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  1. KAPITEL THE Adjective – DAS EIGENSCHAFTSWORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
  2. KAPITEL THE ADVERB – DAS UMSTANDSWORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
  3. KAPITEL THE ARTICLE – DER ARTIKEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
  4. KAPITEL CONDITIONS – BEDINGUNGSSÄTZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
  5. KAPITEL THE FUTURE – DIE ZUKUNFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
  6. KAPITEL Gerund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
  7. KAPITEL THE IMPERATIVE – DIE BEFEHLSFORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
  8. KAPITEL THE INDIRECT OR REPORTED SPEECH – DIE INDIREKTE REDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
  9. KAPITEL THE INFINITIVE – DIE NENNFORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
10. KAPITEL INFINITIVE ODER “ING-FORM? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
11. KAPITEL MODAL VERBS – HILFSVERBEN DER AUSSAGEWEISE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
12. KAPITEL THE PASSIVE VOICE – DIE LEIDEFORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
13. KAPITEL THE PAST PERFECT TENSE – DIE VORVERGANGENHEIT/DAS PLUSQUAMPERFEKT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
14. KAPITEL THE PAST TENSE – DIE MITVERGANGENHEIT/DAS IMPERFEKT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
15. KAPITEL THE POSSESSIVE CASE – DER 2. (BESITZANZEIGENDE) FALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
16. KAPITEL PREPOSITIONS – VORWÖRTER/PRÄPOSITIONEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
17. KAPITEL THE PRESENT PARTICIPLE – DAS MITTELWORT DER GEGENWART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
18. KAPITEL THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE – DIE VERGANGENHEIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
19. KAPITEL THE PRESENT TENSE – DIE GEGENWART/DAS PRÄSENS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
21. KAPITEL PRONOUNS – FÜRWÖRTER/PRONOMEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
22. KAPITEL QUESTION AND NEGATION – FRAGE UND VERNEINUNG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
23. KAPITEL RELATIVE CLAUSES – RELATIVSÄTZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
24. KAPITEL SINGULAR AND PLURAL – EINZAHL UND MEHRZAHL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
25. KAPITEL SOME & ANY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
26. KAPITEL WORD ORDER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

ADDITIONAL EXERCISES
  1. KAPITEL – ADJECTIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
  2. KAPITEL – ADVERB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
  3. KAPITEL – ARTICLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
  4. KAPITEL – CONDITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
  5. KAPITEL – FUTURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
  6. KAPITEL – GERUND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
  8. KAPITEL – REPORTED SPEECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
  9. KAPITEL – INFINITIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
10. KAPITEL – INFINITIVE ODER “ING-FORM” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
11. KAPITEL – MODAL VERBS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
12. KAPITEL – PASSIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
13. KAPITEL – PAST PERFECT TENSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
14. KAPITEL – PAST TENSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
15. KAPITEL – POSSESSIVE CASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
17. KAPITEL – PRESENT PARTICIPLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
18. KAPITEL – PRESENT PERFECT TENSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
19. KAPITEL – PRESENT TENSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
21. KAPITEL – PRONOUNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
22. KAPITEL – QUESTION AND NEGATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
23. KAPITEL – RELATIVE CLAUSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
24. KAPITEL – SINGULAR AND PLURAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
25. KAPITEL – SOME & ANY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

VOKABELVERZEICHNIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

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1. KAPITEL: The Adjective – das Eigenschaftswort


A1
1.  Joe didn’t write the English test on Wednesday because he was ill and had to stay in bed. He was quite
happy about it because it was a difficult test and Joe isn’t so good at English. Now he has more time to study,
but he still isn’t well. His doctor said, “A sick child should not worry about school!”, and I think he’s right.
2.  My dad always says that it wasn’t easy to be young when he was a kid. School was hard work, people didn’t
have much money, and most parents were very strict. So I’m really happy to live in our days. School is okay, I
have enough money, and my parents are great – most if the time. I feel good!
3.  “Apollo 13” is an exciting film with some great actors. It is based on a true story: the dangerous accidents
on the way to the moon and the heroic fight of the people in the space ship and on the ground to save the
crew. For three long days, they worked very hard to repair the damage, and it worked! In the end, the men
were safe and everybody was happy.
4.  Grandma is an excellent cook. Her roasts and her pies are wonderful and her soups are very good, too. She
uses very old recipes from her grandmother’s time, but she also tries out some new ones from time to time.
Last Saturday, for example, she made roast lamb with exotic spices and wild rice, and it tasted fantastic! I
think it will become my favourite dish!
5.  Melanie is a very pretty girl. She has beautiful green eyes, long dark hair and a lovely smile. She is an
outstanding student and a very gifted singer and dancer. But she has a big problem – she gets angry very
often, and then she isn’t very nice.

B 2
1.  Both the Irish and the Welsh speak a Celtic language.   2.  The young can still learn a lot from the old.  
3.  The British, the French and the Dutch had colonies in Asia.   4.  They say that at Halloween, the dead
come back for one night.   5.  The rich live in luxury, but the poor don’t have enough to eat.   6.  What’s
the English name of the western “Zwei glorreiche Halunken”? – I think it’s “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly“,
although there are three and not two.   7.  The Chinese and the Japanese eat with chop sticks.   8.  In the
USA, the whites still earn more money than the blacks.   9.  There are special schools for the blind in our
town.   10.  Mother Teresa took care of the sick in the streets of Kolkata, India.

C3
1.  New cars are more expensive than old ones.   2.  Old wines taste better than young ones.   3.  Please
give me the blue sweater, not the black one.   4.  It’s easier to ski on short skis than on long ones.   5.  As
a young man, Dad drove cheap cars. Now he has an expensive one.   6.  Tom is crazy! He prefers difficult tests
to easy ones.   7.  Mum, I need new jeans. – Why? What’s wrong with the old ones? 8.  Why did you buy a
new PC? – The old one was too slow for me.   9.  There are only cheap tickets left. The expensive ones have
all been sold.   10.  Which dress should I wear? The old one or the new one? – I think you look better in the
old one.

D 4
1.  expensive old Scotch whisky 2.  new black wooden chairs 3.  a small red Japanese metal box
4.  dirty old blue jeans 5.  a big new leather suitcase 6.  a big old pink American car 7.  a
funny new plastic garden gnome 8.  excellent hot Chinese soup 9.  a pretty dark-haired Greek girl
10.  wonderful old Austrian songs 11.  an excellent new French film 12.  cheap Italian red wine

E 5
1.  most expensive – more expensive 2.  larger – more comfortable – many 3.  prettiest – prettier – latter
– nicer 4.  old – elder – older 5.  ill – better 6.  farthest 7.  further 8.  earliest – last

F 6
1.  more petrol – less money 2.  best – as horrible as 3.  (the) least – the most awful 4.  taller
than my elder brother – older than I 5.  less expensive than I thought 6.  the best part – much better
7.  as tall as him – taller than him 8.  worse today than yesterday – as soon as possible 9.  more than
200,000 people – the most terrible natural disaster

G 7
1.  better and better 2.  more and more people 3.  darker and darker – more and more frightening
4.  more and more arrogant 5.  fewer and fewer things – more and more money 6.  more and more
interesting 7.  farther and farther away 8.  less and less 9.  more and more nervous

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H 8
1.  The higher the mountain, the thinner the air.   2.  The older I get, the more I know.   3.  The stronger
the opponent, the more exciting/thrilling the match/game.   4.  The more I think about it, the less I like the
idea/thought.   5.  The sooner we start/begin, the sooner we are/will be done.   6.  The longer you wait,
the harder/more difficult the decision (will be).   7.  The harder the fight, the greater the honour.   8.  The
more/harder you practise, the better you’ll get.   9.  The fewer people know about it, the better for us.  

2. KAPITEL: The Adverb – das Umstandswort


A9
1. dangerously – weakly – carelessly – bitterly – narrowly
2. strongly – nervously – laughingly – sadly – politely
3. truthfully – importantly – physically – busily – noisily
4. coldly – angrily – quickly – beautifully – nicely
5. spiritually – nobly – hottly – simply – stupidly
6. cleverly – vertically – openly – horribly – strangely
7. mechanically – honestly – smilingly – harmlessly – dryly
8. jealously – powerfully – brilliantly – usefully – suddenly

B 10
1.  near the train station 2.  deeply worried 3.  what they like most – hardly anybody 4.  mostly
salads 5.  lately – late at night 6.  free tickets – hard to believe 7.  mostly Cadillacs 8.  I hardly
know him – highly respected 9.  direct question – answer it directly

C 11
1.  late 2.  good – well 3.  late – early 4.  hard – late 5.  high – high 6.  hard – early
7.  silly 8.  lovely – high

BCD 12
1.  an excellent teacher – lessons are interesting – can explain things well – can follow her easily – seems nice
– find her lessons boring – hardly ever 2.  awful smell – smells horrible – they really use it – should stop
quickly – some fresh air 3.  seen Mike lately – it’s high time – the laziest person 4.  a wonderful cook –
anything so good – typically English – in the typical way 5.  looking so angrily – I really am angry – told
you in a very friendly way – constantly listen – this terrible music – do it quickly 6.  the perfect boyfriend
– he is handsome and athletic – behaves well – is good at sports – a beautiful voice – he dances fantastically
– he is nice 7.  drive carefully – the roads are icy – a strong wind – I won’t drive fast – later than usual
8.  older than I – not the oldest child – younger than – our eldest/oldest brother 9.  one of the most
expensive countries – more than – a lot cheaper – not as easy … as it was before

E 13
1.  happy ➝ happily – more happily – most happily 2.  stupid ➝ stupidly – more stupidly – most
stupidly 3.  wide ➝ widely – more widely – most widely 4.  beautiful ➝ beautifully ➝ more
beautifully ➝ most beautifully 5.  heavy ➝ heavily – more heavily – most heavily 6.  fast – faster –
fastest (nicht fastly) 7.  near – nearer – nearest (nearly hat andere Bedeutung!) 8.  honest ➝ honestly
– more honestly – most honestly 9.  early – earlier – earliest 10.  bad ➝ badly – worse – worst
11.  serious ➝ seriously – more seriously – most seriously 12.  high – higher – highest (highly hat andere
Bedeutung!)

F 14
1.  Somebody saw us here yesterday./Yesterday, somebody saw us here.   2.  They will tell us more about
it tomorrow./Tomorrow, they will tell us more about it.   3.  I could not find my English things anywhere
yesterday./ Yesterday, I could not find my English things anywhere.   4.  You shouldn’t stay indoors today./
Today, you shouldn’t stay indoors.   5.  … at a café. I met him there yesterday./… at a café. Yesterday, I met
him there.   6.  People study English everywhere today./Today, people study English everywhere./Everywhere,
people study English today.   7.  … with me. Well, I am here now./… with me. Well, now I am here.  
8.  …, but we haven’t got the time now.   9.  We could not play badminton outdoors yesterday./Yesterday, we
could not play badminton outdoors.   10.  Let’s go inside now!/Now, let’s go inside!

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G 15
1.  We could hardly find our way out of the wood.   2.  Uncle Walter is usually at home at this time of the day.  
3.  They will never tell us the whole story.   4.  We have sometimes thought of selling our house.   5.  I
hardly ever copy my homework from a friend.   6. Paula frequently promised that she would write to me./
Paula promised that she would frequently write to me.   7.  Jill has often asked herself why she is so unhappy./
Jill has asked herself why she is often so unhappy.   8.  You must never ask Henry about his girlfriends.  
9.  Camembert is usually made from cows’ milk.   10.  My little brother always wants pizza for lunch.

H 16
1.  My dad speaks English and French very badly.   2. The baby smiled at his mother happily today./Today, the
baby smiled at his mother happily.   3. The dogs ran around wildly outdoors.   4.  Has it rained here today?
5.  Everything will work out well tomorrow./Tomorrow everything will work out well.   6.  Before the exam,
I was walking around nervously.   7.  This is Mr. Walker. He has been waiting for you patiently upstairs.  
8.  It snowed heavily yesterday.   9.  They left the house very quietly.   10.  We will have to work fast
today./Today we will have to work fast.

3. KAPITEL: The Article – der Artikel


A 17
1.  an open window 2.  a pink blouse or an orange one 3.  a penguin – a bird – an emu – an Australian
bird 4.  an African elephant – an Indian elephant – an idea – in a biology book 5.  a uniform – a green
jacket – a black skirt 6.  a united Europe (2 x) – a strong Europe 7.  an absolutely crazy idea 8.  an
apple – a banana 9.  an afternoon – an excellent restaurant – a tour – in a doubledecker bus

B 18
1.  He is a German.   2.  He is an American./… a Californian.   3.  He is a Muslim.   4.  She is a nurse./…
a doctor.   5.  He is a musician.   6.  She is a Catholic./… a Christian.   7.  He is a teacher.   8.  He is an
engineer./… a technician.   9.  He is an Italian.  

C 19
1.  I’ve waited half a year for this computer game.   2.  … begin in half an hour.   3.  … is quite a good
film/… rather a good film.   4.  … quite a boring party./… rather a boring party.   5.  This is such a
beautiful room! 6.  It was such a cold night … 7.  What a nice surprise! 8.  What a wonderful idea!
9.  Once a week, Jack …   10.  … on holiday twice a year.   11.  This is too difficult a question for me.  
12.  … too cold a day for skiing.

D 20
1.  I’m in a hurry.   2.  What a pity that you didn’t … .   3.  … she has a headache.   4.  … here in a
minute.   5.  It’s a pity that we missed … .   6.  … said in a loud voice … 7.  … was in a hurry …
8.  … a strong headache.   9.  … with you in a minute.   10.  … in a low voice … 11.  … a terrible
headache. 12.  … shouted in a shrill voice.

E 21
1.  The cheese you brought back … 2.  … should like children.   3.  I like the music of “Captain America”
better than the film.   4.  … drinks coffee after lunch.   5.  The people in this shop … buy CDs.   6.  Life
would be … without computers.   7.  Children are often noisy, but that’s life.   8.  … hates cheese …
9.  … talk about music … 10.  Did you take the coffee from the shelf? 11.  … to protect nature
12.  People say …

F 22
1.  in December 2.  on Thursday 3.  winter is the worst time 4.  on the third Monday in January
5.  The winter of 2013 6.  in the winter of 1976 7.  I love autumn 8.  Both July and August
9.  Saturday is my favourite day 10.  the first Monday in September 11.  the spring of 2001 12.  I
hate Monday

G 23
1.  When school is over, ...   2.  … go to hospital.   3.  The church in our town … 4.  ... is in prison
again.   5.  I’ve work to do … 6.  ... she’s in bed ...   7.  … go to university … 8.  … the bed in your
room? 9.  Is this the hospital? – The hospital is next to the church.   10.  … look for work … 11.  …
went to the school where … 12.  … I’ll go to bed now.   13.  … finish the work for … 14.  … from

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the university.   15.  … works at the prison … – He likes the work of a guard.   16.  … goes to church
every …

H 24
1.  the dinner 2.  the salt 3.  The train 4.  air 5.  lunch 6.  the water 7.  salt 8.  The air
9.  Dinner 10.  by train

I 25
1.  Belgium and the Netherlands 2.  most people 3.  Broadway and Wall Street 4.  the Clintons – in
the Alps – climb Aconcagua – in the Andes 5.  most young people – most old people 6.  The Danube
River – into the Black Sea 7.  on the Zambezi River 8.  the Atlantic or the Pacific 9.  in the Rocky
Mountains – Mt. McKinley – in Alaska 10.  In the USA, most people …

4. KAPITEL: Conditions – Bedingungssätze


A 26
1.  ..., he will say no.   2.  We will go for a walk ...   3.  ..., I will go.   4.  We will win the championship
...   5.  ..., they will begin without us.   6.  You will ruin your eyes ...   7.  ..., his dad will buy him a
laptop.   8.  I’ll never speak with Monica again ...

A 27
1.  ... if you ask him in a friendly way.   2.  If I can get tickets, ...   3.  ... if you don’t tell them.   4.  If
you don’t shut the windows, ...   5.  ... if he gets home early tonight.   6.  If you don’t install a firewall, ...  
7.  ... if I can find them.   8.  If you call before 5 p.m., ...

A 28
1.  loses – will be 2.  sees – will tell 3.  like – will buy 4.  move – will be 5.  hits – will die
6.  don’t show – won’t play 7.  won’t get – don’t write 8.  will happen – tells 9.  will flood – doesn’t
stop 10.  will win – doesn’t make 11.  will water – go 12.  won’t help – don’t ask

B 29
1.  did – would get 2.  were (was) – would begin 3.  ran – would catch 4.  took – would hear
5.  did not need – would not ask 6.  were (was) – would not believe 7.  would grow – did not forget
8.  would start – bought 9.  would not be – drove 10.  would feel – did not ask 11.  would see
– were not/was not 12.  would not come – knew 13.  had – would drive 14.  would stop – kissed
15.  were not/was not – would tell 16.  would look – did not know

C 30
1.  had helped – would have found 2.  had told – would have done 3.  had not left – would have climbed
4.  had done – would not have got 5.  had not left – would not have called 6.  had worked – would have
become 7.  would have won – had not made 8.  would have gone – had not lost 9.  would not have
waited – had been 10.  would have used – had left 11.  would have drowned – had not saved 12.  had
read – would have understood 13.  would not have found – had learned 14.  had not started – would not
have noticed 15.  would have overslept – had not phoned 16.  would have returned – had not torn

5. KAPITEL: The Future – die Zukunft


A1 31
1.  We will see her again next spring./We’ll see her … 2.  She will call again tomorrow morning./She’ll call
again … 3.  It will be hot this week, too./It’ll be hot … 4.  They will go there again in 2018./They’ll
go there … 5.  You will like “Iron Man”, too./You’ll like (it), too.   6.  It will be late again tomorrow./
It’ll be late … 7.  In future, he will often dream of Julia./… he’ll often dream … 8.  I will have many
dates with Tony this year. (We will have many dates this year.)/I’ll have … (We’ll have …)

A2 32
1.  Will your (our) neighbours sell the house next spring? Who will sell the house next spring? What will they
sell next spring? When will they sell the house? Our neighbours will not/won’t sell the house next spring.  
2.  Will Miriam be here again at 7 o’clock? Who will be here again at 7 o’clock? Where will Miriam be again at

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7 o’clock? When will Miriam be here again? Miriam will not/won’t be here again at 7 o’clock.   3.  Will the
boys like the hot dogs? Who will like the hot dogs? What will the boys like? Why will the boys like the hot
dogs? The boys will not/won’t like the hot dogs (because they are not hungry).  

A3 33
1.  will own 2.  will get 3.  will like 4.  will come 5.  will do 6.  will probably be 7.  will land
8.  won’t play/will not play

A4 34
1.  I’ll watch 2.  I’ll have (to get …) 3.  I’ll talk 4.  I’ll never eat 5.  I’ll go 6.  We’ll miss

B1 35
1.  I’m going to paint my room … 2.  Josie is going to surprise her parents … 3.  The boys are going
to build an igloo … 4.  Who is going to prepare breakfast …? 5.  My uncle is going to buy a house …
6.  We are going to read “Romeo … 7.  I’m not going to forget what you said … 8.  Are you going to
invite Nora to your party …?

B2/3 36
1.  are going to show 2.  is going to wash 3.  am going to win 4.  is going to give up 5.  is going
to try out – is going to be 6.  are going to leave 7.  is going to start 8.  are going to visit

B4 37
1.  are not going to win 2.  is going to be 3.  is going to end 4.  am going to fall asleep 5.  are
going to jump 6.  is going to get 7.  is going to start 8.  are going to collapse

B5 38
1.  was going to drive 2.  was going to wait 3.  Were you going to tell 4.  was going to lock
5.  was going to write 6.  Wasn‘t Peter going to sell

C 39
1.  Joe’s brother is coming back from the USA next Monday.   2.  Sylvia is celebrating her birthday at the
weekend.   3.  H&M are opening a new shop in our town on Saturday.   4.  They are closing down the
tyre factory next month.   5.  The UN inspectors are leaving the country this week.   6.  I am not going to
Norman’s party tonight.   7.  Who is looking after your dog next week? 8.  My parents are flying to Spain
tomorrow.

D 40
1.  Alex is playing two songs at the school concert on Thursday. The concert begins at 3 p.m.   2.  Mum is
making my favourite cake for my birthday party next week.   3.  I am going to town with Mike and Daniel
tonight, Mum. The bus leaves at 7.   4. Have you heard? We are leaving for Canada tomorrow morning.
– How are you travelling? By plane or by ship? – By plane, of course. It leaves at 9.30 and arrives at Toronto
ten hours later.   5.  Are you coming to the cinema with us tonight, Karen? – What time does the film start?
– At 8. – I’m sorry, I can’t. We are writing a paper tomorrow.   6.  Dad is attending a conference at the
weekend. It opens on Saturday morning and ends on Sunday afternoon.   7.  What are you doing next Friday,
Patrick? – Let me see … Oh, yes! In the afternoon I am playing singles in the tennis club, and in the evening I
am going to the disco with my girlfriend.   8.  When does Grandpa’s train arrive, Dad? – Tomorrow morning at
6.30. I am driving to the station to pick him up. Do you want to come along? 9.  Harry is taking the “Orient
Express” to Venice this weekend. It leaves from London on Friday and gets to Venice on Saturday.  

