• E 9e Rak: Tandem-Practice 2
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  • 30.06.2020
  • Allgemeine Hochschulreife
  • Englisch
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Com­ple­te the sen­ten­ces below. Put the verbs of per­cep­ti­on in the right tense and choo­se whe­ther to use a par­ti­ci­ple or an in­fi­ni­ti­ve! Once both of you are done, start com­pa­ring by rea­ding out the sen­ten­ces to each other. While lis­te­n­ing to your part­ner, check his/her an­s­wers!

Part­ner A - exer­cise

Part­ner B - so­lu­ti­ons

  • When I ar­ri­ved at school early yes­ter­day, I (hear – so­me­o­ne – speak) loud­ly in the cor­ri­dor.



  • I (hear – them – men­ti­on) my best fri­end Linda’s name, so I tried to lis­ten.



  • After a while, one of the te­achers (no­ti­ce – me – stare) at them.



  • The next mo­ment, I (hear – the bell – ring) and went to my class­room.



  • I wan­ted to talk to Linda, but I couldn’t (see - her - sit) any­whe­re in the class­room.
  • ...I saw two te­achers ar­guing...






  • I watched the te­achers ge­s­t­uri­ng...






  • ...could see her get­ting...








  • ...feel mys­elf get­ting...







  • ...no­ti­ced so­me­thing re­al­ly stran­ge hap­pe­ning...
A
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Com­ple­te the sen­ten­ces below. Put the verbs of per­cep­ti­on in the right tense and choo­se whe­ther to use a par­ti­ci­ple or an in­fi­ni­ti­ve! Once both of you are done, start com­pa­ring by rea­ding out the sen­ten­ces to each other. While lis­te­n­ing to your part­ner, check his/her an­s­wers!

Part­ner B - exer­cise

Part­ner A - so­lu­ti­ons

  • ...I heard so­me­o­ne spea­king...





  • I heard them men­ti­on...







  • ... no­ti­ced me sta­ring...






  • ...I heard the bell ring...






  • ...see her sit­ting...
  • I wal­ked around a cor­ner and I (see – two te­achers – argue).


  • I (watch – the te­achers – ge­s­ture) wild­ly, but I couldn’t un­der­stand what they were say­ing.


  • I could (see – her – get) re­al­ly angry then, so I quick­ly wal­ked off.



  • Ar­ri­ving there, I could (feel - mys­elf - get) a litt­le upset.



  • 'Where might she be?', I won­de­red, when I (no­ti­ce - so­me­thing re­al­ly stran­ge - hap­pen) out­si­de...
B
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