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Needn't have or didn't have/nee
Message de marie37400 posté le 29-03-2005 à 18:18:54 (S | E | F | I)

Bonsoir à tous,
Je vous l’avais bien dit : « Affaire à suivre » !!!
Pour appliquer ce que Ruofei, Travis et Félin nous ont gentiment expliqué au sujet de need (cf. Forum principal sujet de jeanyves15), voici un petit exercice dont je vous donnerai la correction vendredi

A vous de choisir entre :
A)needn’t have + past participle
ou B) didn’t have/need to + infinitive

1) I....................(to write) to him because he phoned me shortly afterwards.
2) I....................(to translate) it for him for he understands Dutch
3) You................(to bring) your umbrella for we are going by car
4) He.................(to leave) home at 6,00 ; the train doesn’t start till 7,30
5)I.................... (to cut) the grass myself. My brother did it.
6) I saw the accident but fortunately I .................(to give) evidence as there were plenty of other winesses
7)I brought my passport but I.....................(to show) it to anyone
8)You.......................(to carry) all these parcels yourself. The shop would have delivered them if you had asked them

Well, now, your turn

Marie



Réponse: Needn't have or didn't have/nee de gewurz, postée le 29-03-2005 à 21:07:21 (S | E)
A)needn’t have + past participle
ou B) didn’t have/need to + infinitive

1) I needn't have written to him because he phoned me shortly afterwards.
2) I didn't need to translate it for him for he understands Dutch
3) You needn't have brought your umbrella for we are going by car
4) He needn't have left home at 6,00 ; the train doesn’t start till 7,30
5) I didn't need to cut the grass myself. My brother did it.
6) I saw the accident but fortunately I didn't need to give evidence as there were plenty of other winesses
7) I brought my passport but I didn't need to show it to anyone
8)You needn't have carried all these parcels yourself. The shop would have delivered them if you had asked them

Merci Marie.




Réponse: Needn't have or didn't have/nee de isa71, postée le 29-03-2005 à 22:14:17 (S | E)
BONSOIR

A vous de choisir entre :
A)needn’t have + past participle
ou B) didn’t have/need to + infinitive

1) I needn't have written to him because he phoned me shortly afterwards.
2) I don't need to translate it for him for he understands Dutch
3) You don't need to bring your umbrella for we are going by car
4) He doesn't need to leave home at 6,00 ; the train doesn’t start till 7,30
5)I don't need to cut the grass myself. My brother did it.
6) I saw the accident but fortunately I .................(to give) evidence as there were plenty of other winesses winessesje ne comprends pas la phrase
7)I brought my passport but I didn't need to show it to anyone
8)You needn't have carried all these parcels yourself. The shop would have delivered them if you had asked them

isa



Réponse: Needn't have or didn't have/nee de gewurz, postée le 29-03-2005 à 22:30:26 (S | E)
Hi Isa,

6) Je vis l'accident mais heureusement je n'eus pas à témoigner parce qu'il y avait plein d'autres témoins.

to give evidence = témoigner / déposer


Réponse: Needn't have or didn't have/nee de hyppoblue, postée le 30-03-2005 à 09:48:51 (S | E)
bonjour,
1) I needn't have written to him because he phoned me shortly afterwards.
2) I don't need to translate it for him for he understands Dutch
3) You don't need to bring your umbrella for we are going by car
4) He needn't have left home at 6,00 ; the train doesn’t start till 7,30
(là je crois que je prends des risques !!!)
5)I didn't have to cut the grass myself. My brother did it.
6) I saw the accident but fortunately I didn't need to give evidence as there were plenty of other winesses
7)I brought my passport but I didn't need to show it to anyone
8)You needn't have carried all these parcels yourself. The shop would have delivered them if you had asked them

merci Marie






Réponse: Needn't have or didn't have/nee de floral5, postée le 30-03-2005 à 15:41:13 (S | E)


choisir entre :
A)needn’t have + past participle
ou B) didn’t have/need to + infinitive


1) I needn't have written to him because he phoned me shortly afterwards.
2) I needn't translate it for him for he understands Dutch
3) You don't have to bring your umbrella for we are going by car
4) He doesn't have to leave home at 6,00 ; the train doesn’t start till 7,30
5)I didn't have to cut the grass myself. My brother did it.
6) I saw the accident but fortunately I needn't have given evidence as there were plenty of other winesses
7)I brought my passport but I didn't have to show it to anyone
8)You needn't have carried all these parcels yourself. The shop would have delivered them if you had asked them




Réponse: Needn't have or didn't have/nee de serena, postée le 30-03-2005 à 16:27:06 (S | E)
Bonjour Marie !