EF 41
1.  will be growing 2.  will have arrived 3.  will be attending 4.  will you have read 5.  will have
heard 6.  will be sleeping – will be sitting

6. KAPITEL: GERUND
A 42
answering – attacking – biting – buying – catching – coming – doing – drinking – ending –
entering – fighting – forgetting – giving – grinning – having – hurting – installing – inviting –
joking – jumping – keeping – kicking – letting – lying – mapping – meeting – negating – nodding

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– opening – ordering – petting ­– putting – questioning – quitting – riding – ringing – saying –


speaking – taking – tying – understanding – using – varying – vibrating – wasting – yelling

BC 43
1.  Tauchen ist besser als Schnorcheln.   2.  Mein Vater fährt gern mit seinem Motorrad./… genießt das
Motorradfahren.   3.  Herberts Lieblingshobby ist das Basteln von Modellflugzeugen.   4.  Willy liebt es, mit
seiner Spielzeugeisenbahn zu spielen.   5.  Das Füttern der Tiere ist nicht gestattet.   6.  Hör dem Geflüster
(dem Flüstern) der Blätter im Wind zu! 7.  Löst du Kreuzworträtsel auch so gern? 8.  Mit dem Läuten der
Kirchenglocken begann die Feier.   9.  Das Schwimmen unter der Brücke ist gefährlich.   10.  Meine Mutter
spricht nicht gerne über ihre Schulzeit.   11.  Ein riesiger Komet führte zum Aussterben der Dinosaurier.  
12.   Ich fahre wirklich gerne Schi, aber ich muss sagen, das Snowboarden ist sogar noch besser.   13.  George
hasst das Ein- und Ausräumen des Geschirrspülers.   14.  Das Tragen eines Helmes ist ein Muss! 15.  Mich
nach dem Weg zu fragen, hat keinen Sinn – ich bin nicht von hier! 16.  Rauchen kann töten!

C 44
1.  not used to getting up 2.  tired from dancing all night 3.  surprised at hearing about Mike 4.  not
responsible for cleaning up 5.  proud of being your friend 6.  tired of listening 7.  not interested in
going 8.  good at finding things 9.  fond of reading 10.  far from finishing 11.  capable of telling a
lie 12.  afraid of waking up

C 45
1.  Alfred hat Angst, sein Mobiltelefon zu verlieren.   2.  Ich war in der Lage, jede Frage zu beantworten.  
3.  Wir sind weit davon entfernt, die Arbeit abzuschließen/zu beenden.   4.  Tony geht gerne am Wochenende
aus.   5.   Wer ist wirklich gut im Lösen von Kreuzworträtseln? 6.  Mich interessiert es/Ich bin daran
interessiert herauszufinden, wer sie ist.   7.  Ihr könnt stolz sein, diese Schule zu besuchen.   8.  Wer
ist verantwortlich für das Aufräumen dieses Zimmers? 9.  Warst du überrascht, mich wieder zu sehen?
10.  Hast du es nie satt/Bist du es nie müde, dieses Spiel zu spielen? 11.  Ich bin oft müde vom
Hausübung­schreiben.   12.  Ich bin das lange Aufbleiben nicht gewohnt./Ich bin es nicht gewohnt, so lange
aufzubleiben.

D 46
1.  I suggest taking the bus 2.  to risk hurting myself 3.  we will practise dancing for the ball 4.  I
miss swimming in the lake – I miss skiing in the mountains 5.  I really don’t mind waiting for you 6.  Did
anybody mention buying pizza? 7.  I could imagine living there 8.  Dad finished working an hour earlier
9.  considered asking your grandmother 10.  She avoids speaking with me 11.  you admit talking to
Danielle

D 47
1.  Ich werde nie zugeben, dass ich das Geld genommen habe.   2.  Warum vermeidest du es, mich
anzuschauen? 3.  Sam überlegt, sich ein Auto zu kaufen.   4.  Hört auf mit dem Lesen und beginnt mit
dem Schreiben.   5.  Kannst du dir vorstellen, mit mir auszugehen? 6.  John erwähnte, dass er dich in der
Stadt gesehen hat.   7.  Macht es Ihnen etwas aus, draußen zu warten?/Könnten Sie bitte draußen warten?
8.  Ich vermisse wirklich die Gespräche mit Giovanni.   9.  Ich muss jeden Tag Singen üben.   10.  Du
riskierst es, dir ein Bein zu brechen, wenn du stürzt.   11.  Wer hat vorgeschlagen, diese Maschine zu kaufen?

E 48
1.  worry about losing their job and not finding a new one 2.  thought about asking Dora 3.  thank you
for being here 4.  sometimes talk of spending a year 5.  talks about fighting in the war 6.  succeeded
in finishing the race 7.  put off talking to you 8.  looking forward to seeing you 9.  insist on paying
for me 10.  keep on running 11.  gave up looking for our car 12.  I feel like kissing everyone
13.  he cares about doing the right thing 14.  I believe in saving it, not wasting it.   15.  I apologise for
forgetting to do 16.  think of becoming a doctor

E 49
1.  Bitte um Entschuldigung, dass ich schon wieder zu spät komme./Ich entschuldige mich dafür, dass ...  
2.  Wir glauben daran (= dass es das Richtige ist), die Wahrheit zu sagen.   3.  Joe ist es wichtig, anderen
zu helfen.   4.  Mir ist heute nach Gewinnen/Siegen zumute.   5.  Du solltest es aufgeben, Tina anzurufen.  
6.  Sprich weiter!/Mach’ weiter! 7.  Ich bestehe darauf, jetzt eine Antwort zu erhalten/bekommen.   8.  Sie
konnten mich nicht daran hindern, den Raum zu verlassen.   9.  Ich freue mich (schon) darauf, dich zu
sehen.   10.  Schiebe das Aufgeben des Briefes nicht auf die lange Bank! 11.  Es gelang uns, das Puzzle

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zusammenzusetzen.   12.  Sprechen wir über den Ankauf eines neuen PC! 13.  Tim spricht oft davon, die
Stadt zu verlassen.   14.  Ich dankte Ali, dass er uns angerufen hatte.   15.  Ian denkt ans Heiraten./Ian
denkt daran zu heiraten.   16.  Du machst dir Sorgen darüber, das Match zu verlieren?

F 50
1.  we are busy preparing for the camping trip 2.  it’s worth visiting 3.  I can’t help falling asleep
4.  It’s no good asking Nick 5.  I can’t stand talking about Nina 6.  It’s no use trying to start the car
7.  couldn’t help crying 8.  It’s little use waiting any longer 9.  He’s not worth thinking about
10.  I can’t stand listening

F 51
1.  Wir können nicht ins Bad gehen, weil wir mit dem Vorbereiten der Campingfahrt beschäftigt sind.   2.  Warst
du schon einmal in New York? Nein? Lass dir sagen, es ist einen Besuch wert! 3.  Immer wenn Joshua eine
Geschichte erzählt, muss ich einfach einschlafen.   4.  Es bringt nichts, Nick um Hilfe zu bitten. Er hilft nie
irgendjemand.   5.  Ich ertrage es nicht, über Nina und ihre blöden Probleme zu reden. Sprechen wir über etwas
anderes.   6.  Hör auf, Vater! Es hat keinen Sinn zu versuchen, das Auto zu starten, wenn die Batterie leer ist.  
7.  Als der Film zu Ende war, musste Karla einfach weinen, weil er so traurig war.   8.  Es hat wenig Sinn, noch
länger zu warten.  Sie kommen heute nicht mehr.   9.  Vergiss William, Alice! Er verdient es nicht (= er ist es nicht
wert), dass du an ihn denkst.   10. Hast du keine Heavy-Metal-CDs? Ich kann so viel Techno nicht ausstehen.

G 52
1.  without checking 2.  Instead of staring 3.  without answering 4.  Without saying (Instead of
saying) 5.  instead of sitting 6.  without asking 7.  Instead of calling 8.  instead of hiring

G 53
1.  Dad left the house this morning without taking an umbrella with him.   2.  You should do your homework
instead of watching TV.   3.  The burglars left the house without finding the jewels.   4.  Instead of
complaining about the food, we should enjoy the beaches.   5.  Leo was so tired that he went to bed without
brushing his teeth.   6.  I’ve told you before: You can’t just use my pen without asking me first! 7.  Let’s
try to do it ourselves instead of asking somebody else for help.   8.  Why don’t you tell me what you want
instead of wasting my time?

H 54
1.  Before going to bed, Mum turns off all the lights in the house.   2.  Nicky gave many interviews after
receiving the gold medal.   3.  On seeing what he had done, Maurice was very satisfied with himself.   4.  After
getting off the train, the passengers waited for the tour buses.   5.  Max always brushes his teeth before leaving
the house.   6.  On landing on the moon surface, the “Eagle” raised a cloud of dust.   7.  After telling Suzie he
loved her, Eric asked her to marry him.   8.  Eric told Suzie he loved her before asking her to marry him.  

I 55
1.  The President opened the new motorway by cutting a red ribbon in two.   2.  By looking through the
telescope, you can see the climbers.   3.  Joe always makes friends quickly by inviting them to a round of
drinks.   4.  Emily qualified for the quiz show by answering nine out of ten questions.   5.  By putting A
and B together, you will get a picture of the whole machine.   6.  You can open the secret door by touching
a certain stone in the wall.   7.  Mr. Zacharias really impressed his class by doing a backflip from the stand.  
8.  The male cricket tries to attract the female by rubbing its legs against its body.

J 56
1.  Mother doesn’t like [us] working till late at night.   2.  My dad is tired of [me/my] playing the piano
every day.   3.  We are looking forward to [you/your] meeting Jacob’s girlfriend.   4. Robert apologised for
[us/our] being late.   5.  I broke a glass without [her] noticing it.   6.  I don’t mind [you/your] watching
the movie.   7.  Were you surprised at [me/my] finding the right key? 8.  Do you mind [us/our] helping
Grandpa with the puzzle? 9.  I often worry about [her] getting into trouble.   10.  I’m not interested in
[him/his] seeing this photo.

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7. KAPITEL: The Imperative – die Befehlsform


A 57
1.  please give me 2.  hold it for me 3.  don’t switch off the lights 4.  please help me 5.  Don’t
look at me 6.  please call Dad ... and ask him when 7.  eat lots of fruit ... but don’t drink alcohol
8.  take the money 9.  don’t tell him 10.  please don’t invite Kevin 11.  Run, boys 12.  go to the
Tower and look at the crown jewels 13.  please don’t forget 14.  Get out – put your hands on the roof –
Don’t shoot me, please – Shut up and do what I say

B 58
1.  Let’s listen to the New Year’s concert! 2.  Let’s go to the cinema tonight! 3.  Let’s not fight!/Let’s not
argue! 4.  Let’s not wait any longer! Let’s go! 5.  Let’s ask Frank! He knows everything.   6.  Let’s begin!
There is a lot to do.   7.  Let’s not order pizza today, but spaghetti! 8.  Let’s buy/get something to drink!
9.  Let’s stop working! I’m tired.   10.  Let’s switch off the TV and go to bed!

8. KAPITEL: The indirect or reported speech – die indirekte Rede


A 59
1.  Dad told me to feed the dog.   2.  Benjamin told me to close my eyes and count to ten.   3.  Samantha
told me to put the books on the shelves.   4.  The policeman told me to switch off the engine and (to) show
him the first aid box.   5.  Vera asked me to bring her something to read from the library.   6.  Mrs. Stone
told me to take my feet off the desk and (to) sit up straight.   7.  Alice asked me to load the dishwasher.  
8.  Harry told me to push the green button and (to) pull the door open.   9.  The stranger asked me to give
him a dollar.   10.  Gloria told me not to touch the picture.  

11.  Our neighbour asked me not to make such a noise.   12.  Martina told me not to call and not to send
any emails.   13.  Maria asked me not to wait outside.   14.  Mum told me not to open the presents before
Christmas.   15.  Dad told me not to cross the street without looking.   16.  Grandma asked me not to mess
up the living room.   17.  Everybody told me not to believe the newspapers.   18.  Richard told me not to
forget Mum’s birthday.   19. Kathy asked me not to use so much water.   20.  Mum asked me to hold the door
open.  

21.  Dad told me not to drop the bottles.   22.  The postman asked me to sign at the bottom of the page.  
23.  Mr. Marks told me to read pages 12 to 15.   24.  Grandpa told me to lock the doors and (to) switch off
the lights.   25.  Allison asked me not to show the photos to anyone.   26.  The old man told me not to play
in front of the house.   27.  Claire told me to watch the 10 o’clock news.   28.  The shop assistant asked
me to pay at the cash desk.   29.  The gardener told me not to step into the flower beds.   30.  The gym
teacher told me to run to the ropes and (to) climb up.

BC 60
1.  Emily said that she and her cousins had always wanted to visit Disney World.   2.  Mr. and Mrs. Sadler told
me that their son liked his new job very much.   3.  I told Sarah that I wasn’t speaking about her boyfriend.  
4.  The boys explained that they were going to meet their friends in town.   5.  Agatha thought that we
would all like her new book.   6.  Edgar complained to Jennifer that she hadn’t returned his books yet.  
7.  Leo informed me that Marcia and her sister would be at his party, too.   8.  Theresa said that she had sent
us three emails since Friday.  

D 61
1.  Grandma said that she would call me/us again the following week.   2.  The new teacher informed us that
we were going to write an essay that day.   3.  The shopkeeper told us that he/she had sold over 50 games
that morning.   4.  Mum explained that she had been waiting for that letter since the week before.  
5.  The man complained that he had bought that car the month before and that he had got problems with it
already.   6.  The woman mentioned that her husband had been the mayor of that town until the year before.  
7.  Aunt Lucy said that they were looking forward to my/our visit the following month.   8.  The officer told
the soldier that he had to get a haircut before the next day.   9. Florence said that Ernest had got back from
his trip the day before.

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E 62
1.  The reporter says (that) three people were hurt in a fire yesterday.   2.  Eric complains that his new maths
teacher doesn’t like him.   3.  Jill has said that these cucumbers grew in her garden.   4.  Victor remembers
that his family used to live in a two-room flat.   5.  The text on a pack of cigarettes says that smoking can
kill you.   6.  Uncle Alfred writes that they will try to visit us on their way to Italy tomorrow.   7.  The
coach complains that his team played well last night, but that they lost again.   8.  In the play, Hamlet
thinks that he must find out who has killed his father.   9.  Mum has said that she is going to visit a friend of
hers this afternoon.   10.  The newspaper informs us that the bridge will be closed for a week.  

F 63
1.  Jim wants to know if I saw a good film last weekend.   2.  Polly asked me if I would go to the dance with
Wilma that night.   3.  Thomas wondered if he had done the right thing.   4.  Joe often asks himself if he is
crazy.   5.  Gordon wanted to know if they could park their car there.   6.  Nobody asked us if we liked that
kind of music.   7.  Lucy wonders if Linus still loves her.   8.  Mum often asks me if I have called Grandma
lately.   9.  Sandra wanted to know if I had talked to her brother the day before.   10.  Ian asked me if I
would send him my picture.  

F 64
1.  Ali asked me what I was doing that afternoon.   2.  Bill wants to know when he can have his football
back.   3.  I’ve often asked myself how a fax machine works.   4.  Mrs. Eisner wanted to know why I wasn’t
in her class that year.   5.  Monica wondered where she had put her keys.   6.  Angela asked her dad why
he wanted to meet her new friends.   7.  Graham wanted to know who had seen his trainers.   8.  Herbert
wondered who had told me/us about his accident the day before.   9.  Dan wants to know why Sonja doesn’t
like him.   10.  Quentin asked me how much I had paid for my new iPhone.   11.  Silvia wondered what she
had done to make her mother so angry.   12.  Tristan wanted to know when he would hear from me/us again.

9. KAPITEL: The Infinitive – die Nennform


A 65
1.  Rudy wants to become an important scientist when he gets older.   2.  We will need the electric torch
when it gets dark. We can’t afford to lose it! 3.  Look, Andrea seems to know the answer! Let’s go and ask
her! 4.  Many people would agree to work for less money if they only had a job.   5.  This is nonsense! I
absolutely refuse to believe it! 6.  One day I will ask Dad to let me drive the car.   7.  What will you do
with your old car? – I’m planning to repair it and drive it again.   8.  The burglars attempted to get away
through the garden, but they were caught.  

1.  Rudy möchte ein bedeutender Wissenschafter werden, wenn er älter ist.   2.  Wir werden die Taschenlampe
brauchen, wenn es dunkel ist. Wir können es uns nicht leisten, sie zu verlieren.   3.  Schau, Andrea scheint
die Antwort zu wissen! Gehen wir hin und fragen sie.   4.  Viele Menschen wären einverstanden, für weniger
Geld zu arbeiten, wenn sie nur einen Arbeitsplatz hätten.   5.  Das ist Unsinn! Ich weigere mich absolut, das
zu glauben! 6.  Eines Tages werde ich Vater bitten, dass er mich mit dem Auto fahren lässt.   7.  Was wirst
du mit deinem alten Auto machen? – Ich habe vor, es zu reparieren und wieder zu fahren.   8.  Die Einbrecher
versuchten, durch den Garten zu entwischen, aber sie wurden geschnappt.  

B 66
1.  George, you must answer each of these questions.   2.  Sometimes Dad lets me use his laptop.  
3.  Nobody will make me do something I don’t want to do.   4.  Martha, I think you had better listen to your
mother! 5.  Coke or orange juice, Carl? – I’d rather have a glass of water, please.   6.  I often see you leave
the house at night? 7.  Marianne never lets me look at her photos.   8.  Boys, you’d better go home now.
It’s past 9 o’clock.  

B 67
1.  We would rather stay at home tomorrow.   2.  Did you see anyone go into the house? 3.  Mrs. Hoffman
made us tidy up the classroom after school.   4.  I think you had better tell me everything.   5.  We often
hear you play the piano in the afternoon.   6.  You must finish the essay today.   7.  You’d better not park
here.   8.  Don’t let your dog run around without a leash.  

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C 68
1.  possible (hard) to say 2.  very hard to win 3.  ready to go 4.  sorry (happy) to hear 5.  very
nice (good) to spend 6.  dangerous (impossible) to swim 7.  good (hard, necessary, impossible,
dangerous, nice) to have 8.  silly (okay, possible, nice) to dress up

D 69
1.  ... how to find the treasure.   2.  ... who to ask if you have a question.   3.  ... when to begin.   4.  
where to hide Mum’s birthday present.   5.  ... what to order at an expensive restaurant.   6.  ... how to
open this stupid box? 7.  ... what to do in his spare time.   8.  ... where to go now!

E 70
1.  courage to tell his parents the truth 2.  no reason to shout 3.  wish to see 4.  opportunity to buy
5.  permission to visit 6.  decision to stay 7.  ability to do 8.  way to lose

F 71
1.  The river was too deep to cross.   2.  It’s too cloudy to see the stars tonight.   3.  After Christmas I had
enough money to buy a game station.   4.  There’s not enough snow to ski today.

G 72
1.  Walter asked me to inform his father.   2.  Charlie allowed me to try out his new iPad.   3.  I advise you
not to speak with Gerry.   4.  My brother helped me to finish the picture.   5.  Claudia invited me to spend a
week on her parents’ boat.   6.  The policeman ordered the driver to get out of the car.   7.  I reminded my
sister to get/buy a present for Dad.   8.  Can you teach me to say this in Spanish? 9.  Nobody expects you
to know everything.   10.  Do you want me to go or to stay? 11.  Don’t tell me to believe this nonsense.  
12.  Lori would like you to dance with her.   13.  We did not want you to know this.   14.  I would like
to ask you to go shopping for me./... to do the shopping for me.   15.  We know you to be an outstanding
swimmer.   16.  Do you want me to tell you a funny story? 17.  I won’t allow you to leave so soon/early.  
18.  Nobody (has) reminded me to take out the garbage.   19.  Grandpa wishes me to get his watch one day.  
20.  They told us to call next week.  

