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Numbers 1 - 12

Numbers from 1 - 999

Describing people

Things you can say about a person


is friendly

helps everyone

always listens



doesn't make trouble

is polite





is a lovely person



often laughs

always says hello

loves me

always has good ideas

never plays tricks on you

thanks others

has good ideas

never says hello

is boring

not polite

asks boring questions

always stares

plays tricks on others


is jealous

always talks and never listens

gets on my nerves



makes trouble

is rude




is an idiot

isn't fair

never helps


indoor outdoor
to go dancing

to jump in the pool

to play volleyball

to play table tennis/football

to visit your grandparents

to go shopping

to go to a museum

to play boardgames

to play handball

to meet with friends

to go to the cinema

to play billard

to read

to play computer games

to draw

to go surfing

to go hiking

to ride your bike/go cycling

to play football

to go horseriding

to go swimming

to walk/go walking

to jump and run

to go mountainbiking

to go on a waterslide

to build a camp

to go camping

to go canoeing or kayaking

to build a snowman

to go fishing

to go (ice)skating

to play (ice) hockey

to go skiing

Being polite

Excuse me, have you got a minute, please?
  can you help me?
  do you speak English?
  can you tell me where the …. is/are?
  can you show me the way to …?
  does this bus go to …?
  can you tell me the time, please?
  where is the …, please?
  can you please say this again? It was too fast for me.
  where can I find …
  (how) can I help you?
  do you need     help?
  where am I?
Thank you. - You're welcome
Excuse me …? No problem.
  That's easy, …

That's OK.

That sounds good.

I think I can help you.

Can you …? Yes, of course …
…? Sorry, but I can't …

Just a minute! I must …/ Let me …

…? Sorry, but I haven't got time …
…? Sorry, I don't know.
…? Sorry, I am not from here.
…? I'm afraid I can't help you


Going shopping

What shop assistants say or ask

  • Good morning.
  • Can I help you?
  • What would you like to buy?
  • What is your favourite colour?
  • How much do you want to spend?
  • Just a minute, please.
  • The ... are on this shelf.
  • The ... are (over) there.
  • Sorry, we don't have this / .... in your size.
  • Yes, you can try them/it on.
  • The price is 2.99 pounds./ The shirts are 17.99.
  • It's a special offer. The price/ it is only xy pounds.
  • What size do you need?
  • You can try it/them on over there.
  • Anything else? - (Yes, I need ... / No, thank you, that's all.)
  • Here you are! - Thank you.
  • Good bye.

What customers say or ask

  • Hello
  • Hello, I would like to buy / have .....
  • Can you help me, please?
  • I need a souvenir/present (pair of jeans .... for my aunt/a friend/myself/ ...
  • Do you have ....? / Have you got ....?
  • Hello, can I find sweets/jeans/...?
  • Thanks, Good bye
  • How much is the / How much are the ...?
  • How much is that? How much are these ...?
  • Oh, that is too much! Have you got other ...?
  • I need size L.
  • Have you got this ... in size S?
  • These .... are beautiful/brilliant/perfect.
  • You have got very nice ...
  • Is this ... / Are the ... good quality?
  • No, I don't want that. I don't like the colour/ It is too expensive. I want a ....
  • Can I have a bag, please?
  • Good bye!

At the flea market - What sellers say

  • Can I help you?
  • What are you looking for?
  • This is a fantstic ...! You can .... with it!
  • It is a great present for ...
  • It is really old, but ... / cool/ high quality!
  • I am selling it because ...
  • You can have it for ... / For you it's only ... pounds!
  • It is worth .... pounds!

At the flea market - What buyers say

  • I'm looking for ...
  • Have you got a / any ...?
  • How much is / are this / these ...? What do you want for this ...?
  • Hey, is this really a ...?
  • What is this for?
  • Mmmh - I'm not sure ...
  • I like it - it's really ...
  • Hey, I can use this for ...
  • Does it work?
  • Mmm - that is too much for me. What about ... pounds?
  • OK, I take it for .... pounds!

