MeesterGijs Quiz antwoorden

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MeesterGijs Quiz antwoorden2018-02-13T20:29:23+00:00

Hieronder vind je een alfabetisch overzicht van de antwoorden op alle 48 MeesterGijs quizjes die je bij de bijbehorende grammatica pagina’s kunt maken.

Let op: omdat de vragen bij elke leerling in een wisselende volgorde worden voorgelegd is er niet één juiste volgorde. Zoek bij elk quizje dus even goed naar het antwoord dat je nog niet begreep of waarvan je het goede antwoord wilde weten. Voorbeeld: Jouw vraag 4 kan hier dus antwoord 7 zijn.

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Antwoorden op alle Meester Gijs Quizzen

  1. My car has a new radio.
  2. Rick lives at his mom’s house in the weekends.
  3. Our teacher tries to be funny when he explains grammar to us.
  4. He never passes the ball to a teammate. That’s what we call a ball hog.
  5. Let’s wait for Rob. He is taking some pictures of that church now.
  6. Look! My coach is showing how to dribble the ball and make a lay-up.
  7. We are finishing our homework right now.
  8. I am posting a picture on Instagram at the moment. Give me two more minutes, please.
  9. I laughed so hard after I saw Sam fall off his horse.
  10. You talked to the manager yesterday. What did he say?
  11. We took a bus to town last Friday.
  12. I forgot to lock my car this morning.
  13. Sorry, I was doing the dishes when you called me. That’s why I couldn’t pick up the phone.
  14. Yesterday between 4 and 6 PM we were playing football in front of our house.
  15. She was dancing with a friend when I first met her.
  16. She dropped her phone when I scared her because she wasn’t looking
  1. He hates (hate) to do his homework on Sunday mornings.
  2. Sorry, not now. My brother is sending (send) our uncle an email.
  3. They have occupied (occupy) that region for over 16 years now.
  4. The first time I saw (see) you, you came (come) across as very polite.
  5. Joshua and his wife are having (have) lunch at Paula’s at the moment.
  6. When David saw me, I was throwing (throw) out the trash.
  7. Have you ever seen (you + see + ever) something like this? I know I haven’t.
  8. He has seen (see) his girlfriend twice since Monday.
  9. He wasn’t doing (do + not) anything when the teacher passed (pass) by to take a look.
  10. Yuri often brings (bring + often) his guitar to class.
  11. In 1983 he went (go) to the Maldives twice.
  1. She has called (called) her boyfriend twice since this morning.
  2. He caught (catch) me by surprise yesterday.
  3. What are you doing (do – you) at the moment?
  4. Peter lives (live) in Paris with his two cats.
  5. Right after we had finished (finish) our homework my dad asked (ask) us to come downstairs.
  6. In 2002, we had worked (work) for Philips for over four years already.
  7. Amazing! I have always wanted (want + always) to do that since I was little!
  8. They were singing (sing) a Bon Jovi song when the karaoke machine broke (break) down.
  9. He didn’t help (help + not) her after she had fallen down.
  10. was trying/tried (try) to call my grandmother for over an hour yesterday.
  1. She can sing really well, can’t she?/can she not?
  2. They are cousins, aren’t they?/ are they not?
  3. He shouldn’t stay any longer, should he?
  4. Your mother plays violin, doesn’t she?/does she not?
  5. Mike and his neighbour are watching football, aren’t they?/are they not?
  6. I don’t really need to be part of this, do I?
  7. The teacher can’t tell him what to do, can she?
  8. Peter always dances on tables, doesn’t he?/does he not?
  9. I am doing it wrong, aren’t I?/am I not?
  10. He won’t be there on time, will he?
  1. My neighbour, whose children you just met, is a rapper.
  2. I have a friend whose cat is annoying.
  3. Spaghetti, which many of us enjoy, can be messy.
  4. The world is a much sunnier place for people who/that have a positive attitude.
  5. This is one of the pies (niks invullen; x) my mother baked.
  6. That’s the CD (niks invullen; x) Rick bought for me at the mall.
  7. This is the town (niks invullen; x) I grew up at.
  8. Our teacher, who lives in Zevenaar, has two dogs and a cat.
  9. Blow Out 4, which was Peter David’s first production, is now available on DVD.
  10. The old London Academy, where I saw some amazing performances, is being restored in its original style.
  11. This is that team which/that won last year’s trophy.
  12. Students whose parents are wealthy pay extra.

 

