Pronoun

Subject
Object Possessive
Pronoun
Adjective

Mime
Yours
His
Hers
Its
Ours
Yours
Theirs

I
You
He
She
It
We
You
Th...
Possessive
Adjective

I
You
We
They

Feel
Have
Do

Do
Go

has

Feels
Has
Does

Does
Goes

Have

He
She
It

EXCEPTION

Add,...
Comparative Adjectives
Nice
nicer
Large Larger
Cheap cheaper
Long
Longer
Pretty
Big
Hot
Bad

prettier
bigger
Hotter
worse
...
Love
Like
Want
Have

Verb TO DO
Subject Pronoun

I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They

1- Do you like jazz?
Do you like movies?

2-...
Verb TO BE + verb*ing
Grandparents
Parents
Children
Relatives
Siblings

I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They

am
are
is

working

a...
I
You
He
She
It
We
You
They

The adverbs of frequency
Definite: they go at the end of the sentence.
Indefinite:They always...
Regular

Simple Present Past
To Be
I
am
was
You
are
were
He
She
is
was
It
We
You
are
were
They

I Have
You
We
They
He Has
...
Preposition
of place

There is
There are

demasiado

Hay

Enough at the end of negative sentence
Too
use it in affirmative...
Preposition
of place

There is
There are

demasiado

Hay

Enough at the end of negative sentence
Too
use it in affirmative...
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English iii clues new interchange

  1. 1. Pronoun Subject Object Possessive Pronoun Adjective Mime Yours His Hers Its Ours Yours Theirs I You He She It We You They Possessive What is your name ? My name is Information question first and last name Mr. Titles Ms. me you him her it us you them Mrs. Miss Title + Last name What Who Where When Which Whom Whose Why How Full name: -First -Middle -Last -Second Last My xxxxx Your xxxxx His xxxxx Her xxxxx Its xxxxx Our xxxxx Your xxxxx Their xxxxx Verb TO BE I am You are He She is It We You are They
  2. 2. Possessive Adjective I You We They Feel Have Do Do Go has Feels Has Does Does Goes Have He She It EXCEPTION Add, in 3rd person singular, “s” to all verbs or “es” to the verbs ending in (x,sh,ch,s,o) My xxxxx Your xxxxx His xxxxx Her xxxxx Its xxxxx Our xxxxx Your xxxxx Their xxxxx I study at Yes Center He studies at Yes Center Preposition On In At After Around For Adjectives Early Late Adverbs Until Before A. What does he/she do? B. Where does he/she work? C. What does he/she do, exactly?
  3. 3. Comparative Adjectives Nice nicer Large Larger Cheap cheaper Long Longer Pretty Big Hot Bad prettier bigger Hotter worse Dry Thin Scary Happy Drier Thinner Scarier Happier Funny Busy funnier busier Dull Fat Duller Fatter Easy easier New Newer 1- How much does it cost? It costs $30. More expensive Than 2- How much is it? It is $45. More Beautifull 3- How much is this necklace? This one? More Famous 4- How much are these earrings? Which ones? Comparative Adjective 5- How much is That? That one? More Popular 6- How much are those earrings? Which ones? better Less Good 7- which one do you prefer? I prefer the blue one. Bad worse Far farther further 1. cvc + c + “er “ Little Less 2. Ends “e “ add “r “ Shy Shyer 3. Ends “y “ add “ier “
  4. 4. Love Like Want Have Verb TO DO Subject Pronoun I You He She It We You They 1- Do you like jazz? Do you like movies? 2- Does he play piano? 3- What kind of music do you like? 4- Who do they like? do do does do Possessive Object Adjective Pronoun My Your His Her Its Our Your Their me you him her it us you them Yes, I do. I like it a lot. No, I don`t like it very much. Yes, I do. I like them a lot. Yes, he does. He plays piano. No, he doesn`t play the piano. No, he doesn`t. He plays the guitar. I like salsa. They like U2.
  5. 5. Verb TO BE + verb*ing Grandparents Parents Children Relatives Siblings I You He She It We You They am are is working are 1. cvc + c + ing 2. Ends “e “ drop “e “ add “ing “ Getting Danceing Taking Fixing Admitting Running Writeing Driving Mixing Whispering 3. Exception (x,w,y) 4. 2 syllable Shopping Comeing Riding Drawing Listening Swimming Liveing Making Sewing Drying Stative Verbs (not ing) Jogging Giveing Closing Playing Studying Have Love Staying Crying Iron - Ironing Like want Know
  6. 6. I You He She It We You They The adverbs of frequency Definite: they go at the end of the sentence. Indefinite:They always go before the verbs. Exception: They go after the verb to be Simple Present To Be To Go To Have To Do am Go Have Do are is are Goes Go Has Does Have Do On >> over something In >> general - inside At >> specific
  7. 7. Regular Simple Present Past To Be I am was You are were He She is was It We You are were They I Have You We They He Has She It Irregular Cleaned Run – ran-run Closed Feel – felt-felt Played Buy – bougth-bought Stayed Swim – swam-swum Enjoyed Pay – paid-paid Mixed Do – did-done Started Go – went-gone Worked See – Saw-seen Watched Meet – Met-met Vacuumed Sleep – Slept-slept Shopped Drink – Drank-drunk Stopped Draw – Drew - Drawn Danced Lie – Lay-Lain (mentir,descansar) Invited Lay – Laid-Laid (SVOC) poner Fixed Fly – Flew-Flown Studied Admitted Put – Put-Put Cried Whispered Eat-Ate-Eaten Tried Visited Listened 1. cvc + c + ed Allowed 2. Ends “e “ add “d “ Boxed 3. Exception (w,y,x,) Starred Happenned 4. 2 syllable Helpped Lie – Lied – Lied (mentir)
  8. 8. Preposition of place There is There are demasiado Hay Enough at the end of negative sentence Too use it in affirmative sentence Statements Affirmative Negatives and questions Singular Use a or an Plural Use s or es (x,sh,ch,s,o) Quantifiers Some Any A lot of/Several A little Much A few Many Count and non-count On In In front of In back of Behind Under Next to Near Close Far Between Across from On the corner of Uncountable or non-count (Only in singular) Countable or count
  9. 9. Preposition of place There is There are demasiado Hay Enough at the end of negative sentence Too use it in affirmative sentence Statements Affirmative Negatives and questions Singular Use a or an Plural Use s or es (x,sh,ch,s,o) Quantifiers Some Any A lot of/Several A little Much A few Many Count and non-count On In In front of In back of Behind Under Next to Near Close Far Between Across from On the corner of Uncountable or non-count (Only in singular) Countable or count

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