NAME: DOMINGUEZ PUEBLA PABLO ALBERTO
GRADE: 3 SEMESTER GROUP: R
SPECIALTY: TECHNOLOGICAL HIGH SCHOOL IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
TEACHER: ACEVEDO RUIZ DORA YAZMIN
NAME OF THE WORK: BOOKLET
SUBJECT: ENGLISH III
This it is a booklet that helped to be able to understand better the times his structure them, the rules, and to thus be able to understand better the topics.
Inthe booklet each subject well exemplified: What is it? So that it is? , How it works?
Its rules and with some examples in each of the forms: negative, affirmative and interrogative. Booklet was made to who what you can do is read it easier to understand the topics include some of them are present simple, future will, etc. i hope that this booklet is of their liking and helps.
Presentsimple, also called the indicative tense is the simplest of English. Is often used to talk about facts that are habits or customs.
This tense is used to express facts or general truths. We use the present simple to talk about habits; in this case, the sentence usually appears in the expressions of prayer frequency, as usually or always.
+ Verb + complement +Time expression
+ don’t/doesn't +Verb (simple form) + complement +Time expression
Do/does + + Verb (simple form)+ complement + time expression+?
(+) I study hard yesterday
(-) I don’t study hard yesterday
(?) Do I study hard yesterday?
Present progressive tense is used to stop express that an activity is happening at the moment of speaking. However, the present progressive can be used in aslightly different sense, expressing activities of a more general nature or that will happen in the near future. Example:
* I am taking German classes this semester
* I am going shopping today.
The Present Progressive is used to describe activities that take place in the present.
+ am/ is/ are + verb-ing + complement + time expression
+ am/ is/ are +not + verb-ing + complement + timeexpression
Am/ is/ are + +verb-ing + complement +time expression+?
(+) You are watching TV now
(-) You are not watching TV now
(?) Are you watching TV now?
We use the future will for Actions to be developed in the future with certainty, forecast the future, promises, offers. We also use 'will' when we make a plan for the future at the same time we are talking about:RULES:
+ Will + verb (simple form)+ + complement + time expression
+ will not (wont) +verb (simple form) + complement + time expression
Will + + verb (simple form)+ complement + time expression+?
(+) I will practice skateboarding tomorrow
(-) I won’t practice skateboarding next week
(?) Will you practice skateboarding next week?
Used 'going to' to discuss the future inEnglish when you want a plan or expresses an intention. Use 'going to' when you see that something will happen
To form the future with "going to" need to use the present simple of the verb "to be" followed by "going to" and then a verb.
+ am/ is/ are +going to + verb (simple form)+ + complement + time expression
+ am/ is/ are +not + going to + verb (simple form)+ + complement+ time expression
Am/ is/ are + + going to + verb (simple form)+ + complement + time expression+?
(+) I am going to play guitar whit my rock band tomorrow
(-) I am not going to play guitar whit my rock band tomorrow
(?) Are you going to play guitar whit you rock band tomorrow?
Simple Past tense is used to describe actions that have happened in an earlier time and have alreadycompleted.
Use the Simple Past to express the idea that an action started and finished at a specific time in the past. Sometimes, the speaker may not actually mention the specific time, but they do have one specific time in mind
+ Verb (past simple) + complement + time expression
+ didn't + Verb (past simple) + complement + time expression
Di + + Verb (past simple) + complement + time...