Transkript Linking Words: cause, reference, opinion, acknowledgement, contrast, conclusion
Hello! My name ist Camilla and I come from England. Heute werden wir weiter über Bindewörter lernen. Also, Link words (part two). I hope your excited? Die Kategorien sind: cause (Grund oder Ursache), reference (Bezugname), opinion (Meinung), acknowledgement (Zugeständnis); contrast ( Gegensatz) and conclusion (Schlußfolgerung). Also, fangen wir bei "cause" (Grund) an. as/since/because The novel was so successful because of its fantastical narrative. for She loved him, for he was the only man who understood her. on account of / because of On account of its heretical content, the novel was banned for many years. "heretical" heißt "ketzerisch". owing to
Owing to the large amount of the difficult words, many pupils dont like to read Shakespeare.
Thanks to the author's autobiography, we know what life was like when he was writing.
Die nächste Kategorie ist "reference".
concerning / relating to
Relating to his earlier work, his use of allegory was not so strong.
regarding / as regards to
Regarding to use imagery, I find that...
The questions pertaining to literature analysis are difficult to answer.
as far as ... is concerned
As far as poetry is concerned, I am not interested!
Jetzt machen wir weiter mit "opinion" (Meinung).
in my opinion / to my mind
In my opinion all school pupils schould read "The Guardian" newspaper.
as far as I am concerned
As far as I am concerned, Salman Rushdies's exile provided him with a lot of publicity.
Personally, I believe man never set foot on the moon.
I am of the opinion that
I am of the opinion, that the language in "The Satanic Verses" is the novel's strongest appeal.
Jetzt haben wir "acknowledgement" (Zugeständnis).
nevertheless / nonetheless
The text is long and heavy, but nonetheless an exciting read.
Of course, the text is a classic, but that does not mean it is good!
The protagonist is after all doomed from the start.
"to be doom" heißt "zum Scheitern verurteilt sein".
The protagonist ist cold and unfriendly, but still, she has a good heart. all / just the same
All the same, he convinces us of the innocence by the end of the novel.
"innocence" heißt "Schuldlosigkeit".
maybe or perhaps
The reader is given hope that maybe they will not commit suicide.
I did not like the protagonist, however kind he appears to be.
Jetzt kommt die Kategorie "contrast" (Gegensatz).
He was in a prison cell, but in his mind he was free.
despite / inspite of
Despite Murakami's language being very minimalistic, his imagery is extremely detailed.
Unlike most authors of her time, he was not affraid to say what she thought.
If we consider his later works, his first novel was boring by contrast.
in contrast to
In contrast to his love for women, Mark had little respect for friends and collegues.
whereas / while or on the other hand
The novel had a big impact, whereas its style is quite weak.
on the contrary
Her character is not pleasant, on the contrary, she is mean to everyone she meets.
The text does, however, still reach an enjoyable conclusion.
Keats died very young. Even so, he produced many delightfull works.
"delightfull" heißt "reizend" oder "sehr angenehm".
Und die letzte Kategorie ist "conclusion" (Schlußfolgerung).
consequently or therefore or as a result
He committed suicide and, as a result, became famous!
accordingly or for that reason
We have reached the end of the video and accordingly I am going to cheer.
Also, ich hoffe dass du deinen Wortschatz ein bisschen erweitern konntest und dass du jetzt so eine lange Liste hast mit neuen Wörtern. Viel Spass damit und bis zum nächsten Mal!
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Linking Words: emphasis, comparison, extension, modification, demonstration
Linking Words: cause, reference, opinion, acknowledgement, contrast, conclusion