  1. The monitor of my computer is broken. I have to buy a new one.
  2. My brother’s dog is older than my sisters’cats.
  3. That is Eric. He is Peter’s friend.
  4. My parents’ friends / friends’ parents are coming over later tonight.
  5. Will you be there tomorrow to watch tomorrow’s match?
  6. The children’s beds were all painted green to match the walls.
  7. I know the answer. It’s on the tip of my tongue!
  8. Here comes Bart, he is Lisa and Maggie’s brother.
  9. I’m stuck. The door of my car doesn’t open.
  10. Those boys’ bags are hidden under their beds. Don’t tell anybody.
  11. You can’t see that. That’s Alex’s choice.
  12. Welke zin gebruikt de possessive op de juiste manier? A – He’s my niece’s friend. I’ve never seen him before.
  13. Welke zin gebruikt de possessive op de juiste manier? C – Last week’s football match was amazing. I’ve never seen so many goals before.
  14. Welke zin gebruikt de possessive op de juiste manier? A – The countries have agreed on a settlement. This is the countries’ first successful initiative in twenty years.
  1. She always works carefully (careful).
  2. The test was not that difficult. We did it easily (easy).
  3. Have you ever heard her sing? She is amazing (amazing).
  4. Our teacher is always hyperactive. He talks really fast (fast).
  5. Your mother always scares me. She has such a crazy (crazy) laugh.
  6. I’d love to go! That movie seems wonderful (wonderful).
  7. He carefully (careful) tasted (taste = proeven, de lepel naar de mond halen. Is een handeling en geen zintuigelijke werkwoord. Vandaar + ly) the soup his little sister made. It tasted wonderful (wonderful).
  8. I still have pain in my ears from last night. That singer sang loudly (loud)!
  9. He is one of the fastest in the country. He can run fast (fast).
  10. I’m a big fan of that football player. He always plays straight (straight)
  11. Not only does the composition sound great (great), but it is also well (good) written.
  12. The way she responded was awful (awful).
  13. I love his fashion sense. I think he dresses amazingly (amazing).
  14. I had a great massage. It felt fantastic (fantastic).
  15. That is one extremely (extreme) big house you have!
  16. I don’t watch the Lakers anymore. I think they play rather badly (bad).
  1. I never like school.
  2. He is never happy.
  3. My brother is often calling his girlfriend.
  4. He can often help you with maths.
  5. He never played tennis with Lara.
  6. We are frequently in the library for our research.
  7. Does she always talk like that?
  8. We don’t often talk to our coach.
  9. Welke van deze vier is een bijwoord van frequentie? Regularly
  10. Welke van deze vier is géén bijwoord van frequentie? – not long ago
  1. Sir? Could I get a glass of water, please?
  2. She is gone for the weekend. So she can’t help you.
  3. When I was twelve I couldn’t speak English at all. Luckily, now I can.
  4. When I was twelve I couldn’t speak English at all. Luckily, now I can.
  5. Sorry, we can’t come to your party tonight. We have a match early in the morning tomorrow.
  6. My sister can dance really well.
  7. Pinguins can’t fly, but they can swim really fast.
  8. Welke van de twee gebruik je als je beleefd wilt zijn? Could
  9. Welke van de twee gebruik je voor de verleden tijd? Could
  10. Could you tell me where I can find the nearest post office? Thank you.
  1. My dog can swim. He loves it so much!
  2. He really needed some support. So I was happy I was able to help him with his homework.
  3. Pinguins can’t fly, but they can swim really fast.
  4. My sister can dance really well. She won the national championship last month and has qualified for the World Cup next year.
  5. Sir? Could I get a glass of water, please?
  6. She is gone for the weekend. So she isn’t able to help you.
  7. Sorry, we aren’t able to come to your party tonight. We have a match early in the morning
  8. I have my phone with me, but I am not able to answer this call now.
  9. She couldn’t sleep alone until she was nine years old.
  10. Could you pass me the menu, please? Thank you Madam.
  1. My scissors are (Mijn schaar is) on my desk. I can get them for you.
  2. I really like them. Are those (Zijn die) your new jeans (spijkerbroek)?
  3. I recently bought new glasses (bril). They are (Het is) made out of wood.
  4. I love your trousers (broek). Are they (Is ie) new?
  5. I bought new shorts (korte broek) on holiday.
  6. ‘Game of Thrones’ is the coolest tv-series (serie) I’ve ever seen!
  7. Those tweezers are (Die pincet is) dirty. Please clean them (het).
  1. Our bus leaves in fifteen minutes.
  2. Don’t wait for me. My class ends in half an hour. I’ll see you there.
  3. We have to hurry. Our flight departs from Terminal 5. That’s a twenty-minute walk!
  4. That’s convenient. Both our classes starts at 08:30.
  5. I have an hour after school to finish our project. My tennis practice begins at 5 pm.
  6. Grab your bag. Grandmother arrives at the train station in half an hour.
  7. Yes! My favourite show starts immediately after the news.
  8. Everything is taken care of. We are eating out tonight!
  9. We are climbing the Mount Everest next year. I can’t wait.
  10. I am seeing my doctor tomorrow. I have a weird pain in my lower back.
  11. My brother is throwing a party next Saturday. Would you like to come?
  12. My father is rehearsing with his band tonight. You want to come and see them play?
  13. We could go to the cinema. That new Jennifer Lawrence film plays at 8 o’clock.
  14. I am taking my sister to see the penguins at the zoo.
  15. We are driving to my father’s cabin in the woods this weekend.
  1. Isn’t he going to live in India for a year? At least that’s what he told me.
  2. Did you hear what he said? It is going to snow on Christmas Eve!
  3. I have no idea, but I have a feeling that my team will win tomorrow’s match.
  4. Don’t forget to bring a joystick! It is going to be a multiplayer LAN-party.
  5. Wait! I will walk you to the nearest busstop.
  6. That’s a great idea! I will ask Tim and George help me move to my new flat.
  7. Rick told me that he and his brother are going to throw a party with some friends.
  8. I can’t come tonight. I am going to finish my geography project with Lamar.
  9. Did you see how our teacher was looking at Marc? Mr Johnson isn’t going to be happy when he sees him next week.
  10. I’m not sure, but I think she told me that she won’t be/will not be there tonight.
  1. Looking at their team, with all those strong men. I think their rugby team is going to win (win) this match today.
  2. Wow! You fell really hard. Just stay there and I will call (call) an ambulance.
  3. We’ve been waiting for twenty-two minutes now. He will not/won’t return (return + not) today. Let’s go.
  4. Hurry! My French class starts (start) in fifteen minutes. I don’t want to be late again.
  5. My plane doesn’t leave (leave + not) for another 45 minutes so let’s have lunch now.
  6. We will be (be) there on time. I’m sure.
  7. I can’t be there tomorrow. We are going to finish (finish) our project.
  8. Frank told me yesterday that he isn’t going to hand in (hand in + not) his essay tomorrow. He said he had too much work to do.
  9. My estimation is that she will not like (like + not) our solution.
  10. The store opens (open) at 9:00 AM. Let’s make sure we’re the first ones there.
  11. As soon as I finish my exams I am going to live (live) in Spain.
  12. Bring my good luck charm! It will help (help) you better understand the text.
  13. Next week school doesn’t end (end + not) before 3:15 PM on Monday till Thursday. It is going to be (be) a terrible week.
  14. The New York Yankees will have (have) a new franchise player within three to five years. I’m sure.
  15. We are not going to stay (stay + not) at home tonight. I’ve made reservations at a great restaurant in town.
  1. Our safari starts at 9 AM in the morning. So be on time!
  2. This class ends in 10 minutes. Shall we go to the supermarket for some snacks afterwards?
  3. I’ll finish this later. My taxi arrives in 5 minutes and I still need to get dressed.
  4. Sorry, I can’t make it. Our devision has a meeting at 5 PM.
  5. I bet that he will bring an extra joystick so that we can play multiplayer.
  6. I don’t think I’m able to sleep well tonight. I’m guessing our English test will be very difficult
  7. That fortune-teller told my sister she won’t have any children.
  8. Wait! I will hold those while you grab these boxes.
  9. I think I am going to watch a movie tonight.
  10. I am going to go shopping this afternoon or tomorrow. I’m not sure yet.
  11. You better bring a warm jacket. I read that it is going to snow tonight.
  12. Van Gaal told the press that Van Persie is injured. Manchester United are not going to win that match this weekend.
  13. I arranged everything. We leave at 5 PM and are eating out at a secret location. Isn’t that fun?
  14. I am playing tennis with Dennis this afternoon. Do you want to come and watch us play?
  15. I can’t, sorry. My father and I are visiting our old neighbours that same Saturday.
  16. Lara called. She is taking some friends to the movies for her birthday. I said it was okay.
  1. Stop bullying your sister!
  2. Close the door when you leave.
  3. Look over there!
  4. Don’t be late!
  5. Put your coat on a hanger.
  6. Go ahead, make my day!
  7. Always say thank you.
  8. Look at me when I speak to you! / Speak to me when I look at you!
  9. Cross the street.
  10. Turn left at the second traffic light.
  1. He enjoys swimming.
  2. My cousin is afraid of climbing trees.
  3. She is really into riding horse.
  4. Tony fancies skateboarding.
  5. He kept bullying that innocent boy.
  6. It’s no use staying up late if you need to get up early.
  7. You should have seen what happened yesterday! The angry man demanded to see our boss.
  8. My mom is always expecting me to clean the kitchen! Why not my sister?
  9. I have learnt to listen when others speak. I was so rude.
  10. He chose to tell his friends he was gay when he had the confidence and support from his family.
  11. Learning is important!
  12. I recommend walking through the city centre. It’s lovely!

Adviseer je buurman om voor een nieuwe auto bij deze dealer te gaan kijken.
1. “If you need a new car, you should take a look at this car dealer.”

Vertel de jongeren aan de bar dat ze 18 moeten zijn om een biertje te drinken.
2. “Sorry guys. You have to be 18 to drink a beer.”

Zeg dat je vandaag niet in staat bent om op zijn mail te reageren.
3. “Sorry, I am not able to answer your email.”

Zeg dat je heel graag het eerste lesuur vrij wilt.
4. “We would love to have the first hour off.”

Zeg dat je het hele alfabet in het Frans kunt opzeggen.
5. “I can cite the entire French alphabet.”

Zeg dat je de telefoon niet kon opnemen omdat je in de tuin aan het werk was.
6. “I couldn’t pick up the phone because is was working in the garden.”

Zeg dat hij die controller volgende week terug moet hebben.
7. “You must hand back the controller to him next week.”

Zeg dat ze nog wel even mogen blijven.
> Could they stay a little longer, mom?
8. < Yes, they can.

Zeg tegen je klasgenoten dat ze alle oefeningen moeten maken van de docent.
9. “You have to do all the exercises.”

Zeg dat je haar kon zien vanaf de overkant van de straat.
10. “I could see you from across the street.”

