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The Present Pefect Tense vs The simple past Tense

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MAKE – DO

MAKE AND DO

make comment

make a bed

make an arrangement

make progress                                               do the housework

make a promise                                              do the exercises

make a complaint                                         do business (with)

make an appointment                                   do good

make sense                                                 do somebody’s hair

make an attempt                                        do the house hold jobs

make a mess                                                   do homework

make a will                                                       do the crossword

make waste                                                       do your best

make friends (with)                                            do somebody a favour

make a cake                                                          do up

make a phone call                                                   do someone good

make sure that                                                        do well

make tea

make generalizations

make an affort

make a request

make a decision

 

EXERCISE:(make or do)

Fill in the blanks with make or do

1)I have only ________ my duty.

2)If you drink linden tea , it will you good.

3)We_______a lot of business with that company last year.

4)I want to_________a collect call.

5)When is your brother going to   _______  his military service ?

6)I _______ my living by teaching.

7)Haste_______ waste.

8) ________your hair before you leave your house !

Key to the exercise :

1) done 2) do 3) did 4) make 5) do 6) make 7) makes 8) do

 

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phrasal verbs

PHRASAL VERBS

 

The term phrasal verb refers to a verb and preposition which together have a special meaning. Sometimes a phrasal verb consists of three parts. Phrasal verbs are also called two word verbs or three word verbs. A phrasal verb may be either separable or nonseparable. With a separable phrasal verb, a noun may come either between the verb and the preposition or after a preposition. Example: a) I turned the lights on. b) I turned on the lights. (Bu her iki cümle de doğru ve aynı anlamı taşımaktadır.) With a nonseparable phrasal verb, a noun or pronoun must be after the preposition but not before a proposition. Example: a) I ran into my former tutor yesterday. (correct) b) I ran my former tutor into yesterday. (incorrect)

(run into ayrılamayan phrasal verb olduğu için ikinci cümle yanlıştır,yani fiil ile preposition ayrılamazlar.)

Phrasal verb bir fiilin bir ilgeç (proposition) ile birlikte kullanıldığında fiilin kendi anlamından farklı bir anlam kazanması demektir. Ayrılabilen ve ayrılamayan diye iki gruba ayrılır. Ayrılabilen phrasal verb’lerde isim fiil ile ilgeç (preposition) arasında veya ilgeçten sonra olmak üzere iki şekilde kullanılabilir. Ayrılamayan phrasal verb’lerde ise fiil ve edat(=ilgeç) birbiri arkasına kullanılır.Edattan sonra da isim gelir. İsim edat ile fiil arasında kullanılamaz. Aşağıdaki örneklerde ayrılabilen phrasal verb’ler parantez içinde diğer kullanım şekilleriyle birlikte verilmiştir. Parantez içinde diğer şekilleri verilmeyenler ise ayrılamayan gruptur. Bunlara dikkat ediniz.

ACCOUNT(FOR):give a good reason for an action, explain satisfactorily.(yaptığı bir şeyin hesabını vermek) He can’t account for his mistakes.

APPROVE(OF):believe that something or someone is good or acceptable (uygun görmek, onaylamak). I don’t approve of smoking._ My parents don’t approve of my friends.(approve of+noun/Ving)

BLOW(OUT):extinguish(a flame) by blowing (üfleyerek söndürmek). I blew out the candles at my birthday party.

BREAK(INTO):enter by force (by breaking the door or window) (kapı veya pencereyi zorlayarak,kırarak bir yere girmek) The thieves broke into my house and stole my computer.

BRING(UP):educate and train children (yetiştirmek, eğitmek) She brought up her children well (brought her children up) _ I was brought up in Denizli.

CALL(AT):a short visit to a place (uğramak)  I called at the bank to draw out some money.

CALL(FOR): (somebody) visit a place to collect a person or thing. (birini ya da bir şeyi almak için uğramak) I’ll call for you at 8:00 o’clock.The concert starts at 8:30. _ When my father was ill, I called for a doctor.

CALL(IN):(on somebody): make a short visit to someone (birisine uğramak) I’ll call in to see you this evening. _ Call in on us if you are in town. Call samebody in = misafir etmek, (yardımcı olması için) birisini eve çağırmak. We’d better call in a doctor for you father.

