Los tiempos verbales del ingles

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SIMPLE PRESENT WIHT “TO BE VERB”

Affirmative form
I | Am | I’m |
You We They | Are | You’re We’re They’re |
He She It | Is | He’s She’s It’s |

Subject + TO BE verb (am, are, is) + complement= I am a student

Negative form
I | Am not |
You We They | Are not Aren’t |
He She It | Is not Isn’t |

Subject + TO BE verb (am, are, is) + negation(not) + complement= she isn’t a student

Short answers
YesNo | I | Am am not |
| You We They | Are Are not |
| He She It | Is is not |

Interrogative form
Am | I | |
Are | You We They | |
Is | He She It | |


TO BE verb (am, are, is) + subject + complement? = are youstudent?

SIMPLE PRESENT WHIT “OTHER VERBS”

Affirmative form
Subject + principal verb + complement=
She speaks English

NOTE: In the third person adds S or ES at the end of the verb. If the verb ends in Y change by IES

Negative form
I You We They | Do notDon’t |
He She It | Does notDoesn’t |

Subject + auxiliary verb Do/Does +negation (not) + principal verb +complement=I don’t speak Spanish

Short answers |
YesNo | I You We They | DoDo not |
| He She It | DoesDoes not |

Interrogative form
Do | I You We They |
Does | He She It |

Auxiliary verb Do/Does + subject + principal verb + complement? =
Does she speak Spanish?

SIMPLE PAST WITH “TO BEVERB”

Affirmative form
I He She It | Was |
You We They | Were |

Subject + past TO BE verb (was, were) + complement= I was a student

Negative form
Subject + past TO BE verb (was, were) + negation (not) +complement=
I wasn’t in my house

Interrogative form
Past TO BE verb (was, were) + subject + complement= was she in your house?

SIMPLE PAST WITH “OTHER VERBS”Affirmative Form
Subject + past principal verb + complement =
I crossed the street

NOTE: To form the simple past adds ED or D at the end of the word if the verb is regular.

Negative form
Subject +past of auxiliary verb DO (did) + negation + principal verb + complement=
They didn’t eat the dinner

Interrogative form
Past of auxiliary verb DO (did) + subject + principal verb +complement? =
Did you make the exercises?

SIMPLE FUTURE WHIT “WILL”

Affirmative form
I You He She It We They | Will | I’ll You’ll He’ll She’ll It’ll We’ll They’ll |
Subject + auxiliary verb WILL + principal verb + complement= I will be a doctorNegative form
Subject + auxiliary verb WILL + negation (not) + principal verb + complement=
I won’t dance with you

Interrogative form
Auxiliary verb WILL + subject + principal verb + complement? = Will I be happy in New York?

NOTE: “will” is used to talk about situations very safe that will occur in the future.

SIMPLE FUTURE WHIT “GOING TO”

Affirmative form
Subject + TO BE verb (am, are,is) + going to + principal verb + complement=
We are going to go to Mary’s party

Negative form
Subject + TO BE verb (am, are, is) +negation (not) + going to + principal verb + complement=
They aren’t going to travel to France after all

Interrogative form
TO BE verb (am, are, is) + subject + going to + principal verb + complement? =
Is she going to buy a present for his godson?

NOTE:“going to” is used to talk about the future when you express a plan or an intention.

SIMPLE PRESENT CONTINUOUS

Affirmative form
Subject + TO BE verb (am, are, is) + principal verb + ing +complement=
Bart Simpson is playing in the garden

Negative form
Subject + TO BE verb (am, are, is) + negation (not) + principal verb + ing + complement=
Juanes isn’t practicing tennis in Beverly...
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