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1. Verbs and tenses


1.1.1. Present Continuous

1.1.2. Present Perfect Continuous It is used for actions that have started in the past but continue in the present

1.1.3. Present simple Affimartive Subject + verb. Negative Subject + auxiliary verb (to do) + negative auxiliary (“not”) + verb. Interrogative Auxiliary verb (to do) + subject + main verb?

1.1.4. Present Perfect

1.2. PAST

1.2.1. Past Simple We use the past simple for complete actions in the past Affirmative Negative Interrogative

1.2.2. Past Perfect we use for actions that occurred before another action in the past

1.2.3. Past Continuous Affirmative Subject + auxiliary verb (to be) + verb + ing. Negative Subject + auxiliary verb (to be) + negative auxiliary (not) + verb + ing. Interrogative Auxiliary verb (to be) + subject + verb + ing?

1.2.4. Past Perfect Continuous


1.3.1. Future Perfect For actions that will have already been completed before another action in the future

1.3.2. Future Simple will going to

2. Parts of the sentence

2.1. Adjectives

2.1.1. -ed abundant (abundante) adorable (adorable, amable) agreeable (agradable)

2.1.2. -ing

2.2. Adverbs

2.2.1. Time adverbs:

2.2.2. Adverbs of place:

2.2.3. Adverbs of degree

2.2.4. Adverbs of manner

2.2.5. Frequency adverbs

2.3. Conjunctions

2.3.1. Coordinating conjunctions

2.3.2. Subordinate conjunctions

2.4. Prepositions

2.4.1. IN in, inside, inside

2.4.2. AT in, to, near, touching

2.4.3. ON on, on top of something, touching

2.5. Verbs

2.5.1. Auxiliary Verbs To Be To Have To do