• E 9e Rak: Tandem-Practice 2
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  • 21.02.2019
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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...
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  • https://www.tutory.de/w/d0579790
    Writing
    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...
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    B
    Writing