King Arthur is a legendary king. In the stories he led the defence of Britain against Saxon invaders in the late 5th and early 6th centuries AD.
People - who is who
|Uther Pendragon||Arthur's father|
|Percival||Knight of the Round Table - who saw the Grail|
|Lancelot||best friend of Arthur - but -alas of his wife, too!|
|Sir Ector||Knight who raises Arthur after his parents' death|
|Galahad||Knight who found the grail|
Which is which
(maybe at Tintagel?)
|Excalibur||Arthur's sword with magical power|
|Holy Grail||The cup Jesus used for the Last Supper|
(Land of Apples)
|Round Table||circular furniture - capacity: 144|
|king||leader of the country|
|become husbband and wife||marry|
Match the opposites.
|let in||keep out|
|to live||to die|
Auf einen bejahten Aussagesatz folgt ein verneintes Frageanhängsel. Es besteht aus
Hilfsverb + n't + Pronomen
Bei verneinten Aussagesätzen wird die Verneinung entfernt.
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King Arthur was a very big king, wasn't he?
King Arthur has pulled out Excalibur, hasn't he??
King Arthur didn't live with his real father.did he?
Kind Arthur had a magic cap, didn't he?
His brothers were really good fighters, weren't they?
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King Arthur was a very big king, wasn't he()?
King Arthur has pulled out Excalibur, hasn't he()??
King Arthur didn't live with his real father.did he()?
Kind Arthur had a magic cap, didn't he()?
His brothers were really good fighters, weren't they()?
His sword is really sharp, isn't it()?
Simple Past and Present Simple
- more exercises: Kontrastierung (Gegenüberstellung) von Simple Past und Simple Present
one and ones
Complete the dialogue. Put in one, ones or it.
1. Arthur: Here are many shields. Which one() would you like?
2. Percival: I would like the one() with the horse on it.
3. Arthur: I will give it() to you. Try it().
4. Percival: This one() is perfect but I want to see the other ones(), too.