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Unit 4 - Lesson 2 - Question tags

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Unit 4 - lesson 2
Today it's about...
question tags, isn't it?

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You know how to use question tags.
You know how to use words concerning sports.

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Plan
  • Explanation question tags
  • Quiz questions tags
  • Do exercise 5 and 6 and 10 in class

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You first need to know...
What's a tag?

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timer
1:00
Translate:
Isn't? & Aren't you?

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Tag questions
positive sentence = negative tag



negative sentence = positive tag

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Tag questions
positive sentence = negative tag

He is the youngest, isn't he?

negative sentence = positive tag

She isn't happy, is she?

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Korte vragen (tag questions)
Tag questions komen aan het einde  van een zin te staan. 
Je gebruikt de tags om iemands mening  te vragen of 
om een bevestiging  te vragen.

Bijvoorbeeld:
She is very nice, isn't she?
Zij is erg aardig, toch?


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1. Herhaal de vorm van 'to be' (am/are/is)  
Is de zin positief (+), dan wordt de tag question negatief (-)     
Is de zin negatief (-), dan wordt de tag question positief (+)    (+) Lisa  is late for school, isn't  she?  (-) 
       (-)  Lisa  isn't  late for school, is  she? (+)
       (+) We  are  late for school, aren't  we? (-) 
       (-) They  aren't  late for school, are  they? (+)

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meer voorbeeldzinnen met 'to be'
(+)  You are  often chilling with your friends, aren't  you? (-)

(-) My friends and I  aren't  doing our homework, are we? (+) 

(+) Your grandmother  is  very sweet, isn't she? (-)




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Let op!
Er is één uitzondering:
I AM always happy, AREN'T I?
AMN'T BESTAAT NIET!

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2 Herhaal ook de vorm van can en have got /has got
(+)  Peter  can  swim,  can't  he? (-)

(-)  Lisa  can't  do the test, can  she? (+)

(-) Emma  hasn't  got  blue eyes,  has  she? (+)

(+) We  have  got  a test  this week,  haven't  we? (-)





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3 Als er géén am, are, iscan & have got/has got in de zin staat, dan gebruik je do of does 
They   hate  maths, don't  they?
Lisa   loves  pizza, doesn't  she?
You   know   himdon't   you?
You  have  a problemdon't  you?
They  don't  like maths, do they?
Lisa  doesn't  like pizza, does she?

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It isn't the same as European football, ..... ......?

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There are big differences between the two games, ..... .....?

Slide 22 - Open vraag

You don't play Canadian football, ... ...?

Slide 23 - Open vraag

Ice hockey is a popular sport in Canada, .... ....?

Slide 24 - Open vraag

Your Canadian friend John doesn't call it ice hockey, ..... .....?

Slide 25 - Open vraag

Canadians just call it hockey, ..... ..... ?

Slide 26 - Open vraag

Field hockey and hockey aren't the same sport, ..... .....?

Slide 27 - Open vraag

I'm a good field hockey player, .... ....?

Slide 28 - Open vraag

Let's do exercise 6 (page 140)
in class (=klassikaal)

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You studied Studybox - lesson 2 (= your homework for today)
Do exercise 10 (page 141) and check whether you know the description of the words.

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timer
2:00

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I understand and know how to use the question tags
😒🙁😐🙂😃

Slide 33 - Poll

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Practice makes perfect

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Slide 36 - Link

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Slide 38 - Video

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Homework
DO Test Jezelf 4.2

STUDY Grammar - 
Tag questions - page 167

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Have a nice day, eh :-)

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