English Unlimited HAK/HUM 1, Schulbuch

Form Das Past Perfect wird mit had + past participle (Partizip Perfekt, 3. Form des Verbs) gebildet. had + past participle She had read all the Harry Potter stories before she saw the first movie. We hadn’t met her sister before last week’s party. Had they been to Spain before they visited you in Paris? Yes, they had. / No, they hadn’t. Kurzformen I’d = I had you’d = you had we’d = we had they’d = they had he’d = he had she’d = she had it’d = it had hadn’t = had not Practice Fill in the correct tenses (past perfect or past simple). 1 After the bear (return) to the cave, it (feed) the cubs. 2 When Mitch (come) round the corner, the bus just (leave). 3 Before my sister started to (play) the piano, she (have) dancing lessons for four years. 4 I (be) extremely tired after I (study) maths for three hours. 5 Dad (turn on) the TV after he (eat) dinner. 6 They (go) hiking in the Alps before they (visit) their mother in Dortmund. 7 Mark (sell) his guitar before he (buy) a new waveboard. 8 After I (do) all my homework, I (read) my favourite novel until 1.00 am. Unit 12 Future: will, be going to, be hoping to, would like to Bedeutung Verwenden Sie will, um Vermutungen (assumptions) über die Zukunft oder Vorhersagen (predictions) auszudrücken. Maybe I’ll move back to Liverpool when I‘m an old man. Peter will arrive in Dublin at 3.30 this afternoon. The exams will be at the end of May. 2050 will be a leap year. Sie können be going to verwenden, um über Absichten (intentions) und Pläne (plans) für die Zukunft zu sprechen. Barry’s going to stay in China for another few years. I’m going to start a new course soon. I paid for the first month yesterday. Sie können be hoping to verwenden, um über Hoffnungen (hopes) für die Zukunft zu sprechen. I’m hoping to go to university next year. Mit would like to können Sie über Wünsche (wishes) für die Zukunft sprechen. I’d like to go to Japan one day. Form will + Infinitiv I’ll be rich one day. I won’t make a lot of money. Where do you think you’ll be in twenty years? Will you spend the rest of your life in Austria? / Yes, I will. / No, I won’t. be going to, be hoping to + Infinitiv I’m going to start university after school. I’m hoping to move abroad one day. I’m not going to start university after school. Are you going to start university after school? / Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. What are you going to do next weekend? Is he hoping to start his new job next week? / Yes, he is. / No, he isn’t. would like to + Infinitiv I’d like to start university after school. I wouldn’t like to work abroad. What would you like to do with your life? Would you like to go to university one day? / Yes, I would. / No, I wouldn’t. 176 G Grammar reference and practice Nur zu Prüfzwecken – Eigentum des Verl gs öbv