Englisch: Wann benutzt man was / were?

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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

Was ist Singular und were ist Plural

I was

It was

Der Rest ist were

Das Alles ist simple past

Was= Einzahl
Were = Mehrzahl

Und bei 2. Form - Singular also "You". Es heißt z.B. "You were in the club yesterday" (:

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Sry bin da überfragt.

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@yakuza90

Er hat dich nichts gefragt, sondern deinen Fehler korrigiert.

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Hallo!

Was: Einzahl

Were: Mehrzahl

Grüße, Dreams97

I = was

you = were

he, she, it = was

we = were

you = were

they = were

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