• Questions in simple present and simple past - Linking words
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Si­gnal words - wie er­ken­ne ich das simp­le pre­sent und simp­le past?

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Schaue dir als ers­tes das Verb im Satz an. In wel­cher Zeit­form steht das Verb?


I al­ways go to school at half past seven.

In die­sem Satz steht das Verb im simp­le pre­sent. Es ist un­re­gel­mä­ßig (go - went - gone).
Simp­le pre­sent

Das simp­le pre­sent ver­wen­den wir bei Hand­lun­gen in der Ge­gen­wart (Prä­sens). Schaue dir das Verb an.

Si­gnal words : simp­le pre­sent

al­ways: immer

so­me­times: manch­mal

usu­al­ly: ge­wöhn­lich/ nor­ma­ler­wei­se

never: nie

every day/ week: jeden Tag/ jede Woche

sel­dom: sel­ten

often: oft

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Schaue nun nach SI­GNAL WORDS im Satz:

I al­ways go to school at half past seven.
Simp­le past

Das simp­le past ver­wen­den wir bei ab­ge­schlos­se­nen Hand­lun­gen in der Ver­gan­gen­heit.

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Schaue dir wie­der als ers­tes das Verb im Satz an. In wel­cher Zeit­form steht das Verb?


I went to school at 8 o'clock yes­ter­day.

In die­sem Satz steht das Verb im simp­le past. Es ist un­re­gel­mä­ßig (go - went - gone).
Si­gnal words : simp­le past

yes­ter­day: ges­tern

last week: letz­te Woche

last month: letz­ten Monat

in 2015: 2015

five days ago: vor fünf Tagen

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Schaue nun nach SI­GNAL WORDS im Satz:

I went to school at 8 o'clock yes­ter­day.

Ques­ti­ons in the simp­le pre­sent

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Über­set­ze die si­gnal words des simp­le pre­sent
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Do oder does?

Bei den Per­so­nal­pro­no­men  I, you, we und they ver­wen­dest du immer do.

"Do you play foot­ball every week?"

+ Yes, I do.

  • No, I don't.



Bei he, she it ver­wen­dest du immer does.

"Does he play foot­ball every week?"

+ Yes. he does.

  • No, he doesn't.

al­ways



usu­al­ly



never



every week/ day



sel­dom



so­me­times



often



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Setze do - don't oder does - doesn't in die Lü­cken ein.
Un­ter­strei­che die si­gnal words.

Dad: We go to the su­per­mar­ket. Sarah, do you so­me­times eat ve­ge­ta­bles?

San­dra: Yes, I do.

San­dra: Mom, Lücke you go to the su­per­mar­ket every week?

Mom: Yes, I Lücke.

San­dra: What about Dad? Lücke he usu­al­ly come with you?

Mom: No, he Lücke.

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Form ques­ti­ons in the simp­le pre­sent.

You - often - (to) watch - TV ?

Do you often watch TV?

Chris - so­me­times - (to) play - with toys ?



You - (to) speak - Eng­lish - every day?



Your mom - often - (to) go - shop­ping ?



We - never - (to) cook - nice food ?



They - usu­al­ly - (to) come - to par­ties ?



Ques­ti­ons in the simp­le past

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Über­set­ze die si­gnal words des simp­le past
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last week



yes­ter­day



In 1950



last Mon­day



last month



five days ago



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Setze did und didn't in die Lü­cken ein.
Un­ter­strei­che die si­gnal words.

Ali: Mom, did you buy me the T-​shirt yes­ter­day?

Mom: No, I didn't. There was too much work to do.

Ali: Oh, okay. Lücke you visit aunt Sab­bah last week?

Mom: Yes, I Lücke. She is fee­ling bet­ter now.

Ali: That's good to hear. Lücke she have the ope­ra­ti­on last Sun­day?

Mom: No, she Lücke. Her leg was too swol­len (ge­schwol­len).





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Form ques­ti­ons in the simp­le past.

You - (to) go - to school - last weekend ?

Did you go to school last weekend?

Chris - so­me­times - (to) play - with toys ?



You - (to) speak - Eng­lish - every day?



Your mom - often - (to) go - shop­ping ?



We - never - (to) cook - nice food ?



They - usu­al­ly - (to) come - to par­ties ?



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Ent­schei­de: Steht der Satz im simp­le pre­sent oder simp­le past? Schaue dir das Verb und si­gnal word an und schrei­be in die rech­te Spal­te.

Do you often go shop­ping?

simp­le pre­sent

Did you sleep well last night?

simp­le past

Did you go shop­ping yes­ter­day?



Does your fri­end so­me­times come over?



Did your grand­pa fi­nish school in 1950?



Do we never watch TV?



Does your fa­mi­ly so­me­times visit you?



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