H 73
1.  Peter was the only person to try to stop the fight.   2.  I was the last (person) to hear about the party.  
3.  The worst (thing) to happen in 2004 was the tsunami.   4.  The fifth person to come into the room gets
a prize.   5.  Jimmy is the only boy to read love stories.   6.  The captain should be the last (person) to
leave the ship.   6.  It would be best to stop here for the night.   7.  The Russians were the first to send a
man into space.   8.  Dad is the first to come in the morning and the last to leave at night.   9.  Michael
Schumacher is the only driver to win seven championships.   10.  Frank, you are the second person to finish
the race. How does it feel? 11.  The best wine to go with fish is white wine.   12.  The kiwi is the most
unusual bird to see in New Zealand.   13.  Reinhold Messner was the first to climb Mt. Everest without
oxygen.   14.  English is one of the easiest languages to learn.   15.  For a few years, the “Concorde” was
the fastest plane to fly from Europe to North America.

10. KAPITEL: Infinitive oder “ing-form“?


74
1.  we tried to phone them 2.  I think I remember seeing these people 3.  Dad stopped to smoke a
cigarette 4.  you need to be more careful 5.  you forgot to call Grandma 6.  remember to send Max an
email.   7.  try asking Richard for help 8.  he says I must stop seeing him 9.  Charles forgot telling us
the joke 10.  it needs washing badly

75
1.  told me to say – never forget to do 2.  can’t help talking 3.  don’t want you to use – without asking
4.  made me feel – by reading my essay – refuses to speak 5.  go on writing – don’t forget to read – before
handing it in 6.  forgot feeding – surprised to see 7. stop talking – trying to concentrate 8.  came
running – shouting wildly 9.  need cleaning – can do – let me use 10.  after listening – began to
understand 11.  continue to walk/continue walking – stop to ask somebody 12.  hear them talking and
laughing 13.  finished taking – we’d like to continue 14.  jogging – can’t stand doing 15.  couldn’t
help laughing – apologised for being silly 16.  enjoyed taking – hate to go/hate going – I’d rather stay …
watching/to watch TV 17.  we’d better wait – too late to leave

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11. KAPITEL: Modal Verbs – Hilfsverben der Aussageweise


A 76
1.  Nobody and nothing is able to stop a tsunami.   2.  We are not able give you this information.   3.  I am
able to say what’s good and what’s bad.   4.  Who is able to explain what I have just said? 5.  Is everybody
able to hear what the speakers are saying? 6.  We were able to take a quick look at the room.   7.  Sandra
was able to catch the vase before it fell to the floor.   8.  Was Alex able to finish the test? 9.  Who was
able to translate the last two sentences? 10.  We weren’t able to get tickets for the show.

A 77
1.  Dad could/was able to buy some glue for the models planes.   2.  We can hear you, but we can’t see you.
Where are you? 3.  I hope Judy will be able to tell us more when we see her again.   4.  Frank hasn’t been
able to use the internet since Friday.   5.  Could Herbert repair your computer? 6.  After falling from the
ladder, Ruth could not get/was not able to get up again.   7.  I think man will never be able to fly to Mars.  
8.  The girls could finish/were able to finish their dresses in time.   9.  I have been able to speak with the
headmaster several times.   10.  Ben is sorry, but he won’t be able to come tonight.   11. The questions were
easy, but we were not able to answer them.   12. Darren has been able to ski since he was three years old.

B 78
1.  You will be allowed to see Miriam again when she leaves hospital.   2.  I must not play Dad’s CDs./I’m not
allowed to play Dad’s CDs.   3.  My brother has often been allowed to drive the family car since he got his
driver’s licence.   4.  We could take part/We were allowed to take part in the opening of the new theatre in
town.   5.  Lucy can usually stay/Lucy is usually allowed to stay at Julia’s place on Saturday.   6.  Nobody
under the age of 18 is allowed to ride a motorbike.   7.  Am I allowed to say a few words, too? 8.  Why
aren’t you allowed to talk to me, Sally? 9.  We would be allowed to sell the house if it belonged to us.  

B 79
1.  Dad collects stamps. They may be worth a lot of money one day.   2.  Mr. Hopkins wasn’t at the office
today. He might come in tomorrow.   3.  We may not recognise you! What do you look like? 4.  You should
go to the concert, Jenny. You might like the music.   5.  I hope my dad doesn’t come home early. He may not
like to see you here.   6.  You should be nice to Vanessa. It might be her last week here.   7.  Where’s the
pink dress from the shop window? – They may have sold it.   8.  I can’t find my notes anywhere. I might have
thrown them away.   9.  There’s a lot of traffic today, so we may be late for the film.  

B 80
1.  They could go/were allowed to go to the disco, but they weren’t allowed to stay out all night.   2.  You
can have a glass of wine, but you mustn’t drink the whole bottle.   3.  We could look/were allowed to look at
the books, but we could not/were not allowed to take them home.   4.  I could sit/was allowed to sit in
Werner’s Ferrari, but I wasn’t allowed to drive it.   5.  We could catch/were allowed to catch some fish, but
we were not allowed to eat them.   6.  You can have a picnic on the beach, but you mustn’t camp overnight.  

C 81
1.  Where I live, we don’t have to go to school on Saturday.   2.  If you make a mess, you will have to clean
it up again.   3.  Is Allison here? – No, she had to go to the dentist.   4.  Have you still got those books?
– No, I’ve had to take them back to the shop.   5.  During the week, my parents have to get up at 5.30 every
morning.   6.  If you drop these glasses, you will have to buy new ones.   7.  When Grandpa was a young
man, he had to work in a coal mine for some time.   8.  We had to be there at 8 o’clock, but we didn’t have
to do any work for another hour.   9.  The CD player costs more than I thought, so I have had to borrow
some money from my grandparents.   10.  If I could not afford my hobbies, I would have to give them up.  
11.  After Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, many people had to leave the city.   12.  Harry won’t have to do
it if he is too tired.   13.  Linda’s fever has got worse, so we’ve had to call the doctor.  

C 82
1.  You must eat something, but you need not order the most expensive dish on the menu.   2.  You have
to take Jenny to a nice disco, but you don’t have to pay everything.   3.  You must buy Mum a nice present,
but you need not spend all your money.   4.  You have to come here quickly, but you don’t have to rush.  
5.  You must speak with your parents, but you need not tell them everything.   6.  You don’t have to read
the whole book, but you have to study the first two chapters.   7.  You need not mow the lawn, but you must
water the flowers.   8.  You don’t have to throw away your old CD player, but you have to get a new one.  

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9.  You need not tidy up the whole house, but you must pick up the things in the living room.   10. You don’t
have to visit all the sights of London, but you have to go to the London Dungeon.

D 83
1.  we are supposed to be home/should be home/ought to be home 2.  where shall we put/are we supposed
to put 3.  you should see/you ought to see/you had better see 4.  you should not use/are not supposed
to use 5.  you had better go now 6.  you are not supposed to talk back/you should not talk back/you’d
better not talk back 7.  I’d better tell/I should tell 8.  we should ask/we’d better ask 9.  shall I give
you – you should not wear 10.  you ought to show/you should show/you’d better show

E 84
1.  Mum made me hoover the floor 2.  Please let me explain the situation! 3.  The soldiers forced the
prisoners to march 4.  his secretary did not let her in 5.  he made us run 20 laps 6.  did they allow
you to watch 7.  they even let us use their pool 8.  Mum always makes me wear 9.  they won’t let us
into the house 10. the strong wind forced the boats to sail back
E 85
1.  My school has new brochures printed every year.   2.  This morning, Dad had our car taken to the
mechanic because it did not start.   3.  Don’t worry, madam, I’ll have the dress sent to your address this week.  
4.  I need 500 copies of this poster. Can I have them done here? 5.  Dad did not build the garage himself.
He had it planned and built by experts.   6.  That’s a nice jacket, Uncle Ed! – Thanks! I had it made in Hong
Kong last week.   7.  If you don’t like the colour of the walls, we can have them painted again.   8.  Is my
car ready, Mr. Simms? – Not yet, but we’ll have it repaired by Friday.   9.  When Tommy had his hair cut for
the first time, he screamed a lot.   10.  Sally would have her nose pierced if her mum allowed it.

12. KAPITEL: The Passive Voice – die Leideform


A 86
1.  aktiv 2.  passiv 3.  aktiv 4.  passiv 5.  aktiv 6.  passiv 7.  passiv 8.  aktiv
B 87
1.  was built 2.  were driven 3.  are sent 4.  has been pumped 5.  will be produced 6.  has been
restored 7.  is visited 8.  were destroyed 9.  was split – was built – were dropped – were killed or
injured – have been used; were shut down – was never opened/has never been opened – will be built – will be
needed – is produced – can be bought
C 88
1.  the snow was being removed 2.  it is being repaired 3.  the doors were being closed 4.  the road
is being paved 5.  his heart is still being tested 6.  the trees are being sprayed 7.  their dresses are
being prepared 8.  they are being taken 9.  some scenes of a TV show are being shot

D 89
1.  must not be seen 2.  need not be informed 3.  can be bought 4.  must be called 5.  may not be
said 6.  should not be provoked 7.  it cannot be repaired 8.   may be repeated 9.  should be oiled
10.  must be answered
E 90
1.  It is believed that Brazil will win the World Cup again. – Brazil is believed to win ...   2.  It is expected
that the heat wave will end soon. – The heat wave is expected to end soon.   3.  It has been reported that
fighting continues in Iraq. – Fighting has been reported to continue in Iraq.   4.  It is said that snowboarding
is easier to learn than skiing. – Snowboarding is said to be easier ...   5.  It is thought that tornadoes will
develop in the next hours. – Tornadoes are thought to develop ...   6.  It is believed that nobody has survived
the plane crash. – Nobody is thought to have survived ...   7.  It was expected that our team would win. – Our
team was expected to win.   8.  Today it is known that the universe is more than 10 billion years old. – Today,
the universe is known to be more ...   9.  It is said that my mum makes the best apple pies. – My mum is said
to make the best apple pie.   10.  It was believed that Earth was a disc. – Earth was believed to be a disc.
F1 91
1.  America was reached by Columbus in 1492.   2.  Lots of coffee is exported by Brazil.   3.  The new bridge
will be opened by the mayor on Saturday.   4.  These model ships have been built by my friends.   5.  Many
nice souvenirs can be bought by the tourists here.   6.  The stolen car has been found.   7.  Many useful
things are made from oil.   8.  The rules of the game will be changed.  

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F2 92
1.  German bombs hit St. Paul’s Cathedral during the war.   2.  The neighbours’ son mows our lawn every
weekend.   3.  Millions of people will see the New Year’s concert.   4.  You have called these numbers several
times since last Sunday.   5.  Someone has already used this towel! 6.  They will organise the next conference
in Portugal.   7.  You must write your essays on the computer.   8.  We would serve dinner on the terrace if the
weather were fine.   9.  Somebody has stolen my bags! 10.  They hid the documents behind a stone
wall. 11. They sell tickets only between 2 and 3 o’clock in the afternoon. 12. They have repaired our car.
13. They could not find the stolen jewels. 14. I hope they will show us many interesting sights.

G 93
1.  I was sent the wrong things again! 2.  We were shown the new room by Karen.   3.  I was given
a lot of work to do.   4.  I have been told a funny story.   5.  We won’t be told the end of the story
before Saturday.   6.  They must be informed of the accident.   7.  I was promised a nice surprise by
George.   8.  Joe has been paid a lot of money for his records.   9.  We were served sandwiches and coke.  
10.  Steven Spielberg has been awarded two Oscars so far by the Academy.   11.  I was offered 100 $ for my
stamp collection by Herbert.   12.  I was given a medal for reporting the burglary.   13.  The police have
(has) already been told everything.   14.  I’m sure I will be asked many silly questions.   15.  They said we
would be reported to the headmaster if we did not pay them.   16.  I was made the speaker of the group.

H 94
1.  The door of the apartment was broken down by policemen.   2.  The power plant will be closed down by
the government next year.   3.  These words must not be crossed out.   4.  Hats should not be taken off (by
visitors) in a synagogue.   5.  I was almost knocked out by a branch that fell from a tree.   6.  All the spaces
on this form should be filled in.   7.  Look, the fire has been put out at last! 8.  These lights must not be
switched off! 9.  You will be picked up by us in front of the station at 8.30.   10.  All these clothes can be
tried on if you want to.

11.  A loud bang woke us up in the middle of the night.   12.  It became warmer in the room after they
turned up the heat.   13.  You must not throw away paper and glass.   14.  They are looking everywhere
for the man in this photo.   15.  They/We have deleted the text by mistake.   16.  We/They will put off the
meeting until next week.   17.  After some time a taxi picked us up.   18.  You cannot switch off the alarm
easily.   19.  You can look up new words in a dictionary.   20.  I promise, we/they will never close down this
factory completely.

13. KAPITEL: T he Past Perfect Tense –


die Vorvergangenheit/das Plusquamperfekt
A 95
1.  We left the town seven years ago because my parents had found better jobs.   2.  After we had moved
to our new house, we did not often go back.   3.  This time the town looked very friendly because they had
painted many of the houses in different colours.   4.  The train station was much bigger because they had
built a new wing.   5.  I noticed that they had cut down some of the big trees in the town park, but they
had planted lots of young trees, too.   6.  I also walked through the street where we had lived.   7.  Our old
house was still there, and it had not changed very much.   8.  Instead of the small park where I had played as
a child there were now garages.  

B 96
1.  could not drive – had lost 2.  met – had invited 3.  had read – felt 4.  went – had stopped
5. knew – had told 6.  jumped – had stopped 7.  had come – got 8.  killed – had played 9.  arrived
– had been 10.  told – had watched

B 97
1.  Chuck had left the house before I called.   2.  Soon after we had gone to bed, we heard strange noises.  
3.  I stayed at home last night because Dad had promised to play chess with me. – Last night, Dad promised to
play chess with me, so I stayed at home.   4.  Sue felt much better after she had told her mother everything.
– First Sue told her mother everything; then she felt much better.   5.  We did not know the boys because we
had never seen them before.   6.  Tim had never gone out with a girl, so he was very nervous before his first
date.   7.  Mike passed the driving test because he had practised a lot for it. – First Mike practised a lot for
his driving test; then he passed it.   8.  Fred got really mad this morning because someone had broken his

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pen.   9.  My stomach made funny noises because I had not had enough to eat for breakfast this morning. – I
did not have enough to eat for breakfast this morning, so my stomach made funny noises. 

E 98
1.  The boys had been playing basketball for only thirty seconds when Mario scored the first points for his
team.   2.  It had been raining heavily for four days when the first dams broke along the river.   3.  George
had been waiting for Gina outside her house for an hour when he saw her and Bob leaving together.  
4.  Brian had been playing computer games for some time when he remembered to put out the garbage.  
5.  Serena had been looking at one dress after another for half an hour when/before she finally found one that
she liked.   6.  My parents had been thinking of selling our house for some weeks when/before they decided
to put an ad in the newspaper.   7.  Dad had been driving home from work for a few minutes when a deer
jumped in front of his car.   8.  The children had been playing on the beach for some time when somebody
shouted, “There’s a shark in the water!”

E 99
1.  When I came to the bus stop this morning, several people were waiting already.   2.  I was very tired last
night. I had been playing tennis all day.   3.  We saw you in town yesterday. You were looking at the shop
windows.   4.  Anne had been reading all afternoon when she remembered her maths homework.   5.  Anne
was reading when her telephone rang.   6.  People had been dancing for some time before the show began.  
7.  I checked all the drawers in the bedroom. I was looking for my new bracelet.   8.  Dad’s hands were full of
dirt and grease because he had been repairing his car all day.

14. KAPITEL: The Past Tense – die Mitvergangenheit/das Imperfekt


A 100
1.  we bought drinks – we were buying drinks 2.  I cut wood – I was cutting wood 3. you drank tea
– you were drinking tea 4.  Joe ate a roll – Joe was eating a roll 5.  Sheila froze – Sheila was freezing
6.  they gave money – they were giving money 7.  you held on – you were holding on 8.  we kept up
– we were keeping up 9.  you made the bed – you were making the bed 10.  it rose – it was rising
11.  she slept well – she was sleeping well 12.  they thought of me – they were thinking of me 13.  I
wrote a text – I was writing a text 14.  we drove a car – we were driving a car 15.  he put up a tent
– he was putting up a tent 16.  he braked – he was braking 17.  they carried a bag – they were carrying
a bag 18.  we decorated the tree – we were decorating the tree 19.  it ended well – it was ending well
20.  I filled the bottle – I was filling the bottle 21.  you glided – you were gliding 22.  we helped them
– we were helping them 23.  she jumped up and down – she was jumping up and down 24.  he kissed
her – he was kissing her 25.  I listened – I was listening 26.  she mended socks – she was mending socks
27.  they opened the doors – they were opening the doors 28.  we petted the dog – we were petting the
dog 29.  they questioned me – they were questioning me 30.  I stayed here – I was staying here

B 101
1.  Did Elizabeth put a new poster on the wall yesterday? – Elizabeth did not put a new poster on the wall
yesterday. – Who put a new poster on the wall yesterday? – What did Elizabeth put on the wall yesterday?
– Where did Elizabeth put a new poster yesterday? – When did Elizabeth put a new poster on the wall?
2.  Was Ian helping his grandfather in the garden? – Ian was not helping his grandfather in the garden. – Who
was helping his grandfather in the garden? – Who was Ian helping in the garden? – Where was Ian helping his
grandfather?
3.  Were the boys watching a film at midnight? – The boys were not watching a film at midnight. – Who was
watching a film at midnight? – What were the boys watching at midnight? – When were the boys watching a
film?
4.  Did Uncle Max sell his car because he needed money? – Uncle Max did not sell his car because he needed
money. – Who sold his car because he needed money? – What did Uncle Max sell because he needed money? –
Why did Uncle Max sell his car?
5.  Did Peter’s parents live in England for ten months? – Peter’s parents did not live in England for ten months.
– Whose parents lived in England for ten months? – Where did Peter’s parents live for ten months? – (For) How
long did Peter’s parents live in England?
6.  Was Aunt Julia telling the children a good-night story? – Aunt Julia was not telling the children a good-
night story. – Who was telling the children a good-night story? – Who was Aunt Julia telling a good-night
story? – What was Aunt Julia telling the children?

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7.  Could they put out the fire by throwing a blanket on it? – They could not put out the fire by throwing a
blanket on it. – How could they put out the fire?
8.  Did Jasper speak French very well? – Jasper did not speak French very well. – Who spoke French very well?
– What did Jasper speak very well? – How did Jasper speak French?

B 102
1.  How did you get to America? 2.  Who came/went with you?/Who did you go with? 3.  Where did you
go? 4.  Did you visit Disney World? 5.  How much did the holiday cost? 6.  What did you like best?
7.  What was the weather like? 8.  Were the Americans friendly? 9.  Did you have any adventures?
10.  How long did you stay?

CD 103
1.  were sleeping – came 2.  left – was looking 3.  was reading – was waiting 4.  were sleeping – broke
5.  was studying – fell 6.  tried – weren’t listening 7.  was working – met – fell – asked 8.  was sitting
– noticed – was talking 9.  were putting – was getting 10.  was walking – stumbled – fell – hurt – took

CD 104
1.  got – were already calling 2.  were watching – knocked 3. was singing – was walking 4. were doing
– was taking 5. was getting – were trying 6. were walking – began 7. was setting – came 8.  were
dancing – were listening 9.  were taking – walked 10. was driving – noticed – had

CD 105
1.  did not understand – were saying – did not speak – learned 2.  sent – needed 3.  got – could
4.  looked – saw – was still raining 5.  did not want – was reading 6. were you doing – was sitting
7. did you meet – were travelling 8. came – served 9. landed – called 10. asked – remembered

15. KAPITEL: The Possessive Case – der 2. (besitzanzeigende) Fall


AB 106
1.  Julia’s new dress 2.  the name of the street 3.  my sister’s boyfriend 4.  Dad’s boss 5.  the
feathers of the bird/the bird’s feathers 6.  the eyes of the tiger/the tiger’s eyes 7.  the rooms of the hotel
8.  Mozart’s operas 9.  Jack’s camera 10.  Uncle Bob’s motorbike 11.  Charles’s parents 12.  my
parents’ wedding picture 13.  the light of the moon 14.  London’s Underground 15.  my boyfriend’s father
16.  Alexander’s address 17.  the length of the river 18.  our new dog’s name/the name of our new dog
19.  a baby’s hair/the hair of a baby 20.  France’s provinces/the provinces of France 21.  Vienna’s museums/
the museums of Vienna 22.  the price of the tickets 23.  the days of the week 24.  the headmaster of
my school 25.  the colour of the cake 26.  the smell of the cheese 27.  the girls’ books/the books of the
girls 28.  Mr. Simmons’s job/Mr. Simmons’ job 29.  the windows of the house 30.  Frank’s trainers

16. KAPITEL: Prepositions – Vorwörter/Präpositionen


A 107
1.  in 1996 2.  since 1998 3.  until 1998 4.  on June 2, 2010 5.  before that day 6.  after that
day 7.  at Christmas 2014 8.  from 2009 to 2013 9.  for three years

B 108
Hier musst du wohl oder übel deine eigenen Lösungen finden! Vielleicht bittest du aber jemand, der gut
Englisch kann, deine Sätze zu kontrollieren?

