Understanding the words for different types of houses and locations is a key element of this topic. This Learn-It will be very useful for your reading and/or speaking exam.
Read what each person has to say about where they live. Drag the correct type of accommodation onto the different environment and then mark your answer before going on to the next question...
It is essential that you know the words for furniture. Your knowledge could be tested in any of the exams. This exercise will help you test yourself.
Look at the two pictures of the same room. In the lower picture, 4 items are missing. Click on the words for the missing furniture in the second picture:
It is important to be able to understand the details about a room. You maybe tested on this in reading, listening or speaking. It could be that you have to write about your room in the writing exam. This exercise practices the words for furniture and prepositions (words such as neben, zwischen, etc.).
Look at the picture and decide whether the statements are true (richtig) or false (falsch). Mark your answer each time before moving on to the next question:
This exercise will help you to learn the essential vocabulary for helping at home together with expressions of time. Notice how the verb ending changes. With "ich" the ending is an "-e". When someone else is doing the action, it is a "-t". Some verbs also change their spellings inthe middle - go to the Grammar for more help if you are unsure about this.
Read the text about Ursula and when she helps with the housework, then click on true (richtig), false (falsch) or "?" (not in text)...
This exercise will help you see whether you can remeber the essential vocabulary for talking about your daily routine.
Look at the English sentence and then click on the correctly spelt German translation. Check those verb endings - sometimes they are the clue!