Was Oder Were : Was ist der Unterschied ?

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Was Oder Were ? Diese sind einfach verschiedene konjugierte Formen des Verbs “to be” in der Zeitform simple past tense, die als eine Zeitform der Vergangenheit in der englischen Sprache gilt.

Das ist doch, wie man beispielsweise auf Deutsch sagt: “war oder waren“. In diesem Artikel erklären wir Ihnen alles darüber und auf einfache Weise.

Überblick über was und were:


Im Englischen gibt es nur zwei konjugierte Formen des Verbs to be in simple past tense. Der Infinitiv dieser Regel ist “to be“.

Mit entweder was oder were beschreibt man eigentlich Handlungen in der Zeit, in einem Platz, oder sogar einen Zustand/ das Prädikat.

Was ist der Unterschied zwischen get, got und gotten?

Wie kann man die beiden Verben was und were bilden?


Was Oder Were
Was Oder Were

Das Wort was gerätimmer mit den englischen Personalpronomen (I, he, she und it) konjugiert. Aber das andere Verb were wird immer mit den englischen Personalpronomen (you, we und they) konjugiert.

Die Negationsform von was und were kann entweder mit not (was not/ were not) oder mit der Negationsabkürzung n’t wie: [wasn’t/ weren’t].

Hier sind Beispiele für den Gebrauch von was:

1) Jack was in the hospital today, and he was even waiting for my diagnosis results. [Platz] 2) I was upset when he behaved in a such a bad way, but I was expecting that anyway.
3) When Lauren was baking in the kitchen, she noticed something weird.
4) It was sick and couldn’t do anything. [Zustand] 5) My father was 22 when I was born. [Zeit] 6) He didn’t do that, because he was at home that time.
7) My mother looked at my math test result and was very proud of me.
8) Was it really worth doing all that, it took you much effort.

Present Perfect Progressive Übungen + Lösung

Hier sind Beispiele für den Gebrauch von was:

1) Where were you last summer when you sent me this message?
2) We were all honored for publishing this project.
3) The kids were playing baseball outside all the day, weren’t they?
4) He doesn’t believe that we were the first people to reach this place.
5) Both of you weren’t wrong, no one should have blamed you.
6) Suddenly I found a lot of cops, and they were all staring at me.
7) What were you just doing when I saw you by coincidence?

Present Perfect Progressive : Regeln und Verwendung


Das Passiv mit “was oder were”


A- [Past simple tense]

Was und were können auch verwendet werden, um das Passiv in der Vergangenheitsform past simple zu beschreiben, hier geht es so:
Die Form ist: was/ were + [verb p.p]

Beispiele:
1) Napoleon was defeated by the people who struggled hard.
2) They were strongly forced to tell that, though it wasn’t true.

 

B- [Past continuous tense]

Um das Passiv in der Vergangenheitsform past continuous zu beschreiben, gilt diese Form:
Die Form ist: was/ were + being + [verb p.p]

Beispiele:
1) The victims were being harmed.
2) This topic was being discussed during the meeting.

In der Vergangenheitsform Past continuous tense sind was & were auch.

Beispiele:
1) What were they looking if not shopping?
2) I was working on his assignment all the night.

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