Verben und Adjektive

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Questions on tenses (Active and Passive).
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Verben und Adjektive

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Find five verbs and write a sentence with each in the past tense.

1. to regret
they regretted pouring paint on the neighbour's car

2. to afford
they lost a lot of money at a time when they could ill afford it

3. to age
he guessed her age to be 48

4. to choose
I was offered a red car or a blue one and chose the latter

5. to borrow
the new factory was financed by bank borrowing


Find five adjectives and write a definition for each.

1. slight
This word describe things that are not very importat or serious in degree.

2. peaceful
This word is for a situation or period of time in which there is no war or violence in a country or area and people obey the law.

3. proud
This word describe a person who has respect for themselves and/or who deserves respect.

4. driving
This word mean to oerate a vehicle such as a car, plane or boat.

5. fair
treating people in a reasonable and appropriate way; treating everyone equally and according to the rules or the law




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Re: Verben und Adjektive

Beitrag von tiorthan »

Angie1986 hat geschrieben:with each in the past tense.
2. to afford
they lost a lot of money at a time when they could ill afford it
Nope, that's not the past tense of afford.
3. to age
he guessed her age to be 48
That's not the past tense of the verb "age". It's not even the Verb "age".
5. to borrow
the new factory was financed by bank borrowing
Also neither the past tense of the verb nor the verb.
1. slight
This word describes things that are not very importat or serious in degree.
Slight can be used to mean "not important" or "not serious" but that is not the core meaning of the adjective.
4. driving
This word mean to oerate a vehicle such as a car, plane or boat.
That's not an adjective.
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