CALL(OFF)(something) cancel (iptal etmek) We had to call off the match as it was raining. (call the match off) We had to call the match off.

CALL(ON):(somebody) visit someone (birisini ziyaret etmek) I called on my friend yesterday.

CALL(UP):telephone (telefon etmek) Aygül called Burcu up (called up Burcu / called her up)I called up Burcu.

CATCH UP(WITH):(somebody or something) overtake but not pass, come up from behind and reach the same point as someone. (birisine ya da bir şeye yetişmek) You carry on walking and I’ll catch up(with) you in a minute. (catch you up) _ We are catching up with Japan in industrial production.

CLEAN(OUT):(something) clean and tidy (a room/ drawer/ table etc.) thoroughly. (birşeyi temizleyip düzenlemek) I must clean out my room today. (clean my room out) I must clean my room out.

CLEAN(UP):clean a mess (anything spilt) (dağınıklığı ve dökülenleri temizlemek) I must clean up when they have finished painting._ They  clean up any spilt paint (clean any spilt paint up)They clean any spilt paint up.

CLEAR(UP): make tidy and clean (derleyip toparlamak) Clear up this mess (clear this mess up)

CHECK IN(TO):register in a hotel / airport. We checked into the hotel at 6:00 o’clock. _ After we checked in, we went into the rooms.

CHECK OUT(OF):We check out (of the airport) by nine o’clock.

COME(ACROSS):find / see by chance (rastgelmek, şans eseri bulmak)  When I was cleaning my table, I came across my lost pen.

COME(ALONG/ON): Come with me. Come along, or we will miss the bus.

COME(OFF):take place, happen as arranged (genelde organize edilen, planlanan şeylerin olması) When is the graduation party coming off ?

CUT(OFF):disconnect, discontinue supply (usually of gas, water, electricity, etc.) (herhangi bir hattın kesilmesi kopması) Our electricity supply was cut off._ They have cut off the water (cut the water off) When we were talking on the phone, the line was cut off. They cut the line off.

DIE(OUT):become extinct (of customs, species of animals) (yok olmak, nesli tükenmek) Animals will die out if you continue killing them like that.

DO(UP):redecorate (tekrardan dekore etmek) I’ll do up my room (do my room up).I’ll do my room up.

DROP(IN):pay a short unannounced visit (birine habersiz uğramak)  I dropped in to borrow your drill but you weren’t in.

ENTER(FOR):become a candidate (for a contest / examination) (aday olmak) One hundred competitors have entered for the beauty contest.

FED UP(WITH):be completely bored (birinden ve ya bir şeyden bıkmak usanmak) I am fed up with English. _ I am fed up with learning English)(fed up with+noun/Ving)

FILL(IN/OUT):complete (a form) by writing information on it (doldurmak) I had to fill in some forms before I applied for the job.(fill them in) I filled some forms in.

FILL UP(WITH):become or make something completely full (tamamen doldurmak, dolmak) Could you fill the kettle up with water.(fill up the kettle with water) _ Fill up the tank, please. I am driving far (fill the tank up) _ Fill up the bucket with water (fill the bucket up with water)

GET AWAY(WITH):run off with:perform an illegal or wrong act ,and escape (illegal bir işi yaptıktan sonra kaçmak) The robber got away with the money.

GET(BACK):come back home (dönmek) I spent two days in Adapazarı and got back on Sunday. I got home back.

GET DOWN(TO)+Ving/noun:start

Why don’t you get down to doing your homework?

GET ON(WELL)WITH: make a progress, be successful (ilerleme kaydetmek) How are you getting on at English course? _ I’m getting on well with English.

GET(IN): enter a car / taxi etc.(binmek) I hurt my leg when I was getting in the car.

GET(ON):enter a bus, an airplane, a train, a subway, a bicycle (binmek) The bus was so crowded that we couldn’t get on.

GET OUT(OF):leave a taxi, a car,etc. (çıkmak ,inmek) We got out of the taxi at Konak.

GET(OFF):leave a bus, train, subway, bicycle (inmek) We should get off the bus here.

