Present and Past Progressive

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Present and Past Progressive

  1. 1. Present Progressive, Past Progressive, SimplePast, Verbs, My Family Tree. Carol Daniela Pinzón Rendón.
  2. 2.  The present progressive is formed by combining the verb "to be" with the present participle. (The present participle is merely the "-ing" form of a verb.) I am studying. I am studying with María. In English, present progressive can be used to describe what is happening now, or what will happen in the future. I am studying now. I am studying with María tonight. In Spanish, the present progressive is only used to describe an action that is in the process of taking place. It is not used for future actions.
  3. 3.  Positive Negative Question I / he / she / it was speaking . I was not speaking. Was I speaking ? you / we / they were speaking . You were not speaking . Were you speaking ? Exceptions in spelling when adding ing Example final e is dropped (but: e is not changed) come – coming (but: agree – agreeing)after a short, stressed vowel, the final consonant is doubled sit – sitting as final consonant after a vowel is doubled (in British English)travel – travelling final I e becomes y lie – lying
  4. 4.  Use of Past Progressive puts emphasis on the course of an action in the past Example: He was playing football. two actions happening at the same time (in the past)Example: While she was preparing dinner, he was washing the dishes. action going on at a certain time in the past Example: When I was having breakfast, the phone suddenly rang. Signal Words of Past Progressive when, while, as long as
  5. 5.  Probably at first did not understand because English verbs were divided into regular and irregular. Roughly regular verbs ending-ed English have-when you change time past participle, that means for example that I play -I played I Study I studied however absolutely irregular change its base, and in some cases not change, ie; I cut - I cut I drink a coke -I drank a coke
  6. 6.  admitted (admítid)  clap (kláp) admitir  clapped (klápt)  dry (drái) ban (ban)  aplaudir  dried (dráid) banned (bánd)  copy (kópi)  secar prohibir  copied (kópid) beg (beg)  copiar begged (bégd)  cry (krái) rogar  cried (kráid) bury (béri)  gritar, llorar buried (bérid)  drop (drop) enterrar  dropped (drópt)  dejar caer, caerse
  7. 7.  plan (plan)  Programar  rub (rab)  signal (sígnal Planned  Regretted  rubbed (rábd  signalled planear, plan  (rigrétid)  frotar (sígnald) ificar  lamentarse  Satisfy hacer señales plug (plag)  rely (relái) (satisfái) plugged  relied (reláid  satisfied conectar  confiar  (satisfáid) prefer(prífér  reply (replái)  satisfacer preferred (pr  replied  shop (shop) ifert)  (repláid)  Shopped preferir  responder  (shópt) program  rob (rób)  comprar (prógram)  robbed (róbd programmed  robar (prógramd)
  8. 8.  come (kám) IRREGULAR VERBS  driven (drívn)  forget (forguét) came (keím)  conducir  forgot (forgót) come (kám)  eat (í:t)  forgotten (forgótn) venir  ate (et)  olvidar cut (kat)  eaten (ítn)  get (guét) cut (kat)  comer  got (got) cut (kat)  fall (fol)  got/gotten (got/gotn) cortar  fell (fel)  obtener, conseguir do (dú)  fallen (fólen)  give (guív) did (díd)  caer  gave (guéiv) done (dán)  feel (fí:l)  given (gívn) hacer  felt (felt)  dar draw (dró)  felt (felt)  go (góu) drew (drú)  sentir  went (uént) drawn (drón)  find (fáind)  gone (góun) dibujar  found (faúnd)  ir drink (drink)  found (fáund)  grow (gróu) drank (drénk)  encontrar  grew (grú) drunk (drank)  fly (flái)  grown (grón) beber  flew (flu)  cultivar, crecer drive (dráiv)  flown (flón) drove (dróuv)  volar
  9. 9. IRREGULAR VERBS read (rid)  seen (sin)  cantar  steal (stíl)  thought (zot) read (red)  ver  sleep (slíp)  stole (stóul)  pensar, creer read (red)  sell (sel)  slept (slépt)  stolen (stóln)  wake (uéik) leer  sold (sold)  slept (slépt)  robar  woke (uóuk) ride (ráid)  sold (sold)  dormir  swim (suím)  waken (uéikn) rode (róud)  vender  smell (smel)  swam (suém)  despertarse ridden (rídn)  send (send)  smelt (smelt)  swum (suám)  wear (uéar) cabalgar  sent (sent)  smelt (smelt)  nadar  wore (uór) ring (ring)  sent (sent)  oler  take (téik)  worn (uórn) rang (reng)  enviar  speak (spik)  took (tul)  usar (ropa) rung (rang)  show (shóu)  spoke (spóuk)  taken (téikn)  win (uín) sonar  showed (shóu  spoken (spóu  tomar, llevar  won (uón) run (ran) t) kn)  teach (tích)  won (uón) ran (ren)  shown (shóun  hablar  taught (tot)  ganar )  spend (spend)  run (ran)  mostrar taught (tot)  write (ráit) correr  spent (spent)  enseñar  wrote (róut)  shut (shat)  spent (spent)  say (séi) tell (tel)  written (rítn)  shut (shat)  gastar, pasar  said (sed) told (told)  escribir  shut (shat) said (sed)  cerrar  stand (stand)  told (told) decir decir, contar  sing (sing)  stood (stú:d)  see (sí:) think (zink)  sang (seng)  stood (stú:d)  saw (sóu)  sung (sang)  pararse  thought (zot)

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