ABI course – VOKABELPROTOKOLL

Hi guys,

I’d like to start something together with you. Each week, one of you has to collect new vocabulary and then post it here. If possible, already completed with translation and an example.

e.g.: Today we learned “coarsely” (grob). Coarsely chop the carrots and onions before adding them to the chicken broth. = Zerhacken Sie grob die Karotten und Zwiebeln, bevor Sie sie zur Hühnerbrühe geben.

Would you like to do this with me? Okay, then it’s your turn now!

 

I’d love to create something similar to this homepage: http://www.hans-sachs-gymnasium.de/Vokabeln.html – check it out!

FAIRWAY course – VOKABELPROTOKOLL

Hi guys,

I’d like to start something together with you. Each week, one of you has to collect new vocabulary and then post it here. If possible, already completed with translation and an example.

e.g.: Today we learned “reliable” (zuverlässig). I always take the bus because it’s punctual, reliable and comfortable. = Ich nehme immer den Bus, weil er pünktlich, zuverlässig und bequem ist.

Would you like to do this with me? Okay, then it’s your turn now!

Vokabeltrainer Abi-Kurs

Hi guys,

Here’s a useful link for you to train / repeat / learn vocabulary:

 

http://www.abfrager.de/gymnasium/klasse10/englisch/unregelmaessigeverben.htm

 

I’ve tested it, it’s quite nice. You can choose different categories, I have posted the irregular verbs because, as you already know, they’re important.

 

A  nice summary to repeat by topic can be found under: http://www.englisch-vokabeln.org/englisch-vokabeln-10-klasse.php  – you can select lower grades to repeat basic vocabulary.

 

eine kleine Übersicht, was an einem bayrischen Gymnasium bis incl. Klasse 9 bereits erlernt sein sollte, findet ihr hier: http://www.gym-albertinum.de/web/node/289

 

to recommend a book: http://www.pons.de/produkte/pons-schau-nach-blick-durch-schulwortschatz-nach-themen-englisch-978-3-12-560796-5/ – I could show you the French version, it is quite okay and many schools work with the book, although I haven’t seen the English one in classrooms yet.

 

 

 

my favorite recipe…

You might remember last week’s homework –

Did you write down your favorite (BE: favourite) recipe?

If you need some clues, here are some interesting recipes:

http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/curated.asp?curated=7&t=Easy+Entertaining:+Perfect+Party+Foods

http://www.chow.com/food-news/55471/how-to-make-left-behinds/

http://bakingbites.com/2010/02/homemade-girl-scout-cookies-lemon-coolers/

http://coleensrecipes.blogspot.de/2010/11/kid-friendly-jello-frosting.html

Enjoy!

Update Jan 2014:
Okay, I know it’s a little late, but here’s the promised recipe:

aniseed tongues (Anis-Zungen)

Ingredients:

200 g butter

200 g sugar (powdered)

200 g flour

1-2 teaspoon(s) aniseed, ground  (Anis, gemahlen)

a pinch of salt

Preparation:

Preheat oven to 175 ° C. Beat the egg whites until stiff. In another bowl, whisk together butter and powdered sugar until well combined. Add aniseed, flour and salt. Carefully fold in egg whites until just combined.

Use an icing bag to create delicate tongues on the baking sheet, leave some space in between – cookies will become larger in the oven. Baking time: 9-11 minutes, depending on your oven.

Enjoy!

If you have trouble understanding part of the recipe, just get in touch with me, I’ll be glad to help you!