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Indefinite pronouns impressão
Indefinite pronouns impressão
Indefinite pronouns impressão
Indefinite pronouns impressão
Indefinite pronouns impressão
Indefinite pronouns impressão
Indefinite pronouns impressão
Indefinite pronouns impressão
Indefinite pronouns impressão
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  • 1. Slide 2
    2ºano
    Teacher: Kátia Rosa
    IndefinitePronounsSome/ Any/ No
  • 2. Some/any/no
    Esses pronomes são utilizados para falar de pessoas, objetos ou lugares indefinidos
    podem desempenhar a função de adjetivos ou de pronomes
  • 3. Usa-se SomeAlgum, alguns, alguma, algumas:
    Em frases afirmativas:
    There are some books here
    I needsome advice
    Em frases interrogativas apenas quando se trata de um oferecimento ou pedido ou quando se espera uma resposta afirmativa
    Wouldyoulike some coffee?
    Haveyoulost some money?
  • 4. Usa-se AnyAlgum, alguns, algumas, nenhum, nenhuma
    Em frases negativas e interrogativas:
    Therearen´t any books here
    Are thereany books here?
  • 5. Usa-se Any:
    Em frases afirmativas se aparecer
    1)depois do if:
    IfYouhaveanyquestion, ask me.
    2) Quando significar qualquer
    Takeany book youneed
    3)Quando houver palavra de sentido negativo como seldom, never, rarely, without:
    He rarelyhasanyfree time
  • 6. Usa-se Noadjetivo: nenhum, nenhuma
    Com verbos na forma afirmativa para dar um sentido negativo à frase:
    I have no money
  • 7. Somebody/anybody/nobody
    As mesmas regras que determinam o emprego de some/any/no são válidas para o emprego de seus compostos
    Pessoa
    Some
    Anybody
    No
  • 8. Coisa
    Some
    Anything
    No
    Lugar
    Some
    Anywhere
    no
  • 9. Fill in the gaps with somebody, anybody, nobody, something, anything, nothing, somewhere, anywhere or nowhere.
      1.  I know __________ about this issue that you may find interesting, but if I tell you, you must promise to keep it (a) secret.  2.  __________ lives here. There is no water.  3.  I spent the night __________ near the beach.  4.  __________ could have jumped over this wall, and stole your rake. It's very low.
     5.  __________ scares him. He's very brave.  6.  There is __________ to park here. Let's go __________ else to park.  7.  Would you like __________ to wash your hands?.
  • 10.    8.  May I have __________ for dessert, please?  9.  They took him __________ in London, and he never returned.10.  Please don't leave __________ behind at home. We'll be away for a fortnight.11.  She needs __________ to love. She's very lonely.
    12.  They will not sing __________ in this city. They said that they would never come back.13.  There isn't __________ you can do to help them. __________ can help them.14.  We do not need __________ else to run this department. We can do it ourselves.
  • 11. 15.  __________ is ringing the bell. Go and see who it is.16.  __________ phoned while we were out, but they did not leave a message.17.  __________ tells me that there is __________ fishy going on
    .18.  They are looking for __________ to settle down and have children. They want to find a quiet place to lead a quiet life.19.  "Is there __________ at home?"       "I don't think there is __________. Mum and dad must have gone out."

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