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BeitragVerfasst am: Fr Apr 11, 2003 5:53 pm    Titel: DLR Homepage CBT Englisch Lösungen Antworten mit Zitat

Hi there.
Wir würden gern mit euch mal das komplette DLR Englisch CBT "knacken", da ich und auch andere über nen gewissen % Satz nie rauskommen. Und daher wollen wir schauen liegts an uns oder an dem CBT.

Der übersichtlichkeit schlage ich folgendes vor:

Sachen die ich hier falsch schreibe editiere ich nach euren Vorschlägen hier in diesem Posting. So kann man die Ergebnisse per copy and past übertragen.

Dann man los:

The basketball team...just arrived in the arena.

is


Peter bought five shirts,.....he?

hasn't ? ( can't didn't isn't )

Heidi wants to pass the test. She is trying ... to pass it


hard ( hardly / as most as / most )

A...tea can be nice, but too much of it may be bad for you

( small / little / short / deflant )

Fiona: "I will drive to Hamburg on Friday"---Fiona said that she ..... to Hamburg on Friday

will drive


Mr. Sommer wears a hat,....he?

isn't

The Videoplayer is old,...it?

isn't ( doesn't / you buy / fuction )

This is the last question,...it?

isn't ( not is / believes / does not believe )

Who permitted the pupils....school so early?

( to leave / who are leaving / leaving / leave )

The detective ran after the thief and..him from escaping.

( had prevented / prevented / is going to prevent ...)


Diana is on the train...the station now

leaving ( left / leave / having left )

Mrs. Wagner decided to....for a german au pair girl.

( advertise / advertising / had advertised / advertised )

Marilyn's parents agreed to...her boyfriend to dinner at their house last Saturday

( letting her invite / let invite / let her invite / letting invite )

I would apply for the job if I ... you

were

Mrs. Robinson always...upset if people don't like her terrible cat

gets ( is getting / would get / goes )

Why don't we invite the people....have moved in next door

who

A filling station is a place that....petrol

sells

I can't make up my mind before I...the facts

know ( ing form von know gibt es nicht )

Jack hasn't got your money. Pamela hasn't got it...

too ( either, neither nor )

...in history when remarkable progress was made within a short span of time

( There have been periods / Periods have been / Thoughtou periods...)

Pupert is....Poly

taller than

Shall we take the train? No I'd rather ... the plane

take ( taking / be taking / taken )

Did you enjoy the movie?

No I was BORED all evening.

She is thinking about....to Australia next month

going ( da feststehende Zukunftshandlung )

Why did you anser the phone?

I ... a shower at the time.

( had taken / was taking / would take / took )

HAVE you ever been to the United States?


If they...some money, they could have brought their won house

( saved / would have saved / had saved / have saved )

The childrens are old enough to look after...

( themselves / eachself / thierselves ( theirselves??) / themself )

We don't have ... business class tickets.

any

Could you...me...at the next junction?

( take...out / drop...off / leave out.../put... off )

A lot of work remains to...

be done

I was disturbed by the CONTIMUAL ringing of the bell

permanent

He gave an astonished LOOK.

appearance


What he said was quiet FOREIGN to our discussion

strange

He GUIDED the old woman across the road.

supported ( watched / accused / led )

The WHOLE country was up in revolt

entire

When the political tension grew more troops where sent to THE BORDER

( flight / camp / border / battle zone )

The fire spread RAPIDLY from house to house

quickly

To have all your teeth out is a CERTAIN cure for toothache

sure ( stopping / sure / chosen / recommended )

The owner gave the tenants notice to QUIT

leave

This space ship is a MARVEL.

wonder

These ones BLOOM in early spring

( vanish / explode / flower / become dry )

The reason for this behaviour is OBVIOUS to me.

( clear / impure / suspicious / vague )

Max is the ELDEST of the three brothers.

first-born

There is a constant BREEZE at the seaside

wind

This position is VACANT.

( immense / uninteresthing / without use / not occupied )

The WAGES ARE received weekly.

payment is

This is a style of dress PERTICULIAR to this tribe.

( unfimiliar / unusual / speacial / immoral )

The old shop MERGES INTO the big foreign company.

