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32 | Das Video
The video

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Talk about law and permissions, describe people’s actions
Noun-noun composites: Wohnungseingang / Hausflur / Hausmeister

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Translations

Paul Paul (name)
noun (m.)
muss must
verb
das the (neuter); that
article
Buch book
noun (n.)
finden to find
verb
. Es gibt there is eine a / one
article / numeral
Kamera camera
noun (f.)
in in; into
preposition
Pauls Paul's
noun
Hausflur entrance hall; corridor of the building
noun (m.)
. Jetzt now; currently
adverb
will want(s)
verb
er he
personal pronoun
das the (neuter); that
article
Video video
noun (n.)
sehen to see
verb
. Und and
conjunction
der the (masculine)
article
Vermieter landlord
noun (m.)
erlaubt allows
verb
es it
personal pronoun
Paul Paul (name)
noun (m.)
.

Paul has to find the book. There’s a camera in the hallway of Paul‘s apartment building. Now he wants to see the video. And the landlord allows Paul to do it. (main verb “to do” is dropped)

Hausmeister:caretaker; janitor
noun (m.)
Ja yes (OR: modal particle for surprise or confirmation)
particle
?

Caretaker: Yes?

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New words

 

circa
approximately

duschen
to shower

der Eingang
the entrance

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Ich bin Paul

Greet someone, speak formally
Personal pronouns: Sie, ich, er