Influence Of The Media In The Anti War Movement Of The 60's And 70's. History Essay

639 words - 3 pages

TED İSTANBUL KOLEJİ ÖZEL ORTAOKULU 8.KLASSE
HAUSAUFGABE
1) Bilde Sätze mit DASS
a) das / dass / ist / zu / Buch / teuer
Mein Bruder sagt, ............................................................................................................................................
b) ist / Reiten / dass / gefährlich
Ich bin sicher, ..................................................................................................................................................
c) macht / Kochen / dass / Spaß
Wir finden, ......................................................................................................................................................
d) ich / habe / genug / nicht / dass / gelernt
Die Lehrerin meint, .........................................................................................................................................
e) du / dass / bist / gekommen
Ich bin froh, .....................................................................................................................................................
f) du / hast / dass / so viele / in der Arbeit / Probleme
Es tut mir leid, .................................................................................................................................................
g) du / dass / zu / kannst / kommen / zur Party
Ich freue mich, ................................................................................................................................................
h) dir / geht / dass / es / besser / wieder
Ich bin froh, ....................................................................................................................................................
i) wir / dass / müssen / heute / schreiben / Kontrollarbeit
Ich bin sauer, ...................................................................................................................................................
k) sind / unsere Freunde / dass / gut / in New York / angekommen
Wir hoffen, ......................................................................................................................................................
2) Was sagt er?
„Ich mag Fußball.” ( Er sagt, dass er Fußball mag.
a) „Ich habe Hunger” ( Er sagt, ..................................................................................................................
b) „Das ist mein Wörterbuch.” ( Er sagt, ....................................................................................................
c) „Ich heiße John.” ( Er sagt, ....................................................................................................
d) „Ich bin sehr müde.” ( Er sagt, ....................................................................................................
e) „Ich fahre morgen nach Deutschland.” ( Er sagt, ...................................................................................
f) „Ich habe sehr viel Hausarbeit.” ( Er sa...

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