To be/to have/auxiliary verbs recap

English class Grammar recap
To be
To have
Auxiliary verbs
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English class Grammar recap
To be
To have
Auxiliary verbs

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To be
What do we remember about the verb to be?

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Hoe vervoeg je het werkwoord 'to be' voor de volgende persoonlijk vnw.?
I ...
he/she/it ...
we ...

Slide 4 - Open question

What is the right PAST SIMPLE of to be for 'you'?

Slide 5 - Quiz

Create a question with the verb 'to be'.

Slide 6 - Open question

To have
What do we remember about the verb to have?

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Which sentence(s) with the verb 'to have' is/are correct?
I has got a car.
He have a brother.
We have two cats at home.
She has blue eyes.

Slide 8 - Quiz

Create a sentence with a form of 'to have' in it IN THE PAST SIMPLE.

Slide 9 - Open question

Which question(s) is/are correct for the verb 'have' / 'have got'
Have you got a sister?
Have you a sister?
Do you have a sister?
Is you a sister having?

Slide 10 - Quiz

Auxiliary verbs = hulpwerkwoorden
Why do we use auxiliary verbs? Sometimes main verbs need a little help.
  • Main verbs: present simple and past simple
  • Auxiliary verbs: in all other tenses, in questions and in negations

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Auxiliary verbs

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Questions with to be/to have
Questions with to be: Swap subject and verbs
  • He is very nice.
  • They are next door.
  • I am late again.

Is he very nice?
Are they next door?
Am I late again?

Questions with to have: Have got OR have
Have got:
  • She has got a car.
  • They have got a brother.
  • I have a lot of time.
  • She has a house in London.

Has she got a car?
Have they got a brother?

Do I need a lot of time?
Does she have a house in London?

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Questions with auxiliary verbs + question tags
Questions with auxiliary verbs : Before the subject: aux. verb – subject – main verb
  • Do you like French food?
  • Will you call me later?
  • Has she left before you arrived?

Question tags: 'niet waar?' / 'toch?' = Turning a statement into a question
  • She is busy, isn’t she?
  • I am too short, aren’t I?
  • You don’t speak English, do you?

Main clause negative? Question tag positive.
Main clause positive? Question tag negative.

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Was there something
you forgot about?

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Studiemeter, Elementary Englis:

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Done with the Studiemeter assignments? Do the assignment in Teams. Read the instruction and hand in when done.

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