How do you usually go to school? I usually go by bike but today I am going by bus



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OEFENING 2 PRESENT SIMPLE PRESENT CONTINUOUS

  1. How do you usually go to school? I usually go by bike but today I am going by bus.

  2. Do you belong to a local tennis club? Yes I do. How often do you train? I train every day.

  3. I always buy raffle tickets but I never win anything.

  4. Do you like this bracelet. I am giving it to my daughter for her birthday next week.

  5. Do you always draw with your left hand?

  6. Does he love her? No, he likes her very much but he doesn’t love her.

  7. I always sleep well but if I eat too much supper I often have nightmares.

  8. 8. Parents are never satisfied; they always complain/they are always complaining (=irritatie)

  9. We are sitting in the garden today because the living-room is being decorated.

  10. He always says that he will mow the lawn but he never does it.

  11. Do you know why a stone falls down and not up?

  12. She is having a long conversation with her mother. I wonder what they are discussing.

Oefening 4: Simple present present continuous

  1. Susan is always nagging about something/ She always nags

  2. I usually stay home on Fridays, but tonight we are going to a birthday party.

  3. What are you looking at

  4. Do you know where he lives. He is currently living with his parents, because he hasn’t found another room yet.

  5. Is Sharon not there yet? She usually comes by the eight o’clock bus.

  6. Do you know the film ‘Out of Africa’ The story is about a woman who loses everything she has.

  7. I don’t know where he works

  8. Where is Peter/ He is doing his homework .

  9. I don’t see the problem, to be honest.

  10. I’m thinking about finding another job.

  11. I haven’t seen her

  12. in months. She is writing a new book, I think she is writing a new book.

  13. I don’t really like her. She is always bragging about her parents’ money. She always brags about the money of her parents.

Oefening 6: Simple past/past continuous

  1. A lot of people were driving (alleen toe)

  2. When I heard (na when past simple) the doorbell ring, I went to the window and looked out, but I didn’t recognize nick at first because he was wearing a hat.

  3. The thief was opening the drawers when all of a sudden he heard a key in the door. He immediately turned off his torch and hid under the bed.

  4. Whenever the man began drilling, the people in the flat upstairs banged

  5. While Jack was learning to drive he had lots of accidents

  6. The exam had just finished and the students handed in their papers

  7. He was playing with his gun when he dropped it and shot himself

  8. When he first met her she was working in a garage

  9. When I last saw her she was running along the road looking for a taxi. I asked her where she was going and she muttered ‘Oxford’ but I don’t think she told the truth because she didn’t have any luggage.

  10. His mother often told him that he spent too much money on her, but he never took any notice

  11. Why did you disturb me just now. I was having a very interesting discussion

  12. As he was climbing the ladder, it wobbled suddenly and he fell backwards on to the path.

Oefening 9: Simple past present perfect

  1. Did you bolt the garage before you left

  2. They have lived in Holland for five years and then they moved to Belgium

  3. I rang you last night but nobody answered

  4. How long has that restaurant been there

  5. Did you see the news last night

  6. Where did you go on holiday last year? I went to the south of France. Wasn’t it very hot there? No, it rained nearly every day.

  7. You can’t go until you have finished your homework

  8. I have lost my red shoes. Have you seen them anywhere. No, I’m afraid not. When did you last wear them? I wore them to that party last weekend.

