(a)invuloefening alle tijden
Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.
De antwoorden zijn te vinden door met de muis onder de regels te gaan staan
- I often (take) the 9 o'clock train to London.
- This morning I (get) up very early.
Tomorrow I (get) up early as well
I( not usually get) up so early.
got* 'll get* don't ususally get
- We (live) here since 1996
- I (not see) George lately.
- Up till now he (never lend) me anything.
has never lent
- (fly you) ever to England?
Have you ever flown
- She (stay) at this hotel last month.
- She (just leave)
has just left
- I (think) it (rain) in a few minutes
think; is going to rain (will rain)
- Where's John? He (read) a book in his room.
- Her grandmother (sometimes smoke) big cigars.
- We (go) on holiday to Spain next year.
'll go/are going
- He (be) in prison since 1997.
- She (not earn) a lot of money so far.
- If you (run) to the ruins, I (look) after your rucksacks.
run , 'll look
- In 1963 Stalin ... dead for 10 years.
- In the hot summer of 1995 we only ... shorts, and ... in the open air.
- I (already do ) my homework.
have already done
- Yesterday he ( teach) his fat grandmother how to swim.
- (burn you) those old papers yet?
Have you burnt
- What (you buy) last week?
did you buy
- Since when (you know) Mr Lazybones?
have you known
- Where (go they) on holiday last summer?
did they go
- She always (lose) her umbrella
- Two sheep have escaped: somebody must (leave) the gate open
- Yesterday she (have) her breakfast when the postman (knock) on the door
was having; knocked
- Tom (eat) two apples, didn't he?
- He (be) in hospital three times till now.
- Up till now you (never have) lunch with me
have never had
- They (not come) to Liverpool with us next week
won't come, aren't coming
- (she do) the washing up yet?
has she done
- There aren't any biscuits left. (you eat) them all?
Have you eaten
- You (study) all afternoon; why (not have) a break now?
you have been studying, don't you have
- (you ever hear) such nonsense?
have you ever heard
- She (arrive) at 6:00 tomorrow morning. (Think of five ways)
She will arrive at 6:00. / She arrives at 6:00. / She is arriving at 6:00. / She will be arriving at 6:00. / She is going to arrive at 6:00.
Put the verbs into the future tense. (use: will)