17. KAPITEL: The Present Participle – das Mittelwort der Gegenwart


A 109
asking – bringing – crying – drying – emptying – freezing – growing – hiding – injuring – judging
– knocking – leaving – making – nagging – organising – pushing – quitting – rising – shaking –
trying – using – visiting – waiting – yearning

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B 110
1.  my tooth is aching 2.  Mum is baking a cake 3.  they were coming up the hill 4.  I will be doing it
5.  Sam has been eating 6.  the leaves are falling 7.  Alex was grinning 8.  we were hiking 9.  Dora
will be jumping 10.  I’m kneeling on the floor 11.  Jill is lying in the sun 12.  Dad was making
tea 13.  she has been opening letters 14.  they will be putting up tents 15.  we will be reading about
it 16.  Nick was speaking with you 17.  you have been talking a long time 18.  they are using my pen
19.  he was yelling at me 20.  Sue will be writing letters

C 111
1.  fishing licence 2.  sleeping pill 3.  talking animals 4.  winning numbers 5.  fascinating
story 6.  barking dogs 7.  running water 8.  reading lamp 9.  freezing cold 10.  Rising Sun
11.  visiting hours 12.  writing paper 13.  Dying Swan 14.  drinking water

D 112
1.  Did you notice some strangers standing around yesterday?/Hast du bemerkt, dass gestern einige Fremde
herumstanden? 2.  The hunters came riding across the fields./Die Jäger kamen über die Felder geritten.  
3.  Let’s watch the kids playing “Ludo”. They .../Schauen wir den Kindern beim „Mensch-ärgere-dich-nicht-
Spielen“ zu!   4.  ..., they will catch you leaving before the end of the lesson./… sie werden dich erwischen,
wenn du vor dem Ende der Stunde weggehst.   5.  Please, don’t keep us standing in the cold./Bitte lass(t)
uns nicht in der Kälte stehen!   6.  In winter, we go skiing almost every weekend./Im Winter gehen wir fast
jedes Wochenende Schi fahren.   7.  I watched you talking to a man I don’t know./Ich habe dich beobachtet,
wie du mit einem Mann sprachst, den ich nicht kenne.   8.  Couldn’t you hear me knocking?/Hast du mich
nicht Klopfen gehört? 9.  ..., but you keep getting bad marks./…, aber du bekommst weiterhin schlechte
Noten.   10.  Julia could feel her toothache getting worse and worse./Julia fühlte, wie ihre Zahnschmerzen
immer schlimmer wurden.   11.  ... here! I can hear them laughing./Ich kann sie lachen hören.  
12.  ..., avalanches came thundering down the mountainside./Nach dem Erdbeben donnerten Lawinen den
Hang herunter.   13.  I’ve noticed you looking at Marilyn./Ich habe bemerkt, dass du Marilyn angesehen hast.  
14.  ..., thousands of bats come flying out of the cave./… kommen Tausende Fledermäuse aus der Höhle
geflogen.   15. ...; she keeps thinking that she has made a silly mistake./…; sie glaubt immer (wieder, noch),
dass sie einen dummen Fehler gemacht hat.  

E 113
1.  Maria sat on the terrace of her house watching the birds and the bees. – Sitting on the terrace of her
house, Maria watched the birds and the bees.   2.  Taking his briefcase, Dad left for work.   3.  Opening the
door to the kitchen, Leslie noticed a strange smell.   4.  Nelly prepared herself a cup of tea thinking of her
meeting with Tim. – Preparing herself a cup of tea, Nelly was thinking of her meeting with Tim.   5.  Looking
across the street, I saw a very pretty girl on the other side.   6.  Walking into the classroom today, Mr.
Smithers looked very worried.   7.  Putting on her shoes this morning, Irene decided to buy a new pair.  
8.  Sitting on the railing, the boys were watching the girls. – The boys were sitting on the railing watching the
girls.   9.  Waving to the journalists, the President got on the plane.   10.  Studying the picture carefully,
Michael thought it was fantastic.   11.  I was jogging along the river enjoying the fresh air and the warm
sun. – Jogging along the river, I enjoyed the fresh air ...   12.  Riding his bike down the hill, Joe was hit by
a car.   13.  Lying on the couch, Dad was reading the newspaper. – Dad was lying on the couch reading the
newspaper.   14.  Tom stood on the top of the mountain feeling very proud of himself. – Standing on the top
of the mountain, Tom felt very proud of himself.   15.  Martina came out of the shop looking very pleased. –
Coming out of the shop, Martina looked very pleased.  

F 114
1.  Going to work, Dad usually meets ...   2.  Wanting to travel to China in summer, Gilbert saves ...  
3.  Walking home through the park, Edna heard ...   4.  Having no school today, I stayed up .../Not having
school today, I stayed up ...   5.  Waiting for his friends, Simon decided ...   6.  Leaving the sweets shop,
Ben saw that his bike ...   7.  Gerry being a very good goalkeeper, many teams want him ...   8.  Winter
being so cold, Gina bought herself ...   9.  The sun having gone down, the vampires came out ...   10.  The
doors always being open, everybody can come and go as they like.  

G 115
1.  ... we saw many people collecting firewood ...   2.  Everyone leaving the room was ...   3.  ... all the
trees standing in the way of the new road.   4.  People speaking several languages are called ... 
5.  ... all those pictures hanging on the walls? 6.  Is this my DVD lying on the floor? 7.  ... arrested four

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men selling drugs in the park.   8.  ... Mum noticed a woman wearing the same dress.   9.  ... very good
friends with the people living next door.   10.  Is there anybody wishing they were not here?

H 116
1.  Walking through the town, I noticed many people trying to find a parking space for their cars.  
2.  Leaving the shop, Fred saw a blind man crossing the street.   3.  Opening the window, Max heard the
ambulance coming round the corner.   4.  Looking down from the mountain, we saw lots of cows grazing on
the meadows.   5.  Having finished school, Nick got a job at a shop selling computers.   6.  Sitting on a park
bench, Sue observed a man talking to some young girls.   7.  The room being in a mess, I picked up all the
things from the floor.   8.  Not knowing what to do with them, Joe threw away all the photos hanging on the
walls.   9.  The party being over, the people got in the cars waiting outside and drove away.   10.  Getting
off the bus, you will see the birds nesting in the trees.

18. KAPITEL: The Present Perfect Tense – die Vergangenheit


A 117
1.  I have asked – I have been asking 2.  you have bought – you have been buying 3.  Tom has cried –
Tom has been crying 4.  Sandy has drunk – Sandy has been drinking 5.  the cat has eaten – the cat
has been eating 6.  we have fished – we have been fishing 7.  you have grown – you have been growing
8.  the boys have hidden – the boys have been hiding 9.  Joe has installed – Joe has been installing
10.  I have jumped – I have been jumping 11.  we have kept – we have been keeping 12.  you have lived
– you have been living 13.  Jane has made – Jane has been making 14.  the girls have ordered – the
girls have been ordering 15.  you have planted – you have been planting 16.  I have read – I have been
reading 17.  Mary has sung – Mary has been singing 18.  Mr. Jones has tried – Mr. Jones has been trying
19.  the bus has waited – the bus has been waiting 20.  Cynthia has yearned – Cynthia has been yearning

A 118
1.  Look, the birds have built a nest again! 2.  I’m hungry. I haven’t eaten since this morning.   3.  Jill
has called her parents, but they are not at home.   4.  Have you heard from James lately? – No, I haven’t.  
5.  Has Joe taken the books back to the library? – I really don‘t know.   6.  It has been raining for three
days. I hope it stops soon.   7.  Dad and I have been working on this model since Christmas.   8.  The baby
has been sleeping for eight hours. He’ll wake up soon.   9.  I have been going to this school since we moved
to this town.   10.  What have you been talking about? – Don‘t worry, not about you.  

A 119
1.  Has Kevin found important documents in a trash can? – Kevin has not found important documents in a trash
can. – Who has found important documents in a trash can? – What has Kevin found in a trash can? – Where has
Kevin found important documents?
2.  Have the girls been playing on the beach? – Who has been playing on the beach? – Where have the girls
been playing?

B1 120
1.  He has gone to the park.   2.  I have tidied my room.   3.  They have found a bigger one.   4.  I have
watched the story on TV.   5.  His girlfriend has left him.   6.  She has hurt her leg.   7.  He has dyed it
again. 8.  He has sold his car.   9.  I have eaten too much.   10.  Mr. Jackson has arrived.   11.  She
has heard about your accident.   12.  Someone has left the windows open.

B2 121
1.  I’ve just found them./I’ve already found them.   2.  No, we’ve just spoken with her./No, we have already
spoken with her.   3.  I’ve already seen it twice.   4.  No, he has just gone to town with his brothers.  
5.  No, I’ve just taken a rest./No, I’ve already taken a rest.   6.  I’ve already called the police.

B2 122
1.  Have you ever smoked a cigar?/Have you smoked a cigar yet? – Yes, I have already tried it, but ...  
2.  Has your dad ever worked in another country?/Has your dad worked in another country yet? – No, he’s never
wanted to do it./No, he hasn’t wanted to do it yet.   3.  Have the boys ever done jazz dancing?/Have the
boys done jazz dancing yet? – No, they haven’t been asked yet./No, they’ve never been asked.   4.  Has Brian
ever been to a foreign country?/Has Brian been to a foreign country yet? – Yes, he has already visited Sweden
and Norway.   5.  Have you ever tried Indian food?/Have you tried Indian food yet? – No, we haven’t been to
an Indian restaurant yet./No, we’ve never been to an Indian restaurant.   6.  Have you ever seen Eric Clapton

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in concert?/Have you seen Eric Clapton in concert yet? – No, we haven’t had the chance yet./No, we’ve never
had the chance.   7.  Has Marilyn ever played field hockey?/Has Marilyn played field hockey yet? – Yes, she
has already played on the school team.   8.  Have you ever met a prettier girl?/Have you met a prettier girl
yet? – No, I’ haven’t seen anyone as pretty yet./No, I’ve never seen anyone as pretty.  

B2 123
1.  Have you seen Harry lately/recently? – No, we haven’t seen or talked to him this week.   2.  Have your
grandparents visited you this month? – Yes, they’ve been here lately/recently.   3.  Has Josie called this
afternoon? – No, we haven’t heard from her so far.   4.  Have you touched this button recently/lately? – No,
we haven’t been here all day.   5.  Has Tessa talked to Jim today? – Yes, she’s called him this morning.  
6.  Has Uncle Tom bought a car recently/lately? – No, he hasn’t sold his old one so far.   7.  Have you
watched TV today? – No, I haven’t left my room in the last few hours.   8.  Has Tina had lunch today? – No,
she hasn’t come home from school so far.  

C1 124
1.  What have you been doing? – I’ve been rolling around on the ground.   2.  What have you been doing?
– We’ve been helping Grandpa in the garden.   3.  What have they been doing? – They’ve been fighting.  
4.  What have you been doing? – I’ve been sunbathing too long.   5.  What has he been doing? – He’s been
talking to my maths teacher.   6.  What’s he been doing? – He’s been watching too much TV.   7.  What has
she been doing? – She’s been crying over her boyfriend.   8.  What have you been doing? – We’ve been having
a snowball fight.   9.  What’s he been doing? – He’s been working very hard lately.   10.  What have they
been doing? – They’ve been playing around with Mum’s lipsticks.   11.  What’s she been doing? – She’s been
talking to her boss about a new job.   12.  What have you been doing? – I’ve been doing a lot of sport.  

C2 125
1.  since 2.  since 3.  for 4.  since 5.  for 6.  for 7.  since 8.  for 9.  for 10.  since
11.  for 12.  for 13.  since 14.  for 15.  since

C2 126
1.  The Bakers have been living next door to us since 2002.   2.  Max and Mona have been learning to drive
since October.   3.  Fred’s uncle has been working in Australia for a long time.   4.  Lucy has been playing
the violin since she was ten.   5.  Betty has been studying for her chemistry exam for a week.   6.  Grandma
has been staying with us since Easter Sunday.   7.  Frank has been writing books since 1980.   8.  The
boys have been surfing the internet since 2 p.m.   9.  I’ve been thinking of you since I first met you.  
10.  Grandpa has been driving only Opels for fifty years.   11.  Sue has been looking for her earrings since she
came home.   12.  It’s been snowing for five hours.

D 127
1.  has been taking 2.  I’ve been crying – has died 3.  have been looking – have not found it
4.  you’ve been working – haven’t had 5.  you’ve eaten 6.  have been learning 7.  has worked/has
been working – has found 8.  have you been doing – I’ve been running 9.  has not called 10.  I’ve
tried – have you been doing 11.  has been speaking – has not finished 12.  have lived/have been living
13.  have not eaten – have made 14.  have you had – has not been 15.  have been playing – have
had 16.  have you spoken 17.  have been waiting 18.  has been taking/has taken 19.  have hidden
20.  have been 21.  has been – has never taught 22.  have waited/have been waiting 23.  has left
– has gone 24.  have you finished 25.  I’ve been sitting

E 128
1. the man asked a question – the man has asked a question 2.  Joe bought an MP3 player – Joe has
bought an MP3 player 3.  Dad caught a big fish – Dad has caught a big fish 4.  Sally danced with Simon
– Sally has danced with Simon 5.  Max ate all the sweets – Max has eaten all the sweets 6.  we found the
map – we have found the map 7.  nobody got a letter – nobody has got a letter 8.  I heard a loud noise
– I have heard a loud noise 9.  Nelly jumped into the river – Nelly has jumped into the river 10.  Mum
kept the photos – Mum has kept the photos 11.  the girls learned (learnt) to dance – the girls have learned
(learnt) to dance 12.  Grandma made cookies – Grandma has made cookies 13.  someone opened the
doors – someone has opened the doors 14.  who pressed the button? – who has pressed the button?
15.  Edward quit smoking – Edward has quit smoking 16.  two men robbed a bank – two men have robbed a
bank 17.  Richard saw the doctor – Richard has seen the doctor 18.  we told the headmaster – we have
told the headmaster 19.  somebody used my towel – somebody has used my towel 20.  Tina wrote a nice
story – Tina has written a nice story

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E 129
1.  tried – were you? – was – have seen 2.  has just left 3.  had – was – had 4.  have you ever seen
– saw – were 5.  bought – hasn’t used 6.  wrote – have read 7.  has rained – did not rain – has not
rained 8.  began – have been 9.  liked – was – has not watched 10.  gave – have tried 11.  have
you ever heard – have talked – controlled – arrived – showed 12.  has sent – wrote 13.  has won – lost

19. KAPITEL: The Present Tense – die Gegenwart/das Präsens


A 130
1.  wants 2.  own – sell 3.  plays 4.  build 5.  likes – take – loves – skis 6.  gets – shouts
7.  drive 8.  knows – know 9.  reads – read 10.  rises – sets

A 131
1.  is trying 2.  is studying 3.  are planting 4.  are playing 5.  am waiting 6.  are writing
7.  is knocking 8.  are having 9.  am thinking 10.  is running

B 132
1.  Are the guests leaving because it is late? – Who is leaving because it is late? – Why are the guests leaving?
– The guests are not leaving because it is late.
2.  Is Michelle watching a film in her room? – Who is watching a film in her room? – What is Michelle watching
in her room? – Where is Michelle watching a film? – Michelle is not watching a film in her room.
3.  (Am I watering the flowers ... ➝ macht wenig Sinn!) – What are you (am I) watering in the living room?
– Where are you (am I) watering the flowers? – I am not watering the flowers in the living room.
4.  Does Francis live near London? – Who lives near London? – Where does Francis live? – Francis does not live
near London.
5.  Does Linda work in a flower shop every Friday afternoon? – Who works in a flower shop every Friday
afternoon? – Where does Linda work every Friday afternoon? – When does Linda work in a flower shop? – Linda
does not work in a flower shop every Friday afternoon.
6.  Do many tourists visit St. Paul’s Cathedral every day? – Who visits St. Paul’s Cathedral every day? – What do
many tourists visit every day? – When do many tourists visit St. Paul’s Cathedral? – Not many tourists visit St.
Paul’s Cathedral every day. (= besser als: Many tourists do not visit St. Paul’s ... .)
7.  Do young people love snowboarding because it is easy to learn? – Who loves snowboarding because
it is easy to learn? – What do young people love because it is easy to learn? – Why do young people love
snowboarding? – Young people do not love snowboarding because it is easy to learn.
8.  Do Joe and his friends enjoy watching horror films? – Who enjoys watching horror films? – What do Joe and
his friends enjoy watching? – Joe and his friends do not enjoy watching horror films.
9.  Is Miriam in bed because she is ill? – Where is Miriam? – Why is Miriam in bed? – Miriam is not in bed
because she is ill.
10.  Do many people come to Britain to study English? – Who comes to Britain to study English? – Where
do many people come to study English? – Why do many people come to Britain? – Not many people come to
Britain to study English. (= besser als: Many people do not come to Britain ... .)
11.  Do the girls sing beautifully? – Who sings beautifully? – How do the girls sing? – The girls do no sing beautifully.
12.  (Am I painting my room ...? = wenig Sinn) – What are you (am I) painting orange and pink? – How are
you (am I) painting your (my) room? – I am not painting my room orange and pink.
13.  Is Eric studying history because he wants to pass tomorrow‘s test? – What is Eric studying because he
wants to pass tomorrow‘s test? – Why is Eric studying history? – Eric is not studying history because he wants
to pass tomorrow‘s test.
14.  Are you sleeping in our beds? – Who is sleeping in our beds? – Where are you sleeping? – You are not
sleeping in our beds.
C 133
1.  live 2.  is talking 3.  drives – is walking 4.  leaves – arrives 5.  are going 6.  turns – turns
7.  are fighting 8.  bakes – does 9.  starts 10.  is looking 11.  are driving 12.  grow 13.  is
growing – looks 14.  goes – is watching 15.  leaves 16.  enjoy 17.  is lying – are working
18.  gives 19.  is ringing – visits 20.  see – is showing
D 134
1.  belongs 2.  is talking – don’t believe 3.  are eating – do you like – love 4.  understand – don’t like
– tastes 5.  says – owns – is lying 6.  is watching – don’t want 7.  do you normally have 8.  see –
hear 9.  know 10.  is having 11.  works – isn’t working 12.  are you going – am seeing

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21. KAPITEL: Pronouns – Fürwörter/Pronomen


A1 135
1.  Don’t ask him! He doesn’t know it.   2.  We are waiting for them.   3.  Let’s buy it for her.   4.  They
want to speak with us.
A2 136
1.  you 2.  I 3.  It 4.  He 5.  they 6.  she 7.  It 8.  he 9.  you – I 10.  they
A2 137
1.  him 2.  them 3.  her 4.  you 5. it 6.  you – you 7.  us 8.  them 9.  her 10.  me
A2 138
1.  it – it 2.  him – he 3.  they – them 4.  we 5.  her – she 6.  it 7.  you – we 8.  they –
them 9.  them 10.  her – she – she
B 139
1.  her 2.  my – our 3.  your – my 4.  my 5.  your 6.  your 7.  his 8.  our 9.  its
B 140
1.  hers 2.  yours 3.  mine 4.  yours 5.  ours 6.  hers – mine 7.  his 8.  mine/ours
9.  yours – his
E1 141
1.  yourself/yourselves 2.  yourselves 3.  themselves 4.  himself 5.  themselves 6.  himself
7.  herself 8.  myself 9.  ourselves 10.  yourself/yourselves 11.  ourselves 12.  yourselves

E2 142
1.  myself 2.  themselves 3.  himself 4.  ourselves 5.  himself 6.  themselves 7.  itself
8.  yourself 9.  myself 10.  yourselves 11.  yourself 12.  myself

E3 143
1.  Dad himself 2.  I myself 3.  the Queen herself 4.  skiing itself 5.  the children themselves
6.  you yourself 7.  we ourselves 8.  David Alaba himself 9.  the guests themselves 10.  the
house itself 11.  I myself 12.  she herself

E4 144
1.  by himself 2.  by myself 3.  by themselves 4.  by herself 5.  by ourselves 6.  by yourselves
7.  by himself 8.  by herself 9.  by itself 10.  by myself

E5 145
1.  with each other 2.  proud of themselves (proud of each other) 3.  ask one another 4.  with one
another 5.  saw each other 6.  talk to themselves 7.  speak with each other 8.  help one another
9.  hurt themselves 10.  ashamed of yourselves

E6 146
1.  In the evening I often make myself ham and eggs.   2.  Quick, call the ambulance! Veronica has hurt
herself! 3.  We must hurry! Our train leaves in ten minutes.   4.  Can/Do you remember Rupert? Rosie
has fallen in love with him.   5.  Julius will kill himself one day if he drives so fast.   6.  Don’t forget, you
must answer all the questions (by) yourselves! 7.  We sat down on the bench and looked out at the sea.  
8.  Lucky broke her arm (while she was) skating.   9.  Sandra doesn’t feel good today. She wants to be by
herself.   10.  Let’s meet in the park after school.   11.  I didn’t buy the hot dogs for myself, but for all of
us.   12.  We know the end of the story. Robert himself has told us.   13.  Come here and help me! I can’t
move!   14.  Fred is an egoist! He thinks only of himself.  

