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[Extra practice blue label unit 6]

TWI – APRIL 2011




  1. Present perfect vs. Past simple: choose the correct sentence and explain why that one is correct.




  1. He worked hard yesterday.

He has worked hard yesterday.


  1. I haven't seen Michael for 3 days.

I didn't see Michael for 3 days.


  1. He has written a letter to his girlfriend last week.

He wrote a letter to his girlfriend last week.


  1. He has lived in Amsterdam for 2 years and he still likes it there.

He lived in Amsterdam for 2 years and he still likes it there.


  1. I knew her since 1960 and we still see each other every week.

I have known her since 1960 and we still see each other every week.


  1. He has played football for 5 years but nowadays he plays hockey.

He played football for 5 years but nowadays he plays hockey.



  1. Gerund

Fill in a form of like / hate / stop / start, followed by the correct form of the following verbs: drive / swim / make / write / throw / cross.

The verbs are not in the correct order!
1 Could you ... that noise now? I can’t work!

2 When my little brothers are angry they always ... things at me.

3 When the light is green you can ... the road.

4 I ... , because my hair gets all wet.

5 My parents ... very fast, but I think they should drive more slowly.

6 Dad ... letters. He usually sends e-mails because he thinks it is easier and faster.



C Fill in

Fill in the correct form of the verbs. Use: present perfect , past simple, past continuous, present continuous, present simple


1 Martha ... (lie) in bed yesterday, when her husband …. ( to come)home.

2 I’m sorry, I can’t go out now. I ... ( eat) my dinner .

3 Last week our teacher ... (teach) us a wonderful song.

4 ... they ... (tell) you the answer yet?

5 ... his parents ... (buy) a new car two weeks ago?

6 Stephen ... (not visit) his aunt and uncle in Australia since 1990.

7 We ... (live) in this house for fifteen years now.

8 They ... (not phone) the doctor yet, but they’d better do that very quickly.

9 They ….(not come) to Liverpool with us next week

10 Where’s mum? Oh, she is in the kitchen, she …..just (do) the washing-up


D Fill in

Complete the sentences.

1 Your friend ... (zal misschien wel) do it for you if you ask him nicely.

2 Your brother ... (mag niet) drive a car. He is only sixteen.

3 You ... (moet eigenlijk) tell your friend that he is wrong.

4 We ... (kunnen niet) leave the dog here.

5 I ... (moet) go to the shops now before they close.
E Fill in

Use: plurals


1 Don’t you think ... (schapen) are stupid animals?

2 My mother is scared of ... (muizen).

3 My ... (voeten) hurt because I have walked ten miles.

4 Henry VIII had six ... (vrouwen) and he killed some of them.

5 My brother always puts too much salt on his ... (aardappelen).

6 We don’t like ... (pestkoppen) at all!


Answer Key
A.

1. He worked hard yesterday.



Er staat een duidelijke bepaling van tijd in de zin.
2. I haven’t seen Michael for three days.

Dat je Michael al drie dagen niet gezien hebt is de belangrijke factor in deze zin.
3. He wrote a letter to his girlfriend last week.

Er staat een duidelijke bepaling van tijd in de zin.
4. He has lived in Amsterdam for 2 years and he still likes it.

Hij ging er 2 jaar geleden wonen en hij woont er nog steeds. Wanneer je past simple zou gebruiken verandert de betekenis van de zin. Dan zou het betekenen dat hij er nu niet meer woont, wat niet het geval is, want ‘he still likes it’.
5. I have known her since 1960 and we still see each other every week.

Net als zin 4: het begon in 1960 en is nu nog steeds van toepassing.
6. He played football for five years but nowadays he plays hockey.

Het voetballen ligt in het verleden, is afgerond. Dan gebruiken we past simple.
B.


  1. Stop making

  2. Start throwing

  3. Start crossing

  4. Hate swimming

  5. Like driving

  6. Stopped writing


C.
1. was lying / came

2. am eating

3. taught

4. have…told

5. did … buy

6. has not visited

7. have lived

8. haven’t phoned

9. not coming

10. is doing


D.

1. might


2. can’t

3. should

4. can’t

5. must
E.

1. sheep

2. mice


3. feet

4. wives


5. potatoes

6. bullies

  • Gerund Fill in a form of like / hate / stop / start
  • Answer Key A.
  • Er staat een duidelijke bepaling van tijd in de zin.
  • Net als zin 4: het begon in 1960 en is nu nog steeds van toepassing.

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