INGLÉS

tema O

present simple

AFIRMATIVA:
  • I/YOU play basketball.
  • HE/SHE/IT plays basketball.
  • WE/YOU/THEY play basketball.
NEGATIVA:
  • I/YOU don't play basketball.
  • HE/SHE/IT doesn't play basketball.
  • WE/YOU/THEY don't play basketball.
INTERROGATIVA:
  • DO I/YOU play basketball?
  • DOES HE/SHE/IT play basketball?
  • DO WE/YOU/THEY play basketball?

ADVERBS OF FRECUENCY

Este tipo de adverbios se utiliza para hablar de la frecuencia con la que hacemos las cosas.

  • Los mas habituales son:
never sometimes usually often always

tema 1

relative pronouns

who: Personas
which: Objetos
where: Lugares

ADVERBS:POSSIBILITY

INCIERTA:
  • Maybe- SUELEN IR AL COMIENZO DE LA FRASE
  • Perhaps
PROBABLEMENTE:
  • Probably- DELANTE DEL VERBO ,MENOS 'BE' Y 'CAN' QUE VA DETRÁS DEL VERBO
MUY PROBABLE:
  • Definitely- "

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

AFIRMATIVA:
I AM swimming
YOU ARE swimming
HE/SHE/IT IS swimming
WE/YOU/THEY swimming

NEGATIVA:
I AM NOT swimming
YOU AREN'T swimming
HE/SHE/IT ISN'T swimming
WE/YOU/THEY AREN'T swimming

INTERROGATIVA:
AM I swimming?
ARE YOU swimming?
IS HE/SHE/IT swimming?
ARE WE/YOU/THEY swimming?

tema 2

WAS/WERE, THERE WAS/THERE WERE

I WAS
YOU WERE
HE/SHE/IT WAS
WE/THEY/YOU WERE

PAST SIMPLE

AFIRMATIVA:
I PLAYED
YOU PLAYED
HE/SHE/IT PLAYED
WE/YOU/THEY PLAYED

NEGATIVA:
I/YOU DIDN'T
HE/SHE/IT DIDN'T
WE/YOU/THEY DIDN'T

INTERROGATIVA:
DID I/YOU ....?
DID HE/SHE/IT....?
DID WE/YOU/THEY...?

TIME EXPRESSIONS

AGO, FOR, DURING

AGO se utiliza para especificar cuanto tiempo hace que paso algo
  • we moved to Madrid two year ago.
FOR describe la duracón de una acción. Suele ir seguido de un número.
  • we lived in Barcelona for five years.
DURING describe el periódo de tiempo en el que se desarrolla una acción. NO número
  • he works during the day.

past continuous

AFRIMATIVA:
I WAS looking him.
YOU WERE looking him.
HE/SHE/IT WAS looking him.
WE/YOU/THEY WERE looking him.

NEGATIVA:
I WASN'T looking him.
YOU WEREN'T looking him.
HE/SHE/IT WASN'T looking him.
WE/THEY/YOU WEREN'T looking him.

INTERROGATIVA:
WAS I looking him?
WERE YOU looking him?
WAS HE/SHE/IT looking him?
WERE WE/YOU/THEY looking him?

TEMA 3

QUANTY: SOME and ANY

SOME se utiliza con sustantivos contables e incontables en frases afirmativas
  • There are some tomatoes
  • There are some meat
ANY se utiliza con sustantivos contables e incontables en frases negativas e interrogativas.
  • Are there any tomatoes?
  • There isn't any tomatoes

much/many/ a lot of

MUCH se refiere a sustantivos incontables en frases negativas e interrogativas.
  • There isn't much orange juice
  • Is there much apple juice?
MANY se utiliza en sustantivos contables en frases negativa e interrogativa.
  • There aren't many vegetarians in Australia.
  • Are there many children ?
A LOT OF se refiere a sustantivos contables e incontables en forma afirmativa.
  • There are a lot of vegetables in Spain.
  • There 's a lot of whater

too (demasiado) y enough (suficiente)

TOO se coloca delante del verbo. y se utiliza en palabras contables e incontables
  • It is too difficult.
  • he eats too much rice
  • he eats too many burgers
ENOUGH se coloca detrás del adjetivo y delante del verbo.
  • I am not enough
  • I have enough money