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Zeitenüberblick (Aktiv) mit Beispielen

Zeit Signalwörter Beispiele
Simple Present always, sometimes, never,
often, usually, normally, every,
occasionally
I/you/we/they drink a cup of tea.
He/she/it drinks a cup of tea.

I/you/we/they don't drink a cup of tea.
He/she/it doesn't drink a cup of tea.

Do I/you/we/they drink a cup of tea?
Does he/she/it drink a cup of tea?
Present Progressive look, listen, now,
at the moment, just
I am drinking a cup of tea.
He/she/it is drinking a cup of tea.
You/we/they aredrinking a cup of tea.

I am not drinking a cup of tea.
He/she/it isn't drinking a cup of tea.
You/we/they aren'tdrinking a cup of tea.

Am I drinking a cup of tea.
Is he/she/it drinking a cup of tea?
Are you/we/they drinking a cup of tea?
Present Perfect just, since, for,
not....yet, ever,
never, already.
I/we/you/they have drunk a cup of tea.
He/she/it has drunk a cup of tea.

I/we/you/they haven't drunk a cup of tea.
He/she/it hasn't drunk a cup of tea.

Have I/we/you/they drunk a cup of tea?
Has he/she/it drunk a cup of tea?
Present Perfect Progressive all day/week/month..
since, for, how long
I/we/you/they have been drinking a cup of tea.
He/she/it has been drinking a cup of tea.

I/we/you/they haven't been drinking a cup of tea.
He/she/it hasn't been drinking a cup of tea.

Have I/we/you/they been drinking a cup of tea?
Has he/she/it been drinking a cup of tea?
Simple Past yesterday, last...,
....ago, in 1963
I/you/he/she/it/we/they drank a cup of tea.

I/you/he/she/it/we/they didn't drink a cup of tea.

Did I/you/he/she/it/we/they drink a cup of tea?
Past Progressive while I/he/she/it was drinking a cup of tea.
You/we/they weredrinking a cup of tea.

I/he/she/it wasn't (was not) drinking a cup of tea.
You/we/they weren't (were not) drinking a cup of tea.

Was I/he/she/it drinking a cup of tea.

Were you/we/they drinking a cup of tea?
Past Perfect after, before I/you/he/she/it/we/they had drunk a cup of tea.

I/you/he/she/it/we/they hadn't drunk a cup of tea.

Had I/you/he/she/it/we/they drunk a cup of tea?
Past Perfect Progressive = after, before I/you/he/she/it/we/they had been drinking a cup of tea.

I/you/he/she/it/we/they hadn't been drinking a cup of tea.

Had I/you/he/she/it/we/they been drinking a cup of tea?
Will-future in.....days/weeks/months/years,
next....,tomorrow, in 2008,
in the future, hope, sure,
think, perhaps, expect,
probably, suppose.
I/you/he/she/it/we/they will drink a cup of tea.

I/you/he/she/it/we/they won't drink a cup of tea.

Will I/you/he/she/it/we/they drink a cup of tea?
Going-to-future in....days/months/weeks/years,
next..., tomorrow, in 2008,
in the future.
I am going to drink a cup of tea.
He/she/it is going to drink a cup of tea.
You/we/they are going to drink a cup of tea.

I am not going to drink a cup of tea.
He/she/it isn't going to drink a cup of tea.
You/we/they aren't going to drink a cup of tea.

Am I going to drink a cup of tea.
Is he/she/it going to drink a cup of tea?
Are you/we/they going to drink a cup of tea?


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