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Synonyme für "to think"
to believe glauben
to claim behaupten
to suggest etw. andeuten/vorschlagen
to state aussagen
to be convinc

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Englisch Synonyme für "to think" to believe glauben to claim behaupten to suggest etw. andeuten/vorschlagen to state aussagen to be convinced überzeugt sein to insist bestehen (dar) auf to worry sich sorgen to consider berücksichtigen to deem = zu erachten Synonyme für "but" Otherwise Ansonsten Although However Exept Nevertheless = Nichtsdestotrotz nonetheless On the one lother hand Exept for Auf der einen landeren Seite alternatively = alternativ though = obwohl In contrast = Obwohl whereas = Jedoch außer THIS = dennoch 8 on the contrary THESE = außer für im Gegensatz wohingegen Synonyme für to show" to suggest andeuten to demonstrate = darlegen to indicate hinweisen 3 andererseits to prove beweisen to disprove: widerlegen THAT THOSE Synonyme für "say" a. C. to announce = ankündigen to declare verkünden to state erklären, aussagen to point out darauf hinweisen to stress belonen to admit zugeben to claim behaupten to acknowledge bestätigen to deny bestreiten How to describe a picture The picture/ photo shows ... • Das Bild/Foto zeigt... It was taken by... = Es wurde aufgenommen von... In the foreground/background In the centre there are ... In der Mitte sind... At the top / bottom there is ... Oben / unten ist... On the left/right... Auf der linken / rechten Seite... in the corner... in der Ecke... Some and any next to... = neben... between... there is... = zwischen….. ist ... A black and white picture = Schwarz-weiß Bild It is a coloured photo = Farbfotos The atmosphere is... = Die Atmosphäre ist... It seems as if... = Es scheint als ob... use some and any like this: For a question: any b. For a positive answer: some For...

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a negative answer any It makes me think of... = Ich denke dabei an... = Im Vorder- / Hintergrund Examples: Do you have any money? · Yes, I have some. • No. I don't have any money. Do you play any sports? • Yes, I play some sports. •No, I don't play any sports. Words to use instead of "very" very bad = awful very perfect flawless very rich = wealthy very poor: destitute very short brief very cold = freezing very cute adorable very creative innovative very friendly amiable very sad sorrowful Much Much is used with uncountable nouns to indicate a large quanti. Examples: • Much money (Ausnahme) • He likes her very much. .I spend to much on clothes. A lot of A lot of can be used for countable or uncountable nouns to indicate a large quanti. Examples: • She eats a lot of fruit. •There were a lot of people there. He earns a lot of money. Saying "because" How to express your oppinion due to = wegen by reason of wegen by cause of aufgrund von aufgrund by virtue of for the reason that Aus dem Grund, dass considering in Anbetracht inasmuch as = da I truly think... I deeply think... I strongly believe... I am convinced that... It seems to me that... I tend to think ... uncountable I might be wrong but... I cannot deny that... = I must admit that... = Ich = Ich bin davon überzeugt, dass... I suppose... = Ich nehme an ... I am of mixed opinions (about (on)... = geteilter Heinung sein I want to emphasize... - Ich möchte betonen, dass... Hir scheint, dass... vill. liege ich falsch, aber... Ich kann nicht leugnen, dass... muss zugeben, dass... 8 Ich neige dazu zu denken, dass... Lots of countable Many Many is used with countable nouns to indicate a large quanti. Examples: I don't have many clothes. • Many people heard of him. • There are too many cars. Examples: A lot of and lots of have the same meaning. It can be used for countable and uncountable nouns. • There's lots of food • She sold lots of flowers. This food contains lots of fat. Relative Pronouns Who whom Which why When Where Whose That Thus daher So : so Linking Words Consequence As a result = infolge Therefore deshalb Concession Relates to people (Subject) Relates to people (Objekt) Relates to animals and objects Refers to reason As a consequence = als Konsequenz Eventually = letzlich That's why = deshalb Despite = trotz Apart from Refers to time Although Though Refers to places Refers to possession Relates to people, animals and things Even though Obwohl But for = aber für 2 = außer, ausgenommen obwohl obwohl Contrast However jedoch But = aber, sondern yet = noch Whereas a woningegen While während On the one hand! On the other hand Condition If The musician who wrote this song is French. Whom did you want me to contact? (hier: wen) This cake which Mary made. Do you know the reason why the market is closed today? The day when the concert takes place is Saturday. This is the house where my son was born. : wenn The boy