Zeg dat hij haar wel wilt helpen.
11. “He would like to help you.”

Zeg dat je zus 3 jaar niet heeft kunnen dansen vanwege een blessure. Nu gelukkig weer wel.
12. “My sister wasn’t able to dance for three years because of an injury. Luckily, now she can.”

  1. If he weren’t such a fan of Jay Z, he wouldn’t buy those expensive tickets.
  2. He would be mad if he knew you stole his lunch money!
  3. I would give up my left foot if he gave me two tickets to see Miami Heat play.
  4. I would call your ex if I were you!
  5. She wouldn’t know you were a former football legend if I didn’t tell her.
  6. The police officer told the press: “If I had the time, we would catch the thief.”
  7. He would buy her flowers if he had a girlfriend.
  8. My brother would send them an invitation if he knew their addresses.
  9. If we didn’t need to go to school, Monday would be my favourite day of the week.
  10. If this movie were shot in 3D, it would cost a lot more money.
  11. If my teacher saw me cheat on his test, he would be devestated.
  12. If my brother and I were the owners of that restaurant, we would change the interior.
  13. I would travel the world if I were 20 again.
  1. Yorrick said he had a friend named Hamlet.
  2. My dad said that he was doing my homework right then.
  3. He said he had been there before.
  4. They said they were brothers.
  5. My teacher said we have had to finish our homework.
  6. Sam explained this was how it worked.
  7. He screamed he would see me the next day.
  8. His class said they’d never seen such a great presentation before.
  9. DR: Marty: “I love football!” IR: Marty said he loved football! JA, goed vervoegd.
  10. DR: Ferry: “I have had my own bar for two years.” – IR: Ferry told me he’d had his own bar for two years then. JA, goed vervoegd.
  11. DR: My father: I am bringing your brother to school.” – IR: My father said that he had brought my brother to school. Nee, niet goed vervoegd.
  12. Welke (mogelijke) onderdelen van een zin in de directe rede moet je aanpassen in een indirecte rede? Onderwerp, bezittelijk voornaamwoord, tijdsaanduider, werkwoorden
  1. It’s half past nine AM. 09:30
  2. 13:00 It’s one o’clock PM.
  3. 06:15 It is a quarter/fifteen minutes past six AM.
  4. It’s two o’clock PM. 14:00
  5. It’s a quarter past six PM. 18:15
  6. It’s twenty (minutes) past ten AM. 10:20
  7. It’s twenty-two to five PM. 16:38
  8. It’s ten to three AM. 2:50 / 02:50
  9. It’s half past eleven AM. 11:30
  10. 20:30 it is half past eight PM.
  11. 06:45 It is fifteen / a quarter to seven AM.
  12. 14:40 It is twenty (minutes) to three PM.
  13. 10:14 It is fourteen (minutes) past ten AM.
  14. 01:45 It’s fifteen (minutes) / a quarter to two AM.
  1. Did you like the movie? (Yes) – Yes, I/we did.
  2. Are they always this funny? (No) – No, they aren’t.
  3. Has she got a brother your age? (Yes) – Yes, she has.
  4. Will he eventually pass his exams? (No) – No, he won’t.
  5. Can you help me with my taxes (=belastingen)? (Yes) – Yes, I can.
  6. Does Paul play for the Dodgers? (No) – No, he doesn’t.
  7. Does your mom do your homework? (Yes) – Yes, she does.
  8. Could you have acted differently? (Yes). – Yes, I could.
  9. Could we stay for dinner? (No). – No, you can’t.
  10. I’m sorry. Am I late for class? (Yes) – Yes, you are.
  1. a bicycle
  2. a pencil
  3. an apple
  4. an elephant
  5. an hour and fifteen minutes
  6. a jacket
  7. a red apple
  8. a unicorn
  9. an MP3
  10. a big white castle
  11. a handsome singer
  12. a hundred
  13. a book
  14. an ostrich
  15. a DVD
  16. a European citizen
  17. Was he the guy who gave you flowers?
  18. We lived in the States for two years.
  19. I think he is a very kind man.
  20. Look! That’s the videogame in bought last week.
  21. The President of the United Nations.
  22. computers
  23. a mobile phone
  24. televisions
  25. friends
  26. an orange
  1. Herman van Rompuy has been President of the European Council since 2009.
  2. I use the phone my mother gave to me.
  3. We rarely play football outside in winter.
  4. The prices of gasoline are still rising.
  5. After he had broken his leg, he immediately went to hospital.
  6. She has a younger brother who lives in Brisbane.
  7. We can’t live on like this. We have to do something about unemployment.
  8. My father is also a teacher of English.
  9. Most boys between the ages of 8 and 15 either play football or videogames.
  10. We had to take Jimmy to a doctor for an X-ray.
  11. In pro cycling a lot of cyclists (=fietsers) have to take a urinetest almost every other day.
  1. I used to play tennis and football. I liked both of them.
  2. I got ill in class today so I went home early.
  3. I finished my homework early today so (that) my father and I could go to the football match.
  4. Because/As/For/Since he is my little brother I have to help him with his school project.
  5. When I grow up I want to be either an engineer or an architect.
  6. I wish I could stay longer but/however/though/even though/although I have test tomorrow morning.
  7. Sorry, not now. However/Though, I do have some time tomorrow.
  8. Although we are close friends, we never go to eachother birthday parties.
  9. I have to start this meeting for I am the head of this committee.
  10. They may have all the blue marbles (= knikkers), however we have all the red ones.
  11. Kanye West and Jay Z are my favourite artists.
  12. I have read the book at home so that I don’t have to read the book in class.
  13. For she was late in class, she had no choice but to stay after school and do some extra work.
  1. apples
  2. boxes
  3. policemen
  4. tooth
  5. DVDs
  6. babies
  7. toys
  8. friends
  9. videos
  10. glasses
  11. properties
  12. workbenches
  13. kisses
  14. children
  15. tomatoes
  16. sheep
  17. mice
  18. days
  19. buses
  20. photos
  21. knives
  22. leaves
  23. toothbrushes
  24. bacteria
  1. He has a lot of / lots of (veel) hobbies.
  2. That energy drink I had didn’t give me much (veel) energy.
  3. There were just a few (een paar) people at the event.
  4. Sorry, I can’t help you. I speak little (weinig) English.
  5. She brought way too much (veel) luggage on holiday. She can’t even carry it!
  6. He’s staying a little (een beetje/wat) longer.
  7. We’ve invited few (weinig) friends to our exclusive party.
  8. Does your teacher give much (veel) advice during class?
  9. I’m sorry. There is little (weinig) I can do.
  10. We had a great ski holiday. There was a lot of / lots of (veel) snow on the mountain tops.
  11. I am worried. He drinks too little (weinig) water during the day.
  12. He is staying at home. Frank has to finish a few (een paar) more exercises for school.
  1. ‘You should help your brother.’ Shouldn’t you help your brother?
  2. ‘He is a famous person from TV.’ Isn’t he a famous person from TV?
  3. ‘They live in the South of Wales.’ Don’t they live in the South of Wales?
  4. ‘She played Bianca in that play.’ Didn’t she play Bianca in that play?
  5. ‘We were in the backyard when it happened.’ Weren’t we in the backyard when it happened?
  6. ‘Sheila has got a date tomorrow.’ Hasn’t Sheila got a date tomorrow?
  7. ‘Yes, her father fixes airplanes.’ Doesn’t her father fix airplanes?
  8. ‘Yes, I work at Wendy’s.’ Don’t you work at Wendy’s?
  9. ‘No, we are not cousins.’ Aren’t you cousins?
  10. ‘Yes, they bought a gift for Hank.’ Didn’t they buy a gift for Hank?
  1. My sister is reading a book. ACTIVE
  2. The show was cancelled. PASSIVE
  3. That new movie was being shown at the Cinemajestic while I was at work. PASSIVE
