45: Haben Sie Fieber? | Do you have a fever?

Name body parts, describe your illness to the doctor & personal pronouns in the accusative: mich / dich / ihn / uns / euch & introduction to the n-declension.

Paul is at the doctor’s because he got sick. The caretaker replies to his message: There are no cameras on the outside of Paul’s apartment building. So it is unknown if the book was thrown down from the balcony. Paul‘s friends are all angry, but he is able to make them understand his situation a bit. He gets a medical certificate and a prescription for sleeping pills. He thinks about getting the police involved. Will Paul get the police involved to investigate against his friends?

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1 | Ich bin Paul

I am Paul

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Topic: greet someone, speak formally
Grammar: personal pronouns: Sie, ich, er

German lessons: 1 | Ich bin Paul / I am Paul: Paul and Meili meeting for the first time Topic: greet someone, speak formally Grammar: personal pronouns: Sie, ich, er

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