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"present" - 932 õppematerjali

present - day capitals of England and Scotland stand on or near these two ancient trade centres. For money the Celts used iron bars, until they began to copy the Roman coins they saw used in Gaul (France). According to the Romans, the Celtic men wore shirts and breeches (short trousers) and striped or checked cloaks fastened by a pin. It is possible that the Scottish dress and tartan developed from this cloak.

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Present Tenses.

The Present Simple is the most basic tense in the English language. It is an interesting tense because it can be used Present Simple to express the future. Generally, though, we use it to Basic form describe the present activities or to talk about routines or Subject + Verb + -s (present form)  John lives in New York.  We play football every day.  You are really kind.  The meeting starts at 3 PM. Use the Present Simple:  with state verbs.  to talk about situations in life that last a relatively long time.  when an event is certain to happen in the future.

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Present simple, present continious - reeglistik

Repeated/habitual actions especially with George always plays football on always, usually etc. Saturday afternoons. (= He does that every Saturday Afternoon.) Timetables/programmes with a future The train leaves at 10.05 on Tuesday meaning. Reviews/sports commentaries/dramatic The basketball player shoots and the ball narrative goes in the basket. Time expressions used with present simple: Every day/week/month/year, usually, sometimes, always, rarely, never, often, on Monday, in the morning, evening, etc. Present Continuous (to be + verb -ing) Present Continuous is used for... Example Temporary situations I am paying off my car loan this month Frequently repeated actions with always, He is always leaving his dirty clothes on constantly expressing annoyance or the floor! criticism

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Present Continuous and present simple

Present continuous and present simple We use present continuous For actions that we have already arranged to do in the near future, especially when the time has been decided.  I’m coming back next Monday.  What are you doing tomorrow evening? We use present simple For events that always happen at certain time, or are part of timetable.  The supermarket closes at 9 p.m.  His plane arrives at four o’clock tomorrow afternoon. After if in conditional sentences (type I).  If you leave home at 7.30, you will be on time. Ekke Kaha

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Present Continuous

PRESENT CONTINUOUS Klaarika Kaljula 9a Use 1.Present actions 2.Temporary actions 3.Longer actions in progress 4.Future (personal) arrangements and plans 5.Trends 6.Irritation 1.Present Actions Happening at the moment of speaking Most often, we use the Present Continuous tense to talk about actions happening at the moment of speaking. Ex. He is eating a dinner. Mary is talking with her friends. They are swimming in the pool. Stative Verbs There is a certain group of verbs that usually does not appear in the Continuous form. They are called Stative Verbs, and if used in the Continuous form, they have a different meaning. Ex. I think you look pretty today. Meaning: Opinion I'm thinking of moving to San Francisco. Meaning: Act

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Present Perfect

Present Perfect: + I/ You/ We/ They have visited them/ Key words: ever, never, since, yet, spoken to them already, this week, today He/She/It has visted them/spkoken to Millal kasutatakse? Tegevus, mis sai them alguse minevikus ja kestab olevikus või lõppes lähiminevikus ja väljendab _ I/You/We/They haven't visited them kogemust them/ spoken to them Example Sentence: He has fixed the He/She/It hasn't visited them/ spoken to light. She has broken the vase. He has them been side since Saturday. ? Have You/We/They visited them/ spoken to them? Has He/She/It visited them/ spoken to them? Past simple: + I/You/He/She/We/They visted friend Key words: yesterday, ago, last week, in last weekend 2012 I/Y...

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Grammar-present simple and present continuous

nice car. Juhul kui küsimus algab küsisõnaga (when, where, how, why, what), järgneb küsisõnale alati abitegusõna DO või DOES. Jaatav lause Küsiv lause Eitav lause I live in Tallinn. Do I live in Tallinn? I do not live in Tallinn. You live in Tallinn. He lives in Tallinn. She lives in Tallinn. It lives in Tallinn. We live in Tallinn. You live in Tallinn. They live in Tallinn. PRESENT CONTINUOUS ­ Kestev olevik 1. Kõnemomendil või Tom is drinking tea now. käesoleval ajaperioodil Miis Black is writing a toimuvat tegevust. new novel. 2. Sageli korduvat Mary is always nagging. tegevst (eriti määrsõnadega always, continually), mida kõneleja heaks ei kiida. 3. Lähimas tulevikus I am meeting Jim toimuvat tegevust, mis tonight. He is taking me on ette kavatsetud, to the cinema. kokku lepitud.

