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If clauses- conditional sentences: mixed types

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Hallo, könnt ihr bitte mal drüberschauen, ob ich die richitige zeit verwendet habe..und wenn möglich auch korrigieren.. danke! ;-)


1. I´ve hung out the clothes. It’s lovely and sunny: if it (stay) like this they (be) dry in two hours.
>Stays; will be
2. French is essential in this Job. All the telephonists speak it. If they (not know) French they (not understand) half the callers.
>Didn’t knew, wouldn’t understand
3. How did you do in the car rally?
We came in last actually; but only because we got lost. If we (not got) lost we (come) in somewhere in the middle. We certainly (not be) last.
>Hadn’t got; would have come; wouldn’t have been
4. I wasn´t really surprised that we got lost because I knew that the navigator couldn’t map-read.
But if you (know) that, why you (take) him as navigator?
>Had known, would have taken
5. This flat would be all right if the people above us (not be) so noisy.
>Didn’t were
6. A group of spectators, including myself, left the stand just before the end of the game. When we were half way down the stairs a goal was scored and there was a great cheer from the spectators if there (not be) a goal the crowd (not cheer).
Hadn’t been, wouldn’t have cheerd
7. If the crowd (not cheer), we (not run) back up the stairs to see what had happened.
>Hadn’t cheerd; wouldn’t have run
8. If we (not run) back, we (not crash) into the rest of the spectators on their way down, and there (not be) this frightful accident.
>Hadn’t run; wouldn’t have crashed, wouldn`t have been
9. If the pain (return) you’d better take another pill.
>returned
10. If you aren’t going to live in the house why you (not sell) it? If I (have) a house I couldn’t use, I (sell) it at once.
>Didn’t sell; had, wouldn’t sell
11. No, I didn’t know any Russian at the time.
But if you (not know) Russian, why you (offer) to give him Russian lessons?
Because I knew that he (refuse). Hey always rejected my offers.
>Didn’t know; would offer, would refuse
13. Why do people always wear dark clothes at night? If pedestrians (wear) light coloured clothes drivers (see) them much more easily.
>Wear, will see
14. She must have loved him very much because she waited for him for fifteen years. If she (not love) him she (not wait) so long.
>Didn’t love; wouldn’t wait
15. He looked so small and weak that nobody asked him to do anything. If he (look) strong he (be) expected to dig all day like everyone else.
>Had looked, wouldn’t have been
16. The government are talking of pulling the village down to make room for an airport.
If they (start) doing it, the village people (resists)?
> start; will resists ?
Frage von beautyella92 (ehem. Mitglied) | am 19.12.2010 - 13:18


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Antwort von beautyella92 (ehem. Mitglied) | 19.12.2010 - 13:44
gibt
es hier keine englisch-experten? :-D


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Antwort von Desire03 (ehem. Mitglied) | 19.12.2010 - 13:56
Hallo beautyella92,

ich hab wirklich nur drübergeguckt, also nicht wirklich alles gelesen. Aber ein paar Fehler sind mir dennoch ins Auge gesprungen.

zB bei 2. "didn`t know" muss es dort heißen, da bei did schon die vergangenheit enthalten ist.

bei 14.: If she didn’t love him she wouldn’t wait so long.
-> übersetz dir den Satz mal von den Zeiten her. Dann bemerkst du den Fehler.

bei 16.: das Verb heißt "resist", folglich: "the people resist" (nicht an die if-clauses angepasst)


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Antwort von beautyella92 (ehem. Mitglied) | 19.12.2010 - 14:14
Danke..also die 2 und die 16 sind für mich einleuchtend...:P
aber bei der 14, weiß ich einfach nicht genau wie es richtig heißen soll..villt. if she wouldn`t love him, she didn`t wait so long?


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Antwort von Desire03 (ehem. Mitglied) | 19.12.2010 - 14:34
Gut :)
Nein, im if-Teil steht nie would. Vielleicht verstehe ich es auch falsch aber wenn man deinen Satz übersetzt heißt es doch: "Wenn sie ihn nicht geliebt hätte, würde sie nicht so lange warte." Gibt Sinn, aber ich habe es so verstanden dass sie nicht so lang gewartet hätte, also "wouldn`t have waited" so long. Aber dein Satz kann natürlich auch richtig sein, da bin ich mir jetzt echt nicht sicher, tschuldigung ;) (verstehst du meine Denkweise? Wenn nicht, auch nicht schlimm, dein Satz könnte nämlich stimmen.)

1.+2. würd ich sagen sind richtig, bei 7. müsste es heißen "cheered". Hab ich grad gesehn ;)


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Antwort von beautyella92 (ehem. Mitglied) | 19.12.2010 - 14:48
Stimmt..:)hab mich da vertan..
Hmm..deins klingt auch sehr logisch :P. Ja, verstehe ich schon ;)
Guut, ich nehm den von dir, der hört sich schon richtig an.
Danke :)

 
Antwort von GAST | 19.12.2010 - 15:09
. I´ve hung out the clothes. It’s lovely and sunny: if it (stay) like this they (be) dry in two hours.
>Stays; will be
2. French is essential in this Job. All the telephonists speak it. If they (not know) French they (not understand) half the callers.
>Didn’t know, wouldn’t understand
3. How did you do in the car rally?
We came in last actually; but only because we got lost. If we (not got) lost we (come) in somewhere in the middle. We certainly (not be) last.
>Hadn’t got; would have come; wouldn’t have been
4. I wasn´t really surprised that we got lost because I knew that the navigator couldn’t map-read.
But if you (know) that, why you (take) him as navigator?
>Had known, would have taken
5. This flat would be all right if the people above us (not be) so noisy.
> were not
6. A group of spectators, including myself, left the stand just before the end of the game. When we were half way down the stairs a goal was scored and there was a great cheer from the spectators if there (not be) a goal the crowd (not cheer).
Hadn’t been, wouldn’t have cheered
7. If the crowd (not cheer), we (not run) back up the stairs to see what had happened.
>Hadn’t cheered; wouldn’t have run
8. If we (not run) back, we (not crash) into the rest of the spectators on their way down, and there (not be) this frightful accident.
>Hadn’t run; wouldn’t have crashed, wouldn`t have been
9. If the pain (return) you’d better take another pill.
>returned
10. If you aren’t going to live in the house why won`t you sell it? If I had a house I couldn’t use, I would sell it at once.

11. No, I didn’t know any Russian at the time.
But if you (not know) Russian, why you (offer) to give him Russian lessons?
Because I knew that he (refuse). He has always rejected my offers.
>Didn’t know; would offer, would refuse
13. Why do people always wear dark clothes at night? If pedestrians (wear) light coloured clothes drivers (see) them much more easily.
>Wear, will see
14. She must have loved him very much because she waited for him for fifteen years. If she (not love) him she (not wait) so long.
>hadn’t loved; wouldn’t have waited
15. He looked so small and weak that nobody asked him to do anything. If he (look) strong he (be) expected to dig all day like everyone else.
>Had looked, wouldhave been
16. The government are talking of pulling the village down to make room for an airport.
If they (start) doing it, the village people (resists)?
> start; will resist ?


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Antwort von beautyella92 (ehem. Mitglied) | 19.12.2010 - 17:25
Vielen lieben Dank! :-):-)

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