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Useful Phrases Englisch

 Englisch: useful phrases
Nr.1: Summary/Comprehension
Einleitung:
O W-Fragen
O
O
O
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The text/excerpt/novel/short story "..."

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Englisch: useful phrases Nr.1: Summary/Comprehension Einleitung: O W-Fragen O O O Thema einleiten The text/excerpt/novel/short story "..." written by ... and published on ... in ... deals with - is about discusses the question if ... - presents the problem of ... The speech "..." delivered by . on ... in ... addresses - explores the question whether ... deals with The cartoon "..." created by ... and published on ... in ... - is about ... - deals with the problem of ... - depicts an attitude towards - presents a possible view on ... Hauptteil: O Eigene Formulierungen Keine Zitate O Keine Wertungen (→sachlich) O The author.../ the reporter / the journalist observes that ... - adds that ... - claims ... - insists - declares - remarks affirms ... - states - refers to - examines ... - leaves unanswered if ... does not consider announces ... mentiones Nr. 2: Analysis ➤ Einleitung ● ● Bezug zur Aufgabenstellung O In the following, I will analyse ... These Hauptteil ● ● Analyse O The language employed stresses the view that ● Belege Zitate The author's intention in writing this article is to convince the readers about ... He tries to He stresses view that O O Indirect: the author... (cf. II. 1-5) Direct: - he says that "…..” (II. 1-5) Wirkung ● ● O O O O O ● ο O Schluss ● O ● O O Intention Fictional This particular choice of words underlines his view on ... This metaphor employed highlights the difference between This attracts the readers attention This invites the readers to sympathise/identify with ... The point of view adopted .... - creates - evokes - establishes A feeling of/...

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an ● Bezug zur These The author ... intends to means to aims to - aspires to Zusammenfassung Convinces/persuades/encourages/appeals to the audience Of his view that ... Of his believe that To feel responsible for ... To stand up against / for ... To take action against / for ... Atmosphere Setting (place, time) Characters / constellations / interactions atmosphere (Stage directions → Drama) monologue / dialogue who talks more? (lyric speaker) narrative techniques: - point of view perspective Non-Fictional - scenic /panoramic structure / plot tone - authors attitude towards the topic rhetorical/stylistic devices choice of words / word fields Communicative strategies Message / intention ● Rhetorical / stylistic devices Techniques of argumentation / line of argument ● Style, register, tone Nr. 3: Comment (eigene Meinung) / ZeitungsKOMMENTAR Einleitung Interesse wecken / Relevanz hervorheben O When discussing ..., We need to ... O In order to achieve that goal, we need to ... Therefore, the question arises whether ... Hauptteil ● Eigene Meinung/These + Argumente ● 1 Absatz pro Argument Schluss Formal letter ● ● ο ο ο ο ο ο O O O O there are good reasons to support the view that ... Firstly... Secondly Finally.. Additionally / Furthermore / In addition ... Zusammenfassen All in all ... In conclusion To sum up, Discussion (pro/contra + eigene Meinung) Personal letter Both ... and ... Compared to On the one hand ... On the other hand ... Whereas ... As a consequence ./ as a result ... / therefore ... However.../Still, one must not forget that ... Even though it is important to mention that ... This view is not convincing because ... As a matter of fact, Undoubtedly .. Evidently.. Genau wie comment nur Pro-/Kontraargumente abwägen Eigene Adresse rechts oben Adresse des Empfängers links unten drunter ● Anrede: Taking everything into account ... After having balanced the pro and cons, I come to the conclusion that ... ... Dear Mr../Mrs.. (Name bekannt) Dear Sir/Madam (Name unbekannt) Schlussformel - yours sincerely (Name bekannt) - yours faithfully (Name unbekant) Voller Name Long forms (I am statt I'm) Formal, polite, complex Anrede: - Hi / Dear ... Schlussformel Letter to the editor - best wishes all the best, - see you soon ● Vorname reicht ● Short forms (I'm) Colloquial English (everyday English) ● Datum rechts oben Anrede: Sir/Madam (→ ohne "dear" !) ● ● ● Speech/talk/debate statement ● with reference to your article ." published on ..., I want to ... - I am writing you with reference to your article ". .", published on ... ● Meinung wiedergeben + Bezug zum Artikel After stuying the article carefully, I am sorry to say that I do not agree with the author's view that ... - I read the article with deep interest and therefor would like to take the chance to express my support for the author's view that Schlussformel einfach nur Name, Wohnort Sprache abhängig von Publikum Direkte Ansprache des Publikums ● Rhetorische Mittel/kommunikative Skills einbauen ● Ähnlich wie Comment: eigene Meinung Anrede Good evening/afternoon, ladies and gentlemen - dear fellow speakers ... - I am deeply honoured to have the opportunity to speak to you it is a regard pleasure for me to be here and to talk about such an important issue said, you don't ask what .... Ask instead what ... - as ... Hauptteil → comment Schluss 66 O Appell, Aufruf, Frage All my evidence points into one direction: - Looking at all the facts, I have to draw the conclusion that - Let me conclude with If we don't act now, we'll - I put my trust in you Interview ... that ... - Gesprochene Sprache nacheifern → question tags, Füllwöter (ehm, well...) Einleitung - Hello, ... . Nice to meet you. Thanks for coming. - nice to meet you too. - good evening. Tonight, we have ... on our show. Hello ... ! - Thank you for inviting me tonight. - our topic tonight is ... Hauptteil Fragen! → Details erfragen, nachhaken, Begründungen einfodern To start off, would you like to say something about ... - could you tell your listeners something about ... - I'm not sure if I understood that correctly - could you rephrase that? you just said -What do you mean by ... How does that fit into your previous statement about ... -I'm glad I brought that up, because -Let me explain that in some more detail -That's a good question, let me try to explain why ... -Lets get back to my original question ... Schluss Bewertung, Kommentar, Danken -I'm sorry to say that our time is up -Thank you it was a pleasure to talk to you -the pleasure was all mine, I'm glad I had the chance to present my views -You've given us some great insight into ... Article / report ● ● Objektiv !! Einleitung: - Knappe Überschrift Hauptteil: - W-Fragen - Informationen - Zitate/ Beispiele / Fakten - it is believed that ● - the police confirmed that ... - eye-witnesses report that ... - people are concerned / worried about ... Opening statement Auch so wie comment/discussion Einleitung: Thema interessant einführen → Interesse wecken → Fragestellung / Problem darlegen → Zuhörer ansprechen Hauptteil: eigene Meinung Schluss: Zusammenfassen → möglicherw. eine Lösung vorschlagen Nr. 4: Mediation Sinn übertragen (nicht Wort für Wort) → nur das Wichtigste Aufgabenstellung: - Adressat - Welche Informationen genau - entweder: letter, email, speech, article Rherotical / stylistic devices & communicative strategies Rhetorical/stylistic devices Anaphora →gleiches Anfangswort (Nobody. Nobody. And nobody ...) Alliteration → gleicher Anfangsbuchstabe ("red rose" / "bigger box") Contrast/antithesis → Gegenteil ("hot" - ,,cold") Enumeration Aufzählung (“a banana, an apple, a plum and a strawberry") Exaggeration / hyperbole → Übertreibung ("We've heard this a thousand times") Metaphor → Verbildlichung

