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Einsendeaufgabe zu LEF01 Nr. Aufgaben/Lösung Punkte 1.1 Progress test – Lektion 1 Please fill in many or much in the next sentences. a) He drank his coffee with many lumps of sugar and much milk. b) There were so many people that I couldn’t see much of the play. c) How much money did you pay for that basket of apples and how many apples are there in the basket? d) There was so much traffic on the road that I couldn’t count how many cars we met. e) At first he asked many questions, but later he didn’t speak very much. . 1.2­ In the following sentences…

Das Gerundium (The gerund)

Das Gerundium steht:

  • nach bestimmten Verben: to avoid, to enjoy, to imagine, to consider (in Betracht ziehen), to mention, to miss, to practise , to risk, to stop, to suggest

  • nach to love, to like, to hate, to start, to begin, to continue, to intend (beabsichtigen) und to prefer kann sowohl das Gerund als auch der Infinitiv stehen

Nicht nach would like to, would hate to, would prefer to

  • nach Präpositionen nach Verben, Adjektiven, Nomen.
    Bsp.: I don’t like the idea of going to the USA in the winter.
    Nancy is
    interested in playing music with the band

Des Gerund nach Präpositionen, die im Deutschen einen Nebensatz einleiten

After watching TV he went out.

Instead of taking the bus, he took the train

She used my umbrella without asking

My sister started to shout out me on hearing about my bad grades. (als sie . hörte)

People can lose weight by eating less.

Übersicht der Zeiten

to dig; 2 Pers. Sgl.


positive statement

negative statement


simple present

You dig.

You don’t dig.

Do you dig?

present progressive

You are digging.

You aren’t digging.

Are you digging?

simple past

You dug.

You didn’t dig.

Did you dig?

past progressive

You were digging.

You weren’t digging.

Were you digging?

simple present perfect

You had dug.

You haven’t dig.

Did you have dig?

present perfect progressive

You have been digging.

You haven’t been digging.

Have you been digging?

simle past perfect

You had dug.

You hadn’t dug.

Had you dug

will – future

You will dig.

You won’t dig.

Will you dig

going-to - future

You’re going to dig

You aren’t going to dig.

Are you going to dig?

to spend; 3. Pers. Sgl.

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positive statement

negative statement


simple present

He spends.

He doesn’t spend.

Does he spend?

present progressive

He is spending.

He isn’t spending.

Is he spending?

simple past

He spent.

He didn’t spend.

Did he spend?

past progressive

He was spending.

He wasn’t spending.

Was he spending?

simple present perfect

He has spent.

He hasn’t spent.

Has he spent?

present perfect progressive

He has been spending.

He hasn’t been spending.

Has he been spending?

simle past perfect

He had spent.

He had spent?

Had he spent?

will – future

He will spend.

He won’t spend.

Will he spend?

going-to - future

He is going to spend.

He isn’t going to spend.

Is he going to spend?

Verben, die in der Regel nicht in der Verlaufsform stehen


  • to understand

  • to know

  • to belong

  • to like

  • to love

  • to hate

  • to remenber

  • to be

  • to want

  • to prefer

  • to mean (bedeuten)

  • to belive

  • to seem

  • to depend

  • to need

  • (to) suppose

  • to realized (einsehen)

  • to have = im Sinne von “besitzen” (I have a rabbit)

  • to see

  • to hear

  • taste

  • to smell

  • to think im Sinne von glauben

We are having a lot of fun. We are having a party

I am seeing my doctor next week. to see = im Sinne von have a meeting, to visit

I am tinking of living in Australia next year. to think = im Sinne von “überlegen”

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