Arbeitsblatt: Repetition 1 (medium)
Positive: will + infinitive/ ’ll + infinitive
Negative: will not + infinitive/ won’t + infinitive
Questions: Will .... infinitive...?
Positive: am/is/are + going to + infinitive
Negative: am/is/are + not + going to + infinitive
Question: Am/Is/Are .... infinitive ...?
Positive: had + past participle
Negative: had + not + past participle
Question: Had ... past participle ...?
Positive: regular: infinitive + -ed
irregular: simple past forms
Negative: did not + infinitive
Question: Did... infinitive ...?
Positive: have/has + past participle
Negative: have/has not + past participle
Question: Have/Has .... past participle ...?
Positive: infinitive (3rd person: infinitive + -s)
Negative: do/does + not + infinitive
Question: Do/Does ... infinitive ...? (for all verbs excluding forms of to be)
Am/Are/Is ....? (for forms of to be)
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If you want to talk about an event in 2012 (=specific point in time) you need the simple past .
In 2012 my father __________(to visit) my granny.
If you want to talk about something that started in the past, but is still true at present you need the present perfect .
George _____________(to be) in Australia since June.
If you want to talk about an event in the past that happened before another event in the past you need the past perfect .
I went to the police after a thief ______________________(to steal) my rucksack.
If you want to talk about something that happens regularly you need the simple present .
My brother ______________________(get up) every morning at 6 o’clock.
If you talk about future events that you cannot influence you need the will-future .
There _____________________(to be) no sunshine tomorrow.
If you talk about your future plans you need the going to-future.
Example sentence:We _______________________(to dance) at the party tomorrow.
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