Frage von FigaroSchatz, 22

Present perefect simple übung kann ich nicht?

s all about the tenses! Put in the present perfect simple, the present perfect progressive and the simple past appropriately.

  1. I‘m exhausted! I have been working (work) all day, and I (finish) yet.
  2. A: Have you ever been (be) to London? B: Yes, I (spend) a week there in 2005.
  3. Sally has been trying (try) to lose weight for ages. She (lose) five kilos so far.
  4. Sam (arrive) in New York three days ago but he (call) his parents yet.
  5. Peter and Kate (know) each other since 2004. Last year they finally (get)married.
  6. A: Have you (see) these beautiful photos yet? B: No, I don‘t think so. When you (take) them?
  7. David (learn) for the English class test for days. He even (drink) a single cup of coffee to get through this.
  8. A: How long have the Potters had this car? B: I think they (have) it for two years now. They (buy) it in the spring and they drove to Paris at Easter.
  9. I think the waiter (forget) us. We (wait) here for over half an hour and nobody (take) our order yet.

Ich habe alles ausgefüllt aber alles war falsch bei dieser Übung kann mir jemand der reihenfolge nach die Antworten schreiben(immer vor den klammern kommt die Present perfect simple hin)

Danke im vorraus

Expertenantwort
von adabei, Community-Experte für Englisch, 7

Eigentlich mache ich so etwas normalerweise nicht, da du es ja selber verstehen sollst. Da du aber sagst, dass dein erster Versuch schon gescheitert ist ... ;-)

  1. I‘m exhausted! I have been working all day, and I haven't finished yet.
  2. A: Have you ever been to London? B: Yes, I spent a week there in 2005.
  3. Sally has been trying  to lose weight for ages. She has lost five kilos so far.
  4. Sam arrived in New York three days ago but he hasn't called his parents yet.
  5. Peter and Kate have known each other since 2004. Last year they finally got married.
  6. A: Have you seen these beautiful photos yet? B: No, I don‘t think so. When you did you take them?
  7. David has been studying for the English class test for days. He even drank a single cup of coffee to get through this.
  8. A: How long have the Potters had this car? B: I think they have had it for two years now. They bought it in the spring and they drove to Paris at Easter.
  9. I think the waiter has forgotten us. We have been waiting here for over half an hour and nobody has taken our order yet.

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Jetzt musst du natürlich versuchen zu verstehen, wann welche Zeit gesetzt wird.
Am einfachsten dürfte das bei den Sätzen sein, die eine eindeutige Zeitangabe der Vergangenheit enthalten, oder nach einem Zeitpunkt in der Vergangenheit fragen: a week in 2005 / three days ago / When? / last year / in spring / at Easter > In diesen Fällen kann nur das "Simple Past" stehen.

Zum Gebrauch des Present Perfect schau dir doch bitte das entsprechende Grammatik-Video von BildungInteraktiv an:


 

Kommentar von FigaroSchatz ,

Dankeschön ♥☻

Expertenantwort
von Bswss, Community-Experte für Englisch, 5

Zu 1: and I haven't finished yet.

zu 2: Have you ever been.... Yes, I spent  a week there...2

zu 9: ... we have been waiting here for...

Warum das aber so ist, musst Du VERSTEHEN. Vorsagen bringt nichts.

Die Regeln zu den Zeiten stehen mit absoluter Sicherheit in Deinem Englischbuch.

Kommentar von FigaroSchatz ,

Okay danke♥☻

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