Presentation on theme: "Examens 4STW Zoek de fout!. I don’t believe that aliens has placed it. I don’t believe that aliens HAVE placed it. RULE: he/she/it = -s E.g. I walk,"— Presentation transcript:
I don’t believe that aliens has placed it. I don’t believe that aliens HAVE placed it. RULE: he/she/it = -s E.g. I walk, but he walkS I have placed it, but he haS placed it.
Do you get your handbag yet? HAVE you GOT your handbag yet? RULE: ANETTA has bought JONY a present: it’s perfect! Present perfect = HAVE / HAS + past participle
Theire is no maximum age. THERE is no maximum age. Homophones: Their …age is 16 There … are a lot of teenagers here They’re … happy to be here
It where people that built Stonehenge It WERE people that built Stonehenge. HOMOPHONES: where … are you? we’re … all very happy! were … you there when I needed you?
They were realy happy whit it. They were reaLLy happy WITH it.
Than de wall broke. THEN THE wall broke. Homophones: THAN He is stronger THAN me. This wine is better THAN the first one. ( VGL’en) THEN Yesterday? No, I didn’t have time then. ( TIJD)
We took a picture from a cow. We took a picture OF a cow. VAN in het Engels = “from” I got a message FROM you. (“krijgen”, van iemand) “of” I read a message of you (“zijn”, het IS van iemand) from Little Timmy.
Lorenz didn’t went on holiday in 2008 Lorenz didn’t GO on holiday in 2008 RULE: negatives: Simple present: subject + DON’T / doesn’t + INF.!!! Simple past: subject + DIDN’T + INF.!!! E.g. I didn’t love you en NIET I didn’t loveD you.
He killed he’s wife. He killed HIS wife. HOMOPHONES: his He saw his wife the other day. he’s He’s very happy he saw his wife.
The wall felt on the floor. The wall fell on the floor. IRREGULAR VERBS: “felt” I felt a lot of love for you, but now it’s over. (“to feel”) “fell” The cat fell off the wall. (“to fall”)
My feet (already – kill) me. My feet ARE already KILLING me. Present continuous: Gebeurt iets op het moment dat je aan het praten bent, dan gebruik je “to be” + ING-vorm. e.g. Right now, my legs ARE SHAKING.
I bet Thomas (already – drive) a car. I bet Thomas HAS already DRIVEN a car. PRESENT PERFECT: actions that have just happened or have a connection with the present. tip: ANETTA & JONY