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Present tenses

Simple Present, Present Continuous and Present Perfect

Elisabeth de Boer

on 2 March 2013

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Transcript of Present tenses

Present Simple: spelling. SHIT rule: She/He/It +s Present Simple Iets gebeurt altijd
gebeurt nooit
gebeurt regelmatig
is een feit Present Simple

Present Continuous

Present Perfect Present Continuous Iets is bezig / aan de gang & nog niet afgelopen.
Je bent er nog midden in. Present continuous: spelling. to be + ing
I am learning
you are reading
he/she/it is listening
we are walking
you are saving
they are watching Present Perfect Iets is gebeurd, niet duidelijk wanneer.

Na 'for' Na 'since'

Als je antwoord kan geven op: hoelang? Tegenwoordige tijd. Present Tense We always walk to school I never save any money I look
You make
She swims
He plays
It happens
We read
You clean
They walk +es She/he/it does
goes Na een sis-klank She/he/it watches
She/he/it washes
She/he/it kisses Water boils at 100 degrees. He is swimming She is calling her friend I am reading
a very
good book LET OP!! shop -> shopping
1 klinker aan het eind, met nadruk

play -> playing
2 klinkers write -> writing
stomme -e valt weg lie -> lying
-ie wordt een -y She has lived in this house for 5 years. He has moved to this house recently. We have built this house together. We have rented this house since August Present Perfect: spelling have/has + voltooid deelwoord he, she, it has lived
I, we, you, they have worked let op! gebruik de onregelmatige
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