English Remedial III

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1. Time Prepositions

1.1. Before

1.2. After

1.3. Until

1.4. In

1.5. At

1.6. On

1.7. From

1.8. During

1.9. For

1.10. Since

2. Another, other and others

2.1. ANOTHER AND OTHER

2.1.1. Stand before nouns

2.1.1.1. Have you got another none.

2.1.1.2. We make two other cameras.

2.1.1.3. Have you got any other models.

2.2. OTHERS

2.2.1. Is only used as a pronoun, referring to other things or other people.

2.2.1.1. Can you show me any others?

2.2.1.2. Have the others arrived?

2.2.1.3. I prefer the others.

3. Adverbs of frequency

3.1. Always

3.2. Usually

3.3. Very often

3.4. Often

3.5. Sometimes

3.6. Occasionally

3.7. Never

4. Much, Many, A lot of

4.1. Much

4.1.1. With uncountable

4.2. Many

4.2.1. With plurals

4.3. A lot of

4.3.1. Both (with uncountable and with plurals)

5. so/souch

5.1. SO

5.1.1. We use so before adjectives without nouns.

5.1.1.1. It's so expensive

5.1.1.2. He's so generous.

5.2. SUCH

5.2.1. We use such before adjectives with nouns.

5.2.1.1. It´s such an expensive shop!

5.2.1.2. He's such a generous man.

6. Bussines vocabulary

6.1. balance sheet

6.2. expenditure

6.3. to pay off

6.4. over budget

6.5. bank loans

6.6. debts

6.7. creditors

6.8. healthy

7. Adverbs

7.1. Adverbs are used to modify verbs, adjectives or other adverbs

7.1.1. Example

7.1.1.1. I spoke English very well

7.1.2. Most adjectives

7.1.2.1. slow- slowlu

7.1.3. Note aslo:

7.1.3.1. good-well

7.1.3.2. fast-fast

7.1.3.3. hard-hard

8. Present Perfect

8.1. We use Simple Present to talk about...

8.1.1. Experiences

8.1.1.1. Have you ever visited New York?

8.1.2. The unfinished past

8.1.2.1. I've worked for Datalab for/since

8.1.3. developments

8.1.3.1. Prices have risen since last year.

8.1.4. news

8.1.4.1. They have closed the design deparment.

8.1.5. Information

8.1.5.1. I have just seen Tony Kwon.

8.2. Grammar

8.2.1. Affirmative

8.2.1.1. Person + have + verb in past participle + complemente.

8.2.2. Negative

8.2.2.1. Person + have not + verb in past participle + complement.

8.2.3. Interrogative

8.2.3.1. Have + person + verb in past participle + complement + ?

9. Comparative and superlative adjectives

9.1. Comparative

9.1.1. cleaner (one-syllable adjectives)

9.1.2. easier (two-syllabe adjectives ending in -y or er)

9.1.3. more difficult

9.2. Superlative

9.2.1. cleanest

9.2.2. easiest

9.2.3. most difficult

10. Let

10.1. Examples

10.1.1. Let me have a copy.

10.1.2. Could you let me have a copy.

10.2. We use let to allow somebody to do something.

11. Future ( will)

11.1. Wiil can be used for ...

11.1.1. Decisions

11.1.2. Promises

11.1.3. Predictions

11.1.4. Offers

11.2. Grammar

11.2.1. Affirmative

11.2.1.1. Person + will + verb in simple present + complement.

11.2.2. Negative

11.2.2.1. Person + will not + verb in simple present + complement.

11.2.3. Interrogative

11.2.3.1. Wiil + person + verb in simple present + complement + ?

12. A process description

12.1. Use the staments to write a paragraph.

12.1.1. First

12.1.2. Then

12.1.3. Next

12.1.4. After that

12.1.5. Finally

13. Simple Past

13.1. We used to talk about a finished time

13.1.1. I changed my job last month.

13.1.2. I saw Tosca four years ago.

13.1.3. I visited Mr Schmidt when I was in Frankfurt.

13.2. Grammar

13.2.1. Affirmative

13.2.1.1. Person + verb in simple past + complement

13.2.2. Negative

13.2.2.1. Person + did not + verb in simple present + complete

13.2.3. Interrogative

13.2.3.1. Did + person + simple present + complement + ?

14. SImple Present Passive

14.1. Passive voice is used when the focus in on the action. It is not important or not to known, however, who or what is perfoming the action

14.2. Grammar

14.2.1. Subject + finite of be + past participle

14.3. Exmple

14.3.1. A mistake was made.