  4. He has been our friend for as long as I have known him. ACTIVE
  5. She was picked out of a million contestants. PASSIVE
  6. Our teacher is known for his loud screaming during lessons. PASSIVE
  7. Those shoes are designed by Kanye West. PASSIVE
  8. We were walking home when we found a wallet. ACTIVE
  9. Her hair is being done every three to four weeks. PASSIVE
  10. Tony had seen his girlfriend dance before they knew each other. ACTIVE
  11. My dog eats donuts. ACTIVE
  12. Like a wrecking ball was being played in the background when our teacher entered the classroom. PASSIVE
  13. Dinner is served at 8 o’clock tonight. PASSIVE
  14. The police caught the thief red-handed. ACTIVE
  1. We are playing tennis. Tennis is being played.
  2. He draws wonderful pictures at Arts. Wonderful pictures are drawn at Arts.
  3. She did the dishes yesterday. The dishes were done yesterday.
  4. They were playing football when the accident happened. Football was being played when the accident happened. / Football was being played by them when the accident happened.
  5. My mentor has called my mother three times already. My mother has been called three times already.
  6. The maid cleans my room every Thursday. My room is cleaned by the maid every Thursday.
  7. The police had caught the thief before he escaped the scene. The thief had been caught by the police before he escaped the scene.
  8. He is walking home now. Actieve zin
  9. The ball rolled down the hill. Actieve zin
  10. This house was built a few years ago. Passieve zin
  1. You were joking (joke), weren’t you?
  2. was trying (try) to finish my homework, but but I couldn’t. It took me hours!
  3. My brother was driving (drive) to the airport, when his flight got cancelled.
  4. We were playing (play) tennis yesterday from 2 till 6 PM.
  5. My doctor was reading (read) my descriptions when I entered his office.
  6. When she left (leave) home yesterday, I was already working (already + work) at school.
  7. While he was calling (call) a friend he was cleaning (clean) his room at the same time.
  8. We bought (buy) some clothes yesterday.
  9. As we were walking (walk) through the forest, my friend saw (see) a small deer between the trees.
  10. The teacher was using (use) his mobile phone in class when he got (get) a call from the head  master.
  1. We found (find) the explanation he gave yesterday difficult to believe.
  2. Before we went to Betty’s I had called (call) to see if she was at home.
  3. Immediately after the accident had happened (happen) the ambulance arrived.
  4. When the teacher came (come) for help the student next to Thomas had already answered (answer + already) the question for him.
  5. Before we went (go) swimming we had had (had) lunch in the city.
  6. We watched (watch) a movie, ate (eat) pizza and played (play) videogames yesterday.
  7. She had driven (drive) home before she could (can) realize what had happened.
  8. Before the moved to Amsterdam they had lived (lived) in Alkmaar for three years.
  9. Right after the chase yesterday, the policeman had stopped (stop) the car and then asked (ask) for assistance.
  10. De het gebruiken van de Past Perfect is altijd met de verleden tijd van have en een voltooid deelwoord. JA
  1. She did (do) her homework last Friday.
  2. We played (play) tennis this morning. We had a blast! (=We hadden veel plezier!)
  3. When we were in France, we ate (eat) a lot of cheese.
  4. My brother loved (love) to watch Disney movies when he was 5 years old.
  5. Wendy didn’t see James’ foot, so she tripped (trip).
  6. My parents and I travelled (travel) to Marseille in under 8 hours last holiday.
  7. They saw me make a summersault. (=salto) – Did they see me make a summersault?
  8. She was very nice to him. – Was she very nice to him?
  9. Mike went for a walk in the park. – Did Mike go for a walk in the park?
  10. She talked to the teacher. – She did not talk to the teacher.
  11. We heard a very strange noise yesterday. – We didn’t hear a very strange noise yesterday.
  12. We were there before Otto and Paul. – We were not there before Otto and Paul.
  1. “Hello. How are you? My name is Meester Gijs. What is your name?”
  2. Do you play hockey? > Yes, I do.
  3. Koen is my best friend. He lives in Utrecht.
  4. My father and mother are on holiday for the weekend. They will be back on Monday.
  5. I have a cat. My cat’s name is Pinky. It is eleven years old.
  6. My classmates are late for school. Now they will get detention (=nablijven).
  7. I have a sister. My sister is called Vera. She speaks French, English, German and Dutch!
  8. My brother and I are worried that our grandfather won’t live very long.
  9. That’s Renzo Knol. He is very popular on youtube. He has his own channel.
  10. My cousins live in Australia. They live on a farm. Their parents have 250 pigs and 500 cows.
  11. My dog is so cute. Its tail has got spots and it always plays with a tennisball. Adorable!
  1. We don’t know. My brother and I haven’t been (be + not) there since we were little.
  2. I worked (work) at John’s until I found a job at a restaurant.
  3. I remember this place. We have been (be) here before.
  4. They have lived (live) next to us for over 5 years now.
  5. When I was 7 years old my dad bought (buy) me a Gameboy.
  6. Please! Stay for dinner. I have made (make) more than enough for all of us to enjoy.
  7. I lost (lose) my gloves this morning.
  8. Don’t start now. I have heard (hear) you excuses more than enough.
  9. We ran (run) over 12 miles for a charity that was held last weekend.
  10. We know them very well. We have stayed (stay) at the Kelly’s a couple of times since last summer.
  11. I have never travelled (travel + never) by hovercraft.
  12. I didn’t know (know + not) he was an actor.
  13. He hasn’t caught (catch + not) a thief since he started working as a policeman.
  14. Messi played (play) for Grandoli for two years till 1994.
  1. I often play tennis with Marc.
  2. My father always fixes my bike whenever it is broken.
  3. My sister flies to London on Saturday.
  4. He has a brother that’s my age.
  5. We often cycle to school together.
  6. My brother seldom does the dishes.
  7. She finishes third every time she participates in a marathon.
  8. My brother’s cats is all grey with white spots.
  9. Lisa and her sister often go to piano lesson together.
  10. Shakespeare’s plays are still relevant today.
  11. My teachers give way too much homework!
  12. My granddad enjoys a good glass of wine and an old Jazz record to listen to.
  1. His brother plays (play) for AZ Alkmaar.
  2. They are talking (talk) to Peter right now.
  3. She has (have) a brother who lives in Los Angeles.
  4. Sorry, not now. Can’t you see I am cooking (cook)?
  5. We don’t celebrate (celebrate + not) Christmas because we are Jewish.
  6. Listen to that! I think my sister is talking (talk) to her dog. Haha!
  7. I don’t know where he is, but he is not (be + not) at school today.
  8. We aren’t working (work + not) really hard right now. Let’s finish it tomorrow.
  9. Welk van deze signaalwoorden kun je gebruiken voor de Present Continuous? Currently
  10. Welk signaalwoord kun je gebruiken voor de Present Simple? Every other year
  11. We ____ (ride + always) to school with Erik and Paul. Always ride
  12. He is always/is always being (be + always) late for school.
  13. He plays (play) guitar almost every day, but now he is reading (read) a book in the library.
  14. I can’t help you this week. We are skiing (ski) in the Alps.
  15. My little brother wishes (wish) for a computer every time we celebrate his birthday.
