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Will and might

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TE ENSEÑARA A DIFERENCIAR EL WILL CON EL MIGHT Y A USARLO

TE ENSEÑARA A DIFERENCIAR EL WILL CON EL MIGHT Y A USARLO

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  • 1. Maria Alejandro Pomacaja
  • 2. Will Usamos will para expresar futuro, especialmente cuando queremos hacer prediccionesUse: EXAMPLE 1) Future actions happen without the speakers intention The sun will shine tomorrow. 2) Predictions, assumptions I think Sue will arrive in Paris at 6 pm. 3) Spontaneous actions Hang on! Ill have a word with you
  • 3. AFFIRMATIVE SUBJECT + WILL + V +CI will go to New York - Iré a New YorkHe will go to New York - El irá a New YorkNEGATIVE subject + wont (will not) + V + CI wont go to New York - No iré a New YorkHe wont go to New York - El no irá a New York Will + subject +V+C?Will I go to New York ? - ¿Iré a New York ?Will he go to New York ? - ¿Irá él a New York ?
  • 4. Affirmative Negative InterrogativeI will go I wont go Will I go ?You will go You wont go Will you go ?He will go He wont go Will he go ?She will go She wont go Will she go ?It will go It wont go Will it go ?We will go We wont go Will we go ?You will go You wont go Will you go ?They will go They wont go Will they go ?
  • 5. Acciones que se van a desarrollar con certeza enel futuro.I will play tennis tomorrow. Jugaré tenis mañana.OM Personal will be six in 2005. OM Personal cumplirá seis años en el 2005.Predicción en el futuro.It will snow tomorrow. Nevará mañana.Promesas."Every Argentinian will have a job in this blessed country." (Carlos Menem)"Todo Argentino tendrá un puesto de trabajo en este bendito país." (Carlos Menem)Ofrecimientos.I will stay with you all night if you really need it.Me quedaré contigo toda la noche si realmente lo necesitas.Suele utilizarse el auxiliar shall (o su contracciónll) para el futuro de la primera persona delsingular y del plural.We shall go to the movies = We will go to the moviesWell go to the movies. Iremos al cine.
  • 6. MIGHT "Might" is most commonly used to express possibility. It is also often used in conditional sentences. English speakers can also use "might" to make suggestions or requests, although this is less common in American English. Examples:Your purse might be in the living room. possibilityIf I didnt have to work, I might go with you. conditionalYou might visit the botanical gardens during your visit. suggestionMight I borrow your pen? request

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