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Present Perfect ja Present Perfect Continuous

Inglise keel! 1.heard- kuulma 2.decide-otsustama 3.carried-hoos 4.found-leitud 5.before-enne 6.while-sel ajal 7.after-pärast 8.until-kuni

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Present perfect and Present perfect continious

Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous Table of Contents Present Perfect Simple.............................................................................2 When to use the Present Perfect Simple ...........................................2 Present Perfect Continuous ...................................................................3 When to use the Present Perfect Continuous..................................4 Time expressions with Present Perfect...............................................5 Present Perfect Simple The Present Perfect is the present tense of have + a past participle I have washed / I’ve washed you have written /you’ve written he/she/it has worked /he’s/she’s/it’s worked we have forgotten /we’ve forgotten they have gone /they’ve gone

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Inglise keele ajavormide tabel

Inglise keeles Eesti keeles + -/? Usage Näited 1. Present Simple Lihtolevik I ajavorm Do, don't, does, doesn't A permanent state, a generally Every day, always, often, (He, she, it + -s) known fact, usual or repeated usually, sometimes, rarely,

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Irregular verbs

IRREGULAR VERBS INFINITIVE SIMPLE SIMPLE PRESENT PAST PRESENT PAST PARTICIPLE PARTICIPLE (for he, she, or it, (Use with is or was to refer (Use with have or had) add "s" in present to a continuing action) tense) TO ARISE arise arose arising arisen TO AWAKE awake awoke awaking awoken TO BEAR bear bore bearing borne, born TO BEAT beat beat beating beaten

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Ajavormid

Ing Present Simple Present Progressive/Continuous (lihtolevik) (kestev olevik) I vorm (play) am JAATAV he is I vorm+ing (playing) she I vorm+s (plays) are it do not I vorm (don't play) am

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Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect, Present Perfect Continuous,Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect

Present Simple I Make Do not make Do I make? (lihtolevik) He/she/it Speaks Does not speak Does they go? We/you/they Do not go Do not go Present Continuous I am speaking Am not speaking Am I speaking? (kestev olevik) He/she/it is going Is not going Is he going? We/you/they are making Are not making Are you making? Present Perfect I Have asked Have not asked Have I asked? (täisminevik) He/she/it Has gone Has not gone Has she gone? We/you/they Have made Have not made Have they made? Present Perfect I have been asking Have not been asking Have I been asking? Continuous (kestev He/she/it has been going Has not been going Has he been go...

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Present Simple - Lihtolevik

Present Simple ­ Lihtolevk Spikker: +(jaatav) 1.põhivorm + (e)s -> he, she, it -(eitav) do(does) + not + 1.põhivorm ?(küsiv) do(does) + 1.põhivorm I do You do He, She, It does We do You do They do Do, Does = abitegusõnad. Abitegusõna Do, Does kasutatakse ainult eitavas ja küsilauses. 1) 3.pöördes lisatakse lõppu ­es, kui sõna lõpus on tähed ­ss,-sh,-ch,-x,-o nt: he does , he goes , he misses , he watches , he mixes . 2) 3.pöördes y -> muutub -> ies, kui y ees on kaashäälik nt: study ­ studies 3) 3.pöördes y -> ys , kui y ees on täishäälik. Present Simple ­ Lihtolevik väljendab: 1. Korduvat tegevust! 2. Püsivat olukorda! 3. Sõiduplaanide ja ajagraafikutega seotud tulevikku! 4. Tegevust mingil ajal! 5. Kõigile tuntud fakte! SPIKKERSÕNAD: 1) always - alati,2) sometimes ­ vahepeal,3) seldom ­ harva,4) usually ­ tavaliselt, 5) often ­ tihti,6) once a week ­ kord nädalas,7) twice a day ­ kakskorda päevas, 8) three t...

