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Transkript Adverbs – Arten von Adverbien und ihre Satzstellung (Übungsvideo)

Hello and welcome to today's lesson on adverbs. Together we'll revise, test and improve your knowledge about this topic. Hallo und willkommen zu dieser Übung zu Adverbien. Wir werden deine Kenntnisse wiederholen, testen und verbessern. We'll discuss the different types and their places in the sentence. Wir werden verschiedene Arten von Adverbien und ihre Satzstellung lernen. Think about the different types of adverbs you know. We'll talk about six types. Let me tell you all the types: There are adverbs of manner, which are in german called "Adverbien der Art und Weise". These answere the question "how". And a few examples for you: "well" (gut) and "quickly" (schnell). Then there are adverbs of place, "Adverbien des Ortes", these are for example: "everywhere" (überall) or "outside" (draußen). Then we have adverbs of time, "Adverbien der Zeit", for example: "today" (heute), "tomorrow" (morgen), "yesterday" (gestern). And adverbs of indefinite frequency, "Adverbien der unbestimmten Häufigkeit": "often" (oft), "sometimes" (manchmal). Adverbs of definite frequency, "Adverbien der bestimmten Häufigkeit oder Zeit": "once" (einmal), "daily" (täglich). And the last group is: adverbs of degree, "Gradadverbien": "rather" (ziemlich), "a lot" (sehr), "very much" (sehr viel). And now we'll revise the sentence order. Jetzt werden wir die Satzstellung wiederholen. In what position can you put an adverb in an english sentence. There are three: front position, mid position and end position. Let's start with the front position: "Luckily, I caught the train".Mid position: With mid position we have to be careful to chose the right place for the adverb. "I have never eaten sushi". Here, the adverb is places between the auxiliary, or help verb, and the main verb. But in the following sentence it is before the main verb: "She often goes shopping". When there are no auxiliary, or help verbs, or where there isn't the verb (to) be, the adverb usually goes before the main verb: "She often goes shopping". In this sentence it follows the verb (to) be, because with sentences containing the verb (to) be, the adverb always goes after this verb: "He is never happy". In the mid position, we generally put the adverbs of indefinite frequency, for example "often", and adverbs of degree, for example "rather". And now let's talk about end position: "I had a drink with a friend yesterday". In the end position we put the adverbs of definite frequency (daily), adverbs of time (tomorrow), adverbs of place (outside) and adverbs of manner (well). Jetzt fragst du dich wahrscheinlich, was passiert, wenn du in einem Satz mehrere Adverbien hast. Die Regeln sind diese: Wenn mehrere Adverbien in einem Satz verwendet werden, gilt Ort vor Zeit; "I was looking for my purse everywhere yesterday". Und wenn du noch mehrere Adverbien hast, gilt die Reihenfolge "Art und Weise" vor "Ort" und "Zeit": "The actor performed well at the theatre yesterday". Let's see how well you know these rules: Put the following adverbs into the correct places in a sentence. "I eat cornflakes for breakfast", "always" - "I always eat cornflakes for breakfast". "I watch TV", "often" - "I often watch TV". "I am sad", "always" - "I am always sad". "I was looking for my dog", "last night", "everywhere" - "I was looking for my dog everywhere last night". "I go to the theatre", "sometimes" - "I sometimes go to the theatre". "I'm going to travel abroad", "next year" - "I'm going to travel abroad next year". "She did her job", "well", "last year", "in that company" - "She did her job well in that company last year". "I go to the theatre alone", "never" - "I never go to the theatre alone". "He sat", "in his office", "quietly", "all afternoon" - "He sat quietly in his office all afternoon". "He is sad", "rather" - "He is rather sad". "I'll do it", "today" - "I'll do it today". And one last sentence: "I read the newspaper", "every day" - "I read the newspaper every day". Perfect, that's all of it for today. Join me next time for more videos. See you, bye!

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6 Kommentare
  1. Default

    Sehr gutes Video !!! ;)

    Von Der Mü, vor 27 Tagen
  2. Default

    sehr GUTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtt

    Von Nebengebaeude, vor 10 Monaten
  3. Default

    ist schon gut trotzdem danke für die Hilfe

    Von Eyoel/Monsieur Barbeque G., vor 11 Monaten
  4. Luna 1

    Danke für die Hilfe !!!!!

    Von Angelos B., vor mehr als 2 Jahren
  5. Default

    ich fands sehr hilfreich

    Von Mms 1, vor etwa 3 Jahren
  1. Default

    Schön und gut, aber die ganze Zeit nur englisch reden? Wenn die das bei ihren Grundschulvideos auch so macht sehe ich schwarz

    Von Max D1, vor mehr als 3 Jahren
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