Wieso ist die Lösung richtig?

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warten dauert, ankommen ist ein Zeitpunkt.

"when he had arrived" würde bedeuten, daß er schon längst vorher angekommen war, als Du (nachher) immer noch weiterhin auf den Bus wartetest (und nicht, daß er in einem Moment ankam, als Du auf den Bus wartetest).

"had been waiting" heißt ja auch nicht "hatte gewartet", sondern quasi "war mit Warten beschäftigt", "war dabei, zu warten" (normale Vergangenheit, aber continuous form).

Denk' ich doch.

Signalwort "when"-Welche Zeitform?

Der Satz sieht folgendermaßen aus:

___she___ (sleep) when he ___ (come) in?

Welche Zeitform gehört da hin? Und wie bildet man diese Zeitform? Danke im Voraus!

LG Chris :-)

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Participial clauses wie funktioniert das?

Hallo ich wollte mal fragen wie folgendes funktioniert : Transform the long clauses into participial clauses While John was waiting for his bus, he met his teacher. Kann mir bitte jemand anhand dieses Sätzen sagen, wie das funktioniert? Bin echt gerade am verzweifeln.

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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.

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Kann ich diese Zusammenfassung zum Buch The bottle Imp so lassen?

Hallo, ich weiß nicht, ob ich diese Zusammenfassung so stehen lassen kann! Es wäre nett, wenn ihr vielleicht mal schauen könntet, ob ich irgendwie Zeitfehler oder ähnliches drin habe .

summaryKeawe an Hawaiian, decided to go to San Francisco. There he noticed one beautiful house and stopped at it .Then the owner of the home came to him. Keawe said to the owner that he would like to have so a house, too. And so the owner meant, that he could have a house for 50 dollars when he bought a bottle with an Imp which fulfilled all his wishes . So Keawe bought this bottle. The owner of this bottle musn´t be in possession of it when he dies or his sole will burn in hell . It must sell cheaper than the owner has paid before. Keawe went to his friend Lopaka, and told him all what had done and everything about the bottle. Then they went together back to Hawaii. Upon arriving home Keawe discovered that his uncle had died and that he had left him a beautiful land at Hookena and exactly enough money to build the home of his dreams. Then Lopaka bought the bottle because keawe didn´t want this bottle anymore. Keawe accepted the good fortune and began living a life of contentment with a house of his dreams . Until he saw a beautiful woman names, Kokua. They wanted to marry. Then the rich Hawaiian went home and saw, that he had Chinese evil. He realized, that he couldn´t marry Kokua in this condition, so he decided that he had to find the magic bottle and must buy it back. Only doing this he become healthy and could marry his love. When he was back in San Francisco a white man had this bottle. But Keawe realized , that the price had dropped dramatically. The owner had paid two cents. Keawe decided that he will marry Kokua and so he bought the bottle for one cent. He wished that he is healthy. Now the Chinese evil was healded, but he always thought at this, that he can´t sell the bottle cheaper an that he must go to hell when he die. Then Keawe married Kokua. He told Kokua all from the beginning and said that he can´t sell the bottle cheaper then one cent. Then Kokua said that they had to go to a country where a penny is not the lowest coin. They went to an Island of France and sold the bottle for four centimes there. Then Kokua bought the bottle from her man with the help of an old man. She told the old man the whole story and that she will buy it back from him after he had bought it. The man bought it for four centime and she bought it for three back. Keawe discovered this and convinces another man to buy it for two centime with the promise, that Keawe will buy it back from him for one centime. The man who shall bought it for Keawe is a greedy and wicked man and as he had the bottle he wouldn´t sell it to Keawe. The wicked man didn´t care that he went to hell, because with this bottle he could wish himself everything he wanted. Now Keawe and Kokua are free and nobody of them must go to hell when he dies.

danke im vorraus lg

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Was ist an diesem Satz falsch und warum? Bitte helft mir, schreibe morgen eine Ka

  1. Frage: Ich schreibe morgen eine Englisch-Klassenarbeit und möchte gerne wissen warum in diesesm Satz: " When they arrived at the Canyon, Jake and his dad had been on the road for four days " ein had been ist... also was ist die Regel dafür, dass da ein had been ist?

  2. Frage: Heißt es " the Table stand oder the Table STANDS ? " bin mir da nicht so ganz sicher.

Danke schon mal im Vorraus :D

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English reported speech (backshift of tenses)?

Hallo,

Ich habe eine Frage zu folgendem Satz:

Walter: “I have been cleaning the house for the entire day, that's why I needed a break.”

Ich würde das so umformen:

Walter claimed that he had been cleaning the house for the entire day, and that he had needed a break.

Stimmt das?

Und gibt es irgendwelche Regeln, wenn es zwei Tenses in einem Satz gibt?

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