  16. Look at my grandmothers. They are knitting (knit = breien). Don’t they look lovely?
  1. 12 = twelfth
  2. 6 = sixth
  3. 24 = twenty-fourth
  4. 9 = ninth
  5. 8 = eighth
  6. 32 = thirty-second
  7. 45  = forty-fifth
  8. 19 = nineteenth
  9. 3 = third
  10. Q: How did Sven Kramer do at the winter Olympics?  A: He came in second. (zie foto bij quiz)
  1. Mother to child: “You shouldn’t drive home alone! Call your friends to see if they can bring you home.”
  2. I still have a lot of homework to do. I shouldn’t go to the concert tomorrow.
  3. You should have listened! He’s very wise. Now it’s too late.
  4. I should have known that I couldn’t trust him.
  5. You should come to the party. It will be great!
  6. If it’s true that she stole from our locker room then we should kick her off the team.
  7. They should be more careful next time.
  8. I got no points for that last question. I should have received at least two points for my creativity!
  9. Now everyone knows my secret. I should have kept my mouth shut.
  10. That movie was amazing! You should have come with us.
  1. My cousin doesn’t have a pet. ____ (my nephew) Nor/Niether does my nephew.
  2. We were reading when the teacher left. ____ (Terry and Kyle) So were Terry and Kyle.
  3. He plays tennis on Sunday. ____ (Mike) So does Mike.
  4. My father doesn’t like to clean the house. ____ (I) Neither/Nor do I.
  5. I like school a lot. ____ (my sister) So does my sister.
  6. He left school at 15:15. ____ (we) So did we.
  7. My English teacher isn’t funny. ____ (his colleague) Neither/Nor is his colleague.
  8. Adele is British. So is Prince William.
  9. Is er een verschil tussen het gebruik van neither en nor? NEE
  10. My classmate didn’t like this test. Neither did I.
  1. Sorry, I need to go. I have some homework I need to finish.
  2. I have no idea, but do you have any relatives who live in Miami?
  3. You’re too late! I don’t have any limited edition T-shirts left.
  4. I see that you’re crying. Is there something wrong?
  5. Excuse me. Could we have some ketchup to go with these spare ribs, please?
  6. I can’t see my phone anywhere. Have you seen them?
  7. Promise me you will not speak to anyone about this?
  8. You can borrow (=lenen) any DVD you want. I’ve seen them all, I won’t miss them.
  9. Wow! These paintings look amazing. I have never seen any of these before.
  10. I think he has some left in his car. We’ll have to wait till he’s back.
  11. Sorry sir. We don’t have any bananas left. We do have some fresh pineapples for you.
  12. Someone has stolen my car!
  1. I lost my wallet. I can find it nowhere.
  2. Sorry, I need to go. I have some homework I need to finish.
  3. You’re too late! I don’t have any limited edition T-shirts left.
  4. I see that you’re crying. Is there something wrong?
  5. Excuse me. Could we have some ketchup to go with these spare ribs, please?
  6. What are these car keys doing here? Someone/Somebody must have left them.
  7. I don’t want you to speak to anyone/anybody about this. Is that clear?
  8. You can drop me off anywhere near the trainstation. It doesn’t matter.
  9. Eveybody has left the party. There’s no one/nobody left.
  10. We are sorry. There is nothing we can do for you. Perhaps ask the company across the street?
  11. We are sorry. There isn’t anything we can do for you. Perhaps ask our neighbours?
  12. Someone/Somebody stole my car!
  1. Hi James. I want you to meet my friend William. James, this is William.
  2. I want to show you something. Do you see this? I need to read all these books for school.
  3. Look over there! That car is moving without a driver inside.
  4. I really like these shoes I’m wearing today.
  5. Could you reach out and give me those pens over there?
  6. Last week we saw a wonderful action movie. That was the best movie I’ve seen this year!
  7. Listen to this. It’s my favourite song.
  8. My uncle brought these chairs for the party. Don’t they look amazing?
  9. These (this/that/these/those) games I have here are (be) my brother’s.
  10. Do you see him over there? That (this/that/these/those) man plays (play) the harp.
  11. Sorry. Are (be) these (this/that/these/those) earrings I’m holding yours?
  12. Across the street is a garage. Those (this/that/these/those) mechanics always fixes (fix) my cars.
  13. Do you see her sitting over there? Her name is Sarah. That (this/that/these/those) girl always kisses (kiss) her boyfriend during classes.
  1. We are both 14. So my sister is as old as I am.
  2. What!? This was the most boring lesson of the day. I almost fell asleep.
  3. I broke my leg on holiday. The pain is increasing (=neemt toe). It now is worse than it was
  4. The brown cat is as beautiful as the grey cat. They both look amazing.
  5. Tuesday it was 29 degrees and Wednesday it was 31 degrees. So Wednesday was hotter than it was yesterday.
  6. I chose this multiple choice test because it was the easiest one. All the other were more difficult than this one.
  7. He is much taller than I am.
  8. This is by far the biggest pizza I ever ate!
  9. I couldn’t be any happier than I am now.
  10. I chose to read a book about the Romans, because I think it’s more interesting than the Middle
  11. I did my best, but he is better than I am. So he eventually won.
  12. Did you lose weight? You look much thinner than the last time I saw you.
  13. Those three boys are so silly. They are the silliest boys in my class.
  1. I put your socks in your drawer (=la).
  2. Look at this! Isn’t it amazing.
  3. I always look to my father for help. He knows everything.
  4. You can’t miss it. We are standing in front of (voor) the entrance.
  5. She is listening to some music right now.
  6. My teacher said he was worried about my grades.
  7. My brother always plays hockey on Mondays and Thursdays.
  8. Don’t tell anyone. I don’t like her. That’s just between you and me.
  9. Hurry! Your train leaves at 17:00.
  10. Hurry! Your train leaves in half an hour.
  11. Don’t wait for me tonight. I’m staying at Fred’s.
  12. The Beatles were the biggest act in music in / during the 60s.
  13. We arrived on time at the cinema to get some coffee, however Ted came in just in time to catch the trailers.
  14. I had some soup and a sandwich at lunchtime.
  15. Hitler’s Germany had control over the Netherlands till / until the Allies (geallieerden) entered through Belgium.
  16. There were a lot of people helping in the streets after the bomb had gone off.
  17. We love travelling by car.
  18. I left my bag in the back of (achterin) your car. Can I get it?
  1. I live in London.
  2. I left my keys on my desk, next to my computer.
  3. The next games starts in fifteen minutes.
  4. Look at Spiderman! He is on top of the Empire State Building.
  5. I have to be home at midnight.
  6. I was born on a Monday.
  7. We are waiting for you at the busstop.
  8. The last time we met was on New Year’s Eve.
  9. Dennis: ‘Where are you?’ Mike: ‘I’m at school now. Outside, talking to a friend.’
  10. In summer we always visit our family in France.
  11. On weekdays we both work 8 hours per day.
  12. People were very liberal in the 60s.
  13. She never drinks coffee in the evening.
  1. His brother isn’t/is not working today.
  2. I shouldn’t/shoud not listen to Kevin.
  3. They won’t/will not win the cup.
  4. Yuri can’t/cannot come to the pary.
  5. They couldn’t/could not ask the teacher for help.
  6. Are your sisters 15 and 16?
  7. Would he like to come too?
  8. Am I too tough on him?
  9. Has she got a dog called Wally?
  10. Have we got plenty to do?

