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English Grammar (The Matrix)

English Grammar (The Matrix)

English Grammar (The Matrix). Parts of Speech Course: INGL. 3021/3022 Oral and Written English Professor: Aníbal Muñoz. Definitions Nouns Pronouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbs Prepositions Conjunctions. Interjections Determiners Subordinators Interrogatives Qualifiers

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English Grammar (The Matrix)

English Grammar (The Matrix)

English Grammar (The Matrix). Parts of Speech Course: INGL. 3021/3022 Oral and Written English Professor: Aníbal Muñoz. Definitions Nouns Pronouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbs Prepositions Conjunctions. Interjections Determiners Subordinators Interrogatives Qualifiers

By ostinmannual
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Pasado Participio

Pasado Participio

Pasado Participio. Past Participle. To form the past participle, simply drop the infinitive ending (-ar, -er, -ir) and add - ado (for -ar verbs) or - ido (for -er, -ir verbs). Ejemplos: caminar - ar + ado = caminando correr - er + ido = corrido vivir - ir + ido = vivido. -er

By niveditha
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El Presente Perfecto

El Presente Perfecto

El Presente Perfecto . Introducción Estructura Gramatical Conjugación. Introducción. En inglés, el presente perfecto (present perfect) corresponde a “I have spoken,” “You have listened,” “She has considered” etc. - (Yo) he hablado a I have spoken

By joy
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What is a phrase?

What is a phrase?

What is a phrase? . Chapter 14 p. 440. PHRASE. A phrase is a group of related words that is used as a single part of speech and that does not contain both a verb and its subject. Example Could have been [no subject] Instead of Debra and him [no subject or verb]

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LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ THE PERFECT TENSE

LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ THE PERFECT TENSE

LE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ THE PERFECT TENSE. Talking about actions, completed in the past. USING THE PASSÉ COMPOSÉ. How do we talk about things in the past in English? Here are a few examples: 1 I have eaten my breakfast 2 You have sold (your cds) 3 They have finished their homework

By Leo
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Punctuation!

Punctuation!

Punctuation!. Commas. Series. Use a comma to set off items in a series. Example: The flag is red, white, and blue. Do not use a comma when there are only two items in the list. Example: I like coffee and donuts for breakfast. Do not use commas when “and” or “or” joins each item. Example:

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The Passive

The Passive

The Passive. INGL 3102 C. Mazak. Find a new verb form….

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Verbals

Verbals

Verbals. Verbals are words that look like verbs, but act like something else (nouns, adjectives, or adverbs). Three Types of Verbals. Gerunds Participles Infinitives. Verbal #1: Gerunds. Gerunds are words that look like verbs but act like NOUNS and end in ING . How do they function?

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Participial Phrases

Participial Phrases

Participial Phrases. Participles describe nouns or pronouns Present participles always end in ing Past participles always end in ed 1. STANDING there in the middle of the street , Marty suddenly thought of Halloween.

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Haz Ahora viernes el 6 de junio 2014

Haz Ahora viernes el 6 de junio 2014

Haz Ahora viernes el 6 de junio 2014 . Pon tu diario en la mesa por favor. Yo Puedo …. Repasar los puntos mas importantes del segundo semestre Agenda: Do Now / Return papers / lost and found / take home your stuff please! Reminders Burning question review

By kitra
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Comma Rules

Comma Rules

Comma Rules. #1. Use commas to separate 3 or more items in a series. Use commas to separate words in a series. We have read poems by Longfellow, Teasdale, and Dickinson this week. NOTE: Suzie, Zack and I are going riding. Suzie, Zack, and I are going riding.

By gustav
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Participial Phrase

Participial Phrase

Participial Phrase. We could see the lake and the mountains across the lake on the French side. Sadao had his reward. The sun rose clear and bright. Spencer took half an hour. Sitting up in bed eating breakfast , we could see the lake and the mountains across the lake on the French side.

By indra
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Past participles as adjectives

Past participles as adjectives

Past participles as adjectives. Complétez. fiancés !. Edward et Bella sont _________. f atiguée !. Elle est __________. terminée !. réparé !. L’école est __________. Le verre est _________. agenouillé !. remplies !. Les ventres sont ________.

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Verbals !!!!

Verbals !!!!

Verbals !!!!. Verbals. What is a VERBAL?? A verbal is a word that is formed from a verb , but it is used in a sentence as a Noun Adjective Or, an Adverb. There are three kinds of VERBALS:. 1. Gerunds 2. Infinitives 3. Participles. 1) The GERUND.

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VERBALS AND VERBAL PHRASES

VERBALS AND VERBAL PHRASES

VERBALS AND VERBAL PHRASES. The Participle. A verbal is a word that is formed from a verb but is used in a sentence as a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. There are three kinds of verbals : the participle , the gerund , and the infinitive.

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Verbals Notes (Day 1): Participles

Verbals Notes (Day 1): Participles

Verbals Notes (Day 1): Participles. What is a verbal?. A verbal is a word that looks like a verb, but does not act like a verb. A verbal is a part of speech other than a verb (noun, adjective, adverb). Types of Verbals. Participles Infinitives Gerunds. Today’s Verbal: Participles.

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Verbs

Verbs

Verbs. It’s what you do, or are, or seem, or other things too, but mostly what you do. Verb : a word that expresses an action, condition, or state of being . Action verb : A verb that demonstrates an action

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Kinds of Sentences

Kinds of Sentences

Kinds of Sentences.

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Past Participles as adjectives

Past Participles as adjectives

Past Participles as adjectives. -ado, - ido. In English. The past participle of many verbs can be used as an adjective. The past participle usually ends in – ed and is frequently used with the verb – to be to describe people, places, and things. The article is published

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