"to"-Infinitiv; "ing"-Form, Perfektparti

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"to"-Infinitiv; "ing"-Form, Perfektparti

Beitrag von lion_girl_1985 »


soll in folgende Sätze folgende Zeiten einsetzen, die oben stehen (to-Infinitiv, ing-Form, Perfektpartizip oder Passiv)

A: The car won't be ready till tomorrow. What do you want doing now?

M: First, I want to find somewhere to stay and then we'll have a room putting our bags in.

A: And I need to have a shower and changing my clothes. It's seven o'clock now. We don't have much time left for finding a room.

M: No,we don't. Let's look for a room in a pub. Pups are always welcomed and rooms in pubs are often cheap - and meals serving in most pubs. Pubs meals are called bar meals or "Pub Grub".

A: Yes, I'd like to stay in a pub. I've never stayed in one before.

M: Staying in a pub is fun. I like sitting in the bar and drinking beer with the locals.

A: I'd like to do that, too.

Passen meine Zeiten so?