Have and Have Got

August 17, 2006

The differences between ‘have’ and ‘have got’ can be confusing for beginners. Here is a guide the two forms.

Remember these important points:

  • ‘Have’ and ‘Have got’ are used for possession.Example: Jack has got a beautiful house. OR Jack has a beautiful house.
  • Only ‘have’ is used when talking about actions.Example: I usually have breakfast at 8 o’clock. NOT I usually have got breakfast at 8 o’clock.
  • The question form for ‘have’ follows regular present simple:Example: Do you have a fast car? NOT Have you a fast car?
  • ‘Have’ and ‘Have got’ are only used in the present simple.
  • Use ‘have’ for the past simple or future forms.Example: She had a copy of that book.
  • There is no contracted form for ‘Have’ in the positive form. The contracted form is used for ‘have got’Example: I have a red bicycle. OR I’ve got a red bicycle. NOT I’ve a red bicycle.

Here is a grammar chart showing the construction of the two forms: Read the rest of this entry »

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Thanks God, I have some time to blog/write and share with you guys. Maybe these days, we don't have mood or maybe too moody.:( 

 I know some of you maybe already perfect about this Tense ( Future ). Let ride dude with me!!!

 Simple Future Tense

Of course it to simple, just add Will and it called future 🙂

Example : I will sing ( it to simple, isn't it? )
need some more… Read the rest of this entry »

Learning Time

June 20, 2006

Anyone heard about Phrasal Verbs. Seem alotof people using it though.But how to use it??that make me wonder either, nothing we can say/speak/talk if dunno how to it…Let make up your mind and learn this by heart that this term is easy if we know the rules and term

let's move on Read the rest of this entry »

Lesson Learnt

June 12, 2006

SO What'Up Dude!! Thank for those who emailed me for the feedback.THANK you so much,
i'll do the best to make this Blog COOL eva.

Just want to share with you my experience how can I slowly write and speak english….But not Perfect as MAT SALLEH..but i rate myself as beginner moving forward to intermediate..

My English is not good when i was in high school. and How i start!!! Read the rest of this entry »

Future

June 12, 2006

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Lor..Dah lame i tak BLOG..sorry for that, it's because i've to attend some Wedding ceremony during the last weekend. and you Know what, at the end i got "CIRIT-BIRIT"(too much eating).. Ok now, i'm Back. Read the rest of this entry »

Using Simple Grammar

June 12, 2006

At last i need to put some easy lesson about Grammar. Nervermind..hope this will help some of you out there..

Mungkin kiter kene pergi ke BASIC..but still i'm not really believe on this ( language only huh!!)
But..jauh di sudut ati..Grammar nie kene ada gaklaa..sbb penting.. Read the rest of this entry »

Using Simple Grammar

June 12, 2006

At last i need to put some easy lesson about Grammar. Nervermind..hope this will help some of you out there..

Mungkin kiter kene pergi ke BASIC..but still i'm not really believe on this ( language only huh!!)
But..jauh di sudut ati..Grammar nie kene ada gaklaa..sbb penting..

VERBS

Verbs are sometimes described as "action words". This is partly true. Many verbs give the idea of action, of "doing" something. For example, words like run, fight, do and work all convey action.

But some verbs do not give the idea of action; they give the idea of existence, of state, of "being". For example, verbs like be, exist, seem and belong all convey state.

mcm biasa kalu tak mengerti makna-kata ayat diatas…just copy and paste it to http://www.linguamatix.com/linguaweb/index.jsp

TENSES

Jum kiter jenguk-jenguk PRESENT TENSES dulu..ok tak??
nie sumer kategori2nyer

Present : Simple, Continuous, Perfect Simple, Perfect Continuous

Simple Present Tense
cth : I sing

RULE : subject + auxiliary verb(kata kerja bantu) + main verb

+ (I, you, we, they) like coffee.
(He, she, it) likes coffee.

– (I, you, we, they) do not like coffee.
(He, she, it) does not like coffee.

? Do ( I, you, we, they) like coffee?
Does (he, she, it) like coffee?

this color : positive sentences
this color : negative sentences
this color : questions sentences

Korang paham tak erk??…i just wondering maybe this is to much for the Beginner. Nevermind, that's why i give you my mail here or just ask it @ShoutBOX tuh

+ (I) am French.
(You, we, they) are French.
(He, she, it) is French.

– (I ) am not old.
(You, we, they) are not old.
(He, she, it) is not old.

? Am (I) late?
Are (you, we, they) late?
Is (he, she, it) late?

this color : positive sentences
this color : negative sentences
this color : questions sentences

We use the simple present tense when:

  1. the action is general
  2. the action happens all the time, or habitually, in the past, present and future
  3. the action is not only happening now
  4. the statement is always true

Look at these examples:

I live in New York.
The Moon goes round the Earth.
John drives a taxi.
He does not drive a bus.
We do not work at night.
Do you play football?