GIVE(AWAY):give something to somebody (birşeyini vermek) I’ll give my dog away (give away my dog)

GIVE(UP):abandon, stop (doing) something/ habit, sport, occupation,etc. (bırakmak, terketmek) I gave up cigarettes (gave cigarettes up) _ I gave up smoking. _ I took up football but later I gave it up (gave up football)

GO(OFF): a) explode, be fired (of a gun, accidentally) (ateş almak, patlamak) I was cleaning my pistol but it went off. b) be successful (of social activities) Our party went off very well (everybody liked it) c) leave, start a journey. He went off happily as he was with his girlfriend.

GO(ON):continue = keep on (yapmakta olduğu bir işi yapmaya devam etmek) Please go on reading the story book. I liked it. _ He went on working after he had said ‘hello’.(go on+Ving)

GO(OVER):study or repeat carefully, examine = go through (gözden geçirmek) I think we will go over the past tense. You can’t answer my questions.

GO(UP):rise (of prices) (yükselmek, artmak) The prices always go up. Life is expensive.

GROW UP(IN):become adult. (yetişmek) I grew up in İzmir. _ What are you going to do when you grow up?

HAVE A GO (AT)+Ving/noun

He had a go at a new business after resigning his former job.

HAND (IN): give by hand to someone, give to the authority (vermek) I handed in my homework (handed my homework in)

HANG(UP): put the receiver back,( opposite of call up.) I said good bye and hung up.

KEEP(OFF):keep away (uzak durmak, yaklaşmamak, basmamak) Keep off the grass.

KEEP(ON):continue = go on. I called Burcu. He couldn’t hear me and kept on walking.(keep on+Ving)

LOOK(AFTER):take care of (birisi ya da bir şeyle ilgilenmek, bakmak)Who will look after your cat when you are on holiday?

LOOK(FOR): search for, seek. (aramak) I can’t find my book. I’m looking for it.

LOOK(IN):pay a short(often unannounced)visit=call(in)(uğramak)I’ll look in to say hello to my tutor this afternoon.

LOOK(UP)(IN):find the meaning in a dictionary. (herhangi bir bilgiyi bir kaynaktan öğrenmek)  If you don’t know the meaning, look the word up in a dictionary. (look the word up/ look up the word)

MAKE(UP): (one’s mind)come to a decision, decide (karar vermek) Did you make up your mind to go to the party? (Make your mind up) Yes, I made my mind up.

RUN OFF WITH: steal and take away: go away with

The thief has run off with a mobile phone.

RING (UP) = telephone = call up I will ring up the cinema for tonight. (ring the cinema up)

POSTPONE(to/until):not to do until a later time = put off(ertelemek)I postponed the party until tomorrow.

PUT(OFF) =postpone (bir başka tarihe ertelemek) We have to put off our match until / till tomorrow. It is raining now.(put our match off)

PUT(ON)= wear Put on your coat. It is cold out. (put your coat on)

PUT(UP):a) erect / build (a building, monument, statue, etc.)(inşa etmek, yapmak) I put up a shed for my dog in the garden. (put a shed up) _ I put up a shelf in the kitchen (put a shelf up) _ They are going to put up new houses here. (put new houses up) _ She put up her umbrella.(put her umbrella up) b) Put a notice in a public place ( ilan / not asmak) The exam results will be put up on the notice board. _ They put up posters everywhere. c) put somebody up: give someone food and lodging (geçici bir süre için misafir etmek) temporarily (up is usually after the object)  If you come to İzmir, I will put you up. You don’t need to look for a hotel.

PUT(OUT):extinguish a cigarette or a fire (söndürmek) I always put out my cigarette before I get on a bus. The firemen have put out the fire easily (put the fire out)

RUN(INTO / ACROSS): (someone) a) meet somebody by chance. (tesadüfen karşılaşmak) While I was shopping, I ran into my old friend from Scholl. b) run into (somebody or something): to hit someone or something with the car or other vehicle that you are driving. (birisine ya da bir şeye çarpmak) I ran into a Mercedes but nobody was hurt.

RUN(OUT OF):have none left, finish the supply by using / consuming. (tüketmek, bitirmek) I can’t make an omelette. We have run out of eggs. (=we don’t have any eggs) _ When I was driving to Uşak, I ran out of petrol at Kula.

SET(OFF/ OUT)(for) : start a journey (yola çıkmak) We set off / out at nine o’clock for Kuşadası and stayed there for three days. It was a good journey.

SET(UP):a) start a new business. (bir iş kurmak) My father gave me the money and I set up my own company.