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J

Julie

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11/12/10

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Useful Phrases Englisch

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 Englisch: useful phrases
Nr.1: Summary/Comprehension
Einleitung:
O W-Fragen
O
O
O
Thema einleiten
The text/excerpt/novel/short story "..."

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Vielen Dank, wirklich hilfreich für mich, da wir gerade genau das Thema in der Schule haben 😁

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Englisch: useful phrases Nr.1: Summary/Comprehension Einleitung: O W-Fragen O O O Thema einleiten The text/excerpt/novel/short story "..." written by ... and published on ... in ... deals with - is about discusses the question if ... - presents the problem of ... The speech "..." delivered by . on ... in ... addresses - explores the question whether ... deals with The cartoon "..." created by ... and published on ... in ... - is about ... - deals with the problem of ... - depicts an attitude towards - presents a possible view on ... Hauptteil: O Eigene Formulierungen Keine Zitate O Keine Wertungen (→sachlich) O The author.../ the reporter / the journalist observes that ... - adds that ... - claims ... - insists - declares - remarks affirms ... - states - refers to - examines ... - leaves unanswered if ... does not consider announces ... mentiones Nr. 2: Analysis ➤ Einleitung ● ● Bezug zur Aufgabenstellung O In the following, I will analyse ... These Hauptteil ● ● Analyse O The language employed stresses the view that ● Belege Zitate The author's intention in writing this article is to convince the readers about ... He tries to He stresses view that O O Indirect: the author... (cf. II. 1-5) Direct: - he says that "…..” (II. 1-5) Wirkung ● ● O O O O O ● ο O Schluss ● O ● O O Intention Fictional This particular choice of words underlines his view on ... This metaphor employed highlights the difference between This attracts the readers attention This invites the readers to sympathise/identify with ... The point of view adopted .... - creates - evokes - establishes A feeling of/...