whose phone just rang should stand up. 12th September is the date that I was born. As long as so lange wie Unless 8 wenn nicht = Auf der einen I anderen Seite Provided that * vorrausgesetzt, dass Whether 8 ob Adding Ideas Moreover = außerdem Also Besides = außerdem In addition What's more Not only Choise Or zudem ... but also = nicht nur... Whatever = zusätzlich = außerden, zusätzlich 8 oder Either... or sondern auch = wie auch immer Whoever wer auch immer Neither...nor =weder... noch = entweder... oder Opinion In my opinion = Meiner Meinung nach As far as I'm concern = so weit es mich betrifft To my mind Heiner Meinung nach It seems to me that = Es scheint so, dass Purpose To = zu So that = so dass So as to ? um In order to= um zu Modal Verbs Can (Können) May (dürfen) Might (können) Must (muss) Could (könnten) Should (sollten) Shall (soll) Would (würde) Will (werden) Ought to (sollte) Ability, request Request Present or future possibility Necessity, obligation Past ability, suggestion, future possibility Advice, prediction, regret Offer, suggestion, intention Request, Invitation, wish Promise, wish, desire What is right, moral, duty can I come with you? She can run. Hay I use your pen? I might win. I might go for a run. You must have a passport to get on the plane. He could run when he was younger. Could you help me ? I should go for a run. You should try harder. Shall I help you? I shall go to the party. I would like some coffee. Would you like some coffee? It will be sunny today. I ought to wear a mask to protect others. You cannot (can't) come. you may not use it. you might not win. You must not do that. It could not (couldn't) happen. I should not (shouldn't) do it. I shall not go. I would not (wouldn't) do it. It will not rain. I ought to not do that. Time Past Simple Past Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Tenses Simple Present Present Continuous Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous Past Simple Past Continuous Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous Simple Future Future Continuous Future Perfect Future Perfect Continuous past worked had worked. was working had been working Simple Present Present Continuous Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous Positive I prefer my coffe black. She is listening the music now. It has rained a lot lately. She has been singing a song We watch the news last night. I was learning German last year. He had left when I went to the club. work present have worked is working have been working They had beeing friends since childhood. They will study maths. They will be loving you. By next week, they will have earned lots of money. I will have been shopping on Tuesday. Simple Future Future Continuous Future Perfect Future Perfect Continuous Negative I don't prefer my coffe black. She isn't listening the music now. It hasn't rained a lot lately. She hasn't been singing a song we didn't watch the news last night. I wasn't learning German last year. He had not left when I went to the club. future will work will have worked will be working will have been working They had not beeing friends since childhood. They will not study maths. They won't be loving you. By next week, they will not have earned lots of money. I will not have been shopping on Tuesday. Question Do I prefer my coffee black? Is she listening the music now? Has it rained a lot lately? Has she been singing a song ? Did we watch the news last night ? was I learning German last year? Had he left when I went to the club? Had they been being friend since childhood? Will they study math? Will they be loving you ? Will they have earned lots of money, by next week? Will I have been shopping on Tuesday? Prepositions of Time & Place Examples Time Place In in the morning / afternoon • in (the) summer I fall (autumn) / spring/winter in 1980 / 1990 / 20001... in the 1990s / 1980s /1970s... in the 17th 118th / next century in the Easter vacation (holiday) in the future / 10 years time in England (country) in London (city) in a building in a car I taxi I boat / helicopter in a traffic jam in Time Square in the article on Monday I Saturday I... on June 3rd I 1st October 2013 on Christmas day I my birthday on Friday evening I morning I... On winters evening I morning I... on a warm day • on time on bus i plane on a horse on the phone /tv/internet on the floor on the page On on the menu on Oxford street at 9 am 16 pm at 8 o'clock at night / noon / midday at Easter / Christmas At at dinner / dinner time at that moment at 675 State Street at the bus stop • at the front / back / bottom at the top of page at someone's house at the entrance / door at the crossroad ·by law • by request • by chance ·by luck .by accident .(go) by car / bus /... by all means . By . by hand .by marriage • by nature by request by sight by definition by birth

