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Abhängigkeit von der Aussageabsicht des Sprechers
Die im untergeordneten Satz verwendete Zeitform hängt auch von der Aussageabsicht des Sprechers ab.
Das 'Future in the Past'
Das sogenannte Future in the Past bezieht sich auf ein Vorhaben in der Vergangenheit, das zum Zeitpunkt des Sprechens in der Zukunft lag. Es wird mit was / were going to im Englischen ausgedrückt. Dies entspricht meist dem deutschen wollte(n) gerade …
Unterschiedliche Verwendung von 'each' und 'every'
Each bedeutet jeder einzelne usw., der Einzelfall steht im Vordergrund. Bei every (= jeder usw.) steht eher die Gruppe oder die Gesamtheit der Fälle im Vordergrund.
'Present Progressive', 'Going to'-Zukunft oder 'Present Perfect' statt 'Simple Present'
Beim mit if eingeleiteten Satzteil eines if-Satzes Typ I können anstelle des Simple Present das Present Progressive (auch mit Zukunftsbedeutung), die be going to-Zukunft oder das Present Perfect verwendet werden.

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