He / She/ It das S muss mit?
Kurze Frage zur Regel "He/she/It" Das "S" muss mit. Mich quält diese Frage den ganzen Tag -.- !
Guckt was ich meine:
He goes to school, because he ( goes oder go ) to school ?
Das gleiche auch im simple past:
He went because he (went oder go) ?
Im Präsens (Gegenwart) gilt die Regel he, she, it... das 's' muss mit!
He goes to school, she buys a ticket, it is cold outside, he flies to London, she lives in England.
Bei der Vergangenheit gibt es diese Regel nicht!
He went to school, she bought a ticket, it was* cold outside, he flew to London, she lived in England!
* bei 'was' ist es nur Zufall, weil es ein unregelmäßiges Verb ist!
Wenn du bei he/she/it sagst : He doesnt go to school... dann must du nicht goes sondern go schreiben weil das S von ( goeS) schon im (doeSnt) ist,
Wenn du bei he/she/it schreibst : He goes to school ... muss das S zu goes.
Also nochmal alles in einem:
bei Verneinungen ( bei he/she/it) must du also das S weglassen von dem Verb (goes oder anderen verben)
ohne verneinung muss das S zum verb ( zu goes oder anderen verben)
Hoffe ich konnte dir helfen bei nachfragen adde auf skype Vincent Plotzke ( bin 11 )
- Kein Komma vor because.
- Er geht zur Schule, weil er zur Schule geht???
He goes to school.
...because he goes to school.
He went to school.
...because he went to school.
Ehrlich gesagt, verstehe ich dein Problem nicht.
Der Merksatz, he/she/it, das s muss mit oder he/she/it comes with an s.
gilt nur für das Present Simple.
he, she, it - das -s muss mit? Gibt es Ausnahmefälle?
Hallo community, wollte mal gerne wissen ob es Immer so ist mit dem HE she it ?
Gibt es auch wörter wo das ende ohne -s gebildet wird?
Was ist mit Simple Past ?
Englisch Grammatik Hilfe Text
Hallo, könnte mal jemand über diesen Text schauen und nach der Grammatik gucken, ob da alles passt? Das wäre toll (;
The role oft he movie industry in the ‘Greyhound Tragedy’ story
Who does not dream to be a star in Hollywood? The girl in the story doing it, she has a big dream. She wants to be a famous personality, like the people in her magazines. Her father has a different opinion, he wants his daughter to deal with real things and marry a young Ford salesman. Her father is he manager of a Penny’s, he knows how the hard, real life goes, therefore he dislike the plan of the girl, also because she is at home for just about 3 years, since she is out of Highshool. From 1929 to 1948 the Great Depression dominate the United States. It began in August 1929, when the United States economy first went into an economic recession. During this time, the desire to become famous in Los Angeles gave many people emotional foodhold. L.A. ist he biggest town in California and the heart oft he movie industry, because of that, this town is so legendary. The girl with the dream only sees the glory, positive site of the famous life. But many stars struggling with depressions, because they are always in public and they have to act perfectly. Every false face, every wrong step, every stupid comment…the press speculate about everything and they publish, what the majority want to read. They tear up their mouths about everything. The girl is oblivious, she wants this wants to be a star and she wants to die like a star - beautiful. Mostly, this are the dreams of the younger generation. The movie industry dizzle them with glitter and glory. There are 3 possibilities how this ends: you become a star, you don’t become a star, or you do not even dare to go to Hollywood and end like the girl in the story, with a great life you don’t want.
English Grammatik u. Rechtschreibung
Hallo, Kann mir jemand helfen den Text auf Fehlern zu korrigieren. Oder auch Verbesserungsvorschläge. Danke im vorraus :-)
Panchito´s family are migrant workers from Mexico. They travel from place to place in California to pick crops. One day the best part of the strawberry season was over. So the family must moved to Fresno. When they arrived at Mr. Sullivan, he told them that they can work here throughout the whole season. Thy new home was an old garage. On the following day Panchito felt sick during the work because it was very hot. When the school bus arrived Panchito and his brother Roberto hid. Roberto was said about it. When the grape saeson was over Panchito was able to go to school. He got the school bus for the first time that year. When he arrived he went to the office. A woman brought him to his new classroom. Mr. Lema the teacher gave him a desk. Panchito was not good in English, so Mr. Lema helped him and wanted to teach him how to play a trumpet. When he got home this day, he saw that the boxes were packed again.
Simple present und simple past sätze bilden bzw. Umstellen. Help?
Ich schreibe am Montag eine arbeit und muss sowelche sätze umstellen:
Jessica goes to the shop at 6 am.=> Jessica went to the shop at 6 am.
(War der satz auch falsch bzw. Umstellung)
unterschied von "used to" und "use to"
Hey, Ich schreib bald ne Englischarbeit über "used to" ich habe jetzt aber in einem Beispiel im Heft das hier gesehen:
*He didn't** **use**** to live there.*
und: He never used to live there.
und: Did he use to sing?
Wann kommt "use to" und wann "used to"? außerdem ist "use to" doch nicht im "simple past" oder? und im Buch steht, dass used to nur im simple past benutzt werden kann...
ich würde mich sehr freuen, wenn ihr mir helfen würdet LG !!!
Summary + Characterisation, korrektur, dringend?
Summery's: The shortstory ‚Patricia’ written by Fraser Sutherland deals with two friends, where the boy has a crush on the girl, but never told it, until a spring dance in their school comes. He forces himself to ask her, to go with her to the dance and does it, but she declines his question and at the end, both go not to the dance and go different ways too.
The shortstory ‘Patricia’ written by Fraser Sutherland deals with two friends, where the boy has a crush on the girl, but never told it. In their school there goes a spring dance and the boy forces himself to ask her, to go with her to the dance, does it, but she just diclines his question and at the end, both of them, go not to the dance and go different ways too
was wirkt besser und richtiger, zumindest einigermaßen?
Characterisation The following text is a characterisation of the boy, one of the two main characters in the story ‘Patricia’.
The boy is a student around 16 or 17 years, how it could be assumed, because he is close to his final exams (l. 55) and his voice breaks and so ‘He [is] changing’(fg.l. 19). Furthermore the character seems to be very sporty and active, just look at the scene, where he stands in front of the mirror and ‘[looks] at himself’ and his muscles (fg.l.5) - what means, that he must be ambious too, because he worked hard, to get them. The boy could be characterized as really attentive, how the behavior shows it, related to Patricia (fg. l.7-19). ‘He [spend] an hour talking with her’ and ‘[think] a lot about asking her to go [with him]’, but he have not the guts to say directly, that he wants to go with her to the spring dance, what makes him not self-confident.
To sum it up, the boy is ambious as related to Particia, but calm, without selfconfidence, but (Mir fällt nicht ein, wie es genau zusammenfassen könnte :x)