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English class

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About the test
recap grammar

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Deze periode= veel zelfstandig
Hoe was dit?

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The future tenses
  • Present simple = things that happen regularly (so in the past, present and future)
  • The bus leaves at 8am

  • Present continuous= things that are hapening now (or around now). Future: when you are 95% sure it is happening
  • I am having a party this Saturday

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Future tenses
  • Will: spontaneous decisions, to make predictions based on thoughts and opinions & weather forecast.
  • That's sounds like a good idea, I'll do that. - She won't (will not) do that, that's not like her. - Tomorrow it will be a sunny day

  • To be going to: When you've already decided that you are going to do something & predictions based on 'evidence' or 'experience'.
  • I am going to do nothing this weekend - This is going to be difficult.

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1. 'I forgot my wallet!', "Don't worry, I ______ you some money." (to lend)
2. I can't hang out for too long tomorrow, my training ______ at 14pm (to start)

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1. You don't like this movie? We ______ something else then. (to watch)
2. He ______ the kitchen tomorrow. (to clean)

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1. They have been saving up money for their travels. As soon as they have enough money they _______ to Asia. (to travel)
2. I think they ______ it. (to enjoy)

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Als ik dit doe dan gebeurt dat (of v.t.)
'if'zin + hoofdzin (of andersom)

When talking about absolute things: present simple
'If you add chili peppers to your food, the food gets spicier.'

When talking about actions in the future that are likely to happen: present simple + will
If you don't hurry, you will miss the train

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When talking about unreal future events, things that might happen: past simple + would (plus verb)
If he went home, they would throw him a party.

When talking about a unreal situation in the past to change the current result we use: past perfect + would- present perfect
If you had eaten more vegetables, you would have felt better.

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If they ______ harder, they _____ the test.
(to study - to pass)

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If she _____ us lots of candy, I ______ nauseous. (to give - to get)

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make a conditional sentence of your own.

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Wish/ if only
Both: I wish something was different

Er zit geen verschil in het gebruik van de woorden opzich. Je gebruikt ze beide in 2 verschillende tijden:

Om aan te geven dat je iets van nu of in de toekomst wilt veranderen
Om aan te geven dat je spijt hebt van iets van vroeger

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nu, toekomst of vroeger
Now or future (you do use the past simple)
I wish we left some stuff here so we don't have to carry it.

past (past perfect: had +verb)
We didn't make it to the finish. I wish we had left the stuff.

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Ik wou dat ik een groter huis had.

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Als de trein maar op tijd was geweest, dan had ik het niet gemist.

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it’s time, I’d rather/ sooner - prefer
it's time you went home - it's time to get some work done

Vanuit jezelf/ over jezelf:
I'd sooner go to the shop - I'd prefer to listen instead of speak.

Over iemand/ naar iemand:
I'd rather you go home - I'd prefer it if you say it out loud.

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Rewrite/ correct the sentence:
I'd rather you to go away

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It's time getting food.

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Practise for the test
Ask your questions

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