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Das Fragezeichen
Das Fragezeichen (englisch question mark) wird im Englischen am Ende jedes Fragesatzes verwendet. Das gilt auch für rhetorische Fragen (Fragen, auf die keine Antwort erwartet wird) und Frageanhängsel, aber nicht für indirekte Fragen.
'ing-Form' zum Ausdruck von Intensität oder temporärem Zustand
- "How do you like your new job?" - "I'm loving every minute of it.
Der Gebrauch der '-ing-Form' als Gerundium
Da das Gerundium ein substantiviertes Verb ist, verhält es sich im Satz wie ein Substantiv.
Der Doppelimperativ
Beim Doppelimperativ werden zwei Befehlsformen in der Regel mit and verbunden.

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