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  1. La oracion – Thesentence:FNFVTobe

  2. Shakespeare istheauthor of Hamlet.

  3. Is Shakespeare theauthor of Hamlet?

  4. WHOistheauthor of Hamlet?

  5. Shakespeare isnottheauthor of Hamlet.

  6. Quotation “The novel isthebook of life” (D.H.Lawrence)

  7. OneHundredYears of Solitude and Love in times of Angerare GarciaMarquez’sworks.

  8. Are OneHundredYears of Solitude and Love in times of AngerGarciaMarquez’sworks?

  9. Whowastheauthor of OneHundredyears of Solitude?

  10. OneHundredYears of Solitudeand Love in Times of Anger are not Ernesto Sabato’sworks.

  11. Questionwords HowWhich HowlongWhere HowdeepWhen HowoldWhy Who Whom Whose What

  12. Examples

  13. 1- Howlongisthe novel? 2- Howdeepisthestory? 3- HowoldisGarciaMarquez? 4- Whoistheauthor of De Pe a Pa? 5- Whowasthelastwinner of the Nobel Prize of Literature? 6- Whomdoes Bioy Casares dedicatehisbook?

  14. 7- WhoseisLove in Times of Anger? 8- What’sthename of Cortazar’smostfamousnovel? 9- Whichplay do youprefer: HamletorMacbeth? 10- Whereis Luisa Futoranskyfrom? 11- Whenwas Jorge Luis Borges born? 12- Whyis Alejandra Pizarnikimportantfor XX centuryliterature?

  15. A wholesentence • A greatprolificdecade in thehistory of theEnglish novel isthe short periodbetween 1850 and 1860 inclusive.

  16. Pronouns and Adjectives I my mine myself Youyouryoursyourself He hishishimself Sheherherherself Ititsitsitself Weouroursourselves Youyouryoursyourselves Theytheirtheirsthemselves

  17. I am a teacher. Mystudents are in theclassroom. Thesebooks are mine. I myselfbringmybooks.

  18. Nouns • things, objects, people, ideas, feelings, etc.

  19. Form Simple: play, poem Derivative: student, immaturity, memorization,examination Compound: short story, classroom, lifespan, problem-solving

  20. Formas de identificación del sustantivo (Ways of identifyingthenoun in thesentence) • Typicalendings: -ance: performance -ence: existence, competence -ity: diversity -er: writer -ist: artist, essayist, novelist -or: translator -ion: examination, memorization

  21. -ness: usefulness -ism:syncretism,mecanism,mannerism -ship: partnership -dom: freedom -ing: problem-solving, processing -ment: experiment, payment

  22. Inflexion Plural(Plural Inflection) “s” • poems, novels, plays, words “es” • dress- dresses, • church-churches, • process-processes

  23. y - ies • activity – activities • story – stories Irregulares • man – men • child – children • person - people

  24. Palabras plurales y singulares de origen griego y latino: • analysis – analyses • basis – bases • curriculum – curricula • hypothesis – hypotheses • syllabus – syllabi Dictionary Rules: Reglas del diccionario

  25. Genitive Case • Cortazar’snovels are innovative. • Theresearches’articles are valuable.

  26. Premodificadores del Sustantivo (premodifiers of thenoun) Articles: • the (el, la, los, las, lo); • A, an (un, una)

  27. Possessiveadjectives My, your, etc. Demostrativeadjectives • This • ThatThisbookis mine • TheseThat novel isHopscotchbyCortazar • Those

  28. Quantityadjectives • Many • Few • Little • Enough • Several • Any • Numeralslikeone, two, three, etc

  29. Adjectivephrases of quantity • A lot of • Plenty of • A greatdeal of • A greatnumber of • A largequantity of

  30. Distributiveadjectives • Each (cada) • Every (todas/os) • Either (una de dos) • Neither (ninguna de las dos)

  31. Qualifyingadjectives • Famouswriters • Great novel • Long book • Contentioussubject • Importantworks

  32. Present and pastparticipleverbs: Present • Learningprocesses • Affectingfactors • Changinglocation Past • Unrequitedlove • Written novel

  33. Nouns • Madurationprocess • Behaviourpatterns

  34. Postmodifiers • Phraseswithinitialpreposition Compilation of essays OneHundredYears of Solitude A bookby Borges

  35. Phraseswithpresentparticipleverb • A bookanalyzingthehistory of our country • A picturedescribing a book and itsparts

  36. Phraseswithpastparticipleverb Themethodused Thebookwritten in English

  37. Phraseswithinitialinfinitive • Effortstoguaranteetheteaching-learningprocess

  38. RelativePropositions …Rayuela, whichis a wonderful and innovative novel

  39. Simple Present I write Youwrite He Shewrites It We Youwrite They

  40. I do not(don’t) write Youdo notwrite He doesn’twrite Shedoesn’twrite Itdoesn’twrite Wedo notwrite Youