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To be

(To be)

Einführung

Wir verwenden das Verb „to be" mit
Zum Beispiel:

Präsens Vergangenheit
I am tired. / I'm tired. I was tired.
She is a doctor. / She's a doctor. She was a doctor.
They are students. / They're students. They were students.
I am here. I was here.
We are at the hospital. We were at the hospital.

Teil 1 - „be" (positiv)

Wir verwenden:
„am", „is", „are" / „'m", „'s", „'re"
or „was" / “were".


Zum Beispiel – Präsens:

I am

(I'm)
happy.
She / He / It is

(She's / He's / It's)
You
We
They
are

(You're
We're
They're)

I am

(I'm)
an engineer.
She / He / It is

(She's / He's / It's)
You are

(You're
We're
They're)
an engineer.
engineers.
We
They
engineers.

Zum Beispiel – Vergangenheit:

I
She / He / It
was happy.
You
We
They
were
I
She / He / It
was an engineer.
You were an engineer.
engineers.
We
They
engineers.

Übungen

Vervollständigen Sie die Sätze mit der richtigen positiven Form des Verbs „be".


Präsens
  • I hungry.
     
  • My sister and I singers.
     
  • My dog very young.
     

Vergangenheit
  • It a dangerous mountain.
     
  • They late for work.
     
  • The house very old.
     

Teil 2 - „be" (negativ))

Um einen negativen Satz zu bilden, verwenden Sie
„am not", „is not", „are not" / „'m not", „isn't", „aren't"
oder „wasn't" / „weren't".



Zum Beispiel – Präsens:

I am not
'm not
happy.
She / He / It is not
isn't
You
We
They
are not
aren't

I am not
'm not
an engineer.
She / He / It is not
isn't
You are not
aren't
an engineer.
engineers.
We
They
are not
aren't
engineers.

Zum Beispiel – Vergangenheit:

I
She / He / It
was not
wasn't
happy.
You
We
They
were not
weren't

I
She / He / It
was not
wasn't
an engineer.
You were not
weren't
an engineer.
engineers.
We
They
engineers.

Übungen

Vervollständigen Sie die Sätze mit der richtigen Negativform des Verbs „be".


Präsens
  • Polly an actress.
     
  • David and Jim fat.
     
  • I a good swimmer.
     

Past
  • The weather good yesterday.
     
  • My parents poor.
     
  • We at the cinema last night.
     

Teil 3 - „be“ (Fragen)

Um Fragen zu stellen, setzen wir
„am", „is", „are" oder „was", „were" vor das Subjekt.


Zum Beispiel – Präsens:

Am I happy?
Is she / he / it
Are you
we
they

Am I an engineer?
Is she / he / it
Are you an engineer?
engineers?
we
they
engineers?

Zum Beispiel – Vergangenheit:

Was I
she / he / it
happy?
Were you
we
they

Was I
she / he / it
an engineer?
Were you an engineer?
engineers?
we
they
engineers?

Übungen

Vervollständigen Sie die Fragen mit der korrekten Form des Verbs „be".


Präsens
  • Pierre French?
     
  • the books on the shelf?
     
  • I late?
     

Vergangenheit
  • your parents at home?
     
  • he a fireman.
     
  • I right?
     

Weitere Übungen

Wählen Sie die richtige Antwort zur Vervollständigung des Satzes: a, b, c oder d

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Literaturhinweise

Das Verb „be" ist auch ein Hilfsverb und wird verwendet, um die Verlaufsform von Zeiten zu bilden:
Eine Erklärung dieser Zeiten finden Sie auf getrennten Arbeitsblättern.

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