be, do, have und Modalverben im Simple Present

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Besondere Verben im Simple Present

1. be als Vollverb

Pronomen bejahter Satz verneinter Satz Frage
I I am from Britain. I am not from Britain. Am I from Britain?
you You are from Britain. You are not from Britain. Are you from Britain?
he, she, it He is from Britain. He is not from Britain. Is he from Britain?
we, you, they They are from Britain. They are not from Britain. Are they from Britain?

Bei diesem Verb wird häufig die Kurzform benutzt.

2. do als Vollverb

Pronomen bejahter Satz verneinter Satz Frage
I I do exercises. I do not do exercises. Do I do exercises?
you You do exercises. You do not do exercises. Do you do exercises?
he, she, it He does exercises. He does not do exercises. Does he do exercises?
we, you, they They do exercises. They do not do exercises. Do they do exercises?

3. have als Vollverb

Pronomen bejahter Satz verneinter Satz Frage
I I have books. I do not have books. Do I have books?
you You have books. You do not have books. Do you have books?
he, she, it He has books. He does not have books. Does he have books?
we, you, they They have books. They do not have books. Do they have books?

4. Modalverben can, could, may, must, need, will usw.

Pronomen bejahter Satz verneinter Satz Frage
I, he, she, it, we, you, they I can play tennis. I cannot play tennis. Can I play tennis?

Hinweise:

Bei der Verneinung können für do not (cannot) natürlich auch die Kurzformen don't (can't) stehen. Bei den Modalverben sind alle Formen gleich. Hier wird kein -s angehängt.


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