English Grammar 5+

eSquirrel-Kurs zu English Grammar in Use (Keine offizielle Kooperation)

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Das Gesamtpaket English Grammar. In weit über 1300 Übungssätzen wird die gesamte Grammatik der ersten 4 Lernjahre zusammengefasst und bildet die Grundlage für den Englischunterricht der Sekundarstu…

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Das Gesamtpaket English Grammar. In weit über 1300 Übungssätzen wird die gesamte Grammatik der ersten 4 Lernjahre zusammengefasst und bildet die Grundlage für den Englischunterricht der Sekundarstufe 2.

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Kooperation

Keine offizielle Kooperation

Schultyp

Allgemein bildende höhere Schule (AHS) Oberstufe, Berufsbildende mittlere und höhere Schule, Gymnasium, Polytechnische Schule

Schulstufe

Erwachsenenbildung, 9. Schulstufe, 10. Schulstufe, 11. Schulstufe, 12. Schulstufe, 13. Schulstufe

Land

Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz

Bundesland

Baden-Württemberg, Bayern, Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Hessen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Niedersachsen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Saarland, Sachsen, Sachsen-Anhalt, Schleswig-Holstein, Thüringen

Schulfach

Englisch

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Erhältlich

Alle Nüsse, die gesammelt werden können: 1850
Anzahl der Fragen in diesem eSquirrel-Kurs: 1250

