Titel: Nieuwe leerwijze der Engelsche taal
Deel: Tweede cursus
Auteur: Gerdes, E.
Uitgave: Amsterdam: P.N. van Kampen, 1856
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Citeerinstructie: Bijzondere Collecties van de Universiteit van Amsterdam, UBM: P.B. 580 : 1e dr. (dl. II)
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I am nading, ik lees (ik ben aan liet lezen).
What are you reading there? I am reading the book
which you lent me yesterday. What is your brother doing?
He is selecting a few steel-pens for my sister. Where
was your brother sitting, when the concert began? He
and his wife were sitting near the orchestra. The little
boy fell into the water whilst I was fishing. We were
just speaking of him, when he entered. Whilst some were
reading, others were playing at draughts, and I was
making my exercises. The fire broke forth, whilst we
were sleeping. I was reading the newspapers and drink-
ing my coffee, when the door of my room opened and
the physician entered. Whilst we were waiting for him
at my uncle's, he was at the coffee-house, playing at
billiards and smoking segars.
*I am going to read, Ik lees, ik ben aan het lezen.
lam heginning to read, ik begin juist te lezen.
I have done reading, ik heb gedaan (ben gereed) met lezen.
1 am about, ik sta op het punt, enz.
I was going to pay a visit to my aunt, when her foot-
man came and told me, that I should not find her at
home. I cannot accompany you, you see that I am going
to learn my french lesson; but if you will wait till I have
done learning, I will follow you wherever you please.
What are you going to tell her? He will be here, as
soon as he has done drawing. You must really read this
history. I do read it, and with the greatest attention.
You would have met him at the play, if he had done
dining. I was about to depart, when I received a letter