Grand_Admiral_Thrawn Posted October 15, 2004 Share Posted October 15, 2004 Well, I'm having a bit of trouble with my homework tonight, and since there seems to be plenty of German speaking forum members, I thought this would be a good place to get some help (sure, I could have called my professer, but this is easier). Ok, there are two questions, the first I am stumped on, the second I simply want verification as to whether or not it is right. In the first question I am given two incomplete sentences (the first of the four below), into which I need to place the appropriate verb I managed to get the second sentence I think, but I'm stumped as to the first. Hopefully this will make sence when you see the question. The verbs at the bottom are those I have to choose from: 1. >heute die Sonne? >__________________________________- heiÎ²e / kommt / kommst / ist / scheint / sind / zeigt / geht / bin / regent In the second question, I was given the answer to a question and had to formulate the question itself from the bold and underlined verb (sort of like Jeopardy). Just let me know if this is right: 2. Answer: Michaels Zimmer ist sehr groÎ².Question created by me: Wie groÎ² ist Micheals Zimmer? While I am enjoying the class, it is a real pain in the butt to learn all of the verb endings for specific pronouns, the gender of a noun (definitely a new thing to me. I only took French in highschool for one year), sentence structure. Hopefully I'll get the hang of it. Anyhow, any help with the above would be appreciated. History is on the move, Captain. Those who cannot keep up with it will be left behind, to watch from a distance. And those who stand in our way will not watch at all."- ”Grand Admiral Thrawn" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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