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Present Perfect Simple

Present Perfect Simple The present perfect simple expresses an action that is still going on or that stopped recently, but has an influence on the present. It puts emphasis on the result. Form of Present Perfect Positive Negative Question I / you / we / the I have spoken. I have not spoken. Have I spoken? y he / she / it He has spoken. He has not spoken. Has he spoken? For irregular verbs, use the participle form (see list of irregular verbs, 3rd column). For regular verbs, just add "ed". Exceptions in Spelling when Adding `ed' Exceptions in spelling when adding ed Example

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The present continuous

We use the present continuous to talk about: 1. Something which is happening at the moment of speaking. I'm reading the Grammar referance page. 2. Something which is happening around now but not necessarily at the moment of speaking. I'm reading a lot of detective novels these days. 3. A changing situation. Computers are getting faster and faster. 4. Something which happens often and annoys us. My boss is always asking me to stay late. The present simple We use the present simple to talk about: 1. A routine or a habit. Jim always sets the alarm for 7.30. 2. Facts which stay the same for a long time. I have a friend who lives in London. She works in a museum. 3. Something which is always true. Ice melts when you heat it. Verbs not normally used in the continuous form 1. Some verbs are not normally used in the coniuous. These verbs are often connected with our thoughts and the feelings

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The Present Continuous

The Present Continuous What is Present Continuous The present continuous tense is formed from the present tense of the verb be and the present participle (-ing form) of a verb. Form am/is/are + verb + “ing” Examples: I am watching TV. He/she/it is watching TV. They/we/you are watching TV. How to use Present Countinuous When we use Present Continuous Use We use the present continuous tense to talk about the present: ● for something that is happening at the moment ● for something which is happening before and after a given time NB! Words what ends with -e: Make Making Invite Inviting

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Lihtolevik - Present Simple

LIHTOLEVIK ­ Present Simple I, you, we, they + I pv N: I work every day He, she, it + I pv + -s (-es) N: He works every day. Küsiv ja eitav vorm moodustatakse abitegusõnade do, does (he, she, it) abil. N: küsiv- Do you work every day? Eitav- No, I do not (don't) work every day. Lõppu -es kasutatakse ainsuse 3. isiku puhul: · kui sõna lõpus on pass ­ passes -ss, -sh, -ch, -x push ­ pushes wach ­ watches mix ­ mixes · o-lõpulistes tegusõnades do ­ does ...

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Future forms(4)

FUTURE FORMS(4) The Present Progressive Be going to Future Simple The Present Simple Etteplaneeritud tulevik (kavatsema) 1.väljendab kõne ajal toimuvat graafikud, plaanid E.g. We are having a test next 1. etteplaneeritud tulevik otsust E.g. The play sarts at Tuesday. E.g. We are going to have a test next Tuesday. E.g. I´ll get it. 7 tomorrow. 2. ennustus mingi vihje põhjal 2

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Passives

PRESENT SIMPLE PASSIVES am/is/are + verbi III vorm PAST SIMPLE PASSIVE was/were + verbi III põhivõrm FUTURE SIMPLE PASSICE will + be + verbi III põhivorm PRESENT PERFECT PASSIVE has/have + been + verbi II põhivorm PAST PERFECT PASSIVE had + been + verbi III põhivorm PRESENT PROGRESSIVE PASSIVE am/is/are + being + verbi III põhivorm PAST PROGRESSIVE PASSIVE was/were + being + verbi III põhivorm

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English grammar tenses intro

  Väidetavalt on üle poole inglise keele sõnavarast mitte anglo- saksi päritolu, ehk siis laenatud – kontrolli hoolega, kas ‘sympathy’ ikka tähendab ‘sümpaatiat! kaastunne Aari Juhanson, MA 2009 Tenses – Tegusõna ajad • Olevik (Present) • Minevik (Past) • Tulevik (Future) • Kaudne tulevik (Future-in-the-Past) Aari Juhanson, MA 2009 Present Tenses • Lihtolevik (Present Simple / Present Indefinite) – regulaarne, korduv tegevus • Kestev olevik (Present Progressive / Present Continuous) – pooleliolev, ühes tükis tegevus • Täisminevik !!! (Present Perfect) – tehtud, *lõpetamata* tegevus • Kestev täisminevik (Present Perfect Progressive) – äsja tehtud (tagajärjed veel näha), ka veel kestev tegevus Aari Juhanson, MA 2009 Present Simple • Korduv, regulaarne tegevus:

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Lihtolevik ja kestevolevik. Present Simple ja Present count.

