Inglés Instrumental. Facilitador: Lcdo. Mizael Becerra. Cognates (Cognados) Sustantivos. Cognates (Cognados) Adjetivos. Cognates (Cognados) Verbos. Ejercicio 1:. Con la ayuda del diccionario verifica si los siguientes son verdaderos o falsos cognados. Center
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Lcdo. Mizael Becerra
Con la ayuda del diccionario verifica si los siguientes son verdaderos o falsos cognados
A book has just been published to help parents to deal with their children's naughty behavior at home. The author, Dr James Bruno, says that the first positive discipline technique is for parents to remain calm because nervous parents don't get good results. Parents who cannot often remain calm find that their children stop taking any notice of them. The second challenge is to know how to correct bad behavior in an effective way. For instance, punishing children by preventing them from watching their favorite TV program is not an ideal solution. Dr Bruno believes parents should establish clear rules for children to follow. If children refuse to follow these, they know they will be disciplined. Finally, the most effective way of encouraging good behavior is to give positive feedback as often as possible, to show that it is not only naughtiness that attracts attention.
El Sufijo Able
Sufijo que forma adjetivos a partir de verbos. No se aplica a sustantivos. Significa able, ible :todrink/drinkable = beber/bebibletoreason/reasonable = razonar/rasonable
bad/badly = malo/malamenteopen/openly = abierto/abiertamente
EJEMPLO:correct - incorrect correcto-incorrecto
grateful - ungrateful agradecido-desagradecido
tie - untie atado-desatado
Places: -ary, -ery, -ory
NEGATIVE PREFIXES STEMNegative prefixes: il-, im-, in-, ir-, non-, un- (not); a(n)- (without), anti- (against), dis- (not, removed), mal- (poor), mis- (wrong).