Geef de vraag die hoort bij onderstaand antwoord.

  1. Did you see him at the cinema yesterday? / Did you see him at the cinema?
    Yes, I saw him at the cinema yesterday.
  2. Do you know the answer?
    No, I don’t know the answer.
  3. What did you do in his garden? / Where did you play tennis? / Why were you in his garden?
    We played tennis in his garden.
  4. Can you help me? / Do you have time to help me? / Have you got time to help me?
    Sure! I have time to help you.
  5. What is her name? / Who is she?
    Her name is Kelly.
  6. Does she hate doing homework? / Does she hate doing her homework?
    No, she doesn’t hate doing homework.

Vul het missende vraagwoord in.

  1. Who is that guy over there? I have never seen him before.
  2. Which of these colours do you prefer for your new shoes? The white ones or the black ones?
  3. How did you get here? We took the bus.

Maak onderstaande zin ontkennend.

  1. My father doesn’t/does not drive a big American car.
  2. We didn’t feel/did not feel guilty about our lie.
  3. They weren’t doing/were not doing their homework when I entered the classroom.
  4. She doesn’t love/does not love talking to her grandmother.
  5. My parents didn’t build/did not build their house themselves.
  6. My brother isn’t dancing/is not dancing at a disco right now.
  7. David doesn’t have/does not have a friend who lives on a boat.

Maak onderstaande zin vragend.

  1. Do they guard the Queen on a horse?
  2. Is Boris the Mayor of London??
  3. Did they speak about their past?
  4. Was she listening at the door?
  1. My father did not/didn’t play tennis last Saturday.
  2. We did not/didn’t see him at the cinema.
  3. Lily did not/didn’t travel to Barcelona with her dog.
  4. He did not/didn’t buy her a necklace.
  5. My little brother did not/didn’t fall of his chair this morning.
  6. Did Leroy kiss his girlfriend in class?
  7. Did we finish the assignment in time?
  8. Did Frank pick the right CD?
  9. Did she work as a waitress?
  10. Did they live on an island?
  1. Does she work as a waitress?
  2. Does Leroy kiss his girlfriend in class?
  3. Does Karin have an apartment in Mallorca?
  4. Does he help you with your homework?
  5. Do they live on an island?
  6. My father doesn’t/does not play tennis on Mondays.
  7. He doesn’t/does not always do his homework.
  8. Fiona doesn’t/does not have a friend who lives in London.
  9. He doesn’t/does not often carry my bag.
  10. She doesn’t/does not fly with her dog to New York every summer.
  1. > Why did you join the army? < Because I like a challenge and I love to travel.
  2. I love those shoes. How much did they cost?
  3. Why is that man screaming?
  4. Where did you two first meet?
  5. Which of these would you like to have?
  6. Why is he always bullying his classmates?
  7. How will you get here? Didn’t you lose your bike last week?
  8. My birthday is March 11. When is your birthday?
  9. Why is your brother mad at you?
  10. Which bandmember of 1D is your favourite?
  11. Who from B-Brave is your favourite bandmember?
  12. What did you tell your boyfriend when he broke up with you?
  1. My sister often plays hockey after school on Mondays.
  2. Shelly gave Frank a love letter at the party last Friday night.
  3. My parents and I have been to the States twice before.
  4. He always brings me coffee when we work together.
  5. I have never seen that movie.
  6. Frank saw me at the cinema last Friday.
  7. I often do my homework before dinner.
  8. If I knew this, I wouldn’t have done that.
  9. I sometimes listen to Jazz music.
  10. She is always in a good mood.

96 Reacties

  1. JP 12 september 2018 om 21:29 - Reply

    Hello meester Gijs,

    Geweldige site!

    Heeft u ook iets met ‘used to’

  2. anoniem 19 juni 2018 om 16:57 - Reply

    hoihoi, u website helpt echt goed.
    ik heb vrijdag in de toetsweek een grammatica toets van alle hoofdstukken!
    wens me succes!!!

  3. bobobobobobbo 7 juni 2018 om 14:43 - Reply

    meester ik begrijp niet waar de toets is

    • Meester Gijs 21 juni 2018 om 09:20 - Reply

      Die vind je bij elk grammatica onderwerp onder de video/pp/oefeningen. Altijd de laatste oefening; de Meester Gijs quiz. En deze antwoorden horen daar dan dus weer bij..

  4. De legend 5 maart 2018 om 20:13 - Reply

    Meester gijs geef mij pls een so in u filmpjes u bent geweldig

  5. jannie 30 december 2017 om 14:42 - Reply

    wanneer is het past simple?

    • Meester Gijs 7 januari 2018 om 20:45 - Reply

      Als het voorbij is, verleden tijd (=past simple). Like when you ASKED me your question and I ANSWERED it.. 😉

      • Joep ???? 22 februari 2018 om 14:47 - Reply

        Like

      • bob 7 juni 2018 om 14:28 - Reply

        hi

  6. Stamati 12 oktober 2017 om 09:24 - Reply

    nice website

  7. Sarah 3 juli 2017 om 17:27 - Reply

    Hey Mr. Gijs!
    I discovered your website a few days ago and I must say I’m very happy with this website! How long are you doing this?
    I hope my message doesn’t have any grammar mistakes. I am also dyslectic so It’s really hard for me to read and spell. But you’re site
    is really helpfull! 😀 Oh and I also learn from music ;D

    Ik ben gewoon Nederlands trouwens. Haha 😉 Ik heb morgen een toets grammatica dus wens me succes!
    Groetjes van Sarah uit Assen 😀 2TL

  8. Gerco 18 april 2017 om 16:40 - Reply

    Wanneer gebruik je each other en wanneer one another?

  9. Leerling 9 april 2017 om 13:09 - Reply

    Hallo Meester Gijs!
    altijd heel erg fijn, uw uitleg en oefeningen.
    ik moet used to leren, alleen kan ik daar geen uitleg en zo over vinden,
    nu is mijn vraag dus: heeft u uitleg over used to op deze website?
    zo nee, zou u dat dan willen maken? alvast hartelijk bedankt!

  10. Leerling 9 april 2017 om 13:09 - Reply

    Hallo Meester Gijs!
    altijd heel erg fijn, uw uitleg en oefeningen.
    ik moet used to leren, alleen kan ik daar geen uitleg en zo over vinden,
    nu is mijn vraag dus: heeft u uitleg over used to op deze website?
    zo nee, zou u dat dan willen maken? alvast hartelijk bedankt!

  11. max bosch 5 februari 2017 om 17:41 - Reply

    hoi meester gijs dit moest ff

  12. Lita.hyppie 31 januari 2017 om 20:47 - Reply

    Hoi meester Gijs, ik weet wel wanneer je could en can gebruikt. Bij could bij beleefdheid, maar hoe kan je zien dat het een beleefde zin is?

    • Meester Gijs 2 februari 2017 om 16:45 - Reply

      Door de vraag. Is het iets dat je aan vrienden vraagt of je ouders? Of is het beleefder? In een restaurant of aan vreemde… Get it?

  13. Aukje 13 december 2016 om 14:04 - Reply

    hi meester Gijs

    Heel erg bedankt voor de uitleg van de
    bijwoorden. Eerst snapte ik er echt helemaal
    niets van maar gelukkig snap ik het nu stukke
    beter. morgen heb ik pw engels hopelijk heeft het gewerkt
    al dat oefenen heeft u nog tips voor het beter onthouden??

    gr Aukje

    • Meester Gijs 14 december 2016 om 21:08 - Reply

      Dag Aukje, ik denk dat heel veel oefenen wel het beste werkt. Zorg dat je de uitzonderingen kent; de zintuiglijke werkwoorden bv. Maar ook de bijvoeglijke naamwoorden die als bijwoord hetzelfde blijven; zoals low, fast, daily, etc. En natuurlijk good als bijwoord, wordt well. Maar die wist je well 😉

  14. Roos 6 december 2016 om 17:58 - Reply

    Hallo meester Gijs,

    Ik heb een vraag over de betrekkelijke voornaamwoorden, want bij de zin ‘The world is a much sunnier place for people ____ have a positive attitude’ heb ik that ingevuld maar bij de antwoorden staat who. Klopt het dan dat beide antwoorden goed zijn?