Lihtoleviku moodustamine Jaatav vorm Eitav vorm Küsiv vorm I make I do not make Do I make? He/she/it speaks He/she/it does not speak Does he/she/it speak? Do We/you/they go We/you/they do not go go? we/you/they NB! ERANDID! · Verbidele, mis lõpevad ­ss, -h, -ch, -tch, -x või ­o-ga, lisatakse ainsuse kolmdandas pöördes ­es. he does he goes he misses he watches he mixes · Verbid, mis lõpevad ­y-ga, mille ees on konsonant, muudavad y i-ks enne ­es lisamist. fly ­ he flies carry ­ he carries Võrdle: say ­ he says Lihtolevik väljendab: ...

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Ajamääruste tabel

Present Simple Past Simple Present Continuous Past Continuous Going To Future I pv IIpv I AM I was/where +ing I am + going to + I pv (he,she,it) I pv +S (õpiku taga! ­ED) He/She/it is + ing He/she/is was +ing He/she/it is+ going to +I pv We /they ARE +ING You/we/they were +ing You/we/they are+ going to +I

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Future vormid

"when" · If you're not sure · Is doing something Be-going-to future GOING + TO + BE · Proofs, evident (storm is going to hit soon) · Causes of time · Condition Present Simple · Express future ­ anything, it's possible, everything, it's important · Timetables · Arrangement · (not serious, Present Continuous Be + ing unimportant) plans

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The Present Simple - Lihtolevik

The Present Simple Lihtolevik Moodustamine: Jaatav lause Eitav lause Ksiv lause I pv DO + not + I pv Do + I pv I pv + (e)s -3. pre ainsus DOES + not + I pv Does + I pv I work hard every day. I do not work hard every day. Do I work hard every day? You work hard every day. You do not work hard every day. Do you work hard every day? He/she/It works hard every day. He/She/It does not work hard every day. Does he/she/it work hard every day? We work hard every day. We do not work hard every day. Do we work hard every day? You work hard every day. You do not work hard every day. Do you work hard every day? They work hard every day. They do not work hard every day. Do they work hard every day? NB! Lihtoleviku moodustamisel kasutatakse tegusna ma-tegevusnime v...

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Irregular Verbs (Present-Past)

Irregular Verbs simple past be was/were become became begin began blow blew break broke build built buy bought catch caught come came cost cost cut cut do did drink drank drive drove eat ate feel felt find found fly flew forget forgot freeze froze get got give gave go went have had hear heard hit hit hold held hurt hurt keep kept know knew lay laid lead led leave left lend lent let let lie lied lose lost make made meet met pay paid put put read read ride rode ring rang run ran say said see saw sell sold send sent show showed sit sat sleep slept speak spoke spend spent s...

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Kestev olevik - Present Continuous

/ I am;he, she, it is;we, you they are / -ing vorm Küsiv vorm moodustatakse sõnajärje muutumise teel ja eitav vorm not lisamisega peale BE vormi: N: Jaatav- He is reading. Küsiv- Is he reading? Eitav- He is not (isn't) reading. Märksõnad: now (paregu) at present (praegu) at the present moment (käesoleval tehtkel) at the moment (käesoleval hetkel) N : The children are sleeping now. (Lapsed magavad praegu.) At present he is working in the garden. (Praegu ta töötav aias.) ING-vorm moodustatakse tegusõna simesest põhivormist (s.t. infinitiivist) lõpu -ing lisamisega : work + ing = working, help + ing = helping Sealjuures:

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Present Simple & Continuous

.. It Does she / he work here? ­ Yes, she / he does. / No, she / he doesn't. Time expressions always often not often never usually normally rarely sometimes occasionally hardly ever when after before unless in case as soon as until Uses - for permanent facts - for actions and situations which are generally true - for habits and routines PRESENT CONTINUOUS bebe++ ­ing ing I am (I'm) You are (you're) She/He/It is (she's/he's/it's) (not) + working here. We are (we're) They are (they're) Are you working here? ­ Yes, I am. / No, I'm not. Is he working here? ­ Yes, he is. / No, he isn't. Time expressions now currently at the moment these days nowadays right now Uses

