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    angles angles Presentation Transcript

    • Judith Fernández Rodriguez angles
    • present simple/present continuous
      • present simple
      •  
      • affirmative
      • S+V(3ªp.s.+S)+C
      •  
      • negative
      •     don't
      • S+           +V+C
      •      doesn't
      •  
      • interrogative
      • do
      •        +S+C ?
      • does
      • present contiuous
      •  
      • affirmative
      • S+TO BE+V-ing
      •  
      • negative
      • S+TO BE (not)+V-ing
      •  
      • interrogative
      •   TO BE+S+V-ing?
    • past simple
      • IRREGULARS
      •  
      • affirmative
      • S+V 2ªcolum+C
      •  
      • negative
      • S+DIDN'T+V+C
      •  
      • interrogative
      • DID+S+V+C ?
      • REGULARS
      •  
      • affirmative
      • S+V-ed+C
      •  
      • negative
      • S+DIDN'T+V+C
      •  
      • interrogative
      • DID+S+V+C ?
    • PAST CONTINUOUS
      •  
      •  
      •  
      • [was/were + present participle]
      • Examples:
        • You were studying when she called.
        • Were you studying when she called?
        • You were not studying when she called.
      •  
    • present perfect
      •  
      •  
      •  
      • [has/have + past participle]
      • Examples:
        • You have seen that movie many times.
        • Have you seen that movie many times?
        • You have not seen that movie many times.
    • will
      • [will + verb]
      • Examples:
        • You will help him later.
        • Will you help him later?
        • You will not help him later.