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1. Example: there is a little better in the refrigerator.

2. Example: No pets allowed.

3. Have to

3.1. Express obligation, when someone think is necessary.

3.1.1. Example: I have to work next saturday.

4. Prohibition

5. May & Might

5.1. May used to ask, express permission.

5.1.1. Example: May i go to the cafeteria?

5.2. Might used to state, express there is a possibility.

5.2.1. Example: I might get tickets for the killer's concert.

6. Sure & Unsure

6.1. Sure it is an adjective, certain of something.

6.1.1. Example: I'm sure about her, so I don't belive you.

6.2. Unsure it is an adjective, not certain os something.

6.2.1. Example: He was unsure of what to do next.

7. How many

7.1. Are used with plural nouns.

7.1.1. Example: there are a few oranges on that box.

8. Definitely & Probably

8.1. In positive sentences before the verb.

8.1.1. Example: It'll probably be a sunny day.

8.2. In negative sentences before the auxiliary tense with the negative word= will not.

8.2.1. Example: My sister will definitely get in troubles.

9. Fewer & less

9.1. We use less with uncountable nouns.

9.1.1. Example: the english course is less interesting this semester.

9.2. We use fewer with countable nouns.

9.2.1. Fewer families have microware oven these days.

10. Too & Enough

10.1. Too expresses more than necessary/ more that sufficient.

10.1.1. Example: the Cake was too big for the celebration.

10.2. Enough expresses sufficient, adequare. No more than necessary.

10.2.1. Example: He is old enough to know what to do.

11. How much

11.1. Are used with singular noun.

12. Zero conditional

12.1. Used for talking about general truths.

12.1.1. Example: If you neat a substance, it expands.

13. Be going to

13.1. We form future be going to with the appropriate form of the verb to be + going to and the verb in simple form.

13.1.1. Example: I believe it is going to be a cold day.

14. First conditional

14.1. They express posssibilities in the future.

14.1.1. Example: If it rain, we will stay at home.

14.2. Nuevo Tema

15. So & Neither

15.1. So use thiss form to agree with someone's positive statement.

15.2. Neeither use this form like "so... I" excent when agreeing with someone's negative statement.

16. Reported speech

16.1. Is used to communicate what someone else say thinks or believes.

17. The second conditional

17.1. Use to talk about hypothetical, or unreal situation.

17.1.1. Example: If went to China, I'd visit the Great wall.