Getting ready in the morning, heading to class, running errands, eating at the cafeteria, doing homework, and going shopping for groceries. All of these activities are part of your everyday life as a student, so it’s essential you learn how to talk about them. In this chapter, you’ll do just that by taking a chronological tour through einen typischen Tag (a typical day).
By the end of this chapter, you will be able to talk about many aspects of your day. You will have a good command of separable prefix verbs and negation, as well as the irregular verbs essen (to eat), fahren (to drive), laufen (to walk), nehmen (to take) and schlafen (to sleep). In addition, you will be familiar with a wealth of cultural information relating to shopping and eating in the Germanspeaking countries.