22. KAPITEL: Question and Negation – Frage und Verneinung


A 147
1.  Is Jackie in her room? – Jackie is not in her room.   2.  Were Ginger and Fred at the party? – Ginger and
Fred were not at the party.   3.  Am I late again? – I am not late again.   4.  Was Doris in London last week?
– Doris was not in London last week.   5.  Are apples cheap at the moment? – Apples are not cheap at the
moment.   6.  Was Celine crying? – Celine was not crying.   7.  Am I in your group this year? – I am not in

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your group this year.   8.  Were Joe’s parents angry? – Joe’s parents were not angry.   9.  Is Linda Anna’s
best friend? – Linda is not Anna’s best friend.   10.  Are the mountains very steep? – The mountains are not
very steep.  
11.  Can Max speak Russian? – Max cannot speak Russian.   12.  Will you tell us a nice story? – We will
not tell you a nice story.   13.  Could your friends solve the riddle? – My friends could not solve the riddle.  
14.  Would George like to go now? – George would not like to go now.   15.  Have I seen this film before?
– I have not seen this film before.   16.  Could Sam hear everything? – Sam could not hear everything.  
17.  Will Jessica be here soon? – Jessica will not be here soon.   18.  Would we do it if we could? – We would
not do it if we could.   19.  Has Eric written the best essay? – Eric has not written the best essay.   20.  Will
they show the film next week? – They will not show the film next week.  
21. Has Sammy found a gold coin? – Sammy has not found a gold coin.   22.  May I/we take the book? – I/
We may not/must not take the book.   23.  Is Rudy studying for his exam? – Rudy is not studying for his exam.  
24.  Have we lost the match? – We have not lost the match.   25.  Must I/we speak with the headmaster?
– I/We need not speak with the headmaster.   26.  Was it snowing heavily? – It was not snowing heavily.  
27.  Have I got enough money? – I have not got enough money.   28.  Are they painting the walls? – They
are not painting the walls.   29.  Can I stay out all night? – I cannot stay out all night.   30.  Were people
waiting for the beginning of the concert? – People were not waiting for the beginning of the concert.  
31.  Must I/we answer this question? – I/We need not answer this question.   32.  Is Grandpa going to fix my
bike? – Grandpa is not going to fix my bike.   33.  Has Walter gone to town? – Walter has not gone to town.  
34.  Can our friends see us here? – Our friends cannot see us here.   35.  Should we ask Elvis for advice? –
We should not ask Elvis for advice.   36.  May I/we leave the room? – I/We may/must not leave the room.  
37.  Will they ask us lots of questions? – They will not ask us lots of questions.   38.  May we talk to Gina
tomorrow? – We may/must not talk to Gina tomorrow.   39.  Were the rooms empty? – The rooms were not
empty.   40.  Would you do it again? – You would not do it again.

A 148
1.  Can Janet play the guitar very well? – Janet cannot play the guitar very well. – Who can play the guitar
very well? – What can Janet play very well? – How can Janet play the guitar? – How well can Janet play the
guitar? 2.  Has Sarah got an aquarium in her room? – Sarah has not got an aquarium in her room. – Who
has got an aquarium in her room? – What has Sarah got in her room? – Where has Sarah got an aquarium?
3.  Are the boys in the locker room? – The boys are not in the locker room. – Who is in the locker room? –
Where are the boys? 4.  Are Gina and Susan listening to their CDs in Gina’s room? – [They] are not listening
to their CDs in Gina’s room. – Who is listening to their CDs in Gina’s room? – What are [they] listening to in
Gina’s room? – Where are [they] listening to their CDs? – In whose room are [they] listening to their CDs?
5.  Must we read the book at home? – We need not read the book at home. – Who must read the book at home?
– What must we read at home? – Where must we read the book? 6.  Were the girls tired because they had
not eaten? – The girls weren’t tired because they had not eaten. – Who was tired because they had not eaten?
– Why were the girls tired? – What were the girls because they had not eaten? 7.  Was Lucy in Liverpool last
week? – Lucy was not in Liverpool last week. – Who was in Liverpool last week? – Where was Lucy last week?
– When was Lucy in Liverpool? 8.  Could Marcus answer all the questions? – Marcus could not answer all the
questions. – Who could answer all the questions? – What could Marcus answer? – How many questions could
Marcus answer? 9.  Will your parents sell the car next year? – My parents will not sell the car next year.
– Who will sell the car next year? – What will your parents sell next year? – When will your parents sell the
car? 10.  Are the children going to see “West Side Story” at school? – [They] are not going to see “West Side
Story” at school. – Who is going to see “West Side Story” at school? – What are [they] going to see at school?
– Where are [they] going to see “West Side Story”?
11.  Is Peter’s car at the mechanic’s? – Peter’s car is not at the mechanic’s. – Whose car is at the mechanic’s?
– What is at the mechanic’s? – Where is Peter’s car? 12.  Are they showing “Monk” tonight? – They are not
showing “Monk” tonight. – Who is showing “Monk” tonight? – What are they showing tonight? – When are
they showing “Monk”? 13.  Will Monica’s concert be wonderful? – Monica’s concert will not be wonderful.
– Whose concert will be wonderful? – What will be wonderful? – How will Monica’s concert be?/What will
Monica’s concert be like? 14.  Has Mum baked a cake because today is Dad’s birthday? – Mum has not baked
a cake because today is Dad’s birthday. – Who has baked a cake because today is Dad’s birthday? – What has
Mum baked because today is Dad’s birthday? – Why has Mum baked a cake? – (What day is today? – Whose
birthday is it today? – What has Mum done because today is Dad’s birthday?) 15.  Can we sleep in Joe’s
room because he is not here? – We/You cannot sleep in Joe’s room because he is not here. – Who can sleep in
Joe’s room because he is not here? – Where can we/you sleep because Joe is not here? – Why can we/you sleep
in Joe’s room? – In whose room can we/you sleep? 16.  Should the boys go home because it is very late?
– The boys should not go home because it is very late. – Who should go home because it is very late? – Where
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built a new barbecue in their garden? – Our neighbours have not built a new barbecue in their garden. – Who
has built a new barbecue in their garden? – What have your/our neighbours built in their garden? – Where have
your/our neighbours built a new barbecue? 18.  Was Mona sleeping in Christopher’s arms? – Mona was not
sleeping in Christopher’s arms. – Who was sleeping in Christopher’s arms? – Where was Mona sleeping? – In
whose arms was Mona sleeping? 19.  Have the guests left the party because they are tired? – The guests
have not left the party because they are tired. – Who has left the party because they are tired? – What have
the guests left because they are tired? – Why have the guests left the party? 20.  Will we like Jimmy? – You
will not like Jimmy (because he is not very nice). – Who will like Jimmy because he is very nice? – Who(m) will
we like (because he is very nice)? – Why will we like Jimmy?
21.  Was Bettina’s necklace very expensive? – Bettina’s necklace was not very expensive. – What was very
expensive? – Whose necklace was very expensive? – How was Bettina’s necklace? 22.  Can we/you ask
Mr. Langdon everything? – We cannot ask Mr. Langdon everything. – Who can ask Mr. Langdon everything?
– Who(m) can we ask everything? – What can we/you ask Mr. Langdon? 23.  Can Marie sing well? – Marie
cannot sing well. – Who can sing well? – How can Marie sing? 24.  Must Laura ask her parents because
they are very strict? – Laura need not ask her parents (because they are not very strict). – Who must ask her
parents because they are very strict? – Who(m) must Laura ask because they are very strict? – Why must Laura
ask her parents? 25.  Are Jack and Jill going to buy the house on the hill? – Jack and Jill are not going to
buy the house on the hill. – Who is going to buy the house on the hill? – What are Jack and Jill going to buy?
– What house are Jack and Jill going to buy? 26.  Could you/we leave because the concert was over? – We
could not leave (because the concert was not over). – Who could leave because the concert was over? – Why
could we leave? (– What was over?) 27.  Is Leo’s father working for Sandra’s dad at the moment? – Leo’s
father is not working for Sandra’s dad at the moment. – Who is working for Sandra’s dad at the moment? – For
whom is Leo’s father working at the moment?/Who is Leo’s father working for at the moment? – For whose
dad is Leo’s father working at the moment?/Whose dad is Leo’s father working for at the moment? – When
is Leo’s father working for Sandra’s dad? 28.  Will James marry his girlfriend some day? – James will not
marry his girlfriend some day. – Who will marry his girlfriend some day? – Who(m) will James marry some day?
– When will James marry his girlfriend? 29.  Must we/you finish the report before the weekend? – We need
not finish the report before the weekend. – Who must finish the report before the weekend? – What must we
finish before the weekend? – When must we finish the report? 30.  Has Charlie seen us in town? – Charlie
has not seen us in town. – Who has seen us in town? – Who(m) has Charlie seen in town? – Where has Charlie
seen us? 31.  Are the children in Mr. Harrison’s room? – The children are not in Mr. Harrison’s room. – Who
is in Mr. Harrison’s room? – Where are the children? – In whose room are the children? 32.  Should Norah’s
parents give her more pocket money? – Norah’s parents should not give her more pocket money. – Who should
give Norah more pocket money? – Whose parents should give her more pocket money? – What should Norah’s
parents give her? 33.  Has Claire’s Christmas tree caught fire? – Claire’s Christmas tree has not caught fire.
– What has caught fire? – Whose Christmas tree has caught fire? – What has Claire’s Christmas tree caught?
34.  Have they interviewed the Pope on TV? – They have not interviewed the Pope on TV. – Who has interviewed
the Pope on TV? – Who(m) have they interviewed on TV? – Where have they interviewed the Pope? 35.  Will
Caroline invite all her friends next week? – Caroline will not invite all her friends next week. – Who will invite
all her friends next week? – Who(m) will Caroline invite next week? – When will Caroline invite all her friends?
36.  Must we/you study hard because the next test will be difficult? – We need not study hard (because the
next test will not be difficult). – Who must study hard because the next test will be difficult? – How must we
study because the next test will be difficult? – Why must we study hard? 37.  Are the papers on Judy’s desk?
– The papers are not on Judy’s desk. – What is on Judy’s desk? – Where are the papers? – On whose desk are the
papers? 38.  Was Helen’s holiday in Turkey okay? – Helen’s holiday in Turkey was not okay. – What was okay?
– Whose holiday in Turkey was okay? – How was Helen‘s holiday in Turkey? 39.  Will the spectators freeze
during the match? – The spectators will not freeze during the match (because it is not so cold). – When will
the spectators freeze? – Why will the spectators freeze during the match? 40.  Has Alex given you the wrong
telephone number? – Alex has not given you/me/us the wrong telephone number. – Who has given you the
wrong telephone number? – What has Alex given you? – What telephone number has Alex given you?

B1 149
1.  Do Joe’s grandparents live on a farm? – Joe’s grandparents do not live on a farm.   2.  Does Joe visit them
every month? – Joe does not visit them every month.   3.  Did Mr. Miller buy the farm after the war? – Mr.
Miller did not buy the farm after the war.   4.  Does he grow wheat and sugar beets? – He does not grow
wheat and sugar beets.   5.  Does Joe keep a horse on his granddad’s farm? – Joe does not keep a horse on
his granddad’s farm.   6.  Do the Millers rent out rooms to tourists in summer? – The Millers do not rent rooms
to tourists in summer.   7.  Do some tourists help Mr. Miller with his work? – Some tourists do not help Mr.
Miller with his work. (Not all tourists help Mr. Miller with his work.) 8.  Did you (I) stay at the farm two
years ago? – I did not stay at the farm two years ago.   9.  Did you (we) like it because there are some cows

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and sheep? – We did not like it (because there are no cows and sheep).   10.  Does Mrs. Miller cook wonderful
dinners? – Mrs. Miller does not cook wonderful dinners.   11.  Did the doctor send her to hospital in spring
because
she had the flu? – The doctor did not send her to hospital in spring because she had the flu.   12.  Does Joe
want to be a farmer when he is older? – Joe does not want to be a farmer when he is older.   13.  Did his dad
leave to study at the university? – His dad did not leave to study at the university.   14.  Did Joe’s mum and
dad meet at the university? – Joe’s mum and dad did not meet at the university.   15.  Did they buy a nice
little house in the town ten years later? – They did not buy a nice little house in the town ten years later.

B1 150
1.  Who lives on a farm? – Whose grandparents live on a farm? – Where do Joe’s grandparents live? 2.  Who
visits them every month? – Who(m) does Joe visit every month? – When does Joe visit them?/How often does
Joe visit them? 3.  Who bought the farm after the war? – What did Mr. Miller buy after the war? – When did
Mr. Miller buy the farm? 4.  Who grows wheat and sugar beets? – What does he grow? 5.  Who keeps a
horse on his granddad’s farm? – What does Joe keep on his granddad’s farm? – Where does Joe keep a horse?
– On whose farm does Joe keep a horse? 6.  Who rents rooms to the tourists in summer? – What do the
Millers rent to the tourists in summer? – To whom do the Millers rent rooms in summer?/Who do the Millers
rent rooms to in summer? – When do the Millers rent rooms to the tourists? 7.  Who helps Mr. Miller with his
work? – Who(m) do some tourists help with the work? – With what do some tourists help Mr. Miller? 8.  Who
stayed at the farm two years ago? – Where did you (I) stay two years ago? – When did you (I) stay at the
farm? 9.  Who liked it because there are some cows and sheep? – Why did you/we like it? 10.  Who cooks
wonderful dinners? – What does Mrs. Miller cook? – What dinners does Mrs. Miller cook? 11.  Who sent her
to hospital in spring because she had the flu? – Who(m) did the doctor send to hospital in spring because she
had the flu? – Where did the doctor send her in spring because she had the flu? – When did the doctor send
her to hospital because she had the flu? – Why did the doctor send her to hospital in spring? 12.  Who
wants to be a farmer when he is older? – What does Joe want to be when he is older? – When does Joe want to
be farmer? 13.  Who left to study at the university? – Whose dad left to study at the university? – Why did
his dad leave? 14.  Who met at university? – Whose mum and dad met at university? – Where did Joe’s mum
and dad meet? 15.  Who bought a nice little house in the town ten years later? – What did they buy in the
town ten years later? – Where did they buy a nice little house ten years later? – When did they buy a nice little
house in the town?

B2 151
1.  Who helps his friends with their homework? – Who(m) does Frank help with their homework? 2.  Who
liked reggae music? – What did the boys like? 3.  Who sent her grandma a birthday telegram? – Who(m) did
Betty send a birthday telegram? 4.  Who showed me his hamster? – What did Frank show me? – Who(m)
did Frank show his hamster? 5.  Who gave Harry a kiss? – What did Lydia give Harry? – Who(m) did Lydia
give a kiss? 6.  Who writes me a letter every week? – What does Gina write me every week? – Who(m)
does Gina write a letter every week? 7.  Who buys her flowers? – What do I buy her? – Who(m) do I buy
flowers? 8.  Who asked us lots of questions? – What did the tourist ask us? – Who(m) did the tourist ask
lots of questions? 9.  Who called the doctor and the ambulance? – Who did you/we call? 10.  Who knows
everybody in this town? – Who(m) do your/my parents know? 11.  Who sees the new students every day?
– Who(m) do we see every day? 12.  Who plans and builds houses? – What does Jack’s dad plan and build?
13.  Who likes Italian wines and cheeses? – What do many people like? 14.  Who watched the burglars
leaving the house? – Who(m) did Mrs. Smith watch leaving the house?

C 152
1.  isn’t he? – Yes, he is./No, he isn’t.   2.  aren’t they? – Yes, they are./No, they aren’t.   3.  wasn’t he?
– No, he wasn’t.   4.  weren’t they? – Yes, they were.   5.  haven’t we? – No, we haven’t.   6.  won’t she?
– Yes, she will.   7.  don’t they? – Yes, they do.   8.  can’t she? – Yes, she can.   9.  hasn’t he? – No, he
hasn’t.   10.  will you? – No, I won’t.   11.  didn’t he? – Yes, he did.   12.  does she? – No, she doesn’t.  
13.  isn’t there? – Yes, there is.   14.  has she? – No, she hasn’t./Oh yes, she has.   15.  are there? – Oh
yes, there are.   16.  have you? – No, I haven’t.   17. weren’t there? – Yes, there were.   18.  didn’t he?
– Yes, he did.   19.  do you? – No, I don’t.   20.  am I? – Yes, you are./No, you aren’t.   21.  will you?
22.  shall we? 23.  aren’t I? – Yes, you are.   24.  were there? – No, there weren’t.   25.  doesn’t she?
– Yes, she does.   26.  did you? – No, I didn’t. – shall we? 27.  will you? 28.  aren’t there? – Oh yes,
there are.   29.  shall we? 30.  doesn’t it? – No, it doesn’t.  

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23. KAPITEL: Relative Clauses – Relativsätze


A 153
1.  who 2.  who 3.  who 4.  who 5.  who 6.  who 7.  who 8.  who 9.  that/who
10.  who/that 11.  whose 12.  whose 13.  who/that 14.  who 15.  whose 16.  who/that
17.  whose 18.  whose 19.  who 20.  whose 21.  who/that 22.  who 23.  whose 24.  who
25.  who 26.  who/that 27.  who 28.  whose 29.  who 30.  Ø 31.  whose 32.  that/ who
33.  whose 34.  who 35.  whose 36.  who 37.  Ø 38.  Ø 39.  who 40.  who

BC 154
1.  that (which) 2.  Ø (that/which) 3.  whose 4.  Ø (that/which) 5.  that (which) 6.  that
7.  Ø (that/which) 8.  whose 9.  that 10.  Ø (that/which) 11.  whose 12.  Ø (that)
13.  that (which) 14.  that (which) 15.  Ø (that/which) 16.  Ø (that/which) 17.  that 18.
whose 19.  Ø (that/which)

D 155
1.  Mona said she would come to my party, which was a great surprise.   2.  Sometimes Dad tries to dance
boogie, which looks rather funny.   3.  Joe decided to stay at home on the day of the maths test, which
was stupid.   4.  Eric says that he is my boyfriend, which is not true! 5.  They reached the top of the
mountain after six hours, which was fantastic.   6.  Ben ran the mile in less than four minutes, which was
a new record for him.   7.  Betty cannot find her favourite mascot, which makes her very sad.   8.  They
say Dennis has stolen some money, which I cannot believe! 9.  Victor passed the test with 100 per cent,
which is what we had all expected.   10.  My brother broke Mum’s favourite vase, which cost him a lot of
money.   11.  Henry often uses my things without asking, which I don’t like.   12. I won the tournament,
which nobody had thought I could do.   13.  Peter said I should jump from the 10 m board, which I refused
to do.   14.  Norma had to write the whole text again, which made her very angry.   15.  Gillian and Terry are
getting married in May, which will be a shock to Jamie.   16.  We’ve won four matches so far, which gives us
the chance to win the series.   17.  Cynthia told me she loved me, which was wonderful news.   18.  Leslie
is going back to Canada next month, which everybody feels sorry about.   19.  I got an “F” in my English
test, which I didn’t want you to know about.

EF 156
1.  what 2.  ..., which 3.  what 4.  where 5.  why 6.  what 7.  what 8.  where
9.  ..., which 10.  what 11.  what 12.  ..., which 13.  ..., which 14.  where 15.  ..., which
16.  why 17.  what 18.  where

G1 157
1.  whose 2.  Ø 3.  who/that 4.  Ø 5.  that/which 6.  whose 7.  Ø 8.  where 9.  why
10.  Ø

G2 158
1.  Where did you put the books that (which) were lying on the table? 2.  I liked the house where President
Washington lived.   3.  Some of the books we read at school last year were very interesting.   4.  I feel sorry
for the people whose dog ran away a few days ago.   5.  We have just had a telephone call from a man who
wants to buy our car.   6.  The film you told us about was really exciting.   7.  Gloria has asked me to go to
the dance with her, which is wonderful.   8.  Frank has a new sweater he wants to wear day and night.

