Sep 25, 2022  

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GE 211 - German Three

Credits: 4
Applies the important grammar rules that have been used and practiced in German One and German Two. Reviews in depth the context of conversation exercises, reading excerpts of contemporary original literacy and journalistic pieces. Exposes students to the living spoken and written language to develop a feeling for the language, which is quite necessary for such a complicated language as German.

Prerequisite(s): GE 111  and GE 112  
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 60 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: Humanities
Pass/NoCredit: Yes

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Discuss subjects of their interest and express their opinions in German using the following skills.
    1. Listen to and understand a short narrative and give an oral or written account.
    2. Demonstrate an understanding a contemporary piece of journalistic writing.
    3. Participate in an appropriately chosen speed, subject conversation.
    4. Demonstrate the use of simple past tense for verbs (weak and strong) and modals.
    5. Demonstrate the use of irregular weak verbs.
    6. Demonstrate the use of past perfect tense.
    7. Demonstrate the use of subjunctive verbs (regular, irregular, modals).
    8. Demonstrate the use of future tense.
    9. Demonstrate the use of passive voice.

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