( brings new ideas into / suits / is swallowed by / reaches )

They POSSESS some houses.

own

It is so QUIET in this area

still

A white dove flew above their heads.

pigeon

There is a constant LACK of water in some regions

( amount / defiency / spring / reduction )

Outside the house it was frightening because of the MIST.

fog

There are just some MODIFICATIONS I would like to suggest.

changes

This calculatopn is ERRONEOUS.

incorrect

She STRUCK him in the face

hit

Please SHUT the drawer

close

Reaching the PEAK of the mountain, the found a little hut

top

At the Airport they did not SEARCH my luggage

look for

Three people were INJURED in the bus

hurt

It's our GOAL to buitl a just society

( aim / duty / job / position )

You better STAY where your are.

remain



Blade

( das im Klammern sind die Lösungen angegeben )
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BeitragVerfasst am: Fr Apr 11, 2003 7:06 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

The basketball team...just arrived in the arena.

is = has

A...tea can be nice, but too much of it may be bad for you

little

Fiona: "I will drive to Hamburg on Friday"---Fiona said that she ..... to Hamburg on Friday

will drive


Mr. Sommer wears a hat,....he?

isn't = doesn`t

Who permitted the pupils....school so early?

to leave ( to leave / who are leaving / leaving / leave )

The detective ran after the thief and..him from escaping.

prevented ( had prevented / prevented / is going to prevent ...)

Mrs. Wagner decided to....for a german au pair girl.

advertise ( advertise / advertising / had advertised / advertised )
Jack hasn't got your money. Pamela hasn't got it...

either ( either, neither nor )

...in history when remarkable progress was made within a short span of time

There have been periods

I ... a shower at the time.

( had taken / was taking / would take / took )

HAVE you ever been to the United States?


If they...some money, they could have brought their won house

had saved ( saved / would have saved / had saved / have saved )

The childrens are old enough to look after...

themselves ( themselves / eachself / thierselves ( theirselves??) / themself )

Could you...me...at the next junction?

drop...off ( take...out / drop...off / leave out.../put... off )

He gave an astonished LOOK.

glance

The owner gave the tenants notice to QUIT

leave?

These ones BLOOM in early spring

flower ( vanish / explode / flower / become dry )

The reason for this behaviour is OBVIOUS to me.

clear ( clear / impure / suspicious / vague )

This position is VACANT.

not occupied ( immense / uninteresthing / without use / not occupied )

This is a style of dress PERTICULIAR to this tribe.

special ( unfimiliar / unusual / speacial / immoral )

The old shop MERGES INTO the big foreign company.

is swallowed by ( brings new ideas into / suits / is swallowed by / reaches )

There is a constant LACK of water in some regions

deficency ( amount / defiency / spring / reduction )

At the Airport they did not SEARCH my luggage

control

It's our GOAL to buitl a just society

aim ( aim / duty / job / position )
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BeitragVerfasst am: Fr Apr 11, 2003 8:37 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

Anonymous hat folgendes geschrieben:

Fiona: "I will drive to Hamburg on Friday"---Fiona said that she ..... to Hamburg on Friday

will drive




I ... a shower at the time.

( had taken / was taking / would take / took )







The owner gave the tenants notice to QUIT

leave?






1. would drive

2. had taken

3. quit => stop
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BeitragVerfasst am: Fr Apr 11, 2003 9:23 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

Hallo!

Ich beschränke mich nur auf den Grammatikteil. Bei den Synonymen bin ich mir nämlich nicht so sicher, viele kenne ich nicht.

The basketball team...just arrived in the arena.

HAS


Peter bought five shirts,.....he?

DIDN´T

Heidi wants to pass the test. She is trying ... to pass it


HARD

A...tea can be nice, but too much of it may be bad for you

LITTLE

Fiona: "I will drive to Hamburg on Friday"---Fiona said that she ..... to Hamburg on Friday

will drive


Mr. Sommer wears a hat,....he?

DOESN´T

The Videoplayer is old,...it?

ISN´T

This is the last question,...it?

ISN`T

Who permitted the pupils....school so early?

TO LEAVE

The detective ran after the thief and..him from escaping.

PREVENTED


Diana is on the train...the station now

LEAVING

Mrs. Wagner decided to....for a german au pair girl.

ADVERTISE

Marilyn's parents agreed to...her boyfriend to dinner at their house last Saturday

( letting her invite / let invite / let her invite / letting invite )

ICH WÜRDE MAL AUF "LET HER INVITE" TIPPEN

I would apply for the job if I ... you

were

Mrs. Robinson always...upset if people don't like her terrible cat

GETS

Why don't we invite the people....have moved in next door

who

A filling station is a place that....petrol

sells

I can't make up my mind before I...the facts

know ( ing form von know gibt es nicht )

Jack hasn't got your money. Pamela hasn't got it...

EITHER

...in history when remarkable progress was made within a short span of time

THERE HAVE BEEN PERIODS

Pupert is....Poly

taller than

Shall we take the train? No I'd rather ... the plane

TAKE

Did you enjoy the movie?

No I was BORED all evening.

She is thinking about....to Australia next month

going ( da feststehende Zukunftshandlung )

Why did you anser the phone?

I ... a shower at the time.

( had taken / was taking / would take / took )

WAS TAKING


HAVE you ever been to the United States?


