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Mengenangaben, Zahlen, Uhrzeit und Datum (1)


Aufgabe 1

Vocabulary

Write the numbers out.

  1. 5
  2. 21
  3. 49
  4. 84
  5. 101
  6. 489
  7. 804
  8. 1000

Lösung

  1. five
  2. twenty-one
  3. forty-nine
  4. eighty-four
  5. a / one hundred and one
  6. four hundred and eighty-nine
  7. eight hundred and four
  8. a / one thousand
  • Schwierigkeitsgrad:  1
  • Zeit:  5 Minuten
  • Punkte:  8

Aufgabe 2

Vocabulary

Fill in the table. Use the following words.

CDs – cheese – children – sausages – cups – dogs – euros – fun – juice – lemonade – milk – money – music – pencils – people – pizzas – pupils – time – water

Lösung

much (nicht zählbar) many (zählbar)
much cheese many CDs
much fun many sausages
much juice many cups
much milk many dogs
much money many euros
much music many pencils
much time many pizzas
much water many pupils

 

  • Schwierigkeitsgrad:  1
  • Zeit:  10 Minuten
  • Punkte:  16

Aufgabe 3

Grammar

Fill in much, many or a lot of.

  1.                     people came to the school party.
  2. On a farm you often see                     cows.
  3. We have often got                     homework.
  4. How                     bottles are there? 14.
  5. How                     milk is there? A lot.
  6. We had rain, snow and fog. We really had                     bad weather.
  7. How                     elephants are there? Four.
  8. How                     meat is there on that elephant?
  9. In a factory there are                     machines.
  10. How                     money do you need? 20 dollars.
  11. How                     euros do you need? 20.
  12. In the room there is                     furniture.
  13. After dinner I ate                     cheese.
  14. How                     cheese did you eat? About 150 grams.

Lösung

  1. A lot of people came to the school party.
  2. On a farm you often see a lot of cows.
  3. We have often got a lot of homework.
  4. How many bottles are there? 14.
  5. How much milk is there? A lot.
  6. We had rain, snow and fog. We really had a lot of bad weather.
  7. How many elephants are there? Four.
  8. How much meat is there on that elephant?
  9. In a factory there are a lot of machines.
  10. How much money do you need? 20 dollars.
  11. How many euros do you need? 20.
  12. In the room there is a lot of furniture.
  13. After dinner I ate a lot of cheese.
  14. How much cheese did you eat? About 150 grams.
  • Schwierigkeitsgrad:  2
  • Zeit:  10 Minuten
  • Punkte:  14

Aufgabe 4

Writing

A normal school day. Look at Susie's timetable and write full sentences. 

Mengenangaben, Zahlen, Uhrzeit und Datum (1) - Abbildung 1

Susie starts at                                               school at in the morning. She has a maths lesson from                                               till                                               and an English lesson from                                               till                                              . Then there’s a break from                                                till                                              . Susie has a history lesson from                                               till                                              . Then she has a geography lesson from                                               till                                              . There’s another (eine weitere) break from                                                till                                               . The German lesson is from                                               till                                              . Susie’s last lesson, French, is from                                               till                                               in the afternoon.

Lösung

Susie starts school at five past eightin the morning. She has a maths lesson from five past eight till ten to nine and an English lesson from ten to nine till twenty-five to ten. Then there’s a break from twenty-five to ten till ten to ten. Susie has a history lesson from ten to ten till twenty-five to eleven. Then she has a geography lesson from twenty to eleven till eleven twenty-five. There’s another (eine weitere) break from twenty-five past eleven till twenty-five to twelve. The German lesson is from twenty-five to twelve till twenty past twelve. Susie’s last lesson, French, is from twenty past twelve till ten past one in the afternoon.

  • Schwierigkeitsgrad:  2
  • Zeit:  10 Minuten
  • Punkte:  8

Aufgabe 5

Grammar

Fill in some or any.

  1. Only _____________ of Jack’s friends are at the party. Not all of them.
  2. A: There isn’t _____________ cheese in the kitchen.
    B: I can buy _____________ bread and cheese at the supermarket this afternoon.
  3. We don’t have _____________ chocolate to make a chocolate cake.
  4. Don’t close the door. There are still _____________ children outside.
  5. I have so much homework. I haven’t got _____________ time to talk with you now.
  6. _____________ people like to work in the morning; other people like to work at night.
  7. Have you got _____________ questions about the test?
  8. There aren’t _____________ books about horses in the library.

Lösung

  1. Only some of Jack’s friends are at the party. Not all of them. 
  2. A: There isn’t any cheese in the kitchen. 
    B: I can buy some bread and cheese at the supermarket this afternoon. 
  3. We don’t have any chocolate to make a chocolate cake. 
  4. Don’t close the door. There are still some children outside.
  5. I have so much homework. I haven’t got any time to talk with you now. 
  6. Some people like to work in the morning; other people like to work at night. 
  7. Have you got any questions about the test?
  8. There aren’t any books about horses in the library.
  • Schwierigkeitsgrad:  2
  • Zeit:  5 Minuten
  • Punkte:  8

Aufgabe 6

Translation

Say it in English. Write into your exercise book.

  1. Frage auf Englisch, ob es (irgendwelche) großen Schulen in dieser Stadt gibt.
  2. Sage auf Englisch, dass du einige Freunde in deiner Straße hast.
  3. Sage auf Englisch, dass du kein Geld hast.

Lösung

  1. Are there any big schools in this town? 
  2. I’ve got some friends in my street.
  3. I haven’t got any money.
  • Schwierigkeitsgrad:  3
  • Zeit:  10 Minuten
  • Punkte:  3
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