VREB MODAL CAN
CERVANTES PEREZ GINA PAOLA
GONZALEZ MACHUCA MARIA ANGELICA
MOLINA ESCORCIA YULY VANESSA
EDUCATIONAL CORPORATION OF THE LITTORAL
28 MAYO- 2010
THIS ONE IS A WORK IN WHICH WE WILL SEE THE IMPORTANCE OF HIS ULTILIZACION ANDWHEN WE PRUNE TO APPLY THEM TO OUR DAILY LIFE. SINCE IT IS FUNDAMENTAL IN OUR WAY TO SPEAK AND TO WRITE THIS LANGUAGE.
THE AIM OF THIS WORK IS TO KNOW THERE's APPLICATION IS-THERE I PLOUGHED, MODAL VERB KHAN AND CONSTANT PRESENT. IN THEM HIS PRAYERS: AFFIRMATIONS, NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE WITH HIS CORRESPONDING EXAMPLES.
TABLE OF CONTENIDO
1. THERE IS- THERE ARE2.2. RULES THERE IS- THERE ARE
2.3. STATEMENTS POSITIVES
2.4. STATEMENTS NEGATIVE
2.5. STATEMENTS INTERROGATIVE
2. PRESENT CONTINUOS
2.1. STRUCTURE POSITIVE
2.2. STRUCTURE NEGATIVE
2.3. STRUCTURE QUESTIONS
3. VERB MODAL CAN
THERE IS- THERE ARE
We use There is / There are to say that something exists (or does not exist). The real subject usually comesafter there is/ there are.
1) Use "There is" for singular nouns and things you cannot count.
There is a river in my town
There is a ghost in this room
There is an apple on the desk
There is ice on the lake
There is oil on the pavement...
2) Use "There are" for plural nouns; that is to say, we use there are with a pluralsubject.
There are two parks in my neighbourh
There are 600 students in this school
There are four windows in my room
3) To say the opposite, (the negative form of this structure), use isn't (is + not) or aren't (are + not)
There isn't a telephone in the kitchen
There isn't a balcony
Thereisn`t an orange on the table
There isn't ice on the lake
There aren`t chairs in my room
There aren´t two pictures on the wall. Just one
4) To make questions, (to ask whether something exists or it doesn`t) just change the order of there is and there are......
Is there a balcony in theflat?
Is there a Post Office near hear? Yes, there is No, there isn`t
Are there two telephone lines? Yes, there
No, there aren`t
5) Toexpress the idea of quantity, we usually have to use "some" and ''any" with there is and there are. This happens when we have to mention an unspecified amount of something, for example, when we are using uncountable nouns.
We generally use some for positive statements, and any for negative and interrogative ones.
There is some water in thebottle
There is some milk in the jar
There are some letters for you
There are some cupboards under the sink
There isn`t any bread in the bask
There isn't any wine in the fridge
There aren`t any apples
There aren`t any tomatoes
There aren`t anyoranges....Wow!!!The fridge is
Is there any sugar in the sugar pot?
Is there any cool water in the fridge?
Is there any quiet place around here?
Are there any glasses in the cupboard?
Are there any chairs in your room?
Are there any bottles to throw away?