    • Meester Gijs 6 december 2016 om 21:08 - Reply

      Dag Roos. Als er voor de opening een komma had gestaan had allen who gekunt. Aangezien die er niet staat en het eerste deel niet kan zonder het tweede deel (vandaar geen komma’s) is zowel who als that goed. Ik zie dat de Quiz hem wel goed rekent, maar ik het niet bij de antwoorden heb gezet. Nu wel. Thanks for noticing. 🙂

  15. ismail chentouf 4 december 2016 om 18:39 - Reply

    bij zin 5 van present simple en present continous daar moet dan staan (do+celebrate+not) dus dat is een fout

    • Meester Gijs 5 december 2016 om 11:39 - Reply

      Dat is niet waar Ismail. We zetten juist bewust do er niet bij. Je moet zelf snappen dat als je celebrate ontkennend wilt maken, je to do moet toevoegen. Vandaar.

  16. mylan 18 november 2016 om 09:17 - Reply

    hoi
    waar kan je de antwoorden van de quiz vinden ik heb het wel gemaakt maar waar kun je de antwoorden dan vinden

    groet mylan

  17. bram 3 november 2016 om 17:07 - Reply

    de volgorde bij passive (maken) klopt volgens mij niet

    • bram 3 november 2016 om 17:09 - Reply

      sorry, niet goed gelezen

    • Meester Gijs 12 november 2016 om 11:07 - Reply

      Kun je iets specifieker zijn? Welke volgorde?

      • Marijne 14 november 2016 om 21:47 - Reply

        hey meneer Gijs,
        ik snap zin 7 niet van de Past Continuous zou je die aan mij willen uitlegen?

        • Meester Gijs 16 november 2016 om 21:04 - Reply

          Hij doet beide activiteiten tegelijkertijd (while/at the same time). Dus mag je twee keer de Past Continuous gebruiken.

  18. UnknownUsername 30 juni 2016 om 23:14 - Reply

    fout bij ‘tijden 5’ er staat asn’t moet wasn’t zijn 🙂

  19. Stijn 30 juni 2016 om 17:04 - Reply

    Hallo Meester Gijs

    Ik heb toetsweek en heb precies over n week Engels toets, hoe la ik dit t beste leren want ik snap de Wordorder niet zo goed

    Groetjes Stijn

    • Meester Gijs 30 juni 2016 om 17:25 - Reply

      Dag Stijn,
      Bestudeer de PP en doe de bijbehorende oefeningen. Maak voor jezelf een schema en werk een paar voorbeelden uit. Het schema zit ook de in de PP. En doe de oefeningen en Meester Gijs quiz. Keep practising till you weight an ounce.

      • B. 5 november 2016 om 20:34 - Reply

        Is het niet ‘weigh’ in plaats van ‘weight’?

        • Meester Gijs 6 november 2016 om 17:18 - Reply

          Als werkwoord wel, maar hier gaat het om gewicht (zelfstandig naamwoord). Dus weight.

  20. Tes 29 juni 2016 om 15:45 - Reply

    Hallo meestergijs

    Is het Zo dat als er is voor een werkwoord staat dat er dan ING achter het ww komt ?
    She is walking to school

    • Meester Gijs 30 juni 2016 om 17:26 - Reply

      Dat klopt. Die is (of am en are) samen met het werkwoord+ing noemen we de Present Continuous. Die gebruik je als je beschrijft wat er NU gebeurt: I am writing. He is writing. We are writing. Succes!

  21. Linda 26 juni 2016 om 20:54 - Reply

    Waar is de present continous?

    • Meester Gijs 27 juni 2016 om 09:01 - Reply

      Die vind je bij Present Simple – Present Continuous. Ik vond het nog belangrijker dat je de PC ook in relatie tot de PS weet te maken. Vandaar.

  22. imre ter Halle 23 juni 2016 om 20:17 - Reply

    Wil je alsjeblieft Frans toevoegen aan deze site?

  23. Bruh 22 juni 2016 om 17:19 - Reply

    Dit is ZO’N coole site!

  24. Tessa 11 mei 2016 om 19:29 - Reply

    hele handige site dit ! ben niet echt goed in engels maar dit helpt me zeker ! 😀

  25. Anouck 31 maart 2016 om 18:55 - Reply

    Hoi Meester Gijs,

    Ik vind uw site echt handig om te leren!
    Maar hoe bent u eigenlijk op het idee gekomen om een website te beginnen?

    • Meester Gijs 1 april 2016 om 08:23 - Reply

      Dag Anouck,
      Tijdens mijn opleiding tot docent. Ik maakte al zoveel oefeningen op papier. Ik wilde dat die ook online beschikbaar werden. Dat is dus 7 jaar geleden begonnen en uit de hand gelopen zullen we maar zeggen.

  26. anouk 10 maart 2016 om 19:39 - Reply

    hallo meester gijs,

    woont u in Veghel want volgensmij zag ik u daar rond lopen

    groetjes Anouk

    • Meester Gijs 11 maart 2016 om 09:59 - Reply

      Dag Anouk. Nee, maar mijn ouders wel. Dus het zou best kunnen. Is wel alweer twee, drie weken gelden. Toch?

  27. roos 21 februari 2016 om 11:40 - Reply

    Hoe moet je vragen en ontkenningen maken met to have got?

    • Meester Gijs 21 februari 2016 om 12:52 - Reply

      Goeie vraag Roos. Eigenlijk heel makkelijk. Have got zijn 2 werkwoorden. Have is hier dus een hulpwerkwoord. Bij vragen zet je have/has vooraan, dan komt het onderwerp en dan got. Bij ontkenningen maak je er have not got/haven’t got of has not got/hasn’t got van. Kijken even op de grammatica pagina van vragen en ontkenningen, volgens mij komt have got ook voorbij. Succes!

    • ROBIN-AAPJE 16 juni 2016 om 14:30 - Reply

      haven’t

  28. Roos 31 januari 2016 om 19:32 - Reply

    Bedankt voor de antwoorden en de handige website.

  29. nathalie 26 januari 2016 om 20:45 - Reply

    Ik ben op zoek naar oefeningen rond “Confusing spelling-matters” : it’s its; you’re your; here her hear; there their they’re; to too; then than;no now; where-were-wear-we’re;sh-sch;who-how;with which witch wish;

    • Meester Gijs 2 februari 2016 om 10:32 - Reply

      Misschien even googlen? Wel leuk om toe te voegen. Zet het op mijn lijstje.

  30. Stijntjuhhhxx 25 januari 2016 om 10:28 - Reply

    hallo meester gijs, ik vind dat u u werk heel goed doet en het goed aanpakt. Ik vind het ook wel lollig dat u een eigen site heeft. mvg

  31. niels 22 januari 2016 om 11:11 - Reply

    badankt voor de antwoorden meneer gijs

  32. Wilma 14 december 2015 om 09:38 - Reply

    Dag meester Gijs,

    Is ‘trap’ nu ‘stairs’ of ‘stair’?

    Heb de vraag gesteld bij Oxford. Daar wordt ‘stair’ genoemd, maar er staat bij ‘occasionally stairs”.
    Dus weet ik het nog niet!

    • Meester Gijs 18 januari 2016 om 12:10 - Reply

      Dag Wilma,

      Er zijn een aantal woorden, die vaak uit meer dan 1 gelijke delen bestaan, die altijd een meervoud krijgen. Glasses, trousers, jeans, tweazers, etc. Ook trap = stairs.

