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Adjektive (1)


Aufgabe 1

Grammar

Fill in the correct possessive pronoun.

The kids want to have a great party. So they organized a garage sale to make some money.

  1. Sara: These comics are        . What about the in-line skates? Are they        , Bill?
  2. Bill: No, they aren’t. They are Paul’s and the skateboard is        , too. Where is Sue? Someone wants to buy this handbag. I think it’s        . This computer game is cool. Whose is it?
  3. Emma and Sandy: The computer game is        . What about the playing cards over there? Are they        , Eric and Steve?
  4. Sara: What a great garage sale! We made a lot of money: Wow, £122. It’s all        , boys and girls. Look at Simon and Jane’s table.        ​ is still very full. Bill: That’s right. But look how expensive their things are.

Lösung

  1. Sara: These comics are mine. What about the in-line skates? Are they yours, Bill?
  2. Bill: No, they aren’t. They are Paul’s and the skateboard is his, too. Where is Sue? Someone wants to buy this handbag. I think it’s hers. This computer game is cool. Whose is it?
  3. Emma and Sandy: The computer game is ours. What about the playing cards over there? Are they yours, Eric and Steve?
  4. Sara: What a great garage sale! We made a lot of money: Wow, £122. It’s all ours, boys and girls. Look at Simon and Jane’s table. Theirs​ is still very full. Bill: That’s right. But look how expensive their things are.
  • Schwierigkeitsgrad:  1
  • Zeit:  10 Minuten
  • Punkte:  8

Aufgabe 2

Vocabulary

Write the things in the correct list: coffee – cheese – sausages – ketchup – bottles of lemonade – bread – bags of popcorn – hamburgers – milk – packets of butter 

Lösung

How much?

How many?

cheese

packets of butter

coffee

sausages

ketchup

bottles of lemonade

bread

bags of popcorn

milk

hamburgers

  • Schwierigkeitsgrad:  2
  • Zeit:  10 Minuten
  • Punkte:  10

Aufgabe 3

Grammar

Write down the missing forms of the comparisons.

Lösung

short shorter shortest
boring more boring most boring
good better best
dangerous more dangerous most dangerous
big bigger biggest
pretty prettier prettiest
bad worse worst
cheap cheaper cheapest
  • Schwierigkeitsgrad:  2
  • Zeit:  10 Minuten
  • Punkte:  8

Aufgabe 4

Grammar

Martin, Sarah and Tina, three students, are in a second-hand computer shop. They want to sell their old notebooks. 

Adjektive (1) - Abbildung 1

  1. Compare the notebooks.
    1. Martin’s notebook/Tina’s notebook/old
    2. Martin’s notebook/old
    3. Sarah’s notebook/Tina’s notebook/heavy
    4. Martin’s notebook/Tina’s notebook/light
    5. Sarah’s notebook/Martin’s notebook/expensive
    6. Tina’s notebook/cheap
  2. Whose notebook is it?
    1. It is not the oldest notebook. But it is the most expensive and the heaviest notebook. It’s        .
    2. It is heavier than Martin’s notebook and it’s the cheapest one. It’s        .
    3. It is as old as Sarah’s notebook but it’s lighter than Sarah’s notebook. It’s        .
    4. It’s lighter than Sarah’s notebook and it’s not the cheapest one. It’s        .

Lösung

  1. Compare the notebooks.
    1. Martin’s notebook is older than Tina’s notebook.
    2. Martin’s notebook is the oldest.
    3. Sarah’s notebook is heavier than Tina’s notebook.
    4. Martin’s notebook is lighter than Tina’s notebook.
    5. Sarah’s notebook is more expensive than Martin’s notebook.
    6. Tina’s notebook is the cheapest.
  2. Whose notebook is it?
    1. It’s Sarah’s (notebook).
    2. It’s Tina’s (notebook).
    3. It’s Tina’s (notebook)
    4. It’s Martin’s (notebook).
  • Schwierigkeitsgrad:  3
  • Zeit:  15 Minuten
  • Punkte:  16
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