“Prefix to Stand“
day 18 of our German learning advent calendar. And after we talked about Qual in theory yesterday, it’s time for some practice of it, because today we’ll once again suck at prefix verbs together.
Well… I mean… you will suck at them. I won’t because I’m a native speaker, so it’s really easy.
Seriously though, we’ll play another round of our traditional quiz on prefix verbs, where you have to match the various prefix versions of one verb with their translation; this time for the base verb stehen… and we’ll actually do three rounds this time :).
As usual, you just drag the translation into the empty field next to the verb.
And don’t forget: the quiz is a bit tricky so don’t beat up yourself if you don’t knock it out of the park. The goal is to have fun and maybe check for some gaps.
If you have any questions about any of the words just let me know in the comments, have a great day and I’ll see you tomorrow.
And now viel Spaß beim Knobeln :)
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Match the verbs with their translations.
- get up
- wait in line
- to be rightfully someone's
- assist, help (in tough times)
- be written on something
And now let’s try some non-separable verbs… match the verbs with their translations.
- to understand
- insist on something
- evolve, develop (from zero)
- consist of
- bestehen + auf
- bestehen + aus
And last but not least, let’s match some nouns :).
- the brains/intellect
- the head (company)
- the distance
- the condition (current state of a thing)
- the object
- der Verstand
- der Vorstand
- der Abstand
- der Zustand
- der Gegenstand