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Synonyme für "to think"
to believe glauben
to claim behaupten
to suggest etw. andeuten/vorschlagen
to state aussagen
to be convinc

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Englisch Synonyme für "to think" to believe glauben to claim behaupten to suggest etw. andeuten/vorschlagen to state aussagen to be convinced überzeugt sein to insist bestehen (dar) auf to worry sich sorgen to consider berücksichtigen to deem = zu erachten Synonyme für "but" Otherwise Ansonsten Although However Exept Nevertheless = Nichtsdestotrotz nonetheless On the one lother hand Exept for Auf der einen landeren Seite alternatively = alternativ though = obwohl In contrast = Obwohl whereas = Jedoch außer THIS = dennoch 8 on the contrary THESE = außer für im Gegensatz wohingegen Synonyme für to show" to suggest andeuten to demonstrate = darlegen to indicate hinweisen 3 andererseits to prove beweisen to disprove: widerlegen THAT THOSE Synonyme für "say" a. C. to announce = ankündigen to declare verkünden to state erklären, aussagen to point out darauf hinweisen to stress belonen to admit zugeben to claim behaupten to acknowledge bestätigen to deny bestreiten How to describe a picture The picture/ photo shows ... • Das Bild/Foto zeigt... It was taken by... = Es wurde aufgenommen von... In the foreground/background In the centre there are ... In der Mitte sind... At the top / bottom there is ... Oben / unten ist... On the left/right... Auf der linken / rechten Seite... in the corner... in der Ecke... Some and any next to... = neben... between... there is... = zwischen….. ist ... A black and white picture = Schwarz-weiß Bild It is a coloured photo = Farbfotos The atmosphere is... = Die Atmosphäre ist... It seems as if... = Es scheint als ob... use some and any like this: For a question: any b. For a positive answer: some For...

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a negative answer any It makes me think of... = Ich denke dabei an... = Im Vorder- / Hintergrund Examples: Do you have any money? · Yes, I have some. • No. I don't have any money. Do you play any sports? • Yes, I play some sports. •No, I don't play any sports. Words to use instead of "very" very bad = awful very perfect flawless very rich = wealthy very poor: destitute very short brief very cold = freezing very cute adorable very creative innovative very friendly amiable very sad sorrowful Much Much is used with uncountable nouns to indicate a large quanti. Examples: • Much money (Ausnahme) • He likes her very much. .I spend to much on clothes. A lot of A lot of can be used for countable or uncountable nouns to indicate a large quanti. Examples: • She eats a lot of fruit. •There were a lot of people there. He earns a lot of money. Saying "because" How to express your oppinion due to = wegen by reason of wegen by cause of aufgrund von aufgrund by virtue of for the reason that Aus dem Grund, dass considering in Anbetracht inasmuch as = da I truly think... I deeply think... I strongly believe... I am convinced that... It seems to me that... I tend to think ... uncountable I might be wrong but... I cannot deny that... = I must admit that... = Ich = Ich bin davon überzeugt, dass... I suppose... = Ich nehme an ... I am of mixed opinions (about (on)... = geteilter Heinung sein I want to emphasize... - Ich möchte betonen, dass... Hir scheint, dass... vill. liege ich falsch, aber... Ich kann nicht leugnen, dass... muss zugeben, dass... 8 Ich neige dazu zu denken, dass... Lots of countable Many Many is used with countable nouns to indicate a large quanti. Examples: I don't have many clothes. • Many people heard of him. • There are too many cars. Examples: A lot of and lots of have the same meaning. It can be used for countable and uncountable nouns. • There's lots of food • She sold lots of flowers. This food contains lots of fat. Relative Pronouns Who whom Which why When Where Whose That Thus daher So : so Linking Words Consequence As a result = infolge Therefore deshalb Concession Relates to people (Subject) Relates to people (Objekt) Relates to animals and objects Refers to reason As a consequence = als Konsequenz Eventually = letzlich That's why = deshalb Despite = trotz Apart from Refers to time Although Though Refers to places Refers to possession Relates to people, animals and things Even though Obwohl But for = aber für 2 = außer, ausgenommen obwohl obwohl Contrast However jedoch But = aber, sondern yet = noch Whereas a woningegen While während On the one hand! On the other hand Condition If The musician who wrote this song is French. Whom did you want me to contact? (hier: wen) This cake which Mary made. Do you know the reason why the market is closed today? The day when the concert takes place is Saturday. This is the house where my son was born. : wenn The boy