Michael Owen don’t / doesn’t play football in Holland.
Tigers don’t / doesn’t swim in the sea.
I don’t / doesn’t like heavy metal music.
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Je ziet hier een e-mail van Jennifer aan haar Engelse penvriendin Mindy. Jennifer mailt Mindy voor de eerste keer en vertelt en vraagt haar een aantal dingen. Streep door wat fout is.
How are you? My name is Jennifer Dekker and I’m 13 years old. I live in the Netherlands, in Hoofddorp. Hoofddorp isn’t / aren’t very far from Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. There are many people in Hoofddorp, but there isn’t / aren’t as many as in Amsterdam. Do you live / You live in a big city? I live here with my parents and my brother Tom. Most of the time we get along, but sometimes I can’t / can stand him. Do you have / Have you a brother?  Do he drive / Does he drive you crazy too sometimes? I’m writing this email during our English class, because we have to write an email to a student in England. I like my English lessons very much, but I don’t like / like not maths. Nobody in my class likes maths. I don’t have got / haven’t got many hobbies. I like tennis and horseriding. The boys in my class think horseriding is stupid. They don’t like / doesn’t like it one bit. Do you have / You have a lot of hobbies? Are you / You are into horseriding, too? Well, that’s all. I can / can’t think of anything more to write. I hope you will write back soon. Can you / Can’t you tell me something about yourself and your family?
Maak de zinnen ontkennend. Gebruik cannot of can’t.
I can speak English very well.
I can call you tomorrow night.
They can play the piano.
She can walk on her hands.
My father can help me with my homework.
We can tell great jokes.
I can hear you.
We can go to the cinema tonight.
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Give the answers
Maak de volgende zinnen ontkennend.
Peter is at home.
We are glad to see you.
A bat can fly.
I can come to school tomorrow.
They can help you.
Wolves live in houses.
Shirley likes apples very much.
The teacher reads a book.
My uncle eats a lot of fish.
Snakes have very sharp teeth.
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Maak ontkenningen van de werkwoorden tussen haakjes.
My uncle lives in Africa. My uncle __________ (want) to live in the Netherlands. He says it’s too cold here. That’s why he lives in Africa. But in Africa you have big spiders. My uncle __________ (be) afraid of spiders. I think they are creepy. He says spiders __________ (be) scary animals. He __________ (hate) them. We __________ (kill) spiders, he says. We just put them in our garden. We __________ (want) big spiders in our house, because when it’s dark they look for warm places and you __________ (can) see them. My uncle likes spiders, but it __________ (be) fun to have a big spider in your bed.
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Lees onderstaand krantenbericht en vul de juiste vorm van het werkwoord in.
De zinsdelen die je in moet vullen, moeten ontkennend zijn. Kijk naar het voorbeeld in de titel.
Pets and their owners together at one table? That can’t be true.
A new restaurant in China allows its customers to eat at the same table as their pets.
The menu consists of meals for pets but also drinks and snacks for their owners. It __________ (be) only just for cats and dogs, but pet owners also bring along rabbits, birds and other animals. One customer, Chen Shiyuan, said: ‘My pet __________ (like) food from the supermarket that much, so I take my pet to this restaurant every now and then. She can make friends and enjoy food especially made for her here.’ However, critics __________ (think) the restaurant is very hygienic. They say you __________ (put) animals and people at one table to enjoy a meal together. That is not very hygienic. Gu Zhenhua, director of the Shanghai Food Administration Bureau, said: ‘There __________ (be) a law that forbids pets from eating with their owners. But I __________ (feel) it’s appropriate for owners and their pets to eat at the same table in public.’ Liu Xiaomei, manager of the club, said: ‘Public health is certainly a big concern for us. We disinfect our dishes three times every day. And all the members are asked to show a health certificate for their pets before entering the club.’
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Maak vragen en ontkenningen met to have (got). < Do you know that I’ve got a new PlayStation game?
> No! Cool! Which one?
< ‘007’. __________ any new games?
> No, I __________ . I’ve got a GameBoy but I __________ a PlayStation.
< So which games __________ ?
> Well, Super Mario, of course. Let me see…I think I’ve got nine games.
< Nine games? But you __________ a ‘007’?
> No, it’s not a GameBoy game.
< I see. Look, come home with me and we can play ‘007’.
> Oh, I’m sorry. I __________ time now. Maybe tomorrow.
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Complete the sentences
You receive an email from Rick in which he answers your questions. Fill in the missing words, using negations.
Thanks for your email. My holiday was a big disaster. It all started at the airport. My uncle (vb)wasn' t at the airport to pick us up. He thought we would arrive the next day. It rained the whole week, so I __________ go surfing. It was too dangerous. My father __________ fishing and my sister __________ swim, because that was too dangerous, too. My father was grumpy all week long. Luckily, my mother __________ to work all week long. She had left her laptop outside in the rain on the day we arrived and now it’s out of order. She __________ mind it too much, because now she had some time to spend with her family. We went on a tour by bus to Barcelona and that was great. We would visit the Barcelona football stadium at the end of the tour, but we got stuck in the traffic in the city centre. There was not enough time left to visit the stadium. Can you believe that? I’ve been to Barcelona, but I __________ visit the football stadium. What a bummer!