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Verbs + ing
Usually we add ing, When the verb ends in an e, we drop the e and add ing, If a one syllable (with only one vowel sound) verb ends in one consonant (forexample p, t, r) that follows one vowel (for example a, o, e), we double the consonant.Some verbs have irregular ing form
Example:

- Work – working
- Come – Coming
-Swim – Swimming
- Lie – Lying

Linking words
“ Linking words ” are used to link ideas when writing. They enable the writing to flow from one idea to the next in alogical and cohesive way. There are three main types of linking words: conjunctions, sentence connectors, subordinators.
Example:
* Is was late, he decided to take ataxi
* He is working because her girl got Personnel

Going to
" Going to " it is in use for speaking on intentions in the future. With " going to " three verbs arein use: the corresponding form of the verb " to be " as verb auxilar, " going to " and the basic form of the verb (the infinitive) like principal verb.
Example:
*I am going to eat
* You are going to talk
* He is going listen

Adjectives
Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person or thing in thesentence.
Example:
* Today is a beautiful morning
* My brothers is using a black pants
* I fell in love with a beautiful girl

Can – Can’t
We use 'can' to talkabout 'possibility'. and 'can't' and 'cannot' When we are speaking, we usually say 'can't'.
Example:
Can:
* You can leave your car in that parkingspace.
* You cannot smoke in here.
* Can you do that?

Can’t :
* You can't be hungry. You've just eaten.
* You can't come in.
* I can't drive.
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