How to write a comment, useful phrases for writing a comment
Definition, Vorgehensweise, Beispiel und nützliche Ausdrücke
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Gender roles in Othello. Desdoma and Emilias gender roles. How are the men described in Othello? Relationship between Othello and Desdemona?
Ich habe eine eigene Rede über „späterer Schulstart“ geschrieben und möchte sie gerne mit euch teilen. Zur Orientierung, ich habe eine 1 dafür bekommen. Der Start sollte am besten mit etwas persönlichem anfangen und dann erst zum Thema übergehen.
Geplante ereignisse in der Zukunft
Möglichkeiten eine Konversation zu starten: I'd like to focus on .... in our conversation because..... Let us first turn to the picture which...../the question of .... What strikes me first about this whole issue is.. I would like to start by looking at... I suggest we start talking about... ● Why don't we first address.... if this is okay with you. ● ● ● Andere Personen nach der Meinung/Standpunkt fragen: Is there something you would like to add? How do you feel about...? How about you? I am curious to hear what your opinion is on that. Can you give an example for that? Could you be more specific? What do you mean? I would be interested to hear what your opinion is on this matter. ● ● ● ● Dem Partner zustimmen: ● ● Englisch (Tipps für die Mündliche Prüfung) ● Dem Partner nicht zustimmen: ● Sorry, but that is not the way I see it. I see what you mean but I don't believe.... Well, I don't quite along with... I'm not sure you're on the right track when you say that...because... In my view it is not right to assume that..... I'm sorry, but I'm not convinced yet because.... ● What bothers me about that is..... because ● I admit I have to agree with you on this particular point. You have a point here. You are right, it cannot be denied that..... Right! I totally agree with...
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you... I totally agree with you on..... ● Um Klarstellung bitten: Sorry, could you repeat what you just said? Excuse me, I didn't quite catch that/what you just said. Do you mean.... Did I understand you correctly? Did you mean to say...? ● I would ask you to clarify your last point/what you just said. I'm afraid I did not quite get what you just said. ● ● ● ● Auf einen vorherigen Punkt zurückgreifen: ● What you said earlier was..... I'd like to come back to a point you made earlier, namely.... I'd like to pick up on what you said about.... Die Konversation in eine andere Richtung leiten: ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● When you say..... what exactly do you mean with that? Could you explain this to me once more please? Was man sagen kann, wenn man noch zu viel Zeit hat (Playing for time) So, what you are basically saying is that....Is that right? I am trying to figure out how what you said relates to what we said about... Let me look at my notes for a second, I want to make sure that.... So what you are saying is... Am I right in thinking that you mean...? I guess what I am trying to say is... If I understand you correctly you are saying that…... ● ● or ...? I would like to bring up another issue/let us look at another important issue Now that we have looked at.... let's think of another aspect, namly.... So far we have only looked at the advantages, let's now consider the drawbacks. Something we have ignored so far is.... Would it be alright with you if we now focus on....?