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Frage: Aktiv-Passiv
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Setzen Sie bitte die Verben in Klammern in die richtige Zeitstufe und achten Sie auf die korrekte Verwendung von Aktiv und Passiv!
Yesterday Jenny go (go) to her aunt in Bristol.
She couldn‘t use (can, not, use) her car, because it had (have) engine damage the day before. So she forced use (force, use) the train. While she waiting (wait) at the station, her aunt calls (call) her several times to ask where she was. After she waiting (wait) for more than half an hour, the train finally depart (depart) to Bristol.
After a few miles, the train guard step (step) into her compartment and asked her show (show) him her ticket. After she looks (look) for it for a little while, she got very nervous because she couldn‘t find (can, not, find) it.
“ Madam, I wait (wait)”, the conductor said impatiently.
“ One moment, please! I normally put (put) it inside this pocket. I find (find) it in a minute! It must be (must, be) here somewhere…”
But Jenny not find (not, find) it and punish finally (finally, punish) for fare evasion and drop (drop) off the train.
“ If only I not invite (not, invite) by Auntie…”

Komplettieren Sie die Passivsätze mit der treffenden Verbform von to be!
1. At the moment, the phone is been answered by Jane.
2. We weren‘t (+not) invited yesterday.
3. The car has already being repaired.
4. It will being washed in an hour.
5. The sausage must be eaten by tomorrow!
6. I am driven to school by my dad every morning.
7. After the letter had been typed, it was sent to Mary.
8. While the dog was been walked, it suddenly started to rain.
9. The presents have already been unwrapped.

Bitte überprüfen! Danke!
Frage von Steve143 | am 25.03.2019 - 20:13


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Antwort von Ratgeber | 25.03.2019 - 20:46
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  • Yesterday Jenny went (go) to her aunt in Bristol.
  • She couldn‘t use (can,
    not, use) her car, because it had (have) engine damage the day before. ✓
  • So she was forced to use (force, use) the train.
  • While she was waiting (wait) at the station, her aunt called (call) her several times to ask where she was.
  • After she had been waiting (wait) for more than half an hour, the train finally departed (depart) to Bristol.
  • After a few miles, the train guard stepped (step) into her compartment and asked her to show (show) him her ticket.
  • After she had looked (look) for it for a little while, she got very nervous because she couldn‘t find (can, not, find) it.
  • “ Madam, I am waiting (wait)”, the conductor said impatiently.
  • “ One moment, please! I normally put (put) it inside this pocket.
  • I will find (find) it in a minute!
  • It must be (must, be) here somewhere…” ✓
  • But Jenny did not find (not, find) it and was punished finally (finally, punish) for fare evasion and dropped (drop) off the train.
  • “ If I only had not been invited (not, invite) by Auntie…”

Komplettieren Sie die Passivsätze mit der treffenden Verbform von to be!
1. At the moment, the phone is being answered by Jane.
2. We weren‘t (+not) invited yesterday. ✓
3. The car has already been repaired.
4. It will be washed in an hour.
5. The sausage must be eaten by tomorrow! ✓
6. I am driven to school by my dad every morning. ✓
7. After the letter had been typed, it was sent to Mary. ✓
8. While the dog was being walked, it suddenly started to rain.
9. The presents have already been unwrapped. ✓

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