht’s gut!

Soo