Summary Core grammar for higher education

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ISBN-10 9001706304 ISBN-13 9789001706302
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This is the summary of the book "Core grammar for higher education". The author(s) of the book is/are Piet van der Voort. The ISBN of the book is 9789001706302 or 9001706304. This summary is written by students who study efficient with the Study Tool of Study Smart With Chris.

Summary - Core grammar for higher education

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  • 2.1 The present tense

  • I am - ik ben
    you are - jij bent
    she/he/is is - zij/hij/het is
    we are - wij zijn
    you are - jullie zijn
    they are - zij zijn
  • The present tense : I am, you are, he/she/it is, we are, you are, and they are
  • The present tense is:
    I am, you are, he/she/it is, we are, you are, and they are
  • 2.2 The past tense

  • I was - ik was
    you were  - jij was
    she/he/it was - zij/hij/het was
    we were - wij waren
    you were - jullie waren
    they were - zij waren
  • The past tense: I was, you were, she/he/it was, we were, you were, and they were.
    with it I was you, you use were instead of was.
  • The past tense is :
    I was, you were, she/he/it was, we were, you were, and they were.
    with it I was you, you use were instead of was.
  • 2.3 The present future tense be

  • I will be - ik zal zijn
    you will be - jij zult zijn
    she/he/it will be - zij/hij/het zal zijn
    we will be - wij zullen zijn
    you will be - jullie zullen zijn
    they will be - zij zullen zijn
  • The present future tense: I will be, you will be, she/he/it will be, we will be, you will be, and they will be.
  • The present future tense is:
    I will be, you will be, she/he/it will be, we will be, you will be, and they will be.
  • 2.4 The past future tense

  • The past future tense: I would be, you would be, she/he/it would be, we would be, they would be, and  you would be.
  • The past future tense is:
    I would be, you would be, she/he/it would be, we would be, they would be, and  you would be.
  • 2.5 The present perfect tense

  • The present perfect tense: I have been, you have been, she/he/it has been (shit rule is used), we have been, they have been, and you have been.
  • The present perfect tense is:
    I have been, you have been, she/he/it has been (shit rule is used), we have been, they have been, and you have been.
  • 2.6 The past perfect tense

  • The past perfect tense: I had been, you had been, she/he/it had been, we had been, they had been, and you had been.
  • The past perfect tense is:
    I had been, you had been, she/he/it had been, we had been, they had been, and you had been.
  • 2.7 Would have been (zou / zouden geweest zijn)

  • Would have been means?
    Zou(den) geweest zijn.
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If kunnen + advice is used to:
Give you strong advise, we use had better + infinitive.
general possibility: If kan/kunnen expresses that something:
Is possible in general we use can.
Request?
Could , if zou kunnen expresses a request we use could.
Ability in the infinitive:
Be able to, instead of can we use be able to.
Could have and might have: had kunnen is used for?
To express suggestions or to aim to criticize.
Could have been and would have been: had kunnen Is used for?
To express unrealized ability
Ability in the present perfect: to talk about ability in the present perfect we use:
Have/has been able to for the present perfect tense.
had been able to: for the past perfect tense.
Ability in the future: we use
Will/would be able to talk about ability in the present future and the past future.
ability in the present: We use ... To talk about ability
Can the negative form is cannot or can't. 
if kunnen means in staat zijn be able to can also be used, be able to sounds more formal than can.
ability in the past: Could or was/were able to is used when:
We talk about a general ability.
could cannot be used if the past ability refers to what really happend in one particular situation. Instead of was/were able is used.