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By Heiko Böck, Heiko

Through topically orientated lists and contextual sentence utilization, either in English and German, the scholars study crucial 4000 phrases within the German language. convenient measurement for examine wherever: at domestic, at the seashore or at the bus. textual content has accompanying workbook.

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S Diese Hautcreme ist sehr gut. Dusche [‘du:Ja] f -,-n Ich mochte ein Zimmer mit Dusche. , duschte, hat geduscht Er duschte das Kind und sich jeden Abend. Fleck [flek] m, -(e)s, -en Du hast einen Fleck auf dem Hemd. Handtuch [‘hantu:~] n, -(e)s, Handtucher Gibst du mir bitte ein Handtuch? Kamm [kam] m, -(e)s, Kamme Ich mochte mir die Haare kammen. Hast du vielleicht einen Kamm? dry (off) v o Are you going to dry (off) the child? I think the child can dry himself/herself (off). bath(room) n The bath(room) is to the right of the kitchen.

Schlaf [Jla:fl m, -(e)s, kein PI. Sie hat einen festen Schlaf. , schlief, hat geschlafen Haben Sie gut geschlafen? , + Rap. (vor, wegen), schwitzte, hat geschwitzt Schwitzt du nicht in dem dicken Pullover? , sah, hat gesehen Ich habe Thomas in der Stadt gesehen. Ich sehe schon, du bist beschaftigt. odor, smell, aroma n Many people do not like the smell of garlic. (sense of) taste n Everyone’s sense of taste is different. hear v Did you hear the sound? Have you heard anything new? tired, exhausted I’m going to bed; I am tired.

Keep v You can keep the magazine; I’ve already read it. get, receive v I got your letter today. offer v He offered me a lot of money, but I don’t want to sell the picture. need v Do you need the car tomorrow?

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