Vocabulary: Recognize Rules & Patterns
a few additional tips. I'm good old fashioned revision and review so simply doing this in your own spare time on one of my personal favorites and remind you when I was a child as well. Using phrase books and holiday courses, we also have holiday courses on Bubble where you can actually on the APP. You can learn specific vocabulary related to a holiday and freeze books. Who doesn't love a phrase book? Using all those phrases that you thought you'd never use in your life? Onda. Some one thought for some reason that it would be really interesting to learn how to say my dog got stuck in the toilet and therefore emergencies. And then you can change that and say that you're can't got stuck in The Tyler are on the roof and you can always We like spicing things up. So and here we have another. We already looked at recognizing patterns. Now I do have a sheet that's available as a bonus for the Hebrew verbal. Now we saw how to create verbs from other verbs in Hebrew, but here we will be focusing...
in the lesson on German compound out because German really in so many ways is an absolute delight because German is really good at creating mountains and creating patterns. And here we have, for example, a German a case in German, where you have multiple objectives. Propositions are announced that are welded together to form a compound known usually a now that sounds very elaborate, very sophisticated in English and in German. It isn't so. For example, you have collaboration, and in German it means it's Suzanne. Abide now. To them are Bite consists of two words one together, which is to some on our bite, which is work, says I'm a bite and it literally means together work or together labor. And it's a great way of creating new words because it's that you couldn't get more simpler than that, to be honest. So if we take a look at further examples of compounds in English, we saw this previously with the Dutch example. We have here three new compound knowns that are basically created from welding certain towns or propositions together. So if you look at the 1st 1 we have helped Andi Stat, which are welded together to form the word capital, which is how much that so all you do is you take us to a lower case s and then you have how much that and then you have Mitt and our bite become mitt are bite so similar to to some are bite but more like toe work on something to be working, working on a project, for example participation, even participation. And here and I'd like you to think of what this could be in English. It's ein So in and gang, which is a path or a corridor. What could I'm gunk mean initiation into a gang? Yeah, that's a nice what exactly exactly. I'm going to get the German author. I'm going to get the German thing, dude in to change their definition for that, that's a brilliant is almost almost like a ho. What do you say that lightly? On what? What is the whole way to something? It's usually there corridor. Yeah, but when you go into somewhere, it's there. The entrance is the entrance. It's going in. So it's like than verbal Now have to go in. So we have these in German and in Hebrew and is actually and I'd like you to do this as well. Maybe over the break we have on page six. Um, I've listed the 1st 12 and four, and I'd like you to come up with the answers for 35 and six on the techniques here that we've acquired. Andi, I would like us to remember, too. That we've already picked up upon is three important of reading, passive and active And last but not least, never forget the music. The music is a great way of acquiring vocabulary, using your dictionary to find out what's being said, and then to put that down on a post it well, to actually sing it. So you've already memorized anyway, because it's something that you're picking up anyway. So instead of maybe, no, you don't have to write it down. You can just sing it. You can annoy someone with the song. Oh, I mean, not necessarily. And then you can Actually, it is a really nice song. Then you can always you can always pick up on that
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