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FUTURE TENSE (WILL)

We have to used the auxilary will to form the simple future tense, it is followed by the simple formo f the verb. The auxiliary will is used with all the pronous, its contraction is: he´ll, they´ll, I´ll. We add not to will for the negative, its contraction is won´t.

Afirmative

He will answer well.They´ll remember the movie. You will travel to the Roma .

Interrogative

Will he tell in te morning? Will she present her work? Will you wait in Australia?

Negative

She wil not cook in the party. You won´t ask in the test. We won´t go to the movie.

FUTURE: BE GOING TO.

We use verb to bein present + going to + verb in infinitivo. Te negative form of the verb to be: ´m not, isn´t, aren´t. The interrogative form the verb to be: am? is? are?.

Afirmative

Rose is going to travel to Madrid. The animals are going to eat in the zoo. Im going to go.

Negative

The girl isn´t going to clean. I´m not going to eat now. He is not going to play soccer.

InterrogativeAre we going to talk? Are you going to feed the animals? Is he going to read this book?

MODALS VERBS

The Modals Verbs are: Can- Could, Would, Should, Must, May-Maight, Have to-Has to.

• Can- Could: possibility, ability. Negative form: Can´t- Couldn´t. Interrogative form: Can? Could?.

He can drive very well. Could you work in London? My uncle can´t run in the park.[pic]

• Would: request, offers, permission, invitation. Negative form: wouldn´t. Interrogative form: Would?

Would you answer the telephone? He wouldn´t go to the dentist. I would study Chinese.

• Should: advice or warming. Negative form: Shouldn´t. Interrogative form: Should? We don´t use should in the past tense.

You should go to the doctor. Heshouldn´t drive in this moment. They should talk.

• Must: need or obligation. Negative form: mustn´t- must not. Interrogative form: Must? Must isn´t in the past tense.

I must not dance folklorica. He must answer like that. Must we travel next week?

• May-Maight: possibility, permission, wish. . Negative form: may not, maight not. Interrogative form: may? Maight?He may not come tomorrow. May you go to library? May you be happy.

• Have to-Has to: obligation and autohority. . Negative form: Don´t have to, doesn´t have to, haven´t to, hasn´t to.. Interrogative form: Do______ have to? Does ____ have to?, Have_____ to?, Has_____ to? We use have to, has to for facts, not for our personal feelings.

You have to fixer yourcomputer. He doesn´t have to write his report.

PHARASAL VERBS

They are used in modern English, usually called idioms or compound verbs; we add preposition or adversas to certain verb, we get variety of meanings.
These are some pharasal verbs:

Call on: Somebody (usually + infinitive) ask him to something or to ask for help.

▪ The secretary was then,called on to give the information.

Tlak over: discuuss, to converse.

▪ It is a difficult matter, talk it over with your friends.

Take care of: look alter.

▪ Kevin will take care of the business.

Look for: search for, seek.

▪ I can´t find my book. Will your help me to look for it.

Try on: to put on ( and article of clothing) to see if it fits.

▪ Hetried his jacket on. It was perfect for him.

Put on: clothes, glasses, jewelery(USA)

▪ She put on her glasses and began to read.

WHO?

Who is working in this office?
Who went to Chicago last week?
Who could study this lesson?
Who will drink a cup of coffee?
Who wrote on the borrad?
Who was swimming in te river?

TO THINK

To think jeans to belive, to...
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