Frage von Mathematik28, 54

Wann wird was und were eingesetzt. Wird was und were nur bei unregelmäßigen Verben eingesetzt. Und wie weiß man das man was und were einsetzen muss?

Und ich weiß das, dass im Simple past steht.

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von AstridDerPu, Community-Experte für Englisch & lernen, 23

Hallo,

be = sein (Grundform)

Simple Past:

1.Person Singular - I was / I was not / was I ?

2.Person Singular - you were / you were not / were you?

3.Person Singular - he/she/it was / he/she/it was not was he/she/it

1.Person Plural - we were / we were not / were we?

2.Person Plural - you were / you were not / were you?

3.Person Plural - they were / they were not / were they?

was und were werden auch verwendet

- im Past Progressive/Continuous

were drückt nicht nur das Past aus, sondern ist auch Konjunktiv:

- if I were (a boy) = wenn ich ein Junge wäre

- if she were home = wenn sie zuhause wäre

= Conditional Sentence Type 2 (if-clause type 2)

AstridDerPu

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