H 159
1.  ..., who 2.  who 3.  ..., which [...] 2005, ...   4.  who 5.  ..., which 6.  ..., which [...] 1066,
...   7.  who/that 8.  ..., which [...] Washington, ...   9.  ..., whose [...] Vernon, ...   10.  where
11.  who/that 12.  ..., which 13.  ..., which [...] us, ...   14.  whose/..., whose [...] bad, ...  
15.  who/that 16.  ..., which

H 160
1.  Mrs. Klein, who is my mother’s best friend, is my favourite teacher.   2.  The mountain that rises behind
Naples is called Vesuvius.   3.  What’s the phone number of the girl you’ve just talked to? 4.  Charlie hasn’t
answered any of my emails, which makes me quite mad.   5.  Leo and Claire, who are both very good actors,
played Romeo and Juliet.   6.  Police are looking for the man whose car was found near the lake.   7.  Did
you like the film we talked about last week? 8.  The Volga, which empties into the Caspian Sea, is Europe’s
longest river.   9.  This must be the boy group whose latest song is the current Number One.   10.  The dress

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Mum is wearing tonight is from Paris.   11.  Jamie has bought an old motorbike, whose engine does not run
properly.   12.  The burglars took only an oil painting that was worth thousands of dollars.   13.  The oil
painting the burglars took was worth thousands of dollars.   14.  Tarzan, who grew up among wild animals,
was the king of the jungle.   15.  John Grisham, whose books have been translated into several languages,
writes mostly thrillers.  

24. KAPITEL: Singular and Plural – Einzahl und Mehrzahl


A 161
1.  On the walls of the rooms there were photos of the sea.   2.  Tokyo and Mexico are large cities.  
3.  Books are often better than films.   4.  The hunter was attacked by wolves.   5.  Mum needs potatoes and
tomatoes for the soup.   6.  The desks are full of paper.   7.  Please put the clothes in the boxes.   8.  The
buses and the trains leave in ten minutes.   9.  Our next door neighbours are two old ladies.   10.  The snow
must be removed from the roofs.   11.  Babies need a lot of sleep.   12.  Most birds can fly.

B 162
1.  These women work in factories.   2.  The sheep ran away and the dogs ran after them.   3.  The nurse
told the children (some) good-night stories.   4.  Don’t cross this line with your feet.   5.  The dentist pulled
out my grandpa’s last teeth.   6.  The bushes in our garden are full of raspberries.   7.  I often put berries in
my yoghurt.   8.  Do you know the men over there? 9.  You can catch mice with this trap.   10.  After the
night frost, the last leaves fell from the trees.   11.  Listen, the children are crying! 12.  They say horses
can be quite stubborn.

E 163
1.  many/lots of 2.  much 3.  a lot of 4.  many/lots of – a lot of 5.  many/lots of – much
6.  many/lots of 7.  much – much 8.  a lot of – much 9.  little 10.  (a) few 11.  few
12.  little

F 164
1.  every Saturday – all morning 2.  every year 3.  all the people – none of them 4.  some 5.  some
money 6.  every Sunday 7.  all the pictures 8.  all day 9.  all my friends/none of my friends
– all 10.  all her pills 11.  all afternoon 12.  some sugar – some eggs 13.  each bottle
14.  all football matches 15.  all evening/every evening 16.  none of them 17.  each of the
cities 18.  some of the people – some 19.  all the girls – none of them 20.  every day – every hour
21.  each of them 22.  none of the CDs 23.  every/each 24.  all week 25.  some time – all of
us/some of us 26.  all the questions 27.  some apple juice – all the bottles – all the juice 28.  all the
people – none of them 29.  some of them/all of them 30.  all of them

25. KAPITEL: Some & Any


AB 165
1.  Have you got any news from Edwin? – I haven’t got any news from Edwin.   2.  Has Joe told you anything
about an old mine in the woods? – Joe hasn’t told us anything about an old mine in the woods.   3.  Were
there any interesting people at the party? – There weren’t any interesting people at the party.   4.  Do you
need any help with this exercise? – I don’t need any help with this exercise.   5.  Do we know anyone who
can show us the way? – We don’t know anyone who can show us the way.   6.  Can you tell me something
about Mary that nobody else knows? – I can’t tell you anything about Mary that nobody else knows.   7.  Did
they leave the letter anywhere in this room? – They didn’t leave the letter anywhere in this room.   8.  Is
there any coffee left in the thermos? – There isn’t any coffee left in the thermos.   9.  Did Mr. Smith say
anything about the exam next week? – Mr. Smith didn’t say anything about the exam next week.   10.  Will
they ask us any silly questions? – They won’t ask us any silly questions.   11.  Has Tony written any books
about famous people? – Tony hasn’t written any books about famous people.   12.  Is there anybody at the
door? – There isn’t anybody at the door.

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AB 166
1.  somewhere 2.  some – any 3.  anything 4.  somebody/anybody – any 5.  something
6.  anyone 7.  anything 8.  any – some 9.  anything 10.  some – any 11.  some 12.  any
13.  some – any 14.  some – some – any 15.  any 16.  something – something 17.  someone –
anything 18.  any – some 19.  some – any 20.  someone – somewhere

26. KAPITEL: Word Order


AB 167
1. Victor is playing the trumpet in the school orchestra today 2. We have no school on Sunday./On Sunday
we have no school 3. Grandma sends me € 5 every week./Every week, Grandma sends me € 5. 4. Sheila
has got lots of posters in her room./In her room, Sheila has got a lot of posters. 5. Our neighbour burns
the dead leaves in the garden every autumn./Every autumn, our neighbour burns the dead leaves in the garden.
6. Gina and Jenny watch their favourite TV show at 4 p.m. every day./Every day at 4 p.m., Gina and Jenny
watch their favourite TV show. 7. You can put the books on the shelves. 8. My parents watch the news
on TV every evening./Every evening, my parents watch the news on TV. 9. Joe has found a wallet in the
park. 10. David plays computer games in his room every afternoon./Every afternoon, David plays computer
games in his room. 11. Mum bought a beautiful blouse in Paris last summer./Last summer Mum bought a
beautiful blouse in Paris. 12. The boys are playing football in the park.

C 168
1. Children are often afraid of the dark. 2. I always read the sports pages of the newspaper. 3. You will
never see these people again. 4. Mum usually takes the bus to work. 5. Dad sometimes helps me with
my homework. 6. We hardly ever play games in our English lessons. 7. It seldom rains in the Sahara.  
8. My bus is often late. 9. Grandpa has never been to America. 10. Julie sometimes goes to the disco
on Saturday. 11. You should always be polite to older people. 12. We usually go to the mountains in
summer.  

ABC 169
1. Dad is always there when I need him./When I need him, Dad is always there. 2. We have no English on
Friday./On Friday, we have no English. 3. Mum has tea for breakfast every morning./Every morning, Mum
has tea for breakfast. 4. There is hardly any milk left in the bottle. 5. I know this girl from school.
6. We often meet our friends at the weekend./At the weekend, we often meet our friends. 7. Joe usually
does his homework by himself. 8.  Jack has got three computers in his room. 9. Dad always reads the
newspaper at breakfast./At breakfast, Dad always reads the newspaper. 10. We sometimes have parties in
our garden in summer./In summer, we sometimes have parties in our garden. 11. Grandpa is often tired in
the evening./In the evening, Grandpa is often tired. 12. Jill and Jody have often been to Rome in spring./
In spring, Jill and Jody have often been to Rome.

ADDITIONAL EXERCISES
1. KAPITEL – Adjective
C 1
1.  the new one is much better 2.  the big one or the small one 3.  the old ones 4.  this one 5.  a
better one.   6.  a few white ones.   7.  the ones on the right 8.  the bad ones 9.  the next one or
the last one 10.  the lucky ones 11.  the smaller ones 12.  the small one 13.  “the honest one”
14.  the tall one – the fat one 15.  the white ones – the black ones 16.  the small ones

D 2
1.  wonderful long black hair 2.  clean new blue jeans 3.  some excellent dark Swiss chocolate 4.  an
expensive old wooden chair 5.  a simple old black dress 6.  horrible pink plastic flowers 7.  a friendly
old black man 8.  beautiful big blue eyes 9.  an expensive old Chinese wooden mask 10.  a small red
Italian car 11.  interesting modern operas 12.  an important old Latin document 13.  a fascinating
big American city 14.  a valuable red and green Turkish carpet 15.  a famous modern Austrian composer
16.  a big black metal box

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E 3
1.  happier 2.  earlier 3.  sweeter 4.  more expensive 5.  better – cooler 6.  later 7.  farther
8.  more exciting 9.  prettier 10.  worse 11.  better 12.  more 13.  nearer 14.   less 15.
more difficult 16.  better

EF 4
1.  better 2.  more difficult 3.  worst 4.  more 5.  cheaper 6.  happiest 7.  most dangerous
8.  most exciting 9.  fast – better 10.  hard 11.  more 12.  most successful 13.  farther
14.  more comfortable 15.  less 16.  younger – oldest

G5
1.  harder and harder 2.  more and more dangerous 3.  better and better 4.  more and more
5.  bigger and bigger 6.  less and less 7.  better and better 8.  more and more expensive 9.  worse
and worse 10.  more and more excited 11.  heavier and heavier 12.  quieter and quieter 13.  more
and more violent 14.  more and more difficult 15.  angrier and angrier 16.  more and more – fewer
and fewer 17. more and more boring 18. more and more surprised 19. later and later 20. crazier
and crazier

H6
1.  The lower the prices, the more people will buy. 2.  The earlier we leave, the sooner we‘ll get there.
3.  The older you are, the longer you can stay out … 4.  The more elegant a hotel (is), the more expensive
it will be. 5.  The more you eat, the higher the bill (will be). 6.  The more friends you have, the easier
it will be to get help. 7.  The more work I have, the more coffee I drink. 8.  The more ice there is on
the road, the more dangerous driving gets. 9.  The more you smoke, the sooner you‘ll die. 10.  The older
you are, the easier it is to do … 11.  The harder you work, the more money you‘ll make. 12.  The dirtier
the water, the more people will get ill. 13.  The later it got, the fewer people we saw. 14.  The more we
thought about the idea, the less we liked it. 15.  The longer I had to wait, the colder it got. 16.  The
darker it got, the less we could see. 17. The more you eat, the fatter you will get. 18. The more we
provoke Mrs. Miller, the angrier she will get.

2. KAPITEL – Adverb
BC 7
1.  deeply – deep 2.  near – nearly 3.  friendly – in a friendly way 4.  early – late 5.  lately – early
– nearly 6.  excellent – hardly 7.  daily – monthly 8.  most – mostly 9.  free – freely 10.  fast
– fast 11.  pleasant – in an ugly way 12.  direct – directly

A-E 8
1.  good – nicely 2.  wrong – sad – ill 3.  strongly 4.  great – fresh 5.  hungry – quickly
6.  slowly – faster – bad 7.  quickly – important 8.  quietly 9.  thoughtful – wonderful 10.  early
– sick 11.  sweetly – slowly 12.  brightly – happily – perfect 13.  really well 14.  hard – hard
15.  excellent – easily 16.  terribly sad – most important 17.  wonderful – simply 18.  lately – better
19.  silly – angrily 20.  daily

F-H 9
1.   Joe did his homework quickly today./Today, Joe did his homework quickly.   2.  Mr. Harrison never treats
his students unfairly.   3.  You will easily pass the exam tomorrow./You will pass the exam easily tomorrow./
Tomorrow you will pass the exam easily./Tomorrow you will easily pass the exam.   4.  Dad usually drives fast.  
5.  Harry looked at me sweetly today./Today, Harry looked at me sweetly.   6.  My parents have always lived
here.   7.  Have you ever seen an alligator here? 8.  The wind blew softly all night./All night, the wind
blew softly.   9.  Jenny is often terribly nervous.   10.  We had to stay inside all day.   11.  I can hardly
remember the place now.   12.  They usually cook very well here.   13.  We will really call you tomorrow./
Tomorrow, we will really call you.   14.  Dad worked hard in the garden yesterday./Yesterday, Dad worked hard
in the garden.   15.  Willie hardly ever fails a test completely.   16.  They will never visit us here again.

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3. KAPITEL – Article
A-G 10
1.  Ø – the 2.  a – the – a 3.  the – the – Ø 4.  Ø – Ø – Ø – an 5.  the – the 6.  the – the – Ø
7.  Ø – the – Ø (the) 8.  the – the 9.  the 10.  Ø – an 11.  the – the – the 12.  the – Ø – the
13.  Ø – a – the 14.  the – the – the 15.  the – an – Ø 16.  the – the – a – the 17.  an – the – Ø
18.  the – the – the – the – a – Ø

4. KAPITEL – Conditions
A 11
1.  ..., I will tell you.   2.  ..., we will take it.   3.  ..., we will have to wait until tomorrow.   4.  ..., I will
put the money in the bank.   5.  ..., what will you say? 6.  ..., they won’t let you into the country.   7.  ...
if you forget her birthday again.   8.  ... if you don’t sit at your computer all day.   9.  ... if we don’t hurry.  
10.  ... if you don’t come into the room.   11.  ... if you don’t take it.   12.  ... if you come to mine.

A 12
1.  asks – will help 2.  comes – will play 3.  throw – will you catch 4.  tell – won’t speak 5.  don’t
run – will leave 6.  doesn’t stop – won’t go 7.  will come – finish 8.  will sing – dance 9.  will make
– are 10.  won’t notice – take 11.  will call – don’t turn 12.  will visit – doesn’t shine

B 13
1.  ..., I would buy them.   2.  ..., we would be in deep trouble.   3.  ..., they would have a lot of money.  
4.  ..., I would go shopping now.   5.  ..., you wouldn’t get bad marks all the time.   6.  ..., I wouldn’t ask
you to come to my party.   7.  ..., we would go to the concert.   8.  ... if she dyed her hair orange.   9.  ...
if you did more sport.   10.  ... if she knew about my exam.   11.  ... if we did not have so much to do.  
12.  ... if I did not like you.   13.  … if I could get up more easily. 14.  … if we didn’t have the money.

C 14
1.  ..., the people would have gone home.   2.  ..., I would have taken lots of good pictures.   3.  ..., we wouldn’t
have missed the beginning of the film.   4.  ... if she had looked into the drawer.   5.  ... if you had told us
about the delay.   6.  ... if you had not asked me so nicely.   7.  had stayed – would have met 8.  had had –
would have come 9.  had known – would have won 10.  would have thrown – had known 11.  would have
finished – had had 12.  would have spoken – had seen 13.  wouldn’t have been – had not lied 14.  had
told – would have bought 15.  hadn’t broken – would have gone 16.  wouldn’t have asked – had not been

5. KAPITEL – Future
A-E 15
1.  will be 2.  is going to rain 3.  I‘ll come 4.  are going – are showing 5.  begins 6.  ‘ll have
– are you going to have/will you have – will probably have 7.  ‘ll call 8.  ‘ll do 9.  are going to
chop 10.  is visiting – arrives – is going to fetch – will pick 11.  will have 12.  is going to get – will
catch 13.  will you get/are you going to get – will probably drive 14.  are leaving – are going to stay
15.  am meeting – ‘ll call 16.  is going to play

6. KAPITEL – Gerund
A-G 16
1.  Swimming is fun.   2.  I don’t like translating English texts.   3.  Fishing is not allowed/permitted here.  
4.  We heard the clattering of our teeth.   5.  Answering every question correctly was not easy.   6.  Elsie
enjoys lying in the sun (and) doing nothing.   7.  It stopped snowing a while ago.   8.  I hate walking
the dog in the rain./I hate taking the dog for a walk in the rain.   9.  Waiting for Santa Claus can be very
exciting.   10.  Playing computer games is more fun than doing homework on the computer.  
11.  I think Joe is capable of solving the problem.   12.  Who is responsible for doing the dishes? 13.  I
believe you are tired from sleeping so much.   14.  Who is afraid of going down to the cellar? 15.  We are
tired of waiting for you all the time.   16.  Rita was surprised at getting an “A” on the exam.   17.  Who is

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interested in going to the school ball? 18.  Gina enjoys playing a trick on her friends.   19.  I’m proud of
having you as/for a friend.   20.  Max is very good at listening to other people.
21.  Joe admitted using my mobile.   22.  I can well imagine working here later on.   23.  Don’t worry,
I’m used to waiting.   24.  Did I mention meeting Gina? 25.  I hope you don’t mind sitting next to us.  
26.  You risk falling if you ride so fast.   27.  Liza always avoids dancing with Peter.   28.  I miss playing
chess with my grandpa.   29.  Do you mind shutting/closing the window? 30.  Have you ever considered
painting your room?
31.  I suggest taking the bus.   32.  Joe apologised for using my mobile.   33.  Danny drove/rode away
without asking us.   34.  I can’t stop thinking of Alex.   35.  We are looking forward to meeting Linkin Park.  
36.  I hope they won’t put off the opening of the show again.   37.  Julia insists on wearing jeans to school.  
38.  The Red Cross cares about helping people in distress.   39.  Nobody can keep/prevent me from talking to
you.   40.  “Durchstarten” is worth reading.

H 17
1.  ... before opening the door.   2.  Before taking the dog for a walk, ...   3.  ... before going to bed.  
4.  Before leaving the house, Mum ...   5.  ... before making a decision.   6.  On hearing about the concert,
Joe ...   7.  ... after reading the article about the runaway dog.   8.  After finding the hotel, ...   9.  ...
after winning in the lottery.   10.  After washing the curtains, Mum ...   11.  ... after handing in his test
paper.   12.  After watching the ski race on TV, ...

I 18
1.  By using natural products instead of plastic, you ...   2.  ... faster by taking a taxi.   3.  By answering
eight of the ten questions correctly, ...   4.  ... happy by getting a haircut.   5.  By saving all your money,
...   6.  ... problem by looking the other way.   7.  ... first by taking a shortcut through the park.   8.  ...
country by showing false passports.   9.  ... punish me by taking away my computer.   10.  By running the
100 m in 12.3 seconds, Fred ...   11.  ... everybody by finishing the maths contest first.   12.  ... next round
by beating our opponents 3 : 1.

J 19
1.  Joe is looking forward to (our/us) visiting London this summer.   2.  They are not interested in (my/me)
knowing the whole story.   3.  Mum apologised for (your) forgetting the appointment.   4.  I really enjoy
(your) being here.   5.  The police were surprised at (my/me) finding the stolen car so soon.   6.  You
cannot take my books without (my/me) noticing it.   7.  Dad doesn’t mind (our/us) watching TV late at night.  
8.  Mum worries about (my/me) getting lost at night.   9.  Do you mind (his/him) staying overnight?
10.  I miss (your/you) playing the piano.   11.  We don’t mind (her) watching this film.   12.  I’m tired of
(your/you) sitting in front of the computer all day.

8. KAPITEL – Reported Speech


A-F 20
1.  Martin told me that his mum and her best friend worked for the same boss.   2.  Frank informed me that
he had bought that bicycle from my brother.   3.  Jenny complained that nobody had noticed her new glasses.  
4.  Mum told me to take that book to the library the next day.   5.  Sarah said that she and her sister would
get flowers for their mum.   6.  The doctor told me to call him/her again the following week.   7.  My friends
said that they would wait for me/us in their car.   8.  Tim said that he had left his English books at school.  
9.  Mr. Jones said that he and his wife had always wanted to see Paris.   10.  Sue told me/us that Emily did
not like her new teachers.
11.   Tony said that he had not been talking about his problems, but mine/ours.   12.  My friends said that
they could not help me/us because they were in a hurry.   13.  Tim suggested that he would meet us here
after the concert the following Saturday.   14.  Mrs. Smith ordered us to show her our homework at once.  
15.  Our neighbours told us that they had bought that house two years before.   16.  Max informed me that
Mike wanted to talk with me.   17.  Dora thought that somebody was watching their house.   18.  Sue told
me not to call her again.   19.  Robert said that he was not very good at skiing, but that he danced very well.  
20.  Phil promised that they would return the books by the following weekend.  
21.  Mr. Brown asked me to write my name on that piece of paper.   22.  Joe complained that he had been
waiting for an answer since the week before.   23.  Dad asked (us) if we had seen his car keys anywhere.  
24.  Kevin wanted to know if I/we liked that song.   25.  I wondered if/whether they would keep us waiting
long.   26.  The policeman wanted to know if I/we had understood his question.   27.  The man asked if

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he could go home (now).   28.  The girls wanted to know if we were speaking with them.   29.  Gina asked
(me, us) if Charlie had been to one of my/our parties.   30.  Tom wanted to know if everybody was there.
31.  Alex wanted to know what I/we thought of his/her new trainers.   32.  Mum asked (me) what I had done
to my hair.   33.  Joe wanted to know when Dad’s plane arrived.   34.  Dad wondered where he had put his
books the day before.   35.  The tourists wondered how they would find the right street.   36.  Max wanted
to know why nobody was there yet.   37.  The guide asked (us) who could tell him the name of that building.  
38.  Fred wondered what he should tell his parents.  