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an ● Bezug zur These The author ... intends to means to aims to - aspires to Zusammenfassung Convinces/persuades/encourages/appeals to the audience Of his view that ... Of his believe that To feel responsible for ... To stand up against / for ... To take action against / for ... Atmosphere Setting (place, time) Characters / constellations / interactions atmosphere (Stage directions → Drama) monologue / dialogue who talks more? (lyric speaker) narrative techniques: - point of view perspective Non-Fictional - scenic /panoramic structure / plot tone - authors attitude towards the topic rhetorical/stylistic devices choice of words / word fields Communicative strategies Message / intention ● Rhetorical / stylistic devices Techniques of argumentation / line of argument ● Style, register, tone Nr. 3: Comment (eigene Meinung) / ZeitungsKOMMENTAR Einleitung Interesse wecken / Relevanz hervorheben O When discussing ..., We need to ... O In order to achieve that goal, we need to ... Therefore, the question arises whether ... Hauptteil ● Eigene Meinung/These + Argumente ● 1 Absatz pro Argument Schluss Formal letter ● ● ο ο ο ο ο ο O O O O there are good reasons to support the view that ... Firstly... Secondly Finally.. Additionally / Furthermore / In addition ... Zusammenfassen All in all ... In conclusion To sum up, Discussion (pro/contra + eigene Meinung) Personal letter Both ... and ... Compared to On the one hand ... On the other hand ... Whereas ... As a consequence ./ as a result ... / therefore ... However.../Still, one must not forget that ... Even though it is important to mention that ... This view is not convincing because ... As a matter of fact, Undoubtedly .. Evidently.. Genau wie comment nur Pro-/Kontraargumente abwägen Eigene Adresse rechts oben Adresse des Empfängers links unten drunter ● Anrede: Taking everything into account ... After having balanced the pro and cons, I come to the conclusion that ... ... Dear Mr../Mrs.. (Name bekannt) Dear Sir/Madam (Name unbekannt) Schlussformel - yours sincerely (Name bekannt) - yours faithfully (Name unbekant) Voller Name Long forms (I am statt I'm) Formal, polite, complex Anrede: - Hi / Dear ... Schlussformel Letter to the editor - best wishes all the best, - see you soon ● Vorname reicht ● Short forms (I'm) Colloquial English (everyday English) ● Datum rechts oben Anrede: Sir/Madam (→ ohne "dear" !) ● ● ● Speech/talk/debate statement ● with reference to your article ." published on ..., I want to ... - I am writing you with reference to your article ". .", published on ... ● Meinung wiedergeben + Bezug zum Artikel After stuying the article carefully, I am sorry to say that I do not agree with the author's view that ... - I read the article with deep interest and therefor would like to take the chance to express my support for the author's view that Schlussformel einfach nur Name, Wohnort Sprache abhängig von Publikum Direkte Ansprache des Publikums ● Rhetorische Mittel/kommunikative Skills einbauen ● Ähnlich wie Comment: eigene Meinung Anrede Good evening/afternoon, ladies and gentlemen - dear fellow speakers ... - I am deeply honoured to have the opportunity to speak to you it is a regard pleasure for me to be here and to talk about such an important issue said, you don't ask what .... Ask instead what ... - as ... Hauptteil → comment Schluss 66 O Appell, Aufruf, Frage All my evidence points into one direction: - Looking at all the facts, I have to draw the conclusion that - Let me conclude with If we don't act now, we'll - I put my trust in you Interview ... that ... - Gesprochene Sprache nacheifern → question tags, Füllwöter (ehm, well...) Einleitung - Hello, ... . Nice to meet you. Thanks for coming. - nice to meet you too. - good evening. Tonight, we have ... on our show. Hello ... ! - Thank you for inviting me tonight. - our topic tonight is ... Hauptteil Fragen! → Details erfragen, nachhaken, Begründungen einfodern To start off, would you like to say something about ... - could you tell your listeners something about ... - I'm not sure if I understood that correctly - could you rephrase that? you just said -What do you mean by ... How does that fit into your previous statement about ... -I'm glad I brought that up, because -Let me explain that in some more detail -That's a good question, let me try to explain why ... -Lets get back to my original question ... Schluss Bewertung, Kommentar, Danken -I'm sorry to say that our time is up -Thank you it was a pleasure to talk to you -the pleasure was all mine, I'm glad I had the chance to present my views -You've given us some great insight into ... Article / report ● ● Objektiv !! Einleitung: - Knappe Überschrift Hauptteil: - W-Fragen - Informationen - Zitate/ Beispiele / Fakten - it is believed that ● - the police confirmed that ... - eye-witnesses report that ... - people are concerned / worried about ... Opening statement Auch so wie comment/discussion Einleitung: Thema interessant einführen → Interesse wecken → Fragestellung / Problem darlegen → Zuhörer ansprechen Hauptteil: eigene Meinung Schluss: Zusammenfassen → möglicherw. eine Lösung vorschlagen Nr. 4: Mediation Sinn übertragen (nicht Wort für Wort) → nur das Wichtigste Aufgabenstellung: - Adressat - Welche Informationen genau - entweder: letter, email, speech, article Rherotical / stylistic devices & communicative strategies Rhetorical/stylistic devices Anaphora →gleiches Anfangswort (Nobody. Nobody. And nobody ...) Alliteration → gleicher Anfangsbuchstabe ("red rose" / "bigger box") Contrast/antithesis → Gegenteil ("hot" - ,,cold") Enumeration Aufzählung (“a banana, an apple, a plum and a strawberry") Exaggeration / hyperbole → Übertreibung ("We've heard this a thousand times") Metaphor → Verbildlichung