Presentation on theme: "Present simple De onvoltooid tegenwoordige tijd. Werkwoord Werkwoord + s I like milk You like milk He like s milk She like s milk It like s milk We like."— Presentation transcript:
Present simple De onvoltooid tegenwoordige tijd
Werkwoord Werkwoord + s I like milk You like milk He like s milk She like s milk It like s milk We like milk You like milk They like milk
Do ….. + werkwoord Does …… + werkwoord Do I like milk? Do you like milk ? Does he like milk ? Does she like milk ? Does it like milk ? Do we like milk ? Do you like milk ? Do they like milk ?
…. don’t + werkwoord …. doesn’t + werkwoord Idon’t like milk Youdon’t like milk Hedoesn’tlike milk Shedoesn’t like milk Itdoesn’t like milk We don’t like milk Youdon’t like milk They don’t like milk
Oefenen We ……. (to like) Italian food We like Italian food I …. (to cycle) to school every morning I cycle to school every morning In summer they often … (to play) tennis In summer they often play tennis My dad always.. (to make) pizza on Sundays My dad always make s pizza on Sundays
Oefenen vragend maken He listen s to music every day Do es he listen to music every day? They often drink coffee Do they often drink coffee? She sometimes read s a book Do es she sometimes read a book?
Oefenen: ontkennend maken I like jogging in the park I don’t like jogging in the park She watches television a lot She doesn’t watch television a lot He has a sister He doesn’t have a sister My parents always listen to me My parents don’t always listen to me
Wanneer gebruik je de Present Simple? Voor feiten: Cows eat grass Sugar tastes sweet Babies don’t read books A rabbit doesn’t walk on two legs Do people fly to Mars? Does a fish feel any pain?
Welke woorden horen bij de Present Simple? Altijd Little sis always sneaks into my room Nooit I never get what I like Ooit Do your parents ever read your diary? Gewoonlijk I usually clear up my own room
Welke woorden horen bij de Present Simple? (2) Vaak You often make your own decisions Soms My family sometimes drives me nuts Elke dag My dad watches television every day