Presentation on theme: "Revision tenses. Present Simple > gewoonte, permanente situatie I swim every day. You go to school at 8 a.m. We always work hard. You wash the car on."— Presentation transcript:
Present Simple > gewoonte, permanente situatie I swim every day. You go to school at 8 a.m. We always work hard. You wash the car on Friday. They come from Italy. I don't swim. You don't go. Do we work? Do you wash? Do they come? He works. She washes. It swims. He doesn't work. She doesn't wash. It doesn't swim. Does he work? Does she wash? Does it swim?
Present Continuous > gebeurt nu (of toekomst) I am swimming now. You are going tomorrow. He is studying at the moment. She is sitting down. It is running away. We are working hard. You are washing the car. They are coming from Italy (reis). I 'm not swimming now. You aren't going to school. He isn't studying at the moment. She isn't sitting down. Is it running away? Are we working hard? Are you washing the car? Are they coming from Italy?
Past Simple > gebeurde in het verleden I swam every day. You went to school at 8 a.m. He worked last Saturday. She washed the car. It ran away. We worked hard. You washed the car on Friday. They came from Italy. I didn't swim. You didn't go to school at 8 a.m. He didn't work last Saturday. She didn't wash the car. Did it run? Did we work hard? Did you wash the car on Friday? Did they come from Italy?
Past Continuous > bezig met gebeuren in het verleden I was swimming, when … You were going to school. He was studying and … While she was sitting down... It was running away. While we were working hard... You were washing the car. They were coming from Italy (reis), I wasn't swimming, when... You weren't going to school. He wasn't studying and … She wasn't sitting down, while … Was it running away? Were we working hard, while …? Were you washing the car? Were they coming from Italy?
Present Perfect Simple > gebeurde in het verleden en heeft nu resultaten (VD) I have swum every day. You have gone to school at 8 a.m. We have always worked hard. You have washed the car on Friday. They have come from Italy. I haven't swum. You haven't gone. Have we worked? Have you washed? Have they come? He has worked. She has washed. It has swum. He hasn't worked. She hasn't washed It hasn't swum. Has he worked? Has she washed? Has it swum?
Future with ‘going to’ > gebruikt bij voornemens > gebruikt bij voorspellingen i.v.m. de nabije toekomst I’m going to lose weight. We aren’t going to take the car. Are you going to buy a new bike? Look at the clouds, it’s going to rain. Look at his face, he’s going to get angry.
Future with ‘will/won’t’ > gebruikt bij voorspellingen, beloften, bedreigingen, beslissingen. > gebruikt bij meningen na bv ‘sure, think, know, hope’ He won’t be late. (prediction) I’ll be back soon! (promise) You’ll be sorry! (threat) OK, we’ll leave in the afternoon … (decision) I’m sure he won’t come. (opinion) I think she will be there. (opinion) I know this won’t fit. (opinion) I hope she won’t cook. (opinion)
Future with Present Continuous > gebruikt bij vaststaande afspraken (meestal met tijdsaanduiding). I’m seeing Jim tomorrow. They aren’t coming next week. I’m going to Switserland next summer!