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Present and past tenses

Olevik: PS ­ He/she/it + -s /Does I/you/we sama /Do PC ­ am/is/are + -ing PP ­ ... + Have/has + III PPC ­ ... + Have/has been + -ing Minevik: PS ­ -ed/III PC ­ Was/were + -ing PP ­ I/she/it/you/they + Had + -ed/III PPC - ... + had + been + -ing PPS - ... + have/has + III Olevik: Present Simple ­ Lihtolevik: Tegijale harjumuspärane, tihti korduv tegevus, loodusseadused, sõiduplaanid, püsiv olukord. Eevery day/month/ year/once ­ twice a week /often/ usually/ always/seldom/never. Tulevikku väljendades pärast: when, after, as soon as, until. Olekut väljendavate tegusõnadega: Like, love, hate, enjoy, prefer, adore; See, hear, smell, taste, feel, look, sound; Know, believe, understand, realise, remember, forget, notice, recognise, think, seem; Be, contain, include, belong, need, cost, mean, want, have, wish, own. He/she/it + -s /Does I/you/we sama /Do Present Continuous ­ Kestev olevik: Tegevus toimub praegu. Tegevus toimub lähiajal....

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Present Tenses‏ - Kehtivad ajavormid

Present Tenses - Kehtivad ajavormid Sõnade järjekord jutustavas lauses inglise keelse on alati ühesugune : Alus(Kes?Mis?), Öeldis (Mida teeb?), Sihitis(mida?keda?), kohamäärus ( Kus? ), Ajamäärus ( Millal? ), Viisimäärus ( Kuidas ? ). Küsilause järjekord: Abiteg , tegija , põhiteg . Jaatav lause: Yes , Tegija , abiteg. Eitav lause: No, tegija, abiteg. Present Simple: Abiteg: Do/Does. Jutustav lause : Nt . I never gome to school late . Jaatav lause: nt. Yes she does/ Yes I do . Eitav lause: nt . No, he doesn't/ No, i don't . põhitegusõna jääb eitavas ja küsivas lauses samaks . Sellepärast , et Do-d kasutatakse I ja you korral . Does kasutatakse He , She, It korral . Present Continous: Abiteg: am, is, are. Jutustav lause: nt. I am writwning now . Jaatav lause: Yes I am/ Yes they are/ Yes He is Eitav lause:No, I'm not/No they aren't/ No he isn't Eitavas ja küsivas lauses on põhitegusõna ing vormiga . Sellepärast, et ...

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Past and Present tenses

PRESENT SIMPLE (lihtolevik) Form: 1st form (+s) Use: 1. Things in general. Nurses look after patients in hospitals. 2. Things that happen all the time or repeatedly. She usually goes away at weekends. 3. Laws of nature (things that are true in general). The sun rises in the east. 4. Timetable events. The train leaves at 6.50 p.m. Negative form: I don't (do not) normally eat my lunch here. He doesn't (does not) like this film at all. Question form: Do you live here? How often does it rain around here? Signal words: always, every day/month, never, normally, often, seldom, sometimes, usually etc. PRESENT CONTINUOUS/PROGRESSIVE (kestev olevik) Form: am/is/are + ing Use: 1. Unfinished actions happening at or around the time of speaking. Listen! Somebody is crying. They are building a new bridge in our town....

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Present simple and continious

Present Simple and Continuous Table of Contents Present Simple ..................................................................... 2 The spelling of endings in the Present Simple ....................... 2 When to use the Present Simple ........................................... 3 The verb 'be' ......................................................................... 4 Present Continuous.............................................................. 5 The spelling of endings in the Present Continuous................ 5 When to use the Present Continuous.................................... 6 State verbs and event (action or dynamic) verbs ................... 7 Present Simple

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Inglise keele grammatika reeglid

1. Active/Passive Active - the professor teaches the students. Passive - The students are taught by the professor 2. Present Simple [VERB] + s/es in third person. Tegevus on korduv või tavapärane. You speak English. I play tennis. Cats like milk. The train leaves tonight at 6 PM. I am here now. Active= Once a week, Tom cleans the car. Passive= Once a week, the car is cleaned by Tom. 3. Present Continuous [am/is/are + present participle]. Tegevus toimub/ei toimu praegusel hetkel. You are watching TV. You are learning English now. I am studying to become a doctor. I am meeting some friends after work. Active= Right now, Tom is writing the letter. Passive= Right now, the letter is being written by Tom. 4. Past Simple [VERB+ed] or irregular verbs. Tegevus algas/lõppes minevikus täpsel ajal. . You called Debbie. I saw a movie yesterday. I finished work, walked to the beach, and found a nice place to swim