Working with Texts and Videos

Screentime before bedtime ...


  • Screen = Bildschirm
  • health = Gesundheit
  • researchers = Forscher
  • poor = arm, schlecht
  • found = fand(en) (<= von: finden)
  • adults <==> children
  • to mean = bedeuten
  • reason = Grund, Ursache
  • brain = Gehirn


  1. Listen! What is this text about?
  2. Watch and Listen!
  3. Can you put the text together?
  4. Fill in the missing vowels!
  5. Some words are missing ...!
  6. Separate the words!

Hong Kong's poor live in homes smaller than prison cells


  • poor = arm
  • tiny = very small
  • prison cell = Gefängniszelle
  • average = durchschnittlich
  • space = Raum / Platz
  • size = Größe
  • square meter = Quadratmeter
  • expensive = teuer
  • to save = sparen
  • was = war
  • unacceptable and inhumane = unannehmbar und unmenschlich
  • like = wie
  • has to = muss
  • sideways = seitlich


  1. Listen! What is this text about?
  2. Watch and Listen!
  3. Can you put the text together? (10 windows)
  4. What comes next?
  5. Fill in the missing vowels!
  6. Separate the words!
  7. Some words are missing ...!

Video: Everyone's welcome

Video: What is love

Video: What do your parents do at work


How old are you?

  • How old are you? Schwierig!!! Wichtig: "Er ist / sie ist" ==> "He is/she is"! "Are you ...?" ==> "Bist du ...?"


"to be (am, are, is, ...")



Schreibung des Plurals:

+ s house cat father cupboard sofa sentence
+ es wish flash class
y zu -ies hobby family






NEW - What is the question?

Example: Tanja is in the house. - Where is the girl?

  1. I am 10 years old. How old are you?
  2. This is a pencil! What is this?
  3. No, Leonard is not my friend! Is Leonard your friend?
  4. They are in the garden. Where are they?
  5. Yes, we are at home. Are you at home?'

NEW - Translate (Übersetze!)
  1. Wo ist deine Katze? Where is your cat?
  2. Bist du sein Freund? Nein, bin ich nicht. Are you his friend? - No, I am not
  3. Wer sind diese zwei Jungen? Who are these two boys?
  4. Wie groß ist euer Haus? How big is your house?
  5. Was sind deinen Lieblingsfarben? What are your favourite colors?

Lösungen: Zum Sichtbarmachen der Lösungen einfach die Lücken im Text (...) bzw. den Absatz mit der Maus einmal bzw. mehrmals (vom Webbrowser abhängig) anklicken oder markieren.


Kurzantworten mit "to be (am, are, is, ...")


Unbestimmter Artikel


Bestimmter Artikel: Aussprache von "the": /ðə/ oder /ði:/?


Have got und has got

Can und Can't






Say these things in English: - Write them into your exercise-book for school!
Beispiel: Ein Mann fragt, wessen Süßigkeiten das sind? "Whose sweets are these"?

  1. Sage, dass das die Süßigkeiten deiner Schwestern sind! "These are my sisters' sweets."
  2. Jemand fragt, ob das dein Auto oder das Auto deines Bruders ist. "Is that your car or your brother's car?"
  3. Du antwortest, dass es das Auto deiner Eltern ist. "It is my parents' car.
  4. Du willst wissen, warum der Hund von Herrn Brehm so schnell ist. "Why is Mr Brehm's dog so fast?"
  5. Brunos Beine sind sehr lang! Bruno's legs are very long."
  6. Der Hund von meiner Oma kann nicht rennen. "My grandma's dog can't run."


Zum Sichtbarmachen der Lösungen einfach die Lücken im Text (...) bzw. den Absatz mit der Maus einmal bzw. mehrmals (vom Webbrowser abhängig) anklicken oder markieren.

