Here you will find the grammar assignments for your German course with Frau Doktor Bogard.
Please use your own paper, or print the pages at home, and handwrite all your answers. If you get stuck writing any answers, circle or star the question number and ask for help when you are in class with your German teacher.
Every chapter contains a challenge exercise. It's the one that is most important for the development of your German skills. Please ask for a lesson before attempting more than the first couple questions. Show your teacher your first answers and you will get a great opportunity for a one-on-one grammar lesson, as well as, a possible gift (a color grammar chart).
Each grammar chapter begins with a set of vocabulary exercises based on a particular theme. Please complete the assigned exercises in that first part of the chapter with the goal of memorizing them and expanding your vocabulary.
Each chapter also ends with a culture lesson. Please read it throughly and be prepared to discuss how that cultural topic is different than in your native country.
Once you have completed the entire chapter (do not leave anything blank), please show it to your teacher, get a red pencil and use the answer key to correct all your mistakes. Do not erase any of your original work, just write the correct answer above the wrong answer. Please don't mark an X or a minus sign next to incorrect answers. The only red writing should be for corrections.
Founder and Director of the Time To Learn German Academy
Eva Bogard, Ph.D. was born in Manhattan, New York to a German mother and a German-American father. She earned her bachelor's degree in foreign languages at snowy SUNY-Oswego and completed her graduate studies in Second Language Education and Instructional Technology at sunny USF-Tampa, where she earned her Master's and Doctorate degrees. She has spent several colorful summers in France enjoying the language and culture in Paris, St. Malo and Tours, but is usually found during her long summer breaks on the beach in Florida, or in the mountains of southwest Germany.
Professionally, she is very interested in online hybrid education, especially using instructional technology in both her classroom and her online courses to teach foreign languages. Eva is an International Baccalaureate teacher, and a Montessori education enthusiast. She has taught German, French and Spanish, as well as, Information Technology and Business Management over the last 25 years.