  33. Anne Hurkmans 11 november 2015 om 17:52 - Reply

    Hoi.
    ik heb vrijdag een toets van engels en heel toevallig ben ik slecht in engels. ik moet naast de past simple ook used to leren.. heeft u daar een filmpje over misschien want ik krijg hem niet gevonden. Kunt u mij helpen. Ps. Door uw filmpjes heb ik alleen nog maar goede cijfers voor engels gehaald.

    Groetjes anne

    • Meester Gijs 16 november 2015 om 12:24 - Reply

      Dag Anne,
      Daar heb ik helaas geen video of uitleg bij. Ik zet het wel op mijn lijstje. Kijk anders eens op engelsgemist.nl. Succes!

  34. char 4 november 2015 om 17:44 - Reply

    hoi
    ik moet zeg maar dag en dan maand leren behandel u dat ook zeg maar twentyfive october ofzo

    • Meester Gijs 7 november 2015 om 15:49 - Reply

      Dag Char,

      Die uitleg vind je bij de Rangtelwoorden (Ordinals). Hier de link.

  35. IssamAmajoud 2 november 2015 om 20:07 - Reply

    Hoi waar kun je de quiz vinden?

    • Meester Gijs 3 november 2015 om 10:08 - Reply

      Dag Issam,
      Die staan op bijna elke grammaticapagina onderaan.
      Veel succes!

  36. lol 1 november 2015 om 15:30 - Reply

    staat er ook ergens hoe alle namen van een familie heten en beteken zoals nephew? dat heb ik nodig

    • Meester Gijs 3 november 2015 om 10:09 - Reply

      Nee, volgens mij niet. Behandel het wel in de brugklas, maar heb het niet als item op de site staan. Google er anders even naar.

  37. Bram 28 oktober 2015 om 15:33 - Reply

    Hoi,
    Bij de indirecte rede staan de verkeerde antwoorden!

    • Meester Gijs 29 oktober 2015 om 13:46 - Reply

      Dag Bram,

      Ze staan er wel, maar in een andere volgorde. Even zoeken dus.

  38. kevin 13 oktober 2015 om 19:28 - Reply

    hoi meester Gijs

    Hoezo blijf het bij mij niet steken ik onthoud het gewoon niet.
    Ik heb morgen Proefwerk van Engels maar dat Grammatica blijf niet zitten

    • Meester Gijs 14 oktober 2015 om 21:27 - Reply

      Dat is wel echt balen Kevin. Oefen je wel genoeg? Misschien kun je hele beknopte aantekeningen op je kamer aan de muur hangen. Dan zie je ze onbewust, helpt echt bij leren.

      Btw, hoe ging je toets vandaag?

  39. Killian 5 oktober 2015 om 15:52 - Reply

    Hallo Meester Gijs. Ik vroeg me af of er geen moeilijkere vragen zijn en dit is wat makkelijk voor mij omdat ik tweetalig ben opgevoed. Als die er zijn kunt u het dan zeggen? Alvast bedankt

    • Meester Gijs 5 oktober 2015 om 19:35 - Reply

      Dag Killian,

      Wat een geweldige vraag. Wat je eigenlijk zegt, ik snap het, ik vind het niet moeilijk en waar kan ik meer oefenen? Forget it! Pak een mooi Engels boek en ga lezen. Of doe wat werk voor andere vakken. Engels heb je duidelijk onder de knee 🙂

  40. Eliza 4 oktober 2015 om 18:34 - Reply

    hoi meester Gijs,

    Ik heb de quiz gemaakt over de past simple en de past continuous. Alleen ik snap de zin niet van already work…

    Groetjes Eliza

    • Meester Gijs 5 oktober 2015 om 12:11 - Reply

      Dag Eliza,

      Je gebruikt de Past Continuous vooral om te zeggen dat je iets aan het doen was (al een tijdje vaak). In deze zin: When she left (leave) home, I was already working (already + work) at school. Was jij al aan het werk (een tijdej) toen zij (she) van huis vertrok. Daarmee geef je eigenlijk aan dat iemand iets deed (left home) terwijl iemand anders al iets aan het doen was (was working). Iets duidelijker?

      Succes!

      • Jan 25 juni 2016 om 13:09 - Reply

        Beste gijs,

        Deze zin klopt niet ”When she ____ (leave) home yesterday, I ____ (already + work) at school” en bij de anwoorden staat ”When she left (leave) home, I was already working(already + work) at school” ziet u het probleem? Het probleem is dat er bij de oefening ”yesterday” staat maar bij de andwoorden staat dat niet daarom mijn vraag.

        Ik hoor graag van u

        Met vriendelijke groet,

        Jan

        • Meester Gijs 25 juni 2016 om 20:15 - Reply

          Dag Jan, de zin klopt. Ik ben het signaalwoord yesterday vergeten. Zal het meteen toevoegen.

  41. Marielle 1 oktober 2015 om 09:37 - Reply

    Ik wil graag een oefening doen waarbij moet kiezen wanneer ik shall of will moet gebruiken. Deze future-vorm heb ik nog niet onder de knie.

    • Meester Gijs 1 oktober 2015 om 10:22 - Reply

      Dag Marielle,
      Dat is ook best lastig. Ik denk niet dat ik die zo heb op mijn site. Google anders even naar “shall will future exercises”. Dan kom je vast wat tegen dat geschikt is.

  42. Merel 27 juni 2015 om 14:01 - Reply

    hoi,
    ik heb binnenkort toetsweek en engels zit er ook bij.
    Ik heb heel veel grammatica hoe kan ik dan het beste oefenen?

    • Meester Gijs 29 juni 2015 om 21:04 - Reply

      Elke grammatica pagina is precies zo opgezet dat je goed kan leren; werk gewoon van boven naar beneden alles af. Begin met video/PowerPoint, doe de oefeningen (van easy naar hard) en eindig met de Meester Gijs quiz. Nu weet je zeker dat je alles snapt! Succes.

  43. JohanBeste 26 mei 2015 om 12:04 - Reply

    Dit zuigt

    • Meisje van 12 11 juni 2015 om 17:01 - Reply

      Hoi Johan! Fijn dat je je mening geeft! Denk er alleen aan DAT het een mening is! Jij vind het, en daarom is het niet, dit zuigt, maar ik vind het zuigen. Als je nederlands nog niet in orde is, dan word engels ook moeilijker!

      ~Anne out

      • Meester Gijs 11 juni 2015 om 23:11 - Reply

        Girl Power!

  44. Rens 18 mei 2015 om 22:47 - Reply

    hallo kunt u misschien wat uitleggen over word building met de voorvoegsels for fore front pre etz

    • Meester Gijs 19 mei 2015 om 20:38 - Reply

      Beste Rens,

      Daar heb ik het in de zelden over in de onderbouw. In welke klas zit jij? Goede vraag hoor. Zet het op mijn lijstje (pre- en suffixen). Heb je hier wat aan? link

  45. fay 17 mei 2015 om 16:41 - Reply

    hoe werkt de past simple passive?

    • Meester Gijs 17 mei 2015 om 20:01 - Reply

      Dag Fay,

      In plaats van de actieve zin ‘I lost my keys yesterday’ waarin ik de sleutels verlies, maak je een passieve zin waar het niet om het onderwerp gaat (mij), maar om de sleutels –> my keys were lost yesterday. lost wordt volt.deelwoord = lost (zelfde). En je voegt altijd een vorm van to be toe in een Passive. Hier dus de Past Simple van to be –> was/were. My keys = 3e persoon ev, dus was.

      Get it? Lastig onderwerp hoor.

      Succes!

  46. emma 20 april 2015 om 17:15 - Reply

    bij de indirecte reden staan de verkeerde antwoorden.

    • Meester Gijs 22 april 2015 om 11:49 - Reply

      Thanks Emma, zal het bekijken.

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