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87 [eighty-seven]

Past tense of modal verbs 1

Past tense of modal verbs 1

87 [sewe en tagtig]

Verlede tyd van modale werkwoorde 1

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We had to water the flowers. Ons m-es--ie blo-me n-t-o--. O__ m___ d__ b_____ n_______ O-s m-e- d-e b-o-m- n-t-o-i- ---------------------------- Ons moes die blomme natgooi. 0
We had to clean the apartment. Ons m----die woonst----p--im. O__ m___ d__ w_______ o______ O-s m-e- d-e w-o-s-e- o-r-i-. ----------------------------- Ons moes die woonstel opruim. 0
We had to wash the dishes. O-----e--die--------go-d wa-. O__ m___ d__ s__________ w___ O-s m-e- d-e s-o-t-l-o-d w-s- ----------------------------- Ons moes die skottelgoed was. 0
Did you have to pay the bill? M--- j-l-----e -ek-n----be---l? M___ j____ d__ r_______ b______ M-e- j-l-e d-e r-k-n-n- b-t-a-? ------------------------------- Moes julle die rekening betaal? 0
Did you have to pay an entrance fee? Mo-- ju-le ’n------g----- b-taal? M___ j____ ’_ i__________ b______ M-e- j-l-e ’- i-g-n-s-o-i b-t-a-? --------------------------------- Moes julle ’n ingangsfooi betaal? 0
Did you have to pay a fine? M--- j---- ---b---- b-t-al? M___ j____ ’_ b____ b______ M-e- j-l-e ’- b-e-e b-t-a-? --------------------------- Moes julle ’n boete betaal? 0
Who had to say goodbye? Wi--m----af----d neem? W__ m___ a______ n____ W-e m-e- a-s-e-d n-e-? ---------------------- Wie moes afskeid neem? 0
Who had to go home early? W-e mo----r----hui---o--g-an? W__ m___ v____ h___ t__ g____ W-e m-e- v-o-g h-i- t-e g-a-? ----------------------------- Wie moes vroeg huis toe gaan? 0
Who had to take the train? W-e-m-e-----r-i- -re-- -e--? W__ m___ h______ t____ n____ W-e m-e- h-e-d-e t-e-n n-e-? ---------------------------- Wie moes hierdie trein neem? 0
We did not want to stay long. O-s w-u nie -ank--ly----. O__ w__ n__ l___ b__ n___ O-s w-u n-e l-n- b-y n-e- ------------------------- Ons wou nie lank bly nie. 0
We did not want to drink anything. O-s--ou nik- dr----ni-. O__ w__ n___ d____ n___ O-s w-u n-k- d-i-k n-e- ----------------------- Ons wou niks drink nie. 0
We did not want to disturb you. O----o--n-----a -i-. O__ w__ n__ p__ n___ O-s w-u n-e p-a n-e- -------------------- Ons wou nie pla nie. 0
I just wanted to make a call. Ek--ou-n-- --u-n-t----op-oep-m-a-. E_ w__ n__ n__ n__ ’_ o_____ m____ E- w-u n-u n-u n-t ’- o-r-e- m-a-. ---------------------------------- Ek wou nou nou net ’n oproep maak. 0
I just wanted to call a taxi. Ek -ou ’- ta-i --l. E_ w__ ’_ t___ b___ E- w-u ’- t-x- b-l- ------------------- Ek wou ’n taxi bel. 0
Actually I wanted to drive home. E- --u e----i--h-is -oe--e-tuu--h-t. E_ w__ e______ h___ t__ b______ h___ E- w-u e-n-l-k h-i- t-e b-s-u-r h-t- ------------------------------------ Ek wou eintlik huis toe bestuur het. 0
I thought you wanted to call your wife. E- ----- --g /-het--e------- --- ----v-ou--el. E_ d__ / d__ / h__ g_____ j_ w__ j__ v___ b___ E- d-g / d-g / h-t g-d-n- j- w-u j-u v-o- b-l- ---------------------------------------------- Ek dag / dog / het gedink jy wou jou vrou bel. 0
I thought you wanted to call information. E---a- /-do--- -et---d--k -y -o- d-- in--gtin-sto--b-n- b--. E_ d__ / d__ / h__ g_____ j_ w__ d__ i_________________ b___ E- d-g / d-g / h-t g-d-n- j- w-u d-e i-l-g-i-g-t-o-b-n- b-l- ------------------------------------------------------------ Ek dag / dog / het gedink jy wou die inligtingstoonbank bel. 0
I thought you wanted to order a pizza. Ek-d-- - --- /-h---g--ink-jy -ou ’n---zz--b--t--. E_ d__ / d__ / h__ g_____ j_ w__ ’_ p____ b______ E- d-g / d-g / h-t g-d-n- j- w-u ’- p-z-a b-s-e-. ------------------------------------------------- Ek dag / dog / het gedink jy wou ’n pizza bestel. 0

Big letters, big feelings

Advertising uses a lot of pictures. Pictures awaken our particular interests. We look at them longer and more intently than letters. As a result, we remember advertisements with pictures better. Pictures also produce strong emotional reactions. The brain recognizes pictures very quickly. It knows immediately what can be seen in the picture. Letters function differently than pictures. They are abstract characters. Therefore, our brain reacts slower to letters. First, it must understand the meaning of the word. One might say the characters must be translated by the language part of the brain. But emotions can be produced using letters too. The text just needs to be very large. Studies show that big letters have a big effect as well. Large letters aren't just more noticeable than small letters. They also produce a stronger emotional reaction. This is true for positive as well as negative feelings. The size of things has always been important to mankind. Man must react quickly to danger. And when something is large, it's usually already quite close! So it's understandable that large pictures cause strong reactions. Less clear is how we react to large letters. Letters aren't actually a signal for the brain. Despite this, it shows greater activity when it sees large letters. This result is very interesting to scientists. It shows how important letters have become for us. Our brain has somehow learned how to react to writing…