SIT(UP): stay out of bed till later than usual( = STAY UP )(geç vakte kadar oturmak) There was a good match on TV last night so I sat up till 2:00 a.m.

STAND(FOR): (something) represent a word or phrase. What does THY stand for? _ It stands for Turkish Airlines.

STAY(UP): go to bed later than usual (= SIT UP) (geç vakte kadar oturmak) Children always want to stay up late. They don’t like sleeping at nights.

SHOW(UP): appear, come out (görünmek, gelmek) He didn’t show up at the party until 10:00 o’clock.

SPEAK(UP): speak louder (yüksek sesle konuşmak) Speak up, please. I can’t hear you.

TAKE(AFTER):look like, be like (benzemek) She takes after her mother. _ My brother is terribly forgetful and I take after him. I can hardly remember things.

TAKE(OFF):opposite of wear / put on (çıkarmak) When he goes home he always takes off his uniform and wears his casual clothes (takes his uniform off)

TAKE(UP): begin a hobby / sport / kind of study. Last year during the summer holiday I took up tennis. (took it up)

TALK(OVER): discuss. (tartışmak, mütalaa etmek) You have so many problems with your wife. To solve the problems you should talk them over with your wife. (talk your problems over / talk over your problems)

TELL SOMEBODY OFF(FOR)+Ving/noun:scold someone

My teacher tells us off for the smallest mistakes.

My teacher told me off for not doing my homework.

TRY(ON): put on / wear(clothing) to see if it fits / suits. I want to have this shirt but can I try it on?(try the shirt on)

TURN(ON / OFF): switch on / off (lights, gas, radios, taps, etc.) ( açmak / kapatmak) Turn on the TV. I want to watch the films. (turn the TV on) _ Turn off the lights before you go to bed. (turn the lights off)

TURN(UP / DOWN):a) increase / decrease the volume / pressure (sesini,seviye veya şiddetini açıp kapatmak/ alçaltıp yükseltmek), force (of a radio, gas, oil, light) = volume up / down of a radio. Turn down your radio. It may disturb the neighbours. (turn the sound down / turn it down)_ Turn down the extra lights. It is waste of your money. (turn them down) b) make an appearance. (görünmek) He turned up in İzmir.

WAIT(ON):serve (in a restaurant or at home) (servis yapmak, hizmet etmek) Who is going to wait on this table? (in a restaurant) We are waiting for a waiter.Who is waiting on us ?

WEAR something (OUT): become useless from use (eskitmek) I wear out my shoes very quickly when I play football.(wear my shoes out)

WEAR somebody (OUT): tire someone greatly, exhaust (yorgunluktan öldürmek) If you don’t stop working, you will wear yourself out. You have been working for 12 hours. (wear out yourself)

WORK(OUT):find the solution to a problem by deciding on details, find by calculating. (hesaplayarak ya da fikir yürüterek sonuca ulaşmak, çözmek) He used his calculator to work out the cost. (work the cost out) _ The police can’t work out how the thieves entered the building. _  I had worked out that it would cost over ten billion TL.

EXERCISE :( phrasal verbs)

Use the phrasal verbs to answer the questions (recover from, go up, turn on, look up, call in, take up, run out of, fill in, postpone, clean up. (Use past tense in the answers)) Example: What did you do with your jacket?_  I took it off. (took my jacket off)

1.What can you say about the prices?

…………………………………………………………………………………………..

2.Did you visit Alper?Yes,……………………………………………………………………………………………………

3.How is Ebru now? She was ill last week.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………….

4.Did you continue watching the match?  Yes,……………………………………………………………………..

5. Is the TV on now? Yes,…………………………………………………………………………………………………….

6. Have you got any eggs? No,………………………………………………………………………………………

7. What did you do with the mess?   …………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

8. Is your form ready? Yes,…………………………………………………………………………………………………

9. Will you have a meeting this afternoon? No,…………………………………………… till tomorrow.

10.Do you know how to play tennis? Yes,………………………………………………………….last year.

 

Key to the exercise: 1. They went up 2. Yes, I called in Alper 3. She recovered from illness 4. Yes, I went on watching it5. Yes, I turned it on (turned the TV on) 6. No, we ran out of eggs. 7. I cleaned it up (cleaned the mess up) 8. Yes, I filled in the form (filled the form in) 9. No, we postponed it till tomorrow 10. Yes, I took up tennis last year.

