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Version vom 25. April 2022, 20:15 Uhr

  1. Watch the video. What happens to the verbs?
  2. Do the interactive exercises.
    (If you're not sure how, go back to the overview.)

Im Present Simple gibt es eine Ausnahme: In der 3.Person Singular wird ein -s angehängt!

Peter's morning

Put the verbs into the gaps! (Drag & Drop)

alarm clock ringing Every morning the alarm clock rings at 7 o clock.

Then Peter takes a shower taking a shower and drinks a coffee. drinking coffee

After that he cleans his teeth. brushing teeth

The bus comes at 20 to eight. school bus My friend Peter says "Hello!".

Sleeping in

Write the verbs into the gaps:

sleeping On Saturday morning my friend Robert usually sleeps (sleep) in (to sleep in =aussschlafen).

alarm clock ringing He puts (put) out the alarm clock and wakes (wake) up at 11 o clock.

taking a shower He washes (wash) his hair. Then he (have) a coffee. drinking coffee

brushing teeth After that he brushes (brush=clean) his teeth. Then he goes (go) to a friend.

When he comes home he does (do) his homework. From 4 to 5 o'clock he tidies (tidy) up his room.

Mixed Grammar

In this exercise you have to choose the correct form. Write the in the gaps:

(In dieser Übung musst Du entscheiden, ob Du ein -s (oder ein -es) angehängen musst.)

1. In the morning Lewis gets (get) up at twenty past seven.

2. Lewis goes (go) to school on his bike.

3. They live (live) in a house near the park but his dad lives (live) in Manchester.

4. The boys play (play) football. Then Lewis does (do) his homework.

He, she, it …
-s muss mit!

Present Simple
(die einfache Gegenwart)

Present Simple

  1. Formen von "to be"
  2. He, she, it ...
  3. Imperativ
  4. Verneinung
  5. Fragen