Getting started with German 1
Getting started with German 1

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Activity 8

Listen to these people saying who they are and where they come from and then complete the sentences below.

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Bitte hören Sie.
1.
Mein Name ist Claudia Grothe. Ich komm’ aus Norddeutschland.
2.
Mein Name is’ Jasmin. Ich komme aus Innsbruck.
3.
Mein Name ist Ulf. Ich komme hier aus Rostock.
4.
Mein Name ist Dieter Hoffmann. Ich komme aus Köln.
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Please note that all proper names and nouns in German start with an Upper case letter.

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