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Passiv

  1. 1. IDAS GRAMMATIKSKOLA Passivkonstruktioner på engelska
  2. 2. Läs de här meningarna och fundera över hur du skulle översätta dem till svenska Breakfast is served between between 7 and 10 every day. Many trees in rainforests are cut down every year. English is spoken in many countries all over the world.
  3. 3. Breakfast is served between between 7 and 10 every day. Many trees in rainforests are cut down every year. English is spoken in many countries all over the world. ! Ovan ser du passivkonstruktioner. På svenska motsvaras de oftast av en verbform som slutar på -s.
  4. 4. ??????? Hur gör man då?
  5. 5. The iPhone was dropped on the floor. I dropped the iPhone on the floor.
  6. 6. • Passivkonstruktioner finns i alla tempus. ! • English is spoken in many countries. (presens) • Breakfast was served every day at 9 am. (preteritum) • The trees were cut down. (preteritum) • The house has been sold. (perfekt) • Dinner will be served at 7. (futurum)
  7. 7. Aktiv? Passiv? 
 Vad är skillnaden? • Shakespeare wrote Macbeth. • Macbeth was written by Shakespeare. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Shakespeare_Cobbe_portrait_detail.jpg
  8. 8. FOKUS på vad som blir/blev/ska bli gjort inte vem som gör någonting ! • John painted the house. • The house was painted (by John)
  9. 9. • • • • I presens: am/are/is + perfekt particip: Christmas is celebrated in December. Julen firas i december. • I preteritum: • was/were+ perfekt particip: • The first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens. • De första moderna olympiska spelen hölls i Aten.
  10. 10. - Mest i skriftspråk! - I alla tempus (också i infinitiv och pågående form) • No accidents have been reported. (perfekt) • All doors must be kept locked. (infinitiv) • The suspect is being questioned. (pågående presens)
  11. 11. Svenskans ”man” • Too much money is spent on clothes. • Man lägger ut alltför mycket pengar på kläder.

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