Inhaltsverzeichnis
  1. A) Present tenses
    1. 1. Present simple of "be" (am/is/are)
    2. 2. Present simple of "be" negative (am not/is not/are not)
    3. 3. "Have got" positive & negative (I have got... She hasn't got...)
    4. 4. Present simple: 3rd person s I (I work... She works...)
    5. 5. Present simple: 3rd person s II (We play... He plays...)
    6. 6. Present simple negative (I don't go... It doesn't work...)
    7. 7. Present simple negative: "be" & other verbs (He isn't happy... She doesn't eat...)
    8. 8. Present continuous (I am watching... She is reading...)
    9. 9. Present continuous or present simple I (I often watch... I am watching...)
    10. 10. Present continuous or present simple II (I play... I am playing...)
  2. B) Past simple and continuous
    1. 1. Past simple of "be" (I was happy. You were sad.)
    2. 2. Past simple or present simple of "be" (I am... They weren't...)
    3. 3. Past simple - regular verbs (I played... It worked...)
    4. 4. Past simple - irregular verbs I (I sat... They sold...)
    5. 5. Past simple - irregular verbs II (I said... We lay...)
    6. 6. Past simple - regular & irregular verbs I (He played... He took...)
    7. 7. Past simple - regular & irregular verbs II (I took... She knew...)
    8. 8. Past simple negative (I didn't want... She didn't think...)
    9. 9. Past simple negative: "be" & other verbs (I wasn't... I didn't...)
    10. 10. Past simple revision (The 1st day at Squirrel School)
    11. 11. Past simple positive and negative (I liked... They didn't like...)
    12. 12. Present or past simple I (He plays... He played...)
    13. 13. Present or past simple II (He didn't like... We don't...)
    14. 14. Past continuous (I was reading...)
    15. 15. Past continuous or simple (I sat... I was sitting...)
    16. 16. Past continuous or simple negative (I wasn't listening... I didn't listen...)
  3. C) Present perfect and past
    1. 1. Past participles I (fallen, broken, gone,...)
    2. 2. Past participles II (begun, caught, given,...)
    3. 3. Past participles III (done, known, spoken,...)
    4. 4. Present perfect (I have seen... It has been...)
    5. 5. Present perfect signal words I (already/yet)
    6. 6. Present perfect signal words II (ever/never)
    7. 7. Present perfect signal words III (for/since)
    8. 8. Present perfect or past simple I (I did... I have done...)
    9. 9. Present perfect or past simple II (She went... She has gone...)
    10. 10. Present perfect or past simple III (We were... We have been...)
    11. 11. Present perfect continuous (They have been living here...)
    12. 12. Present perfect simple or continuous (I have done... I have been doing...)
  4. D) Past perfect
    1. 1. Past perfect I (He had gone...)
    2. 2. Past perfect II (They had been...)
    3. 3. Past simple or past perfect I (He went... He had gone...)
    4. 4. Past simple or past perfect II (They were... They had been...)
  5. E) Future
    1. 1. Present tenses for the future (We leave tomorrow at...)
    2. 2. Going to future I (I am going to watch...)
    3. 3. Going to future II (They are going to be...)
    4. 4. Going to or might future (I might go to...)
    5. 5. Will future (I will help... They won't go...)
    6. 6. Will or going to future (I will do... I am going to do...)
  6. F) Questions
    1. 1. Present simple of "be" questions & short answers (Am I/Are you/Is she ...?)
    2. 2. "Have got" questions & short answers (Have you got...? Has it got...?)
    3. 3. Present simple questions & short answers (Do you want...? Does he like...?)
    4. 4. Present simple questions: "be" & other verbs (Does he go...? Is he...?)
    5. 5. WH-questions: "be" (When/What/Where/... is...?)
    6. 6. WH-questions: "be" & other verbs (When are they...? When do they...?)
    7. 7. WH-Questions (Why is she...)
    8. 8. Past simple of "be" questions & short answers (Was she...? Were they...?)
    9. 9. Past simple questions (Did you...? What did she...?)
    10. 10. Past simple or continuous questions (Did you play...? Were you playing...?)
    11. 11. Future questions & short answers (Are you going to play...?)
    12. 12. WHO-questions (Who knows the...?)
    13. 13. Question tags (...does she? ...have you?)
  7. G) Modals
    1. 1. Can/can't
    2. 2. Should/Shouldn't
    3. 3. Have/has to
    4. 4. Have/has to questions
    5. 5. Must/must not
    6. 6. Have to/must not
    7. 7. Like + -ing (He likes writing...)
    8. 8. Be (not) allowed to...
    9. 9. Ability in the past (I was able to... We could...)
    10. 10. Ability in the future and the past (She will be able to... We haven't been able to...)
    11. 11. Might/may/could be...
  8. H) Conditionals
    1. 1. Conditional 1 I (If you do...)
    2. 2. Conditional 1 II (If she sees...)
    3. 3. Conditional 2 (If you did...)
    4. 4. Conditional 1 or 2 I (If you do... If you did...)
    5. 5. Conditional 1 or 2 II (If I take... If I took...)
    6. 6. Conditional 3 (If she had seen...)
    7. 7. Conditional 1,2 or 3 (If you see... If you saw... If you had seen...)
  9. I) Passive
    1. 1. Passive I (It was stolen...)
    2. 2. Passive II (They were caught...)
  10. J) Reported speech
    1. 1. Reported speech introduction
    2. 2. Reported speech I (They told me that...)
    3. 3. Reported speech II (She said that...)
    4. 4. Reported speech questions I (She asked if...)
    5. 5. Reported speech questions II (They wanted to know if...)
  11. K) Articles and nouns
    1. 1. Regular plurals (one book - two books)
    2. 2. Irregular plurals (Two men... three knives...)
    3. 3. Articles (a banana, an egg)
    4. 4. This/that/these/those
    5. 5. Possessive "'s" (Benedict's book... Sophia's room...)
    6. 6. Whose car...? My friends' house...
  12. L) Pronouns and determiners
    1. 1. Possessive pronouns (my/your/his/her/...)
    2. 2. Possessive pronouns (It's mine. They are hers.)
    3. 3. Object pronouns (me/you/her/them/...)
    4. 4. Relative pronouns (The man who... A car that...)
    5. 5. Reflexive pronouns (himself, themselves...)
    6. 6. Some/any positive and negative (There is some... There isn't any...)
    7. 7. Some/any questions (Is there any...? Would you like some...?)
    8. 8. Much/many or few/little
  13. M) Adjectives and adverbs
    1. 1. Comparison I (old - older - the oldest, boring - more boring - the most boring)
    2. 2. Comparison II (as old as... older than...)
    3. 3. Comparison III (the best... the most beautiful...)
    4. 4. Comparison IV (all comparative forms)
    5. 5. Adverbs of frequency (never/often/always/...)
    6. 6. Adverbs I (He listens carefully... they drive slowly...)
    7. 7. Adverbs II (fast, hard, well,...)
    8. 8. Adverbs III (look, seem,...)
    9. 9. Adverbs in context
  14. N) Conjunctions and prepositions
    1. 1. Prepositions of place (in/on/behind/...)
    2. 2. Prepositions of time (at/in/on)
    3. 3. Linking words I (and/but/because)
    4. 4. Linking words II (before/after/while/during)
    5. 5. Linking words III (in order to, However, because of,...)
  15. O) Miscellaneous
    1. 1. Imperatives (Open your books.)
    2. 2. What's the time?
    3. 3. Ordinal numbers (My first bike... Her tenth birthday...)
    4. 4. The green one... the big ones...
    5. 5. Giving directions (Turn left at... Go straight ahead...)
    6. 6. Word order (place and time)
    7. 7. So do I. Neither have I.
    8. 8. It took me two hours to...
    9. 9. I want them to... She wants me to...
    10. 10. Phrasal verbs (...look for... ...set off...)
    11. 11. Prefixes and Suffixes (incorrect, illegal, darkness,...)


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