When we reached the harbour, the ferry
had already left[BH1], and
we had to wait for
the next ferry at 4 o’clock. I was very irritated, as [BH2]we had actually been[BH3] at the harbour when the boat had arrived, but because my sister was mad that she hadn’t got [BH4]a blouse my father had promised her, we drove into town again.
When we had been
[BH6]nearly one hour
to find a place to park, and
when we had finally found [BH7] an empty space, all the shops were closed, of course[BH8] .
All the holiday [BH9]had been like this. We had been so busy [BH10]getting [BH11]from one place to another that there had been no time to see anything.
Take last Tuesday: We had gone to Gothenburg at 10 o’clock in the
morning, and we
had agreed to go to [BH12]the amusement park there, Liseberg. But first we wanted [BH13]to have lunch.
When we had eaten, my sister had got a headache and we spent [BH14]two hours finding a chemist’s[BH15].
[BH1]V1 – Adv V2
[BH3]V1 – Adv – V2
[BH4]get, got. got
[BH5]udvidet tid for at understrege aktiviteten
[BH6]for (tiden gået), in (fremtid)
[BH7]V1 – Adv – V2
[BH8]of course bør placeres i enden af sætningen. ”Naturally”=på en naturlig måde.
[BH9]vacation= universitetsferie, amr.
[BH10] busy udløser ”ing-form”
[BH11]getting, going > coming
[BH12]mest enkelt med infinitiv
[BH13]want=ønske, would (=fremtid sat i fortid)
[BH14]spend udløser ing-form. ”Use” mere positivt= at bruge til noget.
[BH15]Husk ’s = butik
[BH17]ét ord + (ikke komma foran that-sætning)