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Ajad, reeglid

,,I met him yesterday" 2. Used To, mineviku harjumused. ,,I used to play tennis." Past Continius (kestev minevik) was/were + ing Kasutus: When, while, as Tegevus: 1. ajutised sündmused. 2. 2 või enam tegevust ,,While i was reading, he was garding." 3. minevikus katkestatud tegevus ,,I was having a shower, when the phone rang." 4. konktreetne kellaaeg minevikus ,, I was watching TV yesterday at 5!" Present Perfect (täisminevik,olevikuaeg) have/has + III pv. Kasutus: Never, ever, already, yet, before, since, for. Tegevus: 1. tegevused alg. Minevik -> now ,,I have been a teacher for 5 years." 2. mineviku situatsiooni resultaat olevikus ,,I have lost my purse." 3. kogemused ,,Have you been in USA?" Have Gone ­ Have Been Go Verbid: She has gone to Austria ( Ta läks Austriasse.) She has been to Austria ( Ta on käinud Austrias.)

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Ajavormid - 6 ajavormi

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Art of Healing: present and future

Art of Healing: present and future Health is very important for people. They try to keep themselves healthy because otherwise they would feel miserable. People watch carefully what they eat and many go to regular check-ups. But still people get ill, even the healthiest people catch a cold sometimes. Nothing can prevent accidents to happen. The people who are ill or some kind of an accident has happened to them need help. Medicine is the science and art of healing. It is a science because it is based on knowledge gained through careful study and experimentation. Medicine develops very quickly. Nowadays the doctors can do almost anything they want. Egyptian doctors began to specialize in 2500 B.C. At that time they were already quite skilful. When a man lost a limb there was a big possibility that he would lose too much blood and die or get a blood poisoning before that time. Now the doctors can ...

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Presenting arguments

3. There are three points I'd like to make... 3. PRESENTING A NUMBER OF ARGUMENTS First of all, Britain is unique in its transport history. Firstly, what do you do about miscarriages of justice? Well, firstly I'm an agnostic - I don't know whether or not God exists.... Well, firstly we need to take an interest in developing countries instead of just competing with rich countries. To begin with, most women and men want the right to work. I'd start by rationing petrol to cut out unnecessary car journeys. For a start, it would have to be a mixed school and not a boarding establishment. There're two points here. Firstly, the cost to the environment. Think of all the rain forests. Secondly, the advertiser may pay, but the costs are passed on to the consumer. There are two problems here. Some of these homes are a long way from bus routes. Moreover, bus services ...

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Perfect, past continious

past simple past continious +2. pv +was/were + 1. pv + ing - I did not play -was/were + not ? did + 1. pv ? was were + ing täishäälik + kaashäälik siis kaashäälik kahekordistub -ed ees y muutub iks e kaob ära kui vaja lisada ing nt write-writing using points 1. lõpetatud tegevus 2.lseeria 3.mingisugusel ajahetkel lõpetatud tegevus 4.hobi või tegevus minevikus past continious 1.vahelesegatud tegevus 2. kindel aeg vahele segajana 3. parralleersed tegevused (while) 4. õhkkonna kirjeldamine palju tegevusi 5. korduv ärritav tegevus present perfect past perfect + have/has + 3. pv +had + 3. pv - have/has not + 3.pv -had + not + 3pv ?havve/has enne tegijat + 3. pv ? had enne tegijat + 3.pv using points 1. täpsustamata aeg enne praegust , a)kogemus b)ajavältel muutund tegevus c)...

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Priorities of Estonian History

01.12.14 The Priorities of Estonian Historical Research As a result of multiple nations having ruled over Estonian lands, Estonian history has been written from multiple perspectives. Often, religion, politics, and personal motives have fashioned history into what its authors wanted it to be. People have written from a multiplicity of perspectives. It should be one Estonian historical research's greatest priorities to distance itself from this, to seek after holistic, balanced accounts of the past. Early chronicles of Estonian history illustrate this diversity of perspective. Johann Renner, a Baltic German, held his own people in high esteem, deeming them the people of God. He implied this when he wrote that God would save His people from the hand of Gog. He seems to indicate that Gog was the Muscovite people. Perhaps the ...