whose phone just rang should stand up. 12th September is the date that I was born. As long as so lange wie Unless 8 wenn nicht = Auf der einen I anderen Seite Provided that * vorrausgesetzt, dass Whether 8 ob Adding Ideas Moreover = außerdem Also Besides = außerdem In addition What's more Not only Choise Or zudem ... but also = nicht nur... Whatever = zusätzlich = außerden, zusätzlich 8 oder Either... or sondern auch = wie auch immer Whoever wer auch immer Neither...nor =weder... noch = entweder... oder Opinion In my opinion = Meiner Meinung nach As far as I'm concern = so weit es mich betrifft To my mind Heiner Meinung nach It seems to me that = Es scheint so, dass Purpose To = zu So that = so dass So as to ? um In order to= um zu Modal Verbs Can (Können) May (dürfen) Might (können) Must (muss) Could (könnten) Should (sollten) Shall (soll) Would (würde) Will (werden) Ought to (sollte) Ability, request Request Present or future possibility Necessity, obligation Past ability, suggestion, future possibility Advice, prediction, regret Offer, suggestion, intention Request, Invitation, wish Promise, wish, desire What is right, moral, duty can I come with you? She can run. Hay I use your pen? I might win. I might go for a run. You must have a passport to get on the plane. He could run when he was younger. Could you help me ? I should go for a run. You should try harder. Shall I help you? I shall go to the party. I would like some coffee. Would you like some coffee? It will be sunny today. I ought to wear a mask to protect others. You cannot (can't) come. you may not use it. you might not win. You must not do that. It could not (couldn't) happen. I should not (shouldn't) do it. I shall not go. I would not (wouldn't) do it. It will not rain. I ought to not do that. Time Past Simple Past Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Tenses Simple Present Present Continuous Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous Past Simple Past Continuous Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous Simple Future Future Continuous Future Perfect Future Perfect Continuous past worked had worked. was working had been working Simple Present Present Continuous Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous Positive I prefer my coffe black. She is listening the music now. It has rained a lot lately. She has been singing a song We watch the news last night. I was learning German last year. He had left when I went to the club. work present have worked is working have been working They had beeing friends since childhood. They will study maths. They will be loving you. By next week, they will have earned lots of money. I will have been shopping on Tuesday. Simple Future Future Continuous Future Perfect Future Perfect Continuous Negative I don't prefer my coffe black. She isn't listening the music now. It hasn't rained a lot lately. She hasn't been singing a song we didn't watch the news last night. I wasn't learning German last year. He had not left when I went to the club. future will work will have worked will be working will have been working They had not beeing friends since childhood. They will not study maths. They won't be loving you. By next week, they will not have earned lots of money. I will not have been shopping on Tuesday. Question Do I prefer my coffee black? Is she listening the music now? Has it rained a lot lately? Has she been singing a song ? Did we watch the news last night ? was I learning German last year? Had he left when I went to the club? Had they been being friend since childhood? Will they study math? Will they be loving you ? Will they have earned lots of money, by next week? Will I have been shopping on Tuesday? Prepositions of Time & Place Examples Time Place In in the morning / afternoon • in (the) summer I fall (autumn) / spring/winter in 1980 / 1990 / 20001... in the 1990s / 1980s /1970s... in the 17th 118th / next century in the Easter vacation (holiday) in the future / 10 years time in England (country) in London (city) in a building in a car I taxi I boat / helicopter in a traffic jam in Time Square in the article on Monday I Saturday I... on June 3rd I 1st October 2013 on Christmas day I my birthday on Friday evening I morning I... On winters evening I morning I... on a warm day • on time on bus i plane on a horse on the phone /tv/internet on the floor on the page On on the menu on Oxford street at 9 am 16 pm at 8 o'clock at night / noon / midday at Easter / Christmas At at dinner / dinner time at that moment at 675 State Street at the bus stop • at the front / back / bottom at the top of page at someone's house at the entrance / door at the crossroad ·by law • by request • by chance ·by luck .by accident .(go) by car / bus /... by all means . By . by hand .by marriage • by nature by request by sight by definition by birth