 

EXERCISE :( phrasal verbs)

 

Answer the questions using the phrasal verbs in brackets.

Example: a) Is the TV on? (off) _ No, it isn’t. It is off.

b) What did you do with the dishes? (wash up)

_ I washed them up (I washed up the dishes)

1. What will we do with the lights? (turn off) ………………………………………………………………………..

2. What did Hilal do with the towel? (hang up) ……………………………………………………………………..

3. What did you do with the mess? (clean up) ………………………………………………………………………..

4. How can I understand the meaning of this word? (look up) ………………………………………………….

5. What is she doing with the skirt? (try on) ………………………………………………………………………….

6. Did you give the form back? (fill in)  No,…………………………………………………………………….yet.

7. What shall I do with the candles on my cake? (blow out) …………………………………………………….

8. What are you going to do this afternoon? (call for/ my friend) ………………………………………………..

9. What did Haldun do? (break into)                                             ……………………………………………my house to steal my money.

10. Do you still smoke? (give up)             No,………………………………………………………………….. yesterday.

11. When will you leave for Kuşadası?(set off)I……………………………………………….at nine a.m.

12. Did you hear anything from Feride?(call up)

Yes, I…………………………………………….yesterday.

13. What is PTT ? (stand for)

……………………………………………………………………………..post office.

14. It is noisy here. What can we do? (turn down)

………………………………………………….your radio.

15. What must he do with his cigarette before he gets on the bus? (put out) ………………………………

 

 

Key to the exercise:Ayrılabilen phrasal verb ‘lerin diğer kullanım şekilleri parantez içinde gösterilmiştir.

1. We will turn them off. (turn off the lights) 2. She hung up the towel. (hung it up) 3. I cleaned up the mess. (I cleaned it up) 4. (You should) Look it up (look up the word) 5. She is going to try it on 6. No, I haven’t filled in the form yet. (filled the form in) 7. (You should) Blow out the candles (blow them out) 8. I’m going to call for my friend 9. He broke into my house to steal my money. 10. No, I gave up smoking yesterday. (gave it up)     11. We / I will set off at nine a.m. 12. Yes, I called up her yesterday. (called her up) 13. It stands for Post Office.   14. (You can) Turn down your radio. (turn your radio down) 15. He must put out his cigarette. (put his cigarette out)

 

 

EXERCISE :( Phrasal verbs)

Match the phrasal verbs with their definitions.

1. blow out                                            a) a short visit to a place

2. break into                                         b) register in a hotel

3. call at                                                c) extinguish

4. call for                                               d) complete a form

5. call up                                                e) enter a place by force

6. check into                                          f) find / see by chance

7. come across                                          g) visit a place to take somebody / something

8. fill in                                                  h) finish the supply by using

9. run out of                                         i) telephone somebody

10. take up                                             k) begin a hobby / sport

 

 

 

Key to the exercise:1.c,2.e,3.a,4.g,5.i,6.b,7.f,8.d,9.h,10.k

 

 

EXERCISE:( Phrasal verbs)

Re-write the sentences changing the underlined words with the ones in the box. There are some extra ones.

get over,  grow up,  stand in for (some one),  take off,    carry on,  set off (for),   turn out,knock down,  knock out,  give up,  pull off,  hurry up

 

 

 

 

 

1.  Our exam was hard but Tansel succeeded  in it.

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2.  The plane left (for Bursa) at 8:00 a.m.

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3.  Go faster. We have to catch the train.

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4.  Her husband died last year but she hasn’t forgotten her husband’s death.

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5.  Where did you become an adult?

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6.  My father and my sister are alike but I am like my mother.

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7.  There was an accident yesterday. It happened at Konak.

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8.  Our tutor was ill yesterday so Mr. Samson took the place of her.

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9.  Do you have a good relationship with your new roommate?

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10. They pulled down the old building because there were cracks on the walls.

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Key to the exercise: 1.Our exam was hard but Tansel pulled it off. ,  2. took off for Bursa 3. hurry up, 4. got over, 5. grow up, 6. take after, 7. turned out, 8. stood in for, 9. get on with, 10. knocked down

 

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THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE

THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE

 

Affirmative Form


YOU

(Sometimes)
GO
 

 

HOME BY CAR (once/twice/three times a week)

 

 

 

HE

SHE

IT

 


(never) 

(usually)

(always)

GOES
WE 

YOU

THEY

(often) 

(seldom)

GO

 

 

Question Form


DO

YOU

GO
 

HOME BY CAR?
 