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Verbid

past present future SIMPLE + I did sing I do sing I will sing do + base verb I sang I sing (except future: I did not I do not sing I will not sing will + base sing verb) ? Did I sing? Do I sing? Will I sing? SIMPLE + I had sung I have sung I will have sung PERFECT I had not I have not I will not have have + past sung sung sung participle ? Had I Have I sung? Will I have sung? sung? CONTINUO + I was Iam singing I will be singing singing US Iwas not I am not I will not be be + -ing singing singing ...

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Curriculum Vitae

Muru 2c Pärnu 80012 Estonia Tel: 5985 4027 e-mail: [email protected] Objective: To coach professional football players. Career: Main coach at Karhu Kauhajoki July 2005 to present Finland, Kauhajoki __________________________________________________________________________ Internet payment service founder January 2001 to present coded whole site and service Education: Graduated body culture school in Denmark September 2003 ­ May 2006

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Conditional sentences

Conditional sentences ­ tingiv kõneviis Type 0 (the zero conditional, the present condition) Kasutatakse selleks, et väljendada üldist tõde või teaduslikku fakti. Nende lausete puhul on võimalik kasutada sõna 'if' asemel sõna 'when.' If-clause main clause If /When + present simple, present simple If/ When you drop an egg, it breaks. Kui sa pillad muna maha, läheb see katki. If my sister eats too much, she gets fat. (See juhtub alati.) Kui mu õde sööb liiga palju, läheb ta paksuks. Type 1 (the first conditional, the will-condition) Kasutatakse selleks, et rääkida tõelisest või väga tõenäolisest olukorrast olevikus või tulevikus. If-cl main cl If + present simple, future simple, imperative, can/must/may etc + bare infinitive (verb)

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Do beauty contests serve a purpose in present society

Different people are good at different things. Some people are excellent swimmers, some play baseball, some can draw, sing, dance or are extremely smart. But then there are also people whose talent is to be unbelieveably beautiful. Everybody wants to be the best at what they like to do. For developing people attend competitions. Some of the competitions can be useful for bigger amount of people than only for them who compeed COMPETITORS ON SEE SÕNA. For example smart people try to create a new cure for some scary illness. The winner manages to do that and everybody is happy and there are more healthy people in the world. But then there are also sports competitions which are good for entertainment but thereARE no actual benefits coming from them. At the same time people like it very much and are happy to attend and KAASA ELADA. ATHLETES can do what they are the best at. I think that beauty contests are for pretty people. If someone's goa...

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Past tenses

• Lõpetatud tegevus: I already CALLED them today. (I’m not going to call again!) Which countries did you VISIT? (You’re back …) BUT: Which countries have you VISITED so far? (You’re not back yet or you travel regularly …) • Jutustused, mineviku sündmuste kirjeldus: Once upon a time there LIVED a Garfield who HAD many friends. The first one WAS Odie, … • 2pv; ?/- DID + 1pv Created by Aari Juhanson, MA 2009 • NB! Harjuta Past Simple ja Present Perfect erinevusi siin: http://prperf-spast.weebly.com Past Progressive • Minevikus pooleliolnud/pooleliolev tegevus: S/he WAS TALKing on the phone when you CAME. He WAS already SLEEPing when Odie CAME. • Ajutine, regulaarsele ja tavapärasele vastanduv tegevus (tulevikku viitav): This summer they WERE not GROWing cucumbers as usual. They WERE GROWing tomatoes instead. • “WHILE” – “sel ajal kui” The guests ARRIVED while we WERE still

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Conditionals

.) Conditionals ­ (...) If I were you, I would apologise. If I were you, I would apologise. I would apologise if I were you. I would apologise if I were you. There are 4 types of conditionals: 0,1,2,3 There are 4 types of conditionals: 0,1,2,3 Type 0. Type 0. If + Present Simple (V1(s/es)), ____ Present Simple (V1(s/es)) If + Present Simple (V1(s/es)), ____ Present Simple (V1(s/es)) · General truths, scientific facts · General truths, scientific facts Ex: If you heat water, it boils. Ex: If you heat water, it boils. Type 1. Type 1.