9. KAPITEL – Infinitive
ABEH 21
1.  I happened to hear about you adventures in India.   2.  We refused to speak with these people.   3.  You
must learn to solve your problems yourself.   4.  Joe had better go to/see the doctor.   5.  We can afford to
stay in this hotel.   6.  Frank would like to know more about you.   7.  They did not let me play with them.  
8.  This is a good chance/opportunity to use your English.   9.  Larry offered to help us.   10.  I had to
promise my parents to be home before midnight.   11.  Please don’t hesitate to tell me the truth.   12.  We
decided to see the film again.   13.  I’d rather go out tonight.   14.  We managed to open the treasure box.  
15.  The ability to listen is particularly important.   16.  No one has the right to kill.   17.  It was my
decision to ask Bill for advice.   18.  The farmer gave us permission to camp next to his house.   19.  Lenny
was the first to do all the tasks.   20.  We expect to hear from you again soon.   21.  It seems to be very
cold today.   22.  They agreed to show us the house.  

D 22
1.  ... how to do this exercise.   2.  ... where to take these books? 3.  ... when to be at the sports centre.  
4.  ... what to get Mum for Christmas? 5.  ... who to trust in a difficult situation.   6.  ... how to end this
silly quarrel.   7.  ... what to do during an earthquake.   8.  ... where to find a cheap place to eat and sleep.

G 23
1.  I want/wish you to tell me the truth.   2.  We can help you to find the things again.   3.  They invited
me to sing in their choir.   4.  Charlie would like you to forgive him.   5.  Can you teach me how to win?
6.  They ordered/told us to take off our shoes.   7.  I advise you to sell your old computer.   8.  They
expected us to help them.

10. KAPITEL – Infinitive oder “ing-form”


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1.  to ride 2.  waiting – wait 3.  to do – to listen 4.  seeing 5.  to read – saying 6.  to get
7.  drinking – eating 8.  to listen 9.  to know – to finish – asking 10.  to make/making – doing
11.  to play – to like 12.  tell – to quarrel/quarrelling 13.  taking 14.  playing – going 15.  to
meet – to be 16.  shutting 17.  buying 18.  come – walking 19.  go – being 20.  walking
21.  to enjoy – living and working 22.  to speak – keep 23.  playing – to win 24.  telling – falling
25.  reading – to understand 26.  to be – waiting 27.  to call – to apologise – being 28.  losing – to
ask 29.  going 30.  doing – to leave 31.  to take – closing 32.  to answer – doing 33.  speaking
– leaving 34.  to hear 35.  becoming 36.  to visit – leaving 37.  knowing – to go 38.  to pay
– to accept 39.  to hear – talking 40.  speaking – call

11. KAPITEL – Modal Verbs


A-C 25
1.  were able to buy 2.  will be allowed to drive 3.  had to draw 4.  can remember – cannot remember
5.  were not allowed to watch 6.  will have to go 7.  have not been able to read 8.  has had to
leave 9.  were able to get 10.  has never been allowed to stay 11.  must always do/always have to do
12.  would have to get

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D 26
1.  shall I call 2.  should take/ought to take/you’d better take 3.  was supposed to be/should be/ought
to be 4.  should 5.  are not supposed to come 6.  shouldn’t keep – should take/ought to take/you’d
better take 7.  should ask 8.  shall I do 9.  are supposed to sleep 10.  are not supposed to know

E 27
1.  I had it dyed yesterday.   2.  I’ve had it painted 3.  (he) has the lawn in his garden mowed by ...  
4.  Can we have it checked (here)? 5.  I must have these shirts washed and ironed soon.   6.  She had it
painted when ...   7.  ..., so we will have them sent to ...   8.  He’s had his girlfriend’s name tattooed on ...  
9.  (she) had her hair and fingernails done by her ...   10.  ..., you can have your fortune told here.  

12. KAPITEL – Passive


B-D 28
1.  are usually made – is made 2.  are built 3.  was killed 4.  were brought 5.  will be opened
6.  will be sent 7.  have been found 8.  has been opened/was opened 9.  be handed 10.  be
bought 11.  be touched 12.  had been put 13.  be told 14.  had been cancelled 15.  has
been repaired 16.  is being decorated 17.  is believed 18.  was taught 19.  be written – printed
20.  are being prepared 21.  has been sold 22.  are made 23.  be taken 24.  were told/have been
told 25.  is being loaded 26.  will be stolen 27.  be built 28.  were designed 29.  is visited
30.  had been shut – were taken

F 29
1.  These questions cannot be answered.   2.  Four goals were scored in ten minutes.   3.  The empty bottles
will be thrown away.   4.  All the lights in the house have been switched off.   5.  Don’t use the copier! It
is being serviced at the moment.   6.  We were given the worst seats in the room.   7.  The first settlers
planted these trees.   8.  They have closed the road across the pass.   9.  They had locked the doors when
we arrived.   10.  They will tell you when to come back.

13. KAPITEL – Past Perfect Tense


BC 30
1.  had left – rode 2.  could not – had left 3.  was – had asked 4.  had bought – moved 5.  came
– had already begun 6.  had gone – played 7.  heard – had entered 8.  had – had forgotten 9.  had
fed – started 10.  did not recognise – had never seen 11.  did not sleep – had eaten 12.  wrote – had
saved

E 31
1.  I had been riding my bike for an hour when I noticed that I had a flat tyre.   2.  The children had been
waiting for Santa Claus for a long time when they heard a bell from the living room.   3.  It had been snowing
heavily for three days when the first avalanches came down.   4.  Joe had been looking for his stamp album
for an hour when he found it in his drawer.   5.  We had been sleeping for half an hour when the phone rang.  
6.  We had been travelling through China for a week when we met our friends.   7.  Mike had been leading
the race for 20 minutes when he was overtaken by Arthur.   8.  We had been watching the fight for only a few
seconds when the champion knocked out his opponent.

E 32
1.  ... because he had not eaten for two days.   2.  ... everyone was watching the Olympic Games on TV.  
3.  You were talking to a stranger.   4.  We had been waiting for the beginning of the show ...   5.  I had
been working for school ...   6.  ... because their team had lost the championship.   7.  Mona and Chris had
been together for six months ...   8.  Luke was running down the stairs ...

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14. KAPITEL – Past Tense


B 33
1.  Was Peter watching TV from 5 to 10? Peter was not watching TV from 5 to 10. Who was watching TV from 5
to 10? What was Peter watching from 5 to 10? How long was Peter watching TV? 2.  Were your (my) friends
playing cards in the living room? My friends were not playing cards in the living room. Who was playing cards
in the living room? What were your (my) friends playing in the living room? Where were your (my) friends
playing cards? 3.  Could you (we) see the play very well from your (our) seats? We could not see the play
very well from our seats. What could you (we) see very well from your (our) seats? How could you (we) see
the play from your (our) seats? 4.  Did everybody have to leave the theatre after the show? Not everybody
had to leave the theatre after the show. Who had to leave the theatre after the show? What did everybody
have to leave after the show? When did everybody have to leave the theatre? 5.  Did Mr. Smith need a taxi
(because his car was at the garage)? Mr. Smith did not need a taxi. Who needed a taxi because his car was
at the garage? What did Mr. Smith need because his car was at the garage? Why did Mr. Smith need a taxi?
6.  Did Gina send her grandma a postcard from Florida? Gina did not send her grandma a postcard from Florida.
Who sent her grandma a postcard from Florida? Who did Gina send a postcard from Florida? What did Gina send
her grandma from Florida? Where did Gina send her grandma a postcard from? 7.  Did Charlie and Fiona get
married in Las Vegas last summer? Charlie and Fiona did not get married in Las Vegas last summer. Who got
married in Las Vegas last summer? Where did Charlie and Fiona get married last summer? When did Charlie and
Fiona get married in Las Vegas? 8.  Did the Jacksons stay at a campground because it was cheaper? The
Jacksons did not stay at a campground because it was cheaper. Where did the Jacksons stay because it was
cheaper? Why did the Jacksons stay at a campground? 9.  Was the telephone not working when we/you
rented the house? What was not working when we/you rented the house? When was the telephone not working?
10.  Were the girls not able to open the door because they had no key? Who was not able to open the door
because they had no key? What were the girls not able to open because they had no key? Why were the girls
not able to open the door?

CD 34
1.  was thinking – had 2.  came – was already waiting 3.  was raining – were waiting 4.  entered
or left – was watching 5.  got – knew 6.  was packing – was packing 7.  were trying – did not
get 8.  was walking – found – belonged 9.  saw – was living – did not impress – were working – began
10.  was still playing – sank 11.  opened – heard 12.  arrived – was waiting 13.  was riding – noticed
– was talking – did not know 14.  wanted – was raining – decided

15. KAPITEL – Possessive Case


AB 35
1.  the pages of the atlas 2.  the nests of the birds (the birds’ nests) 3.  Conny’s new job 4.  the
quality of the DVD player 5.  the taste of the fish 6.  my grandfather’s car 7.  the eye of the
hurricane 8.  Judy’s phone number 9.  the capital of Luxemburg/Luxemburg’s capital 10.  the man’s
clothes (the clothes of the man) 11.  the queen of the Netherlands 12.  Oliver’s room 13.  the price
of petrol 14.  Rosie’s boss 15.  the opening hours of the shop 16.  Teresa’s scooter 17.  the colour
of the umbrella 18.  Victoria’s mother 19.  the beginning of winter 20.  the airport of Zurich (Zurich’s
airport)

17. KAPITEL – Present Participle


EF 36
1.  Walking home from school, Jennifer thought about Joe’s letter./Jennifer walked home from school, thinking
about Joe’s letter.   2.  Looking out of the window, Mum noticed smoke coming from the house next door.  
3.  Making himself a sandwich, Max listened to the news on the radio./Max made himself a sandwich, listening
to the news on the radio.   4.  Skiing down the slope, Jack almost hit a snowboarder.   5.  Skiing down the
slope, Jack listened to his favourite music on his iPod./Jack skied down the slope, listening to his favourite
music on his iPod.   6.  Looking for oil or gas, they found thermal water instead.   7.  Trying to climb into
the house through the window, the boys cut their hands badly on broken glass.   8.  Sitting in his favourite
chair, Grandpa watched his favourite TV show./Grandpa sat in his favourite chair, watching his favourite TV
show.   9.  Reading the text carefully, I noticed three mistakes.   10.  Running faster than ever before,
Charlie won the race.   11.  Not knowing what to do, the old lady called the police.   12.  Walking slowly

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through the park, Sandra looked at all the lovely flowers./Sandra walked slowly through the park, looking at
all the lovely flowers.   13.  Riding the bus to work, Mum read a book./Mum rode the bus to work, reading
a book.   14.  Looking at the finished painting, Greg felt very proud of himself./Greg looked at the finished
painting, feeling very proud of himself.   15.  Sitting in a café, the girls were discussing boys./The girls were
sitting in a café, discussing boys.   16.  Having enough money left, Mike will have lunch at a restaurant.  
17.  Forgetting to lock the front door, Mark got into his car and drove off.   18.  Knowing lots of people at the
party, I had a great time.   19.  Snorkelling in the Red Sea, Robert enjoyed the colourful coral reefs./Robert
was snorkelling in the Red Sea, enjoying the colourful coral reefs.   20.  Shutting the book, Sarah turned off
the lights.

18. KAPITEL – Present Perfect Tense


A 37
1.  we have answered – we have been answering 2.  Mum has baked – Mum has been baking 3.  Ian has
cut – Ian has been cutting 4.  Dad has driven – Dad has been driving 5.  I have entertained – I have
been entertaining 6.  we have flown – we have been flying 7.  they have got – they have been getting
8.  the girls have helped – the girls have been helping 9.  Laura has illustrated – Laura has been illustrating
10.  I have jogged – I have been jogging 11.  Tina has learned – Tina has been learning 12.  you have
met – you have been meeting 13.  Jack has opened – Jack has been opening 14.  the boys have pushed
– the boys have been pushing 15.  you have ridden – you have been riding 16.  I have shopped – I have
been shopping 17.  Liza has stared – Liza has been staring 18.  Joe has taken – Joe has been taking
19.  you have thought – you have been thinking 20.  we have washed – we have been washing

A 38
1.  has rung 2.  has had 3.  have not spoken 4.  have you seen 5.  has Gina finished 6.  has
snowed 7.  has been listening 8.  has been boiling 9.  have been going 10.  have you been doing
11.  have been repairing 12.  have been listening

B 39
1.  I have forgotten to feed the dog.   2.  She has gone to bed.   3.  I’ve been here long enough.  
4.  They have known each other for a long time.   5.  She has got an “A” in her English test.   6.  We
have sold it.   7.  She has cut her hair.   8.  He has broken his leg.   9.  We have spent all our money.  
10.  They have stolen our car! 11.  Max has left.   12.  Someone has turned up the heating.   13.  I have
left my glasses at home.   14.  He has won the race three times.

D 40
1.  have been going 2.  has been sleeping – has taken 3.  have been trying – has not answered
4.  have been taking – have already learned/learnt 5.  have you hidden – have been looking 6.  has Joe
called – haven’t heard 7.  has made – haven’t been 8.  has been working – has met 9.  has stopped
10.  you have been watching (you have watched) 11.  has been aching – have not had 12.  has
anyone read 13.  have you been doing – have been picking 14.  have been waiting – has not arrived
15.  hasn’t anybody told 16.  have you ever tried – have been making 17.  have you thrown 18.  have
been lying – have never seen 19.  have you had – have never had 20.  have taken 21.  has been
studying – hasn’t visited 22.  have often thought 23.  has been taking – has already played 24.  have
known 25.  has been driving – has never had 26.  have been living/have lived – have often thought
27.  has been playing – has won 28.  have been studying 29.  has been collecting – have never
understood 30.  have always wanted – have not been

E 41
1.  Did you see – haven’t watched 2.  went – liked 3.  have never been – have already travelled
4.  has sent 5.  has saved 6.  went – saw – have seen 7.  has had – has ever kicked 8.  have
wanted – have you been 9.  has the dog had – has already fed 10.  have you closed – have just
opened 11.  spoke – haven’t seen 12.  did you go – have been 13.  have already seen – wrote –
was 14.  have you ever had – served 15.  travelled – liked – have visited 16.  has been/was – were
– have left 17.  did you lock 18.  came – have not been – has had/had 19.  has written – have seen
20.  went – met – fell – got – have been 21.  have spent – was 22.  has eaten/ate – saw 23.  has
anybody called – wanted – did not give 24.  have you heard – has asked – has said 25.  have all finished
26.  sent – haven’t answered/didn’t answer – haven’t had – has been 27.  have changed

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19. KAPITEL – Present Tense


A 42
1.  make 2.  speaks 3.  believe – turns 4.  lives and works 5.  likes – doesn’t like 6.  operate –
grow 7.  does not grow 8.  lead 9.  is speaking 10.  am thinking 11.  are all going 12.  is
calling 13.  are going 14.  am leaving – is anybody coming

B 43
1.  Do many people spend their spare time outdoors? – Many people do not spend their spare time outdoors./
Not many people spend their spare time outdoors. – Who spends their spare time outdoors? Where do many
people spend their spare time? 2.  Are we going home in ten minutes? – We are not going home in ten
minutes. – Who is going home in ten minutes? Where are we going in ten minutes? – When are we going home?
3.  Does Oliver leave the office at five p.m.? – Oliver does not leave the office at five p.m. – What does Oliver
leave at five p.m.? – When does Oliver leave the office? 4.  Is Gina crying because she is sad? – Gina is not
crying because she is sad. – Why is Gina crying? 5.  Do Alicia and Rudy dance excellently? – Alicia and Rudy
do not dance excellently. – Who dances excellently? – How do Alicia and Rudy dance? 6.  Do the Coopers
invite all their neighbours to a garden party every year? – The Coopers do not invite all their neighbours to a
garden party every year. – Who do the Coopers invite to a garden party every year?

CD 44
1.  is speaking – don’t understand 2.  is – lies 3.  come 4.  is going/are going 5.  talks – is getting
6.  wants – doesn’t feel 7.  are you laughing – tells 8.  are the boys doing – are building 9.  open
10.  are closing 11.  do you always walk – drives 12.  belongs 13.  is taking 14.  showers – washes

21. KAPITEL – Pronouns


A 45
1.  you – you 2.  him 3.  she 4.  they 5.  you – I 6.  us 7.  we 8.  you – she 9.  them
– them 10.  they 11.  it 12.  he – it 13.  them 14.  you – you – she

A 46
1.  they – them 2.  her – it 3.  it – he – it 4.  we – him 5.  she – us 6.  it 7.  them – it
8.  he – it

B 47
1.  his 2.  my – our 3.  your – my 4.  its 5.  her – his 6.  your 7.  his – its 8.  our
9.  yours 10.  mine 11.  hers 12.  yours/ours 13.  mine 14.  theirs 15.  yours – his

E 48
1.  themselves 2.  yourself/yourselves 3.  himself 4.  by myself 5. herself 6.  herself
7.  themselves 8.  itself 9.  by yourselves 10.  myself 11.  itself 12.  herself 13.  himself
– by himself 14.  yourselves

E 49
1.  each other 2.  each other 3.  ourselves/each other 4.  each other 5.  each other
6.  yourselves 7.  ourselves 8.  each other

E 50
1.  I often worry if I will make the exam.   2.  You think only of yourself.   3.  Joe was so tired that he
could not move.   4.  Mary is well again. The doctor himself told her so.   5.  Grandma has baked the cake
for us, not for herself.   6.  Tom and Tina met in the park after school.   7.  I don’t feel comfortable here.  
8.  Do you want to be by yourself?/Would you like to be by yourself? 9.  I hope you haven’t broken your
finger.   10.  The man sat down beside us and started to talk to himself.   11.  You’ll hurt yourself if you are
so careless.   12.  We often ask ourselves why you aren’t here.   13.  You must hurry! The bus won’t wait!
14.  I really can’t remember you.  

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22. KAPITEL – Question and Negation


AB 51
1.  Is everybody happy? – Everybody isn’t happy./Not everybody is happy. – Who is happy? – What is
everybody? 2.  Are the children playing hide and seek? – [They] aren’t playing hide and seek. – Who is
playing hide and seek? – What are [they] playing? – Where are [they] playing hide and seek? 3.  Was I
your best friend in kindergarten? – I wasn’t your best friend in kindergarten. – Who was your best friend in
kindergarten? – When/Where was I your best friend? 4.  Has Norah answered all the questions correctly?
– Norah hasn’t answered all the questions correctly. – Who has answered all the questions correctly? – What
has Norah answered correctly? – How has Norah answered all the questions? 5.  Will the ambulance be here
in five minutes? – The ambulance will not/won’t be here in five minutes. – What will be here in five minutes?
– Where will the ambulance be in five minutes? – When will the ambulance be here? 6.  Can you hear me
from here? – You cannot/can’t hear me from here. – Who can hear me from here? – Who(m) can you hear from
here? – Where can you hear me from? 7.  Can I stay up late tonight? – You cannot/can’t/must not/mustn’t
stay up late tonight. – Who can stay up late tonight? – When can I stay up late? – How long can I stay up
tonight? 8.  Must we do these exercises again (because we ...)? – We need not do these exercises again
(because we haven’t made many mistakes). – Who must do these exercises again? – What must we do again
(because we’ve made ...)? – Why must we do these exercises again? 9.  Do the girls want to go home in half
an hour? – The girls do not/don’t want to go home in half an hour. – Who wants to go home in half an hour?
– Where do the girls want to go in half an hour? – When do the girls want to go home? 10.  Does Stephen
live with his parents? – Stephen doesn’t live with his parents. – Who lives with his parents? – Who does
Stephen live with? (With whom does Stephen live?) 11.  Did you go to bed late last night? – You didn’t go
to bed late last night. – Who went to bed late last night? – When did you go to bed last night? 12.  Did the
people come to hear the President speak? – The people did not come to hear the President speak. – Who came
to hear the President speak? – Why did the people come? 13.  Did Manuel play the drums in a rock band
when he was younger? – Manuel did not play the drums in a rock band when he was younger. – Who played the
drums in a rock band when he was younger? – What did Manuel play when he was younger? – When did Manuel
play the drums? 14.  Does Olivia work as a skiing instructor in the Tyrol? – Olivia does not work as a skiing
instructor in the Tyrol. – Who works as a skiing instructor in the Tyrol? – As what does Olivia work in the Tyrol?
– Where does Olivia work as a skiing instructor? 15.  Does it rain most in June and July? – It does not rain
most in June and July. – When does it rain most? 16.  Do they close the shop over the weekend? – They do
not close the shop over the weekend. – Who closes the shop over the weekend? – What do they close over the
weekend? – When do they close the shop?

