Estructuras gramaticales en ingles

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GRAMMAR STRUCTURES

TENSE AFFIRMATIVE
SENTENCE NEGATIVE
SENTENCE INTERROGATIVE
SENTENCE SHORT ANSWER LARGE
ANSWER WH-QUESTION SHORT
ANSWER LARGE
ANSWER

Present to be Subject + verb to be + complement.

EXAMPLE:

She is a good person with the children in the school.
Subject + verb to be + not + complement.

EXAMPLE:

They aren’t musicians in their school.

Verb to be +subject + complement?

EXAMPLE:

Are you a doctor in the hospital?
Affirmation + subject + verb to be.

EXAMPLE:

Yes, I am.

Negation + subject + verb to be + not.

EXAMPLE:
No, I am not.
Affirmation + subject + verb to be + complement.

EXAMPLE:

Yes, I am a doctor in the hospital.

Negation + subject + verb to be + not + complement.

EXAMPLE:
No, I am not a doctor in thehospital.
Wh- word + verb to be + subject + complement?

EXAMPLE:

What is your favorite sport?
Information required.

EXAMPLE:

Basketball.
Subject + verb to be + complement.

EXAMPLE:

My favorite sport is basketball
TENSE AFFIRMATIVE
SENTENCE NEGATIVE
SENTENCE INTERROGATIVE
SENTENCE SHORT ANSWER LARGE
ANSWER WH-QUESTION SHORT
ANSWER LARGE
ANSWER

Past to be Subject +verb to be in past + complement.

EXAMPLE:

I was a student of the Garaicoa High School.
Subject + verb to be in past + not + complement.

EXAMPLE:

They weren’t in their house on Sunday.
Verb to be in past + subject + complement?

EXAMPLE:

Was Manta in the Coast Region?
Affirmation + subject + verb to be in past.

EXAMPLE:

Yes, it was.

Negation + subject + verb to be inpast + not.

EXAMPLE:

No, it wasn’t.
Affirmation + subject + verb to be in past + complement.

EXAMPLE:

Yes, it was in the Coast Region.

Negation + subject + verb to be in past + not + complement.

EXAMPLE:

No, it wasn’t in the Coast Region.
Wh-word + verb to be in past + subject + complement?

EXAMPLE:

Where was he on last Friday?
Information required.

EXAMPLE:In the house.
Subject + verb to be in past + complement.

EXAMPLE:

He was on last Friday in the house.
TENSE AFFIRMATIVE
SENTENCE NEGATIVE
SENTENCE INTERROGATIVE
SENTENCE SHORT ANSWER LARGE
ANSWER WH-QUESTION SHORT
ANSWER LARGE
ANSWER

Simple Present Tense Subject + main verb (s form) + complement.

EXAMPLE:

My father smokes in the cold night.
Subject + do / does + not +main verb + complement.

EXAMPLE:

They don’t watch T.V. in the morning.
Do / does + subject + main verb + complement?

EXAMPLE:

Does your father sing in the church?
Affirmation + subject + do / does.

EXAMPLE:

Yes, he does.

Negation + subject + do / does + not.

EXAMPLE:

No, he doesn’t.
Affirmation + subject + main verb (s form) + complement.

EXAMPLE:

Yes, hesings in the church.

Negation + subject + do / does + not + main verb + complement.

EXAMPLE:

No, he doesn’t sing in the church.
Wh-word + do / does + subject + main verb + complement?

EXAMPLE:

What time do you write a poem?
Information required.

EXAMPLE:

At 7: 30.
Subject + main verb + complement.

EXAMPLE:

I write a poem at 7: 30 pm.

TENSE AFFIRMATIVE
SENTENCENEGATIVE
SENTENCE INTERROGATIVE
SENTENCE SHORT ANSWER LARGE
ANSWER WH-QUESTION SHORT
ANSWER LARGE
ANSWER

Simple Past Tense Subject + main verb in past + complement.

EXAMPLE:

I cooked chicken and rice on last Monday.
Subject + did + not + main verb in present + complement.

EXAMPLE:

He didn’t enjoy in his party with his friends.
Did + subject + main verb in present +complement?

EXAMPLE:

Did your mother work in El Hierro?
Affirmation + subject + did.

EXAMPLE:

Yes, she did.

Negation + subject + did + not.

EXAMPLE:

No, she didn’t.
Affirmation + subject + main verb in past + complement.

EXAMPLE:

Yes, she worked in El Hierro.

Negation + subject + did + not + main verb in present + complement.

EXAMPLE:

No, she didn’t work in El...
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