CETis 109<br />Ulises bautista MaldonadoEduardo cabrera<br />Christian Trejo Gutiérrez<br />Ramos Vázquez Arnol Rodolfo<br...
Simple Present Tense<br />    Is the tense of this (and not perfective aspect) expressing habitual action, that is, habits...
Examples:<br />I play tennis.<br />She does not play tennis.<br />Does he play tennis? <br />The train leaves every mornin...
Structure<br />FORM<br />[VERB] + s/es in third person<br />Examples:<br />You speak English.<br />Do you speak English?<b...
Affirmative Sentences<br />Sujeto + verbo principal.<br />Examples:<br />I talk. (Yo hablo.)<br />He eats. (Él come.)<br /...
He does not [doesn't] eat. (Él no come.)
They do not [don't] learn. (Ellos no aprenden.)</li></li></ul><li>Interrogative Sentences<br />Estructura Verbo auxiliar (...
Does he eat? (¿Come él?)
Do they learn? (¿Aprenden ellos?) </li></li></ul><li>Simple Past Tense<br />The simple past is often used to refer to acti...
Examples:<br />want -> wanted<br />learn -> learned<br />stay -> stayed<br />walk -> walked<br />show -> showed<br />
Exceptions<br />    1. For verbs ending in "e ", just add "-d.           * Examples:           * change -> changed        ...
Structure<br />Affirmative Sentences (Frases afirmativas)Sujeto + verbo principal.<br />Examples:<br />I wanted to dance. ...
Negative Sentences (Frases negativas)<br />Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to do") + "not" + verbo principal.<br />Examples:<br ...
Interrogative Sentences (Frases interrogativas)Verbo auxiliar ("to do") + sujeto + verbo principal?<br />Examples:<br />Di...
Present Continuous<br />     The English present continuous is used for actions that are being made at the time in which w...
Examples:<br />
Structure:<br />Affirmative Sentences Estructura Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to be") + participio presente.<br />Examples:<b...
Negative Sentences Estructura Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to be") + auxiliar negativo ("not") + participio presente.<br />Ex...
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  1. 1. CETis 109<br />Ulises bautista MaldonadoEduardo cabrera<br />Christian Trejo Gutiérrez<br />Ramos Vázquez Arnol Rodolfo<br />4º. “L” <br />Informática<br />English 4<br />Teacher: María del Pilar Aguilar Hernández<br />Work: simple present tense, simple past tense and <br />
  2. 2. Simple Present Tense<br /> Is the tense of this (and not perfective aspect) expressing habitual action, that is, habits, routines in daily life. It differs from the present perfect in the latter has perfective aspect, and the present continuous in that the other is progressive aspect.<br />
  3. 3. Examples:<br />I play tennis.<br />She does not play tennis.<br />Does he play tennis? <br />The train leaves every morning at 8 AM.<br />The train does not leave at 9 AM.<br />When does the train usually leave? <br />She always forgets her purse.<br />He never forgets his wallet.<br />Every twelve months, the Earth circles the Sun.<br />Does the Sun circle the Earth?<br />
  4. 4. Structure<br />FORM<br />[VERB] + s/es in third person<br />Examples:<br />You speak English.<br />Do you speak English?<br />You do not speak English.<br />
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  6. 6. Affirmative Sentences<br />Sujeto + verbo principal.<br />Examples:<br />I talk. (Yo hablo.)<br />He eats. (Él come.)<br />They learn. (Ellos aprenden.)<br />Negative Sentences<br />Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to do") + auxiliar negativo ("not") + verbo principal.<br />Examples:<br /><ul><li>I do not [don't] talk. (Yo no hablo.)
  7. 7. He does not [doesn't] eat. (Él no come.)
  8. 8. They do not [don't] learn. (Ellos no aprenden.)</li></li></ul><li>Interrogative Sentences<br />Estructura Verbo auxiliar ("to do") + sujeto + verbo principal?<br />Examples: <br /><ul><li>Do you talk? (¿Hablas tu?)
  9. 9. Does he eat? (¿Come él?)
  10. 10. Do they learn? (¿Aprenden ellos?) </li></li></ul><li>Simple Past Tense<br />The simple past is often used to refer to actions that took place at a particular time in the past. In this case particles are used as yesterday or last year<br />
  11. 11. Examples:<br />want -> wanted<br />learn -> learned<br />stay -> stayed<br />walk -> walked<br />show -> showed<br />
  12. 12. Exceptions<br />    1. For verbs ending in "e ", just add "-d.           * Examples:           * change -> changed           * Believe -> Believed     2. If the verb ends in a short vowel and a consonant (except “y " or "w "), we double the final consonant.           * Examples:           * stop -> stopped           * Commit -> Committed     3. With verbs that end in a consonant and a "y ", change the "y "to an "i ".           * Examples:           * Study -> studied            * try -> tried<br />
  13. 13. Structure<br />Affirmative Sentences (Frases afirmativas)Sujeto + verbo principal.<br />Examples:<br />I wanted to dance. (Quería bailar.)<br />Shewas a doctor. (Era doctora.)<br />They learnedEnglish. (Aprendieron inglés.)<br />Webelievedhim. (Le creímos.)<br />
  14. 14. Negative Sentences (Frases negativas)<br />Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to do") + "not" + verbo principal.<br />Examples:<br />I didn'twant to dance. (No quería bailar.)<br />Shewasn't a doctor. (No era doctora.)<br />They didn't learn English. (No aprendieron inglés)<br />Wedidn'tbelievehim. (No le creímos.)<br />
  15. 15. Interrogative Sentences (Frases interrogativas)Verbo auxiliar ("to do") + sujeto + verbo principal?<br />Examples:<br />Did you want to dance? (¿Querías bailar?)<br />Wasshe a doctor? (¿Era doctora?)<br />Did they learn English? (¿Aprendieron ingles?)<br />Did you believehim? (¿Le creíste?)<br />
  16. 16. Present Continuous<br /> The English present continuous is used for actions that are being made at the time in which we speak.<br />
  17. 17. Examples:<br />
  18. 18. Structure:<br />Affirmative Sentences Estructura Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to be") + participio presente.<br />Examples:<br />I'm talking. (Estoy hablando.)<br />He's eating. (Está comiendo.)<br />They're learning. (Están aprendiendo.)<br />
  19. 19. Negative Sentences Estructura Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to be") + auxiliar negativo ("not") + participio presente.<br />Examples:<br />I'm not talking. (No estoy hablando.)<br />He's not [He isn't] eating. (No está comiendo.)<br />They're not [They aren't] learning. (No están aprendiendo.)<br />
  20. 20. Interrogative Sentences <br />Verbo auxiliar ("to be") + sujeto + participio presente?<br />Examples:<br />Are you talking? (¿Estás hablando?)<br />Is he eating? (¿Está comiendo?)<br />Are they learning? (¿Están aprendiendo?)<br />

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