C 52
1.  isn’t he? – Yes, he is.   2.  aren’t I? – No, you aren’t.   3.  are you? – Oh yes, we are.   4.  was she?
– No, she wasn’t.   5.  were you? – Yes, I was.   6.  have I? – No, you haven’t.   7.  hasn’t he? – Yes, he
has.   8.  won’t there? – Yes, there will.   9.  will you? – Oh yes, I will.   10.  won’t you? – No, I won’t.  
11.  can’t we? – No, you can’t.   12.  can you? – Yes, I can./Yes, we can.   13.  do you? – No, I’m sorry, I
don’t.   14.  doesn’t she? – Yes, she does.   15.  doesn’t she? – No, she doesn’t.   16.  don’t they? – Of
course they do.   17.  does it? – Yes, it does.   18.  didn’t he? – Yes, he did.   19.  did you? – I’m sorry,
but I did.   20.  shall we?

23. KAPITEL – Relative Clauses


AG 53
1.  what 2.  Ø 3.  who 4.  that 5.  Ø 6.  whose 7.  which 8.  where 9.  why 10.  Ø
11.  which 12.  Ø 13.  that 14.  whose

G 54
1.  Have you seen the cake Mum has baked for the party tomorrow? 2.  This is the man who has bought
the pizzeria at the corner.   3.  The film we saw in biology today was quite shocking.   4.  Do you know
the people whose car is for sale? 5.  There’s a man on the phone who wants to speak with you.   6.  We
stayed at the hotel you had told us about.   7.  Kevin’s temperature is normal again, which is a good sign.  
8.  Tanya is interested in clothes, which is quite normal for a girl her age.

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H 55
1. Mr. Morris, who was my dad’s boss for many years, has died.   2.  I like talking to people who come from all
corners of the world.   3.  Lance Armstrong, who is American, won the Tour de France seven times.   4.  The
man who sold us the DVD player was not very competent.   5.  Sandra has hurt her elbow, which means she
can’t play tennis this week.   6.  We were shown around Rome by a tour guide whose English was excellent.  
7.  Look, Joe! This is the man you have to ask if you want to know more.   8.  The London Eye, which is the
city’s latest attraction, is near the Parliament.   9.  Everybody wanted to interview John Smith, whose horse
had won the race.   10.  The factory where my grandfather used to work has been shut down.   11.  Police
are looking for the paintings that have been taken from the museum. 12.  Santa Fe, which is the capital of
New Mexico, is famous for its architecture.   13.  Ms. Jones did not like what I had written, so I had to write
it again.

24. KAPITEL – Singular and Plural


E 56
1.  many 2.  much 3.  a lot of 4.  many – many – lots of/a lot of 5.  many – much 6.  much –
much 7.  many 8.  little 9.  few 10.  little

F 57
1.  all – none 2.  all/some – none 3.  some – some 4.  every 5.  something 6.  every 7.  all
– all 8.  all 9.  all/each 10.  some

25. KAPITEL – Some & Any


AB 58
1.  some – any 2.  something – any 3.  any – some 4.  someone – anybody 5.  something
6.  anybody/somebody 7.  somewhere – anywhere 8.  some 9.  somewhere 10.  some – any
11.  anything 12.  some – anything

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VO K AB E LV E R Z E I C HNI S

VOKABELVERZEICHNIS
A berry Beere
ability Fähigkeit bill Rechnung
ache schmerzen; Schmerz biro Kugelschreiber
actor Schauspieler blackberries Heidelbeeren
ad Anzeige (in der Zeitung) black pudding (ähnlich wie) Blutwurst
admire bewundern blank CD CD-Rohling
admit gestehen, zugeben blanket Decke
advice Rat block blockieren, versperren
advise (be)raten, einen Rat geben bloody blutig
actually eigentlich boil kochen, sieden
afford (sich etwas) leisten (to) book buchen
afterwards danach, nachher boots Stiefel, hohe Schuhe
(for) ages seit einer Ewigkeit borrow (sich etwas) ausborgen
airliner (Passagier-)Flugzeug bottom of the page auf der Seite unten
all day den ganzen Tag bracelet Armband
already schon, bereits brake bremsen; Bremse
although obwohl branch Ast
ambulance Rettung briefcase Aktentasche, -koffer
among (mitten) unter, mittendrin bright hell
ankle Knöchel brilliant(ly) glänzend, hervorragend
answer the phone Anruf beantworten, Hörer bull Stier
abheben bunch of keys Schlüsselbund
apologise (sich) entschuldigen burglar Einbrecher
appointment Verabredung, Termin burglary Einbruch
argue streiten, argumentieren busy beschäftigt
arrogant arrogant, hochnäsig, but aber, sondern
eingebildet by (10 o’clock) spätestens um (10 Uhr)
art Kunst
(be) ashamed sich schämen C
at once sofort calf (calves) Kalb (Kälber)
athlete Sportler, Athlet campground Campingplatz
attention Aufmerksamkeit cancel absagen
attic Dachboden candy Süßigkeiten, Pralinen
autograph Autogramm, Unterschrift capital Hauptstraße
avalanche Lawine carpet Teppich
avoid vermeiden carry out (sth.) (etwas) durchführen
award (a prize) (einen Preis) verleihen cash desk Kassa
awful schrecklich Caspian Sea Kaspisches Meer
axe Axt catch fire zu brennen beginnen, Feuer
axolotl Grottenolm fangen
(the) cause Grund, Ursache
B (to) cause verursachen, hervorrufen
backflip Salto rückwärts cellar Keller
badge Abzeichen, Aufnäher centigrade Celsiusgrade
barbecue Grill(platz) century Jahrhundert
bark bellen champion Meister
(it is) based on es beruht auf championship Meisterschaft
bat Fledermaus chapter Kapitel
beach Strand chase (away) (ver-)jagen, vertreiben
beans Bohnen cheat schwindeln, schummeln,
beard Bart betrügen
be ashamed sich schämen check kontrollieren, nachschauen
beat schlagen, besiegen check-up (ärztliche) Kontrolle,
behave (sich) benehmen, verhalten Kontrolluntersuchung
believe glauben chemistry Chemie
belong gehören chess Schach
below zero unter Null chicken Huhn
beneath unterhalb choir Chor

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VOKABELVERZEICH NI S

(to) chop hacken, spalten disappointed enttäuscht


chop sticks Stäbchen (zum Essen) disc Scheibe
classmates Klassenkameraden, Mitschüler discover entdecken
climate Klima disturb stören
cockatoo Kakadu documentary Dokumentarfilm
coin Münze doorstep Schwelle, Türstaffel
collapse zusammenbrechen, einstürzen drawer Schublade
collect sammeln dress Kleid
comfortable bequem dresser Kommode
company Firma drinking water Trinkwasser
competent kompetent, fähig, fachkundig driving licence Führerschein, Fahrerlaubnis
complain sich beschweren, beklagen drown(ing) ertrinken, (ertrinkend)
complicated kompliziert dye (one’s hair) (die Haare) färben
composer Komponist dwarf (dwarves) Zwerg(e)
congratulations Glückwünsche
consider in Betracht ziehen, überlegen E
contest Wettbewerb ear phones Ohrhörer
continue fortsetzen, weitermachen early riser Frühaufsteher
control beherrschen earthquake Erdbeben
count zählen economics Wirtschaft
countryside Landschaft elbow Ellbogen
courage Mut empty leer
courageous mutig (to) empty münden (bei einem Fluss)
cover bedecken, überziehen (sonst:) leeren, entleeren
crash Unfall, Zusammenstoß, Absturz engine Motor, Maschine
crew Mannschaft entertain unterhalten
cricket Grille essay Aufsatz
cruise Kreuzfahrt ever je, jemals
cucumber Gurke except außer
current aktuell, gegenwärtig exchange student Ausstausschüler, -student
cute süß excited aufgeregt
exciting aufregend
D exit Ausgang, Ausfahrt
damage Schaden expect erwarten
Danube (River) Donau expensive teuer
dark dunkel; Dunkelheit extraordinary außergewöhnlich
date Verabredung, Rendezvous
(to) date (a girl) (mit einem Mädchen) ausgehen, F
sich verabreden fact Tatsache
dead tired hundemüde, geschafft factory Fabrik
decide entscheiden, beschließen fall asleep einschlafen
decision Entscheidung fancy mögen
decorate verzieren, schmücken, favourite Lieblings...
dekorieren, herrichten feathers Federn
decorations Verzierungen, Schmuck feed – fed – fed füttern
deer Reh, Hirsch female weiblich
degree Grad fetch abholen
delay Verspätung, Verzögerung fever Fieber
delicious köstlich, delikat, lecker finally schließlich, endlich
design entwerfen fire engine Feuerwehr(auto)
desperate verzweifelt first aid Erste Hilfe
destroy zerstören fishing licence Angelkarte, Erlaubnis zum
develop entwickeln Fischen
devil Teufel (to) flood (überfluten), Flut
dictionary Wörterbuch flour Mehl
different anders, verschieden flu Grippe
direction Richtung fly Fliege; fliegen
directly gleich, sofort footprints Fußabdrücke
dirty words Schimpfwörter for ages seit einer Ewigkeit
disappear verschwinden foreign fremd, ausländisch

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for ever für immer impress(ed) beeindrucken (beeindruckt)


form Klasse in a minute gleich, sofort
fortunately glücklicherweise in case im Falle
founding members Gründungsmitglieder injure verletzen
frankly ehrlich (gesagt) in public in der Öffentlichkeit
free frei; gratis insist on bestehen auf
freeze – froze – frozen frieren install installieren, einbauen
frequent(ly) häufig instead (of) statt, anstatt
fridge Kühlschrank in time rechtzeitig
fried gebraten Inuit Inuit, Eskimo
frustrated enttäuscht, frustriert invitation Einladung
furniture Möbel invite einladen
iron Eisen; Bügeleisen, bügeln
G
garage Garage; Werkstatt J
garbage Müll, Mist jealous(ly) eifersüchtig
garden gnome Gartenzwerg journalist Journalist, Reporter
get drunk sich betrinken journey Reise
get in touch in Verbindung treten judge Richter; urteilen
gifted begabt just soeben, gerade
give money Geld spenden
glasses Brille K
glide gleiten kick treten
glitter glitzern, glänzen kids Kinder
gloves Handschuhe kippers Räucherheringe
glue Kleber, Leim kneel knien
government Regierung Korean koreanisch
grapes Weintrauben
gravy (Braten-)Saft L
grease (Schmier-)Fett ladder Leiter
grin grinsen language Sprache
ground floor Erdgeschoß lap Runde; Schoß
grow wachsen; anbauen (to) last dauern
grown-ups Erwachsene lately vor kurzem, unlängst, kürzlich
gunpowder Schießpulver latest (der, die, das) letzte (bisher),
gymnastics Gymnastik, Turnen neueste
laundry Schmutzwäsche
H lawn Rasen
hammer Hammer lawnmower Rasenmäher
hand in abgeben lawyer Anwalt
hardly (ever) kaum (jemals) lead führen
harmless(ly) harmlos, ungefährlich leaf (leaves) Blatt (Blätter)
hazelnuts Haselnüsse leap year Schaltjahr
headmaster (Schul-)Direktor (the) least am wenigsten
heart transplant Herzverpflanzung, leather Leder
-transplantation left (von leave) übrig(gelassen)
heat wave Hitzewelle lend verleihen, herborgen
herring Hering length Länge
hide and seek Verstecken library Bücherei, Bibliothek
hold on sich festhalten lie lügen
hole Loch lift Lift, Aufzug
honest(ly) ehrlich lion Löwe
hoover Staub saugen lipstick Lippenstift
hunter Jäger little wenig (mit Einzahl)
hurt verletzen Little Red Riding Hood Rotkäppchen
husband Ehemann, Gatte load (be-)laden
lobby Vorraum, Aula
I lock zusperren, versperren, sperren
illustrate illustrieren, bebildern locker Spind, versperrbarer Schrank
imagine sich (etw.) vorstellen locker room Turnsaalgarderobe

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lock in (sich) einsperren neglect(ed) vernachlässigen,


log (sleep like a log) Holzscheit (tief schlafen) (vernachlässigt)
logo Markenzeichen neighbourhood Gegend, Umgebung
lorry LKW nephew [‘nevju:] Neffe
lousy lausig, mies news Nachricht(en), Neuigkeit(en)
luckily glücklicherweise niece [ni:s] Nichte
Ludo Mensch-ärgere-dich-nicht noble edel, nobel
lukewarm lauwarm noon Mittag
lump (of sugar) Stück, Brocken (Zucker) notes Notizen
luxury Luxus notice bemerken
not yet noch nicht
M
mad verrückt; verärgert, böse O
mainly hauptsächlich object Gegenstand
make fun of sb. sich über jm. lustig machen occasional(ly) gelegentlich, manchmal
male männlich of course sicher, gewiss, natürlich
mall Einkaufszentrum offer Angebot, anbieten
manage gelingen office Büro
map Landkarte off road abseits der Straßen, im Gelände
march marschieren (to) oil Öl, (ölen)
mask Maske once einmal, einst
maths/mathematics Mathe(matik) opening Öffnung; Eröffnung
matter Sache, Angelegenheit, Materie opera Oper
maybe vielleicht, mag sein operate betreiben
mayor Bürgermeister opinion Meinung
mean bedeuten opponent Gegner
meaning Bedeutung opportunity Gelegenheit
mechanic Mechaniker outstanding hervorragend
mend richten, ausbessern oversleep verschlafen
mention erwähnen overtake überholen
mess Unordnung, Durcheinander own besitzen
message Botschaft, Nachricht owner Besitzer
the Middle Ages das Mittelalter oxygen Sauerstoff
midnight Mitternacht
migratory bird Zugvogel P
mine Bergwerk, Mine pain Schmerz
mirror Spiegel paint malen, bemalen; (Mal-)Farbe
mistake Fehler pants (lange) Hose
monthly monatlich part Teil
(two) more noch (zwei) (the) pass Pass (im Gebirge)
mosque [m$sk] Moschee (to) pass (a test) (eine Prüfung) bestehen
mosquito Gelse, Stechmücke passenger Passagier, Fahrgast
mostly hauptsächlich passport Reisepass
mountain patrol Bergwacht past nach, vorbei
mountainside Hang, Abhang pave asphaltieren
move (in) umziehen, übersiedeln, pay attention aufmerksam sein, aufpassen
(einziehen) peak Gipfel, Spitze (eines Berges)
mow mähen peas Erbsen
mud Schlamm, Dreck perform ausüben, leisten, vollbringen
mushrooms Pilze perhaps vielleicht
permission Erlaubnis
N pet streicheln, tätscheln; Haustier
nag dösen, „ein Nickerchen machen“ physical(ly) körperlich
(to) nap nörgeln physics Physik
(the) nap kurzer Schlaf, „Nickerchen“ pick up abholen; aufheben
Naples Neapel piece of paper Bogen Papier, Blatt Papier
natives Einheimische, Eingeborene pineapple Ananas
nearly beinahe plant pflanzen; Pflanze
necklace Halsband platform Bahnsteig
pleasant angenehm

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pleased zufrieden remind (jemand) erinnern


plough [plau] pflügen, Pflug remove entfernen
poem Gedicht rent (ver-)mieten
polite(ly) höflich report berichten; Bericht
pollution (Umwelt-)Verschmutzung respect respektieren, schätzen, achten
Pope Papst result Ergebnis
possibility Möglichkeit return zurückgeben, zurückkehren
pot Topf riddle Rätsel
pour schütten, gießen rise sich erheben, aufsteigen
powerful(ly) mächtig, kräftig roast Braten
power plant Kraftwerk rocket Rakete
power station Kraftwerk roll Semmel
practise üben roof Dach
prefer vorziehen, bevorzugen rubbish Mist, Müll
prepare herrichten, vorbereiten (to) ruin (ruinieren, zerstören); Ruine
pretend vortäuschen, so tun als ob runaway entlaufen
pretty hübsch, schön rush eilen
price Preis (den man zahlen muss)
print drucken S
printer Drucker (the) same derselbe, dieselbe, dasselbe
prison Gefängnis satisfied zufrieden
prisoner Gefangener, Häftling save sparen; retten
prize Preis (den man gewinnt) saying Sprichwort, Spruch
probably wahrscheinlich scales Waage
produce erzeugen, produzieren scarf Schal
promise versprechen schoolyard Schulhof, Pausenhof
proper(ly) richtig, passend scissors Schere
protect (be)schützen score (a point) (einen Punkt) erzielen
proud stolz seat Sitz, Sitzplatz
provoke provozieren secret geheim; Geheimnis
pudding Nachspeise, Pudding see (sb. to ...) (jemand nach ...) begleiten
punish (be)strafen seem scheinen
purple lila, violett serious(ly) ernst
put off verschieben set a record einen Rekord aufstellen
pyjamas Pyjama settler Siedler
several einige
Q shallow seicht
qualify sich qualifizieren shark Hai
quarrel streiten shed Hütte (zB im Garten)
question befragen, verhören sheet of paper Blatt Papier
quiet still, ruhig shoot (a film) (einen Film) drehen
quit aufgeben, aufhören shortcut Abschneider, Abkürzung
quite ganz, recht shorts kurze Hose
Siberia Sibirien
R Sicily Sizilien
race Rennen; Rennen fahren/ sign Zeichen, Tafel (mit Aufschrift)
veranstalten (to) sign unterschreiben
railing Geländer silly dumm, dümmlich
raisins Rosinen simple/simply einfach
raspberry Himbeere since seit
rather ziemlich, eher size Größe
realise dahinterkommen, erkennen skyscraper Wolkenkratzer
reason Grund sleeping pill Schlafpulver
receive erhalten, bekommen sleep like a log tief und fest schlafen
recently vor kurzem, unlängst, kürzlich slim schlank
recipe (Koch-)Rezept slip (aus-)rutschen
recognise (wieder)erkennen smell riechen; Geruch
record Schallplatte; Rekord; Bericht smoked geräuchert
refuse ablehnen, sich weigern snails Schnecken
remember (sich) erinnern Snow White Schneewittchen

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socks Socken trap Falle


so far bis jetzt trash (can) Mist (Mistkübel)
solve lösen travel reisen
sound klingen; Klang treasure Schatz
soup [su:p] Suppe trip (kurze) Reise
space Lücke, freie Stelle trombone Posaune
space ship Raumschiff, -fahrzeug trousers lange Hose
spare time Freizeit trumpet Trompete
spectators Zuschauer truthful(ly) ehrlich, aufrichtig
spices Gewürze twice zweimal
spider Spinne
spiritual(ly) geistig U
split spalten unfortunately leider, unglücklicherweise
spray (be-)sprühen United Kingdom Vereinigtes Königreich
stable stabil, fest (Großbritannien und Nordirland)
stadium Stadion unread ungelesen
stare starren upset verärgert
steal stehlen
steep steil V
stomach Magen, Bauch to vacuum Staub saugen
stubborn stur, störrisch, eigensinnig valuable wertvoll
stuff Zeug, Sachen vegetables Gemüse
stumble straucheln, stolpern Venice Venedig
success Erfolg vertical(ly) senkrecht, lotrecht
successful erfolgreich vet Tierarzt
sudden(ly) plötzlich Vikings Wikinger
sugar beets Zuckerrüben violent gewalttätig, brutal
suggest vorschlagen visiting hours Besuchszeit(en)
sunbathe sich sonnen, sonnenbaden Volga Wolga
sunset Sonnenuntergang voyage Seereise
surface Oberfläche
survive überleben W
swallow schlucken; Schwalbe wag wedeln, schütteln
sweater Pullover wallet Brieftasche
synagogue Synagoge war Krieg
waste verschwenden
T watch (Armband-)Uhr
tail Schwanz weep weinen
take a nap ein Schläfchen machen weeping willow Trauerweide
take part in (sth) an (etwas) teilnehmen wheat Weizen
task Aufgabe wheels Räder
taste Geschmack; schmecken, kosten whisper flüstern
(probieren) whole ganz
tasty wohlschmeckend, gut willow Weide (Baum)
tear – tore – torn zerreißen wine cellar Weinkeller
tease reizen, ärgern, „pflanzen“ wing Flügel
the other day vor kurzem wooden aus Holz, hölzern
thermos Thermosflasche, -kanne worth (seeing) (sehens-)wert
thoughtful fürsorglich, gedankenvoll worthless wertlos
ticket Fahr-, Eintrittskarte; Strafzettel
torch Taschenlampe X
torero Stierkämpfer to X-ray jemand röntgenisieren
touch berühren, Berührung X-rays Röntgenstrahlen
tour guide Reiseleiter, Fremdenführer
tournament Turnier Y
tow (away) (weg-, ab-)schleppen yearn sich sehnen
trainers Sportschuhe yell schreien, brüllen
translate übersetzen yet schon (in Fragen)

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