Brauche dringend Hilfe, Aufnahmeprüfung Studium, Grammatik

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Eulchen
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Brauche dringend Hilfe, Aufnahmeprüfung Studium, Grammatik

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Hallo zusammen,

ich wende mich an euch in einer etwas verzweifelten Lage. Ich bin eine von den Leuten die in der Schule Englische Grammatikaufgaben nach Bauch - bzw Sprachgefühl gelöst haben und sich mit den Grammatikregeln im Buch nicht wirklich auseinandergesetzt haben - kennt ihr die? :rolleyes: 
Mittlwerweile hat sich das etwas geändert. Ich möchte nun gerne Anglistik/ Amerikanistik studieren und muss dafür eine Aufnahmeprüfung nächsten Dienstag bestehen. Ich möchte wirklich wahnsinnig gerne an dieser Uni landen deswegen liegt mir das Bestehen sehr am Herzen! Ich wälze deswegen seit 2 Wochen Englische Grammatikthemen - auch die genauen Regeln, denn es gibt Aufgaben bei denen das Bauchgefühl nicht ausreicht. Nun habe ich kürzlich eine Probeprüfung bekommen und eine Aufgabe bereitet mir dort besonders Kopfzerbrechen. Mein Problem ist dass ich die in der Aufgabe geforderten Satzkonstruktionen keiner festen Grammatikregel zuordnen kann und diese entsprechend nicht üben kann oder meine Unsicherheiten beseitigen.

Könnt ihr mir weiterhelfen? Welche Regeln muss ich verstanden haben, um folgende Aufgabe zu lösen?
Es geht um "Reformulation" bzw. Abkürzung von Sätzen. Es ist eine Aufgabe mit Multiplechoiceaufgaben.
Die Lösung steht dann unten.

Vielen vielen Dank an jeden der hilft! :)


Das ist die Aufgabe:

Complete the reformulation of the text using participles or other abbreviatory devices, or
leave spaces blank if no addition is necessary.

The scene is the Central Criminal Court, that place from which so many notorious
wrongdoers have been sent down, usually as they curse the judge as they are dragged away
to their doom. The date is Monday, 17 August 1981, and Mrs Eileen El-Tarouty stands before
65-year-old Judge Argyle accused of forging a divorce certificate and remarrying
bigamously.
This was not the worst crime in the world, but one for which others had done time. Eileen El-
Tarouty was worried.
The court heard that Mrs El-Tarouty had married her Egyptian husband illegally at
Westminster Register Office in 1978 while she was still legally married to the man she had
wed in Accrington in 1974. She had well and truly duped the Home Office along the way.
The accused pleaded for clemency, and then went on to say that she had now made the
marriage legal and was expecting a child.
It was almost certainly the baby that softened Judge Argyles heart. In another court you
might well have gone to prison, but you have caught me on a good day. I became a
grandfather this morning.



The scene is the Central Criminal Court, that place from which so many notorious
wrongdoers have been sent down, usually ________ the judge as they are dragged
away to their doom. The date is Monday, 17 August 1981, and Mrs Eileen El-Tarouty stands
before 65-year-old Judge Argyle accused of forging a divorce certificate and remarrying
bigamously.
Though not _____________ the worst crime in the world, this was one for which others had
done time. Eileen El-Tarouty was worried.
The court heard that Mrs El-Tarouty had married her Egyptian husband illegally at
Westminster Register Office in 1978 while ______________ married to the man she had wed
in Accrington in 1974, _________ well and truly duped the Home Office along the way.
__________ for clemency, she then went on to say that she had now made the marriage legal
and was expecting a child.
It was almost certainly the baby that softened Judge Argyles heart. “In another court you
might well have gone to prison”, he said, “but you have caught me on a good day. I became
a grandfather this morning”.

 




Lösung:
 
The scene is the Central Criminal Court, that place from which so many notorious
wrongdoers have been sent down, usually cursing the judge as they are dragged away to
their doom. The date is Monday, 17 August 1981, and Mrs Eileen El-Tarouty stands before
65-year-old Judge Argyle accused of forging a divorce certificate and remarrying
bigamously. Though not (left blank) the worst crime in the world, this was one for which others had
done time. Eileen El-Tarouty was worried. The court heard that Mrs El-Tarouty had married her Egyptian husband illegally at Westminster Register Office in 1978 while still legally married to the man she had wed in
Accrington in 1974, having well and truly duped the Home Office along the way. Pleading
for clemency, she then went on to say that she had now made the marriage legal and was
expecting a child.
It was almost certainly the baby that softened Judge Argyles heart. “In another court you
might well have gone to prison”, he said, “but you have caught me on a good day. I became
a grandfather this morning”.
 




Duckduck
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Re: Brauche dringend Hilfe, Aufnahmeprüfung Studium, Grammatik

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Hi Eulchen und willkommen im Forum!

Ruhig bleiben, das wird schon.
Eine ganz entscheidende Möglichkeit, englische Sätze zu verkürzen oder zusammenzuziehen sind die Partizipialkonstruktionen, suchst du also bei Tante Google unter partizipien sätze kürzen o.ä.
ganz gute Seiten:
https://www.schule-bw.de/faecher-und-sc ... iciple.htm
https://studyflix.de/englisch/participl ... auses-3153

Good luck!

Duckduck :chief:
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