1) I needn't have written to him because he phoned me shortly afterwards.
2) I don't need to translate it for him for he understands Dutch
3) You don't need to bring your umbrella for we are going by car
4) He doesn't need to leave home at 6,00 ; the train doesn’t start till 7,30
(Je crois qu'on peut aussi mettre: "he needn't have left" s'il s'agit d'un fait passé.)
5) I didn't need to cut the grass myself. My brother did it.
6) I saw the accident but fortunately I didn't need to give evidence as there were plenty of other witnesses
7) I brought my passport but I didn't need to show it to anyone
8)You needn't have carried all these parcels yourself. The shop would have delivered them if you had asked them

Thank you Mary !!



Réponse: Needn't have or didn't have/nee de grabuge, postée le 30-03-2005 à 17:42:52 (S | E)
Hello Marie, ravie de te retrouver.

A vous de choisir entre :
A)needn’t have + past participle
ou B) didn’t have/need to + infinitive

1) I needn't have written to him because he phoned me shortly afterwards.
2) I didn't need to translate it for him for he understands Dutch
3) You don't need to bring your umbrella for we are going by car
4) He.needn't to leave home at 6,00 ; the train doesn’t start till 7,30
5)I didn't have to cut the grass myself. My brother did it.
6) I saw the accident but fortunately I didn't need to give evidence as there were plenty of other winesses
7)I brought my passport but I didn't need to show it to anyone
8)You needn't have carried all these parcels yourself. The shop would have delivered them if you had asked them





Réponse: Needn't have or didn't have/nee de isa71, postée le 30-03-2005 à 22:59:02 (S | E)
bonsoir

merci gewurz pour ton aide tu es un

6) I saw the accident but fortunately I didn't need to give evidence as there were plenty of other winesses


isa


Réponse: Needn't have or didn't have/nee de ruofei, postée le 01-04-2005 à 11:36:08 (S | E)
Bonjour Marie
Correction aujourd'hui normalement..j'arrive juste à temps!

1) I needn't have written to him because he phoned me shortly afterwards.
2) I don't need to translate it for him for he understands Dutch
3) You don't need to bring your umbrella for we are going by car
4) He doesn't need to leave home at 6.00 ; the train doesn’t "start" till 7.30.
5) I didn't need to the grass myself. My brother did it.
6) I saw the accident but fortunately I didn't need to give evidence as there were plenty of other witnesses.
7) I brought my passport but I didn't need to shown it to anyone.
8) You needn't have carried all these parcels yourself. The shop would have delivered them if you had asked them



Réponse: Needn't have or didn't have/nee de marie37400, postée le 01-04-2005 à 16:19:25 (S | E)
et à tous et toutes.
Mais.... l'heure a sonné Oui, oui, les voilà les corrections !

Nous nous trouvions donc des phrases avec deux possibilités :

A) Needn’t have + past participle : no obligation but action performed (unnecessarily) i.e time wasted
B) Didn’t have/need to (+ Infinitive) : no obligation and normally no action

1) I NEEDN’T HAVE written to him because he phoned me shortly afterwards.

2) I DIDN’T HAVE/NEED TO translate it for him for he understands Dutch

3) You NEEDN’T HAVE brought your umbrella for we are going by car

4) He NEEDN’T HAVE left home at 6,00 ; the train doesn’t start till 7,30

5) I DIDN’T HAVE/NEED TO cut the grass myself. My brother did it.

6) I saw the accident but fortunately I DIDN’T HAVE/NEED TO give evidence as there were plenty of other winesses

7) I brought my passport but I DIDN’T HAVE/NEED TO show it to anyone

8) You NEEDN’T HAVE carried all these parcels yourself. The shop would have delivered them if you had asked them

Petite précision au vu de votre travail :
- Pour les phrases numéro 2 et 3 "needn't pouvait fonctionner effectivement en gardant l'idée du présent, mais..... nous avions seulement deux choix, et celui avec needn't comportait have qui indiquait que l'action, dans le passé, avait été effectuée inutilement
Oui, je sais, vous allez me dire que j'ai cherché la petite bête et vous avez... raison !
Bon weekend à tous et toutes et à bientôt pour d'autres aventures
Marie







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