Englisch 5a AB

The Simple Past

 

 

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positive sentences

·         Bei regelmäßigen Verben wird –ed angehängt:  laughed, looked, asked…

 

Tom laughed about his joke.

 

·         Bei unregelmäßigen Verben, wird die 2. Form aus der Liste im Buch (S. 228) verwendet:  met, went, did, ate, kept…

 

The girls went to school.

 

 

negative sentences

·         Der Satz wird durch didn´t + infinitive (Grundform) verneint. Es ist egal, ob das Verb regelmäßig oder unregelmäßig ist.

 

Tom didn´t laugh about his joke.

 

The girls didn´t go to school.

 

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questions

·         Fragen werden durch did + infinitive (Grundform) gebildet. Es ist egal, ob das Verb regelmäßig oder unregelmäßig ist.

 

Did Tom laugh about his joke?

 

Did the girls go to school?

 

Rewrite the sentences in the simple past!

Tom likes ice-cream.
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Ella and Ben have a good time together.
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My friend looks for a new car.
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John writes a letter to his new girlfriend.
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The Simple Past   Lösung

 

 

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positive sentences

·         Bei regelmäßigen Verben wird –ed angehängt:  laughed, looked, asked…

 

Tom laughed about his joke.

 

·         Bei unregelmäßigen Verben, wird die 2. Form aus der Liste im Buch (S. 267) verwendet:  met, went, did, ate, kept…

 

The girls went to school.

 

 

negative sentences

·         Der Satz wird durch didn´t + infinitive (Grundform) verneint. Es ist egal, ob das Verb regelmäßig oder unregelmäßig ist.

 

Tom didn´t laugh about his joke.

 

The girls didn´t go to school.

 

?

questions

·         Fragen werden durch did + infinitive (Grundform) gebildet. Es ist egal, ob das Verb regelmäßig oder unregelmäßig ist.

 

Did Tom laugh about his joke?

 

Did the girls go to school?

 

Rewrite the sentences in the simple past!

Tom likes ice-cream.
+ Tom liked ice-cream
Tom didn´t like ice-cream.
? Did Tom like ice-cream?
Ella and Ben have a good time together.
+ Ella and Ben had a good time together.
Ella and Ben didn´t have a good time together.
? Did Ella and Ben have a good time together?
My friend looks for a new car.
+ My friend looked for a new car.
My friend didn´t look for a new car.
? Did my friend look for a new car?
John writes a letter to his new girlfriend.
+ John wrote a letter to his new girlfriend.
John didn´t write a letter to his new girlfriend.
? Did John write a letter to his new girlfriend?