  9. My watch is slow. It isn’t just slow, it has stopped.

  10. Van Gogh painted quite a lot of his paintings in France.

  11. He came back ten minutes ago

  12. Have you had lunch yet. No I haven’t had it yet.

oefening 10: Simple past present perfect

  1. We haven’t known each other that long yet.

  2. Did you go to work on Monday?

  3. They sold their house when they emigrated to Canada

  4. They have JUST left!

  5. How long have you had this bike?

  6. He has lived here for six years. We visited him last summer.

  7. I have finally read your book. I think it’s very interesting.

  8. Have you ever been to Portugal?

  9. I have met her in the disco

  10. Where did you buy that jacket? / Where have you bought that jacket?

  11. Have you been here a long time? We’ve been here for one and a half hour!

  12. I read this book when I was in hospital.

oefening 13- Present perfect for & since

  1. We’ve been shopping FOR two hours (we zijn al 2 uur aan het winkelen)

  2. They’ve known that FOR a long time

  3. I’ve been at home FOR a long time (ik ben al een lange tijd thuis geweest)

  4. I’ve been living here FOR a month

  5. I haven’t seen him SINCE our argument (ik heb hem niet gezien sinds onze ruzie)

  6. My diet has lasted for weeks

  7. The world has changed since I was a boy (De wereld is veranderd sinds ik een jongen was)

  8. That dog has been barking SINCE six o’clock

  9. The potatoes have been boiling FOR twenty minutes. (de aardappels hebben al 20 minuten lang gekookt)

  10. The rubbish hasn’t been collected SINCE the strike began

  11. She’s been trying to contact him FOR two days. (ze heeft hem al 2 dagen lang geprobeerd te bereiken )

  12. They have been happy ever SINCE they got engaged.

  13. I’ve been at home SINCE four o’clock. (ik ben alsinds 4 uur thuis)

  14. She’s been sitting there FOR half an hour

  15. That building has been here FOR 350 years. (Dat gebouw heeft hier al 350 jaar gestaan)

  16. They have been hiding SINCE November

  17. Nobody has heard from him SINCE last year (Niemand heeft van hem gehoord sinds afgelopen jaar)

  18. I have looked after him FOR several years

  19. He has been doing his homework FOR half an hour (Hij heeft zijn huiswerk zitten maken voor 1,5 uur)

  20. They’ve been going on holiday to France since 1970.

Oefening 14: Simple past, past perfect

  1. After the policeman had viewed the boy, he rang his mother.

  2. It was now 11 p.m. and Jack was worried for 2 hours because he didn’t know where his daughter had been.

  3. The couple had had an argument before they arrived at the reception.

  4. A man arrived at the vet with a dog, who, he said, just had swallowed a ping-pong ball

  5. She handed me back the video, thanked me for letting her borrow it and said that she had enjoyed it very much; however, I knew that she hadn’t watched it because the plastic wrapping was still in place.

  6. He was thirsty because he had had nothing to drink since leaving home.

  7. He stared at her, wondering if she recognized him too. It had been a long time.

  8. After he had taken his son to the station, he went to the office as he didn’t have to be at the airport until 11.00

  9. He felt in his pockets for his cigarettes, although his wife hated him smoking, but he didn’t find them. Then he searched the car but still found no cigarettes. He wondered where they were. Perhaps he didn’t buy any this weekend or perhaps his wife had hid them. Then he remembered where he had left them; he put them into a drawer to stop the baby finding them.

  10. She arrived in Ireland in the middle of September. She was told that Ireland was wet and foggy in the autumn, so she was quite surprised to find that the sun was shining. She asked a passer-by where she could find a post office and he pointed to the corner but said that it had closed at 15.00. If you needed a post office, he said, you arrived too late. However, he told her that she could walk to Dublin where they stayed open until 18.00. He said that he thought she looked tired and offered to give her a lift. She declined. She had never accepted a lift from a stranger and wasn’t about to start it now.

Oefening 16 - simple past past perfect

  1. I didn’t know at that moment that you had waited there for an hour.

  2. She told me that everybody had already left.

  3. A lot of people weren’t aware that an accident had happened.

  4. When you came to this building, I had already worked here for one and a half year.

  5. I saw that she had been crying

  6. It was clear that he hadn’t understood anything from the explanation.

  7. When we finally entered, the show had already been on for twenty minutes.

  8. He said that he hadn’t had a car for a few years.

  9. Before she left, she had said goodbye to everybody.

  10. I realised that someone had come into my room.

  11. They had been searching for the address for an hour when they suddenly saw the White House which Jack had told about.

  12. I told her what had happened, but she claimed that she had known that for days.




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