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  • 1. Verb to be with question words: In this class we will talk about question words and how we can use them with the verb to be in the present tense. En esta clase vamos a hablar de los “questions words” y de como podemos usarlos correctamente con los verbos “to be” Question words are those words that may go in the beginning of a question. When we use question words we do not use a yes or no answer. Los “questions words” son las palabras específicas que se deben colocar al inicio de la frase pregunta en inglés. Cuando se utilizan estos no se responde con las respuestas cortas si o no (Yes, I am por ejemplo) Se responde con una oración completa ( S+V+C). Ejemplo : What’s your name? I’m David Taylor. (The answer is a sentence) With no question word: Are you Maria? No, I’m not (The answer is a yes/no because there isn’t a question word) Question words are used to gather specific information. The following table shows the meaning of the question words in Spanish. Table # 1 Question words (verb to be practice) English Spanish Where Donde Why Por que Who Quien What / (time) Que / Cual (a que hora) Which Que / Cual How long Por cuanto tiempo / para medidas How often Con que frecuencia Whose De quien How many/much Cuantos How old Edad
  • 2. How Como How + adjetivo Descripciones How come Como asi Table # 2 (Question structure of the verb to be in the present simple with QW’s) Question Word Verb (to be) Subject Complement What is (your) name? [no complement] How old are you? [no complement] Where is Juan from? Who is (the) present for? Remember: In questions with the verb to be, only the question words can go in the beginning. Nothing may go in front of the question words in full questions. ¿ De donde eres? -> Lo lógico seria : From where are you? (INCORRECTO) Recuerden que si algo va en su idioma antes del QW entonces lo mandamos al final en el complemento. Correcto: Where are you from? (QW goes first) Typical questions with the above properties: What is this for? (¿Para que es esto?) Who are the books for ? (¿Para quien son los libros?) What is the movie about? (¿De que se trata el libro?) Preguntas importantes con sus respuestas para aprender: Where are you from? - I’m from Australia What’s (what + is) your address? - It’s 876 Snow Road. What’s your nationality? - I’m Peruvian. Whose pencil is this? - It is my pencil (Whose = de quien y va antes del sustantivo) How old is Marcus? - He’s twenty years old. Why are you sad? - Because I am sick. How are you? - I’m fine, thank you.