EG1_U4_voc2

money                       How much money have you got?                   Geld

(banknote)                (paper money)                                                      (Banknote)

(coin)                         a one-euro coin                                                       (Münze)

pound (= £)              British money                                                        Pfund (britische Währungs-

                                                                                                                                einheit; Pfung Sterling)

penny, pence           1 £ = 100 pence                                                 Penny(=kleinste brit. Münze)

(3 pennies = 3 penny-coins)                           (3 Ein-Penny-Münzen)

dollar (= $ )               American money (Canadian, Australian)     Dollar, US-Dollar

cent ( = ¢ )                1 $ = 100 cents                                                      Cent

nickel (=5¢)              an American five-cent coin                              Fünfcentmünze (USA)

dime (=10¢)             an American ten-cent coin                               Zehncentmünze (USA)

quarter (=25¢)         an American 25-cent coin                                25-Cent-Münze (USA)

exchange rate          the exchange rate of the dollar (into £s)       Wechselkurs

how much…?          How much is the bike?                                    Wieviel kostet….?

How much are ten pencils?                            Wieviel kosten….?

expensive                 A modern mountain bike is expensive.         teuer

cheap                        I can only buy a cheap bike.                              billig, (preiswert)

 

Activities:                                                                                               Tätigkeiten:

(to) add                     For the plural you must add an “s”:                hinzufügen ergänzen,

one bike, two bikes                                                                  addieren

(to) tell (about)         Tell me about your friends.                              erzählen (von),

berichten (über)

(to) stop                    Stop it, Nick (“Hör auf damit…”)                      aufhören,

Stop the car here, please.                                                                         anhalten, stoppen

(Stop talking. [“Hör auf zu quasseln”].)

(to invite)                   The twins must invite their friends.                (einladen)

(to) sing                    Let’s sing a song.                                                       singen

(to) ride a bike         I can’t ride my bike now — I must learn.       Rad fahren, radeln

Let’s ride our bikes to school.

(to) eat                       You can eat chocolates.                                       essen

(to) drink                   Can I drink orange juice?                                    trinken

(to) look for…          Where is my bike? I’m looking for it.              suchen

(to) stand                  Tom, go and stand under the tree.                  stehen, sich (hin)stellen

(to) dance                 We can dance at the party.                              tanzen

(to) climb                  Cats can climb trees.                                          (hinauf)klettern (auf)

(to) laugh (at)           Don’t laugh at your friends.                             lachen (über); jdn. auslachen

(to) meet                   Can I meet you at the supermarket?             jdn. treffen

(to) do homework   I must do my homework every day.                Hausaufgaben machen

(to) copy                    Don’t copy your homework.                             kopieren, abschreiben,

übertragen

a copy of…           Give me a copy of your letter.                          Kopie, (Ablichtung, Abschrift)

(to) check                  I must check the correct spelling.                  überprüfen, kontrollieren

(to) put down            Nick, put down the book and the cup.           hinlegen, hinstellen

(to) be in trouble      Ben is always in trouble. Today he                in Schwierigkeiten sein,

hasn’t got his homework.                                   Ärger kriegen

(to) buy                      I must buy a birthday present for Nick.          kaufen

(to) read to a person Read the story to your partner.                        jdm vorlesen

(to) help                    Can you help me with my homework?              helfen

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