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Il condizionale

Il condizionale

Il condizionale The conditional is used to express a doubt, a wish or a possibility: •Vorrei un panino al prosciutto. (I would like a ham sandwich.) • Che cosa avremmo dovuto fare? (What should we have done?) The conditional is also used in reported speech.

By Rita
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Lesson 2 Grammar

Lesson 2 Grammar

Lesson 2 Grammar. A review of the tenses that you know. El Presente Progresivo. Estar + the present participle. Describes what is happen ing right now. Estar in the present tense. The present participle (el gerundio). Regular –ar verbs add –ando Bes ar —bes ando

By Sharon_Dale
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PASSIVE SENTENCES

PASSIVE SENTENCES

PASSIVE SENTENCES. OUTLINE. Passive voice Change in order Change in verb phrase By-agent Double-object passive Have/get something done Passive with reporting verbs. PASSIVE VOICE. A: Our friends denied the evidence P: The evidence was denied by our f. Changes in order

By Patman
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By estela gonzález

By estela gonzález

Regular and irregular verbs in English. By estela gonzález. There are two main types of verbs in English: regular and irregular. Let us see their main differences. Regular verbs: if a verb is regular, the past simple and past participle end in -ed. For example:.

By salena
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Pasado Participio

Pasado Participio

Pasado Participio. Past Participle. To form the past participle, simply drop the infinitive ending (-ar, -er, -ir) and add - ado (for -ar verbs) or - ido (for -er, -ir verbs). Ejemplos: caminar - ar + ado = caminando correr - er + ido = corrido vivir - ir + ido = vivido. -er

By niveditha
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Using Verbs Correctly

Using Verbs Correctly

Using Verbs Correctly. English 10A – Chapter 18. Principal Parts of Verbs. 1. Base form 2. Present participle 3. Past 4. Past participle. Regular verbs. Key concept : Regular verbs generally form past and past participle by adding –d or – ed to the base form

By oshin
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MODAL VERBS

MODAL VERBS

MODAL VERBS. Using the modal verbs we may, for example, ask for permission to do something, grant permission to someone, give or receive advice , make or respond to requests and offers , give instructions or orders , express duty or obligation etc.

By Gabriel
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Present Perfect

Present Perfect

Present Perfect. Present Perfect: affirmative. Present Perfect: negative. Present Perfect: interrogative. Past participle : Regular verbs: verb + -ed: worked – played - waited Irregular verbs: 3ª columna: give - gave - given buy - bought - bought.

By benjamin
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Tense and Aspect

Tense and Aspect

Tense and Aspect. Tense and Aspect. Prepared by: Wahhaj Abulehia Submitted to: Professor Walid Amer 2 nd Mar. 2019. Objectives. Students are expected to: have developed theoretical and practical knowledge in tense and aspect in terms of both English and Arabic.

By macario
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You need 3 things to make the past tense

You need 3 things to make the past tense

You need 3 things to make the past tense. Subject Auxiliary verb (avoir or ê tre) Past participle. Être verbs. These work in the same way as ‘avoir’ verbs. They have agreements on the end of the past participle. BUT!. Eg. Il est allé. Elle est allé. e. Être agreements.

By kalinda
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Passé Simple

Passé Simple

Passé Simple. Objective:. SWBAT form and accurately use the academic past tense. What is the passé simple?. Well, it means the same thing as the «passé composé. » PC/ PS = ‘ed’ form of the verb. I believed I helped. Forming the Passé Simple.

By antranig
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Verbals and Verbal Phrases

Verbals and Verbal Phrases

Verbals and Verbal Phrases. A verbal is a verb that acts as a noun, adjective, or adverb. The three kinds of verbals are: gerunds, participles, and infinitives. What is a Verbal. A gerund is a verb acting as a noun. To form a gerund add “ing” to the end of a verb.

By haracha
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The Conditionals

The Conditionals

The Conditionals. By Mark. Introduction. What are the conditionals, and why the gobbledygook? First Conditional Your turn! Second Conditional Have a go! Third Conditional Try and think of examples. Conclusion The gobbledygook. What are the Conditionals?.

By emerson
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Latin Prefixes

Latin Prefixes

Latin Prefixes. Prefixes. Latin prefixes are category presevering If a prefix is added to a noun, the result is a noun If a prefix is added to a verb, the result is a verbh. ad. ad. ad. ad. Observation. [d] assimilates to a [b] [d] assimilates to [p] [d] assimilates to [g]

By gore
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STRONG (IRREGULAR) VERBS

STRONG (IRREGULAR) VERBS

STRONG (IRREGULAR) VERBS. These are verbs which do not form the Past Participle in the usual way. STRONG (IRREGULAR) VERBS. DO NOT obey the rules. You have to learn their PAST PARTICIPLES by heart. Generally they begin with “ GE ” and end in “ EN ”. They do not obey the rule:.

By ashleigh
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Perfect Tense verbs

Perfect Tense verbs

Perfect Tense verbs. Cheri Cosnowski. Tenses for Perfect verbs . We already learned that verbs can be written in 3 tenses: Past Present Future

By gwennan
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Present perfect subjunctive

Present perfect subjunctive

Preview Present perfect subjunctive. Present perfect subjunctive. Remember that the subjunctive is used with expressions that convey feelings . Present perfect subjunctive. Me alegra que vengan mis amigos a nuestra fiesta. Temo que mi novia vaya a romper conmigo.

By brede
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Past Participles Present Perfect Pluperfect Passive Voice

Past Participles Present Perfect Pluperfect Passive Voice

Past Participles Present Perfect Pluperfect Passive Voice. What is a past participle?. A past participle may be An adjective a closed door Part of a verb phrase we have closed she has written. What is a past participle?. In English, some end in –ed opened, painted, talked

By sonja
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Mastering six troublesome verbs

Mastering six troublesome verbs

Mastering six troublesome verbs. Why are these verbs troublesome? Lie / Lay Sit / Set Rise / Raise Review A Review B. Why are these verbs troublesome?. Six verbs in English require special attention. lie. lay. sit. set. rise. raise. Does the cheetah. still or. still?.

By eustacia
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Irregular Verb Chart

Irregular Verb Chart

Irregular Verb Chart. (has, had, have) Present Past Past Participle 1. be was/were been 2. become became become 3. begin began begun 4. blow blew blown 5. break broke broken 6. bring brought brought 7. build built built 8. burst burst burst 9. buy bought bought.

By opal
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