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Numbers 1 - 12

Numbers 13 - 999

The Alphabet


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


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, ...")

There is / there are

  • Worksheet 1 Lösung: 1) There is 2) There are 3) There are ... 4) There is 5) There are ... 6) There is 7) There are
  • Online exercise 1
  • Online exercise 2
  • Worksheet 2 Lösung: 1) five 2) one 3) three 4) one eraser/rubber 5) are twelve boys. 6) is one book 7) are eighteen circles 8) are seven computers 9) are eleven rectangles 10) is one pencilcase 11) are twenty-six students


Schreibung des Plurals:

+ s house cat father cupboard sofa sentence
+ es wish flash class
y zu -ies hobby family => families (Konsonant vor "y".)

He, she, it, you, I, they? (Pronomen)

My, your, his/her/its, our, their? (Possessive forms)

Short answers with "to be (am, are, is, ...")


Have got and has got


- What is the question? Example: The girl is in the house. - Where is the girl?

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

Translate (Übersetze!)

  1. Wo ist deine Katze?
  2. Bist du sein Freund? Nein, bin ich nicht.
  3. Wer sind diese zwei Jungen?
  4. Wie groß ist euer Haus?
  5. Was sind deine Lieblingsfarben?
  6. Wessen Haustiere sind das?

  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?
  6. Wessen Haustiere sind das? - Whose pets are these/they?


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

Can und Can't




Explanation s-Genitive

Exercises s-Genitive

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."

Die Lösung gibt es bei Herrn Thelenberg - oder am PC durch Dreifachklicken auf die Satz-Zeile!

NEW - Wie sagt man das auf Englisch?
  1. Das T-Shirt von meinem Bruder ist zu klein für mich. My bother's shirt is too small for me.
  2. Die Augen meiner Brüder sind grün und braun. My brothers' eyes are green and brown.
  3. Die Tante meiner Cousine ist meine Mutter! My cousin aunt is my mother.
  4. Die Namen meiner Eltern sind Leo und Malina! My parents' names are Leo and Malina.
  5. Der Hund von Lukas ist sehr groß! Lukas's dog is very big!
  6. Wo ist die Katze der Dixons? Where is the Dixons' cat?
  7. Sie ist nicht in Sarahs Zimmer! She 'is not in Sarah's room.
  8. Die Räder der Kinder sind nicht im Haus. The children's bikes aren't in the house.

S-genitive or of-phrase?

Die Fenster des Hauses ... (!The windows from the house) (!The house's windows) (The windows of the house) (!The houses' windows)

Der Hund von Tante Rita ... (!Aunt's Rita dog) (!The dog of aunt Rita) (!Aunt Ritas' dog) (Aunt Rita's dog)

Michaels Bücher ... (!The book of Michael) (!Michaels' books) (!Michaels books) (Michael's books)

Das Zimmer der Kinder (The children's room) (!The childrens' room) (!The room of the children) (!The room from the children)

Word Order (Satzstellung)

Basic word order: S(ubject) - P(redicate) - O(bject) - Place - Time
Explanation word order

  1. Exercise word order 1
  2. Exercise word order 2
  3. Exercise word order 3 - with adverbs
  1. Exercise word order 4 - with adverbs
  2. Exercise word order 5 - with adverbs

Telling the time

  1. quarter past/to + half past/to) - Mit der Maus rechte "Kärtchen" zu richtiger Uhrzeit ziehen
  2. What time is it 1?
  3. What time is it 2?
  4. What time is it 3?
  5. Write the time!
  6. Listen - What time is it?
  7. Fill the blanks:

12:52 is eight minutes to one. 9:17 is seventeen minutes past nine.
But 9:30 ist half past nine - that's easy. And 8:45 is easy, too: It is quarter to nine.
In the evening, you can have dinner at 18:00 - that is six o'clock.
Then it is 18:37 - or twenty-three minutes to seven.
At 21.10 (digital time!) - or ten past nine - I go to bed, but I can read till twenty to ten - or nine-forty.

Simple Present

Verb forms in the Simple Present

  1. 3rd-person -s Exercise 1
  2. 3rd-person -s Exercise 2
  3. 3rd-person -s Exercise 3
  4. 3rd-person -s Exercise 4

Put the verbs in the correct group!

/s/ ducks sits claps eats hits
/z/ goes listens sings runs plays flies reads comes
/ɪz/ wishes kisses

Questions with or without "do" or "does"



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

More exercises on questions/negative statements

  • Does he live in Nottingham? No, he doesn't.
  • Are you good at maths? Yes, I am.
  • Do your parents help you with your homework? - No, I must do that alone.
  • I don't want to go to school tomorrow. I want to sleep long.
  • Can you help me with these big boxes? - No, I can't.
  • My uncle "hasn't" got a big car, but my mum's car is quite big.
  • But mum doesn't give her car to other people.