NEW - Wie sagt man das auf Englisch?
  1. Das T-Shirt von meinem Bruder ist zu (too) klein für mich. My bother's (kein "of-genitive", denn "mein Bruder" ist eine Person!) shirt is too small for me.
  2. Die Augen meiner Brüder sind grün und braun. My brothers' (erst Plural brothers gebildet , dann ' ) eyes are green and brown.
  3. Die Tante meiner Cousine ist meine Mutter! My cousin's aunt is my mother.
  4. Die Namen meiner Eltern sind Leo und Malina! My parents' (erst Plural parents gebildet , dann ') names are Leo and Malina.
  5. Der Hund von Lukas ist sehr groß! Lukas's (normal 's) dog is very big!
  6. Wo ist die Katze der Dixons? Where is the Dixons' (erst Plural Dixons gebildet , dann ' ) cat?
  7. Sie ist nicht in Sarahs Zimmer! She (Haustier mit Namen) is not in Sarah's room.
  8. Die Räder der Kinder sind im Haus. The children's bikes (children ist Plural, endet aber nicht auf "s" - deswegen ganz normaler Genitiv mit 's) are in the house.


Zum Sichtbarmachen der Lösungen einfach die Lücken im Text (...) bzw. den Absatz mit der Maus einmal bzw. mehrmals (vom Webbrowser abhängig) anklicken oder markieren.

S-genitive or of-phrase?

The Simple Present

Word Order (Satzstellung)

Questions with or without "do" or "does"

Negative sentences with or without "do" or "does"

More exercises on questions/negative statements

Present Progressive


  1. Present Progressive???
  2. How to form the present progressive
  3. Form: Exercise 1
  4. Form: Exercise 2

Exercises 1

Exercises 2

Present Progressive or Simple Present?

Present Progressive Simple Present
  • in diesem Moment, gerade stattfindende Handlungen
  • noch nicht abgeschlossen
  • Bildbeschreibung: ... was gerade geschieht
  • allgemein, regelmäßig, wiederholt, oft, nie, manchmal stattfindende Handlungen
  • nacheinander stattfindende Handlungen
  • Dinge, die immer so sind (Berlin is in Germany)
Signalwörter Signalwörter
  • now
  • at the moment
  • today (aber eben nicht immer!)
  • Listen!
  • Look! (Schau, was ich gerade mache ...)
  • every day/night/week/Monday ... on Mondays/Tuesdays ...
  • often
  • normally
  • always
  • usually
  • sometimes
  • never
  • first ... then (aufeinander folgende, kurze Handlungen)

must, mustn't, needn't

"much" and "many", "little" and "a few"

With countable nouns (zählbare Nomen, die eine Singular- und eine Pluralform haben!)

  • Nomen im Plural: ==> many = viel/viele → e.g. many cars, many friends
  • Nomen im Plural: ==> a few = ein paar/wenige → e.g. a few friendss

With uncountable nouns (nicht zählbare Nomen, die keine Pluralform haben!)

  • Nomen im Singular: ==> much = viel/viele → e.g. much money, much milk (viele Milche wäre Unsinn!)
  • Nomen im Singular: ==> little = wenig → e.g. little money, little wind (viele Winde wäre Unsinn!)

"some" and "any"

S-genitive or of-phrase?

Simple Past

Das Simple past steht mit Handlungen, die schon abgeschlossen sind!

  • I came home at nine o' clock last night.
  • We didn't see you yesterday.
  • Why didn't/couldn't they help him on Monday?

Achte also auf klare Zeitangaben der Vergangenheit!
Typische Signalwörter sind:

  • last month, night, week, ....
  • a week/year/day/ .... ago
  • yesterday
  • in 2015 (wenn dises Jahr schon vorbei ist ....)
  • on Monday/Wednesday ... (wenn dieser Tag schon vorbei ist in dieser Woche!)


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