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always, invariably, e'er

Grammar

Unbestimmte Pronomen, die auf '-ever' enden
Few (= wenige, nur wenige) wird nur bei zählbaren Wörtern verwendet.
'Few'
Wenn es unwichtig oder irrelevant ist, wann etwas in der Vergangenheit geschehen ist, verwendet man das Present Perfect.
Weitere Verwendungen des 'Present Perfect'
Um sollen im Sinne von von jemandem etwas erwarten wiederzugeben, verwendet man im Englischen in der Regel die entsprechende Zeitform von: • be expected to
sollen: Erwartung
Das Present Participle wird bei vielen festen Redewendungen, und zwar meist mit der Funktion einer Konjunktion, verwendet.

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