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CONTENTS – PMP 2 page 1. Word Order .…..……………………………………………………. 1 2. Past Tense .……………..…………………………………………. 7 Irregular Verbs List .……………………….….…………………. 9 Regular and irregular past tense forms .…………………………. 12 Question Words .……………………………….…………………. 15 Past tense simple, negation, questions .…………………………. 16 Story telling, dialogues .……………………………………………. 32 3. Prepositions and Adverbs of Place, Time and Movement ... 37 4. Modal Verbs: can – could / shall – should ..…………...……….. 44 Modal Verbs: may – might / must ..……………………...………. 46 Modal Verbs: Mixed excercises .………………………….………. 49 5. Some – Any (and Compounds) .………………….…….………. 59 6. Prop Word: One – Ones .………….…………………….……….. 66 7. Every – Each – All (and Compounds) …………..…………….. 70 8. Comparison of Adjectives .……………………………………… 76 Degrees of comparison …………….……………………………… 81 9. Future: Will – Going to .………………………………..………… 86 10. Adverbs of Manner .………………………………………………. 94 11. Conjunctions .……………………………………………………… 100 12. Present Perfect Tense Simple .……………………………..….. 107 Past participles – irregular forms .………………………………… 109 Present perfect simple .……………………………………………. 113 for – since .………………………………………………………….. 118 Present perfect simple – past simple: mixed sentences .……… 121 13. Phrasal Verbs .…………...………………………………………... 126 14. Possessive Adjectives / Pronouns .…………………………… 133 15. Past Tense Progressive .…………………………………...……. 137 Long actions – short actions ……………………………………… 139 Past simple or past progressive? …………………….………….. 140 16. Tenses Mixed: Present, Past , Future , Present Perfect ………..…. ..... 147 17. So – Neither – But .................................................................... 155
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Das Vervielfältigen der Leseprobe ist laut Österr. Urheberrechtsgesetz strafbar. © VOWA Verlag – PMP2 7 Past Tense Mitvergangenheit – Imperfekt verwendet für Handlungen, die vorbei sind: We saw Mary last week on Tuesday. Did you also see Macy? No, we didn’t see Macy, she wasn’t at home. gebildet mit positive Aussage: 2 nd form Frage und Verneinung: did / didn’t + 1 st form oder mit Hilfe eines Hilfsverbs 2 nd form a) regular verbs: -ed anhängen learn – learned, like – liked, want – wanted, study – stud i ed, play – pla y ed, stop – sto pp ed, … b) irregular verbs: Liste auswendig lernen!
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