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The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde Oscar Wilde is one of the most iconic figures from late Victorian society. Enjoying a meteoric rise to the top of society, his wit, humour and intelligence shine through his plays and writings. Oscar Wilde was born on 16th October 1854 in Dublin, Ireland. His parents were well known and attracted a degree of gossip for their extravagant lifestyles. Oscar Wilde proved to be a student of great talent. He was awarded a scholarship to Trinity College Dublin. Here he studied the classics, in particular developing an interest in the Greek philosophers and the Hellenistic view of life. He also really cherished his youth, which probably was the inspiration for the book The picture of Dorian Gray. "To get back my youth I would do anything in the world, except take exercise, get up early or be respectable." - Oscar Wilde The picture of Dorian Gray This book talks about a young man called Dorian Gray, who doesn't age. Instead a po...

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Inglise keele struktuur

c) Case: The term case applies in the first instance to a system of inflectional forms of a noun that serve to mark the function of an NP relative to the construction containing it. Distinctions of case mark the structural and semantic functions of noun phrases within sentences. Common Case and Genitive Case Plain and Genitive case Forms: boy boys boy's boys' child child's children children's Semantic functions of 's: We can use sentential or phrasal analogues to present the different meanings. 1) possessive genitive: the boy's car 2) partitive genitive: the man's head, the baby's eyes 3) subjective genitive: the boy's application 4) objective genitive: the thief's arrest 5) genitive of origin: the student's letter 6) local or locative genitive: the butcher's (shop) 7) genitive of measure: an hour's walk, ten days' absence 8) descriptive or classifying genitive: a man's voice 4. Pronouns: pronoun subclasses

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Tegusõna aktiiv + passiiv + tuleviku vormid

TEGUSÕNA PASSIIVI AJAD Present Present Simple Continuous Present Perfect AM + BEING + III HAVE/HAS + BEEN + OLEVIK AM/IS/ARE + III pv pv III pv nt. I am often invited to nt.She is being nt. They have been parties. manipulated. silenced by her sharp tongue. Passiivi

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Filmikirjeldus "Due Date"

My favourite film My favourite film is Due Date. Due Date is a 2010 American comedy road film directed by Todd Phillips, cowritten by Alan R. Cohen, Alan Freedland, and Adam Sztykiel, and starring Robert Downey, Jr. and Zach Galifianakis. The film was released on November 5, 2010. Peter Highman is on his way home from Atlanta to Los Angeles to be present at the birth of his first child. Ethan was in Atlanta because his father died and he attended the furial which was held in Atlanta. On his way home Peter meets Ethan Tremblay who wants to become an actor in Hollywood. Right from that moment when Peter met Ethan they had a lots of problems: they got black listed from the airport, so they had rented a car and as their luggage was sent to Los Angeles by plane they did not have any money. Since they had no

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US History: Native Americans and the first settlements

Notions for The New World Native Americans Origin of Native Americans Nearly one-third of Native American genes come from west Eurasian people linked to the Middle East and Europe, rather than entirely from East Asians as previously thought, according to a newly sequenced genome. Native peoples of North and South America descended from ancestors who arrived via land bridges from East Asia, possibly in a single migration. Different tribes and their way of life The men were hunters, warriors, and protectors, while the women tended to the children, their homes, and farmed. It depended on the tribe when it came to artwork. In some tribes, the men would actually weave baskets and blankets. Natural foods were consumed and hunted. Deer, buffalo, fish, and various birds were the game of choice. Corn, beans, squash, berries, nuts, and melons were the fruits and vege...

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Turkey and the European Union

Tallinn University TURKEY AND THE EUROPEAN UNION Tallinn 2013 INTRODUCTION The accession negotiations and the forthcoming Turkish accession present challenges to both Turkey and the EU. It is widely accepted that Turkey's accession would be different from previous enlargements because of the combined impact of Turkey's population, size, geographical location, economic, security and military potential. The case of Turkey will be different and more challenging from previous accessions for a number of reasons, some of them are presented below. Turkey is a country with a large population and geographic area. With a population of

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