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  • 1. Structure of a sentence
    • P 1 + V 2 + C 3
    • PRONOUNS + VERB + COMPLEMENT
    • 1: PRONOUNS
    • Singular plural
    • I WE
    • YOU YOU
    • HE/SHE THEY
    • IT
  • 2.
    • P 1 + V 2 + C 3
    • PRONOUNS + VERB + COMPLEMENT
    • 2. VERB TO LIKE
    • AFFIRMATIVE FORM
    • IN THE AFFIRMATIVE FORM THE VERB ALWAYS GOES THE INFINITIVE WITHOUT THE TO, AND IN THE THIRD PERSON: SHE / HE / IT, WE ADD AN “ S ”
    • NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE
    • FOR THE NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE FORM OF ALL THE VERBS IN ENGLISH WE USE THE AUXILIAR TO DO:
    • DO / DOES DON’T/ DOESN’T
  • 3. P1 + V2 + C3 PRONOUNS + VERB + COMPLEMENT 2. VERB TO LIKE AFFIRMATIVE FORM I LIKE YOU LIKE HE/SHE LIKE S IT LIKE S WE LIKE YOU LIKE THEY LIKE
  • 4.
    • NEGATIVE FORM
    • I DON’T LIKE
    • YOU DON’T LIKE
    • HE/SHE DOESN’T LIKE
    • IT DOESN’T LIKE
    • WE DON’T LIKE
    • YOU DON’T LIKE
    • THEY DON’T LIKE
    • P 1 + V 2 + C 3
    • PRONOUNS + VERB + COMPLEMENT
    • 2. VERB TO LIKE
    • INTERROGATIVE FORM
    • DO I LIKE?
    • DO YOU LIKE?
    • DOES SHE/HE LIKE?
    • DOES IT LIKE?
    • DO WE LIKE?
    • DO YOU LIKE?
    • DO THEY LIKE?
  • 5.
    • P 1 + V 2 + C 3
    • PRONOUNS + VERB + COMPLEMENT
    • 3. COMPLEMENT
    • THE COMPLEMENT COULD BE EVERY KIND OF WORD:
    • AN ACTION: I LIKE RIDING
    • A NOUN: SHE LIKE S CHEESE