Nouns, is the name of a person, place, thing or idea are also names a specific person or specific place or object. Generally are capitalized.
* My name is Alfredo Pacino
* I am from Bolivia
* I'd like to live in Europe
Pronouns in English can be classified into personal (or nominal), accusative, indefinite, possessive, relative andreciprocal. Pronouns are words that indicate or substitute others that normally have already been appointed.
I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they
me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them
my, your, his her, its, our, your, their
mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs
myself, yourself,himself, herself, itself, ourselves
anyone, someone, nobody, everybody, anybody
that, who, whose, which, whom
each other, one another
* Somebody take my pencil
* They are my friends of school
The English verbs are actions that make the subject.
* Jason is writing a letter from the office
*Mary is sweeping the kitchen
The adjectives in English can be classified into the following categories: Some, Qualifying, Quantitative, Name Attributives, Participles, Composites, Numerals, etc.. Here we also see the intensifier of adjectives, comparatives, superlatives and how comparisons are made in English.
* This mirror is very dirty.
* I am studying thesecond semester of my race
Adverbs in English can be classified into the following categories: adverbs of manner, adverbs of place, time adverbs, adverbs of duration, frequency adverbs, adverbs of order, degree adverbs, adverbs of certainty.
* All week I’m gonna go to school at evening.
* I am extremely tired
English prepositions can be classifiedinto: prepositions of place prepositions of time, prepositions of direction, etc.. Prepositions are words that relate the elements of a sentence.
* In the next door is the principal.
* Around the table is the tablecloth
Los conectores o conjunciones son palabras que usamos para unir dos o más frases o dos palabras dentro de la misma oración.
* Ineed to go to the doctor because my stomach hurts
* My mother not only work even clean the house
Interjections are generally expressed through the monosyllabic word, and intended to summarize the contents of an entire sentence. For example: say there! I feel we may be expressing a lot of pain!. These items to be included in the written language thoughtless lose that status,but continue to express feelings the interjection does not belong to the subject or the predicate, and generally considered unimembre prayer. Almost always enclosed in exclamation marks.
* ¡Hurra! : (Hapiness)
* ¡Oh!: (surprise)
An article is a word placed before a noun that indicates whether the noun refers to something specific or something specific.
In English,as well as in Spanish no definite articles and indefinite articles (undefined).
* An apple is rotten
* The book is very expensive.
UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA ESPAÑA DE
ADMINISTRACIÓN DE EMPRESASSEGUNDO CUATRIMESTRE
PARTES DE LA ORACION
ALUMNO: EDGAR NOE CHAVEZ RIVAS
Victoria de Durango, Dgo; Mayo 23 de 2011.
IN THE NEXT PARAGRAP I WILL POINT THE VERBS WITH COLOR RED
Scene I.—A pavilion near Pizarro’s Tent.
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