Vocabulary Focus: Life in Lockdown

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How to talk about how the restrictions in 2020 to 2021 affected your life in the present and past tenses.
Greater confidence in using modal verbs and understanding of how they work.
An overview of some vocabulary and phrases used by Germans to talk about the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Robin Sedman-SmithHost: I currently teach French in a school in Shropshire and am learning Spanish. I lived in Germany for two years, and spent 13 years teaching German in a grammar school where I still work as a boarding tutor.

The focus in this lesson is modal verbs: What you are allowed to do, should do, must do, and so on. The topic is one that will be very useful; the Coronavirus Pandemic. 

This is a fantastic class for German students to quickly ramp up their vocabulary with a focus on common and useful modal verbs to develop and strengthen their written and spoken German. 


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This class is suitable for students studying German in Year 9/S3 and above.

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You will need a laptop or device with internet connection to watch the class, as well as a pen and notepad for taking notes.
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