 

 

DOES

 

 

HE

SHE

IT

 

GO

 

 

 

DO

 

 

WE

YOU

THEY

 

GO

 

Negative form


No, I don’t (go home by car)

No, he doesn’t (go home by car)

 

NOTE: In question and negative statements we use Do, DOES, DON’T (=do not) or DOESN’T (=does not) as a helping verb. In questions before the subjects and in negative sentences after the subjects we use a helping verb.

 

(Does and do can’t be used in positive forms.)

In Simple Present Tense we use s , es after the verb or helping verb when the subject is a third person singular ( he,she, or it)

Geniş zaman da olumsuz ve soru cümlelerinde özne üçüncü tekil şahıslardan birisi ( he, she, veya it) olduğu zaman “does” yardımcı fiili kullanılır. Olumlu cümlelerde ise   fiil ile  birlikte “s veya es” takısı kullanılır.

 

He doesn’t go to school on foot.

Does he go to school on foot ?

He goes to school on foot.

1- We use  The Simple Present Tense to talk about  repeated actions, habits ,likes and dislikes, and routines.

  • I always get up at nine o’clock
  • I don’t drink milk
  • My tutor likes tennis.

 

Sürekli tekrarlanan ve alışkanlık haline gelmiş olaylar,hoşlandığımız(hobilerimiz) veya hoşlanmadığımız işler  için GENİŞ ZAMAN kullanılır.

 

2- Proverbs ,natural events and general truths are used in this tense.

“ Science is the best policy in the world” (proverb)

K.ATATÜRK

  • Water consists of hydrogen and oxygen (general truth)
  • The Earth orbits the sun. (natural event)

 

Ata sözleri, genel doğrular ve doğa olayları Geniş  Zamanla  anlatılır.

 

3- Cinema, theatre, meeting,lesson,flight schedules,etc. are expressed in The Simple present Tense.

  • Our first lesson begins at 12:15 in the afternoon
  • The banks in İzmir open at 8:30 a.m.
  • The plane takes off at ten o’clock.

Sinema, tiyatro, ders ve toplantı saatleri, uçak kalkış ve iniş saatleri belirli bir zaman çizelgesine bağlı oldukları için geniş zamanla anlatılırlar.

 

4- The Simple Present Tense is used to talk about permanent (continuing for a long time) activities.

  • I live in Erzurum.
  • I have a good job.

(Kısa süreli olmayıp yapılması uzun zaman alan eylemler bu tense ile anlatılır)

 

5- For jobs and job activities, we use the Simple Present Tense.

  • I am a Tutor.(job)
  • Mr. Bilgin teaches English.(job activity)

Bir kimsenin  mesleği olarak  yaptığı işi ve mesleği geniş zamanla anlatır.

6- Headlines are written in the Simple Present Tense  but they express   past meaning.

  • Mr. Ecevit resigns.

Gazete, televizyon vb. haber  başlıklarında geniş zaman kullanılır fakat geçmiş zaman anlamına gelir.

7- When telling stories, the Simple Present Tense has a past meaning,

Hikaye anlatılırken kullanılır fakat geçmiş zaman anlamına gelir. ( Hikayeler genelde ya present yada past tense ile anlatılır).

The story begins in Karabağ.A tall man comes in. …………

8- The Simple Present tense has a Future meaning with a future tense time expression

 

  • He comes here tomorrow.

Gelecek zaman zarfıyla gelecek zaman olarak kullanılır.

 

Some common present tense time expressions :

Always, never, sometimes, frequently, seldom, rarely, occasionally, often, every ….., at nights, on Mondays, once/ twice/ three times  a day/ a week etc.. , from time to time, generally, mostly, normally,.. etc.

Yukarıdaki kelimeler geniş zamanı gösteren zaman zarflarıdırlar.Bir cümlede bunlardan birisinin olması ile o cümlenin geniş zamanlı cümle olduğunu anlayabiliriz.Bunedenle alıştırmalarda bu kelimelere dikkat ediniz

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