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Your turn!

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Sharon Koke

on 15 January 2016

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Transcript of Your turn!

Vragen en ontkenningen
In stapjes
Stap 1:
Zit er een vorm van 'to be' in?
(am, are of is)

Stap 2
Zit het hulperkwoord 'can' in de zin?
Stap 3
Bij alle andere werkwoorden
kiezen uit:

Do of don't -> bij
We like playing monopoly.
Do we like playing monopoly?
We don't like playing monopoly.

Does of doesn't -> bij
Alfred sits by the door.
Does Alfred sit by the door?
Alfred doesn't sit by the door.

Your turn!
She is my best friend.
Eric is very tall.
I can cook very well.
He loves playing games.
Lisa lives in Spain.
My brothers like sports.
Vragen en ontkenningen maken
I am fifteen years old.
Am I fifteen years old?
I am not fifteen years old.

She can sing very well.
Can she sing very well?
She cannot sing very well.

He likes football.
Does he like football?
He doesn't like football.

My sisters watch tv.
Do my sisters watch tv?
My sisters don't watch tv.
Plaats vorm 'to be'
vooraan voor een vraag:
He is playing games.
Is he playing games?

Plaats 'not' achter de vorm 'to be':
He is playing games.
He is not playing games.
Volgende stap!
Plaats het hulpwerkwoord 'can' vooraan:
She can help you.
Can she help you?

Plaats 'not' achter 'can':
She can help you.
She cannot help you.
Volgende stap!
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