Presentation on theme: "QUESTIONS. Present tense: He drinks a lot of Coke. I drive an expensive car. They are visitors from England. Does he drink a lot of Coke? He can ride."— Presentation transcript:
Present tense: He drinks a lot of Coke. I drive an expensive car. They are visitors from England. Does he drink a lot of Coke? He can ride a bike. Questions Do you drive an expensive car? Are they visitors from England? John is eating a hamburger Can he ride a bike? Is John eating a hamburger? You must leave now.Must I leave now?
Past tense: He drank a lot of milk. I drove an expensive car. They were visitors from England. Did he drink a lot of milk? He could swim very fast. Questions Did you drive an expensive car? Were they visitors from England? John was eating a hamburger. Could he swim very fast? Was John eating a hamburger? You had to go. Did I have to go?
Questions with the verb have Does he have a dog and a cat? Did he have a lot of money? woordvolgorde veranderen He had a lot of money. He has a dog and a cat. have - bezit have – voltooide tijd Use: do – does - did He has forgotten his books. I have seen the film. Have you seen the film?. Has he forgotten his books? They had noticed his absence.Had they noticed his absence?.
Wh-questions where who whatwat wie reden – Why did you do that? tijdstip – When will you arrive? persoon – Who is that strange person? plaats – Where do you live? waar whenwanneer why which how hoe welke waarom ding – What do you want? op welke manier – How can I win the game? keuze – Which colour do you like?
Wh-questions The film starts at nine o’clock. He lives in Almkerk. I am reading a book. He prefers the red car. I want to go because it is cold. I don’t know that girl. He is ten years old. Where does he live? When does the film start? What are you reading? Why do you want to go? Which car does he prefer? Who is that girl? How old is he?
Short answers Can you help me? Do you like bananas? Must he stay? Are you a nice person? Have you eaten all the peas? Does she often help you?Yes, she does. Yes, I have. Yes, I am. Yes, he must. Yes, I do. Yes, I can. No, I cannot. No, I don’t. No, he mustn’t. No, I am not. No, I haven’t. No, she doesn’t.