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|Nombre: Arturo Montes Ramírez |Matrícula: 2595203 |
|Nombre del curso: |Nombre del profesor: |
|English 8 |Nora Gabriela Gilling Navarro|
|Módulo: |Actividad: |
|3.- |Hw 17, Act and Hw 19 |
|Fecha: 01/07/10|
|Bibliografía: |
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Objective: Apply the appropriate structural changes when using negative or almost negative words at the beginning of a sentenceand in other structures to give emphasis

Write two personal examples for each of the inverted structures: indirect questions, negative or almost negative expression at the beginning of sentences, implied conditional, and with expressions of place at the beginning of a sentence.

Indirect questions
1.-Do you know who´s that car is?
2.-Do you know how old he is?
Negativeor almost negative
1.-Never is the cat in the house
2.-Never is the store open
Implied conditional
1.-Had I known when your birthday is, I would have bought you a present
2.-Had I gone to Paris, I would have visited the Eiffel Tower
Expressions of a place
1.-To the Muse concert went my friend
2.-To Argentina moved my family

The inversion of subject + (aux.) + verb is verycommon when we have to make a question and this is a structure we are familiar with. However as explained earlier, sometimes it is necessary to give more emphasis to a structure and the inversion helps give this extra meaning. This inversion is especially helpful when we want to make a question in a more polite way. At the beginning, this inversion might sound strange to you, but remember it ispart of everyday speech. Use it as much as you can. Remember you are familiar with the common structure in statements and how this structure is changed when making a question, so just apply the inversion process for each of the structures seen here.

|Nombre: Arturo Montes Ramírez |Matrícula: 2595203 |
|Nombre del curso:|Nombre del profesor: |
|English 8 |Nora Gabriela Gilling Navarro |
|Módulo: |Actividad: |
|3.-|Hw 17, Act 19 |
|Fecha: 01/07/10 |
|Bibliografía: |


Activity 1.
Complete the following sentences with an appropriate modal or modal like expression and the verb in parenthesis. Use the modal like expression with the correct tense and in affirmative or negative. More than one option is possible.
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