If they...some money, they could have brought their won house

( saved / would have saved / had saved / have saved )

HAD SAVED, bin mir jetzt aber nicht ganz sicher


The childrens are old enough to look after...

THEMSELF

We don't have ... business class tickets.

any

Could you...me...at the next junction?

DROP ME OFF

A lot of work remains to...

be done


ohne Gewähr Wink

Gruß,
B-HOX


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BeitragVerfasst am: Sa Apr 12, 2003 1:17 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

danke euch allen!!!! Da haben sich einige Fehler gleich mal beseitigt!!!
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BeitragVerfasst am: So Apr 13, 2003 1:22 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

Hallo zusammen,

nach Eingabe der unten aufgeführten Aufgaben komme ich nicht über 57 von 64 richtigen Aufgaben hinaus. Wer hat hier noch eine Lösung ... ?!

Danke schonmal im voraus

Englisch CBT DLR

The basketball team...just arrived in the arena.- has
Peter bought five shirts,.....he? - didn't
Heidi wants to pass the test. She is trying ... to pass it - hard
A...tea can be nice, but too much of it may be bad for you - little
Fiona: "I will drive to Hamburg on Friday"---Fiona said that she ..... to Hamburg on Friday - will drive oder eher would drive ???
Mr. Sommer wears a hat,....he? - doesnt
The Videoplayer is old,...it?- isn't
This is the last question,...it?- isn't
Which is the best newspaper ... if you want news about european affairs
- to have reading, read, reading, to read ???

Who permitted the pupils....school so early? - to leave
The detective ran after the thief and..him from escaping.- prevented
Diana is on the train...the station now- leaving
Mrs. Wagner decided to....for a german au pair girl.- advertise
Marilyn's parents agreed to...her boyfriend to dinner at their house last Saturday - let her invite ? ( letting her invite / let invite / / letting invite )
I would apply for the job if I ... you - were
Mrs. Robinson always...upset if people don't like her terrible cat- gets
Why don't we invite the people....have moved in next door- who
A filling station is a place that....petrol- sells
I can't make up my mind before I...the facts - know ( ing form von know gibt es nicht )
Jack hasn't got your money. Pamela hasn't got it... - either,
...in history when remarkable progress was made within a short span of time- There have been periods
Pupert is....Poly - taller than
Shall we take the train? No I'd rather ... the plane- take
Did you enjoy the movie?- No I was BORED all evening.
She is thinking about....to Australia next month- going ( da feststehende Zukunftshandlung )
Why did you answer the phone? I ... a shower at the time.- was taking oder had taken ???
… you ever been to the United States?- HAVE
If they...some money, they could have brought their won house - had saved ? ( saved / would have saved / / have saved )
The childrens are old enough to look after... - themself
We don't have ... business class tickets.- any
Could you...me...at the next junction?- drop...off
A lot of work remains to...- be done


Synonym

I was disturbed by the CONTINUAL ringing of the bell permanent
He gave an astonished LOOK. Appearance / glance
What he said was quiet FOREIGN to our discussion strange
He GUIDED the old woman across the road. supported ( watched / accused / led )
The WHOLE country was up in revolt entire
When the political tension grew more troops where sent to the frontier ( flight / camp / border / battle zone )
The fire spread RAPIDLY from house to house quickly
To have all your teeth out is a CERTAIN cure for toothache sure ( stopping / sure / chosen / recommended )
The owner gave the tenants notice to QUIT stop
This space ship is a MARVEL. wonder
These ones BLOOM in early spring ( vanish / explode / flower / become dry )
The reason for this behaviour is OBVIOUS to me. ( clear / impure / suspicious / vague )
Max is the ELDEST of the three brothers. first-born
There is a constant BREEZE at the seaside wind
This position is VACANT. not occupied
The WAGES ARE received weekly. payment is
This is a style of dress PERTICULIAR to this tribe. special ( unfimiliar / unusual / / immoral )
The old shop MERGES INTO the big foreign company.is swallowed by ( brings new ideas into / suits / / reaches )
They POSSESS some houses. own
It is so QUIET in this area still
A white dove flew above their heads. pigeon
There is a constant LACK of water in some regions deficiency ( amount / / spring / reduction )
Outside the house it was frightening because of the MIST. fog
There are just some MODIFICATIONS I would like to suggest. changes
This calculation is ERRONEOUS. incorrect
She STRUCK him in the face hit
Please SHUT the drawer close
Reaching the PEAK of the mountain, the found a little hut top
At the Airport they did not SEARCH my luggage Control oder look for
Three people were INJURED in the bus hurt
It's our GOAL to built a just society aim (/ duty / job / position )
You better STAY where your are. remain
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greetz

PAN AM Wink
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BeitragVerfasst am: So Apr 13, 2003 5:01 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

The childrens are old enough to look after... - themself
themselves Rolling Eyes

He gave an astonished LOOK. Appearance / glance
glance

He GUIDED the old woman across the road. supported ( watched / accused / led )
led

Sorry, kein Bock mehr - das CBT hat Kindergartenniveau - ehrlich.
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BeitragVerfasst am: So Apr 13, 2003 7:20 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

matrix hat folgendes geschrieben:
Sorry, kein Bock mehr - das CBT hat Kindergartenniveau - ehrlich.



Wie sagt man bei uns so schön: immer langsam mit den jungen Pferden! Manche tun sich halt mit Englisch schwer und spielen sich in Physik, bei anderen ist es halt umgekehrt.

Ich bin übrigens Halb-Amerikanerin und finde durchaus, daß in dem CBT einige grammatikalische Feinheiten der englischen Sprache drin sind! Ich hab jedenfalls bei den Physik-Fragen noch nie gelesen, daß diese Kindergarten-Niveau hätten, sondern da ist immer jede Frage, und sei sie noch so "klar", geduldig und ausführlich beantwortet worden.

So soll es doch nach Möglichkeit hier auch bleiben, oder Smile Ist doch das Schöne an diesem Forum: man kann alles fragen, ohne sich hinterher blöd vorkommen zu müssen oder dumm angeredet zu werden

Ich persönlich finde das CBT auch sehr einfach - aber das heißt noch lange nicht, daß es allen so gehen muß, und auch die, die sich in Englisch vielleicht schwerer tun, sind in anderen Bereichen gute und fähige Leute!
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BeitragVerfasst am: So Apr 13, 2003 7:26 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

thx jessie 4 support Wink
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BeitragVerfasst am: So Apr 13, 2003 8:22 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

Gern geschehen! Ich mein es ja auch so Very Happy
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BeitragVerfasst am: So Apr 13, 2003 9:16 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

@Jessie: Will mich ja nicht als totalen Blödmann darstellen: Ich muss dir da zustimmen, dass jeder wohl irgendwo seine Schwierigkeiten (Schwächen) hat. Sad Ich zum Beispiel in Physik ( da in der Schule so früh wie möglich abgewählt). Trotzdem versuche ich nicht irgendwelche Lösungen zu suchen, um die CBTs mit 100% zu bestehen. Ich versuche das nachzuarbeiten, was in der Schule an mir vorbeiging. Was hilft es mir, wenn ich die Fragen in dem Fragebogen für die BU, Interview etc. beantworten kann, wenn das nur antrainiertes Halbwissen ist. Wie wollt ihr den theoretischen Teil der Ausbildung verstehen? Das ist doch nicht die Autofahrschule, einfach die richtigen Antworten auswendig lernen. Außerdem: Soweit ich das mit bekommen hab (und ich werde ganz bestimmt nicht unvorbereitet in das Auswahlverfahren bei der LH rennen!), werden da keine Supermenschen erwartet, du musst im Durchschnitt sein (Thot ist übrigens noch oft darunter Arrow Bericht FQ). Hinzukommt dieses Hagener Ding ( Arrow Offtopic).

Also verschafft euch gefälligst einen guten Überblick und das meine ich wie ich es sage, also verstehen und nicht auswendig lernen. Wer versteht, kann alle Aufgaben eines Typs lösen, die anderen nur eine spezielle. Toll. In Englisch gehört zum Überblick nun mal Vokabeln (vielleicht noch ein paar Idiome) und Grammatik, wobei der Schwierigkeitsgrad wohl so bei 8. Klasse liegt. Ich kann da auch ruhig mal Literatur nennen, falls das jemand will. Question Das ist ja wohl zu schaffen. Schreibt lieber die Grundregeln von englischer Grammatik zusammen, da lernt man mehr dabei, als mit diesem Mist.

Was mich sowieso wundert, für LH braucht man doch ABI. Wo wart ihr denn da??? Nichts gegen Blade persönlich, aber er hat ja wohl auch einige Löcher im Schulwissen. Und dann auch noch 2,1 Abi. Wo ich 2,2 hab Razz Die verlangen wirklich nicht viel und ihr tut als wärt ihr die totalen Nüsse.

Um zu Physik zurückzukommen, ich weiß nicht, was da im Unterricht vermittelt wird, aber auf Mathe trifft das zu, was bei Englisch stimmt, man muss da die Oberstufe nicht mitgemacht haben. Will gar nicht wissen wie hier einige bei Stochastik oder Linearer Algebra jappsen würde. Rolling Eyes

Sorry, wenn ich jemand beleidigt habe oder sich jemand so fühlt, war nicht meine Absicht. Confused
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BeitragVerfasst am: So Apr 13, 2003 9:18 pm    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

Ich wars. Der Cookie war Schuld. Very Happy
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