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Wir sollten innerhalb der Schule im Rahmen des fächervebindenden Unterrichts einen Dialog in Gruppen zu je 4 Personen zu dem Thema "False Friends" gestalten.

Definition

Diese sogenannten "false Friends" sind Wörter, welche durch zu direkte Übersetzung oder durch den ähnlichen Klang der Wörter in Deutsch und in Englisch enstehen.

Dies kann zu lustigen oder ernsteren Verwechslungen führen.

Beispiele:

  • "Can I become a steak?"= "kann ich ein steak werden?", wenn man jedoch wünscht ein Steak zu bestellen, muss es "Can I get a steak?" heißen.
  • "Callboy"= Hotelpage
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Bei unserem Gespräch ging es um 2 Touristen in England, welchen typisch, aber auch weniger bekannte Fehler unterlaufen. Zu Beginn gibt es bereits erste gravierende Missverständnisse im Telefonat zwischen den beiden und der Rezeption, auch bei der Stadtführung kommt es zu Fehlern und beim Einkaufen schließlich müssen sie feststellen, dass eine korrekte Übersetung hilfreich für die Wahl der gwünschten Produkte ist. Die handelnden Personen sind 2 Touristen, der Manager des Hotels, ein Rezeptionist, ein Fremdenführer und ein Verkäufer.

Der Blog:
Tag 1: An unserem ersten Tag, haben wir uns mit Aufgaben zu jedem Themenbereich beschäftigt, das heißt wir haben bestimmte Aufgaben zu jedem Themenbereich gelöst. Diese Aufgaben wurden in den einzelnen Klassen gelöst. Am Ende des Tages haben wir uns dann in den einzelnen Gruppen zusammengefunden und unsere Wocheneinteilung besprochen.
Tag 2: Am zweiten Tag haben wir unsere eigentliche Aufgabe erhalten, wir sollten einen Dialog üper das Thema false friends erstellen und vorstellen. Dieser sollte min. 10min lang werden. Also haben wir einen ausgearbeitet und ihn verbessert.
Tag 3: Am dritten Tag haben wir diesen dann auswendig gelernt und ihn geübt.


False Friends Holidays


Teller: The Tourists reach their hotel room. First of all they unbox the suitcases, look out if the window and than they read some booklets. Suddenly the telephone rings...

Tourist 1: Hello?

Teller: It was the hotel service.

Service: Welcome in our wonderful spa hotel. How was your journey?

Tourist 1: It wasn't soooo good. We go by ferry and that was little bit long and not very interesting.

Service: Oh, is there anything what we can do for you? Maybe you like to have anything to eat or drink?

Tourist 1: Oh yes, can I become a pot of coffee please? And.... what do you like to have?

Tourist 2: Just a glass of water with lime pls.

Tourist 1: Ok, and he like to become a glass of water with lime.

Service: Uhm? … You mean “get”, right?

Tourist 1: Oh yeah, exactly. I'm sorry.

Service: We will send you a callboy.

Tourist 1: Pardon?! We just want to get our drinks please!!

Service: Hmm, wait! I send you our manager: He understands a little bit German. So I'm sure that he can help you.

Teller: ...and a few minutes later...

"Knock Knock"

Tourist 2: Oh hi! You are the manager, aren't you?

Manager: Yes of curse. I heard you've got a translation problem?

Tourist: Yes, we just like tor get our drinks, but they think we like to get a callboy.

Manager: Hmm … yeah, I understand it.Its's a really funny mistake. A callboy is here just the guy bringing your drinks to your room. I'm so sorry for this communication problem. OK, your drinks are on the way and I hope you'll have wonderful holidays. Good Bye!

Museum

Teller: After a few days of wonderful holidays they like to see the sights of the city, Let's see what kind of mistakes they also will make.

Tour Guide: Hello, I'm John Smith and I'm your Tour Guide today. I'd like to how you some interesting sights of our beautiful city. So firstable who are you?

Tourists: We are Tim & Tom from Germany.

Tour Guide: Ok nice to meet you, Tim & Tom. Do you have any questions?

Tourists: No, not yet.

Tour Guide: Cool. So just follow my orange umbrella please.

Tourists: Ok, lets go!

Teller: They saw many interesting things and as the reached the cathedral....

Tourist 2: This is a great dome.

Tourist 1: When was it build?

Tour Guide: Oh, it was build in 1742 and yes it's pretty awesome, but I think you have made a little mistake. Dome means just the top of the building: the Whole building correctly is called cathedral.

Tourist 2: OK, good to know.

Teller: Later in the car museum...

Tour Guide: In this is our brand new car museum.

Tourist 1: Look! The is a nice Old timer!

Tour Guide: I'm sry what do you mean?

Tourist: Ehm, this is a nice old car.

Tour Guide: You mean a classic car, doesn't you? Yeah this one is very old. It was build in 1930. And it's a very typical “Ford”.

Tourist: Ok, very interesting.

Shop

Teller: In the evening the tourists decide to go shopping.

Tourist 1: Hey, let's go. We want to go shopping.

Tourist 2: Yes, all right!

Teller: Later in the shop...

Shop Assist.: Hey, what can i do for you?

Tourist 1: We would like to buy marmalade.

Tourist 2: And i need a new watch and some chips.

Shop Assist.: Then we are the perfect store for you! Here you can see our best watch, it's very cheap, cool and handy!!

Tourist 2: No no, i don't want to call anyone with my watch!

Shop Assist.: You aren't from here, right? Handy means small and light like useful, not a mobile phone.

Tourist 1: Ah, we didn't know, Sorry.

Shop Assist.: No Problem, here are your chips.

Tourist 2: No no, not Pommes. I mean chips like Pringles!

Shop Assist.: Oh, but they are called crisps.

Shop Assist.: Don't forget your marmalade!!

Tourist 2: No, not orange!

Shop Assist.: But marmalade have got orange flavor every time!!

Tourist 2: We like to eat marmalade with strawberry flavor!

Shop Assist.: Ah, then you mean strawberry jam.

Tourist 1: Yes, of course.

Shop Assist.: Okay, here are your things.

Tourist 1: Thank you, how much does it cost?

Shop Assist.: 40.59£

Tourist 2: Just for the Jam?!

Tourist 1: It's a little bit expensive.

Shop Assist.: No it's cheap, i think you want to buy jam, crisps, and a watch.

Tourist 1: Oh, okay, here is your money.

Shop Assist.: Thank you, have a nice Day.

Tourist 2: Good Bye!

Teller: And after two weeks of wonderful holidays, the tourists fly back to germany.