ADJETIVE ORDERS

MENTAL MAPSOF ADJETIVES ORDER

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1. When we use several adjectives in a row, the order depends on the function of each adjective. The usual order is: Quantity, value / opinion, size, temperature, age, shape, color, origin, material

2. Afirmativa Sujeto to have past participle She has visited. Negativa Sujeto to have + not past participle She has not (hasn't) visited. Interrogativa to have sujeto past participle Has she visited? Interrogativa negativa to have + not sujeto past participle Hasn't she visited?

3. Adverbs of Time! Learn commonly used Time Adverbs Used with the Present Perfect Tense in English with examples. The present perfect tense is commonly used with the indefinite time adverbs (time expressions) just, never, ever, never, since, for, before, yet, already.

4. Adverbs of Time! Learn commonly used Time Adverbs Used with the Present Perfect Tense in English with examples. The present perfect tense is commonly used with the indefinite time adverbs (time expressions) just, never, ever, never, since, for, before, yet, already. Just  Refer to events that recently occurred Examples: Are you hungry? – No, I’ve just had dinner. Is Tom here? – No, I’m afraid he’s just gone out. Already  An action that has happened at an unspecified time before now. It suggests that there is no need for repetition  Can be placed before the main verb (past participle) or at the end of the sentence Examples: What time does the film start? – It has already started. What time does the film start? – It has started already. Yet  Refer to events that have occurred up to now Examples: He hasn’t arrived yet. Have you eaten the apples yet? For  Talk about a period or duration of time  Doesn’t have to be an exact number, but it needs to refer to a period of time Examples: ust  Refer to events that recently occurred Examples: Are you hungry? – No, I’ve just had dinner. Is Tom here? – No, I’m afraid he’s just gone out. Already  An action that has happened at an unspecified time before now. It suggests that there is no need for repetition  Can be placed before the main verb (past participle) or at the end of the sentence Examples: What time does the film start? – It has already started. What time does the film start? – It has started already. Yet  Refer to events that have occurred up to now Examples: He hasn’t arrived yet. Have you eaten the apples yet? For  Talk about a period or duration of time  Doesn’t have to be an exact number, but it needs to refer to a period of time Examples: He has lived in Paris for a long time. We’re going to New York for the weekend. Since  Refer to a specific point in time Examples: I have lived here since 2010. I have been walking since 5 p.m. Ever/Never  Express the idea of an unidentified time before now  Always placed before the main verb (past participle) Examples: He has never been abroad. Have you ever been to Europe?

5. PRESENT PERFEVT TENCE (FRECUENTLY USED ADVERBS)

6. PRESENT PERFECT: TRAINING OF THE "PRESENT PERFECT"

7. Lo que expresa el adjetivo Ejemplos Cantidad four, ten, a few, several Valor / opinión delicious, charming, beautiful Tamaño tall, tiny, huge Temperatura hot, cold Edad old, young, new, 14-year-old Forma square, round Color red, purple, green Origen Swedish, Victorian, Chinese Material glass, silver, wooden

8. The "present perfect" of any verb is composed of two elements: the appropriate form of the auxiliary verb to have (in present) and the "past participle" of the main verb. The "past participle" form of a regular verb is root + ed, e.g. played, arrived, looked

9. Formula for yes or no questions in present simple do or does + subject + basic form of a verb + information For example: Do you like coffee? Do you like coffee? Does he speak French? Do you speak french? Do or Does? If the subject of a question is she, he or it, does. For all other subjects (I, you, we, they), do is used. For example: Does she work here? Work here? Do you have any sugar? Contains sugar?

10. EXAMPLE: Do you like this shirt? / ¿Te gusta esta camisa? Does he play the piano? / ¿Toca el piano? Did you see the movie? / ¿Viste la película? Are you happy? / ¿Eres feliz? Is she at home? / ¿Está ella en casa? Was the party a lot of fun? / ¿Fue muy divertida la fiesta?

11. FORMULA FOR YES OR NO QUESTION IN PRESENT