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'going to'
Bei vorher überlegten Absichtserklärungen verwendet man be going to.
'Used to'
In der gesprochenen Sprache wird das Verb to be oft durch das Verb to get ersetzt. In der Progressive-Form ist dies außer beim Present Progressive und Past Progressive die einzige Möglichkeit, das Passiv auszudrücken.
Ersatz von 'to be' durch 'to get'
Folgende Ausdrücke mit modaler Funktion bleiben meist unverändert, können aber auch wie folgt umgestellt werden, wenn das Einleitungsverb in einer Vergangenheitsform steht:needn't → didn't need to / didn't have toused to → had previously + Past Participle des Vollverbs
'Needn't' und 'used to'
Die Zeitform des Verbs to be richtet sich auch im Passiv nach den in den vorangehenden Unterkapiteln beschriebenen Regeln für die Verwendung der Zeiten.

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to knock so. ⇔ down - einen Radfahrer anfahrenLast post 12 Jul 11, 11:53
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But soon you're knock'n on (The Chemical Workers' Song) So weitermachen? Hat jemand eine k…2 Replies
to knock outLast post 22 Mar 11, 18:33
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I mean "he was knocked over by a car" LEO offers one option for this as "überfahren" but I …2 Replies
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to knock back a drink (Brit.) (coll.) - *Last post 21 Jul 16, 02:57
LEO: to knock back a drink (Brit.) [coll.] - ein Getränk hinunterkippen [ugs.] …0 Replies
to knock so./sth. - etw./jmdn. heruntermachenLast post 21 Jul 16, 12:41
NOAD: knock - ... 2: [trans.] ... • [informal] talk disparagingly about; criticize. Chamber…2 Replies
to knock at/on/... the door???Last post 17 Sep 07, 18:28
Hm. Ich soll mal wieder lektorieren, obwohl ich DE bin. Mein Sprachgefühl sagt: to knock _on…5 Replies
to beat - pumpernLast post 19 Feb 15, 09:02
http://www.wissen.de/rechtschreibung/pumpern pụm|pern 〈V.1, hat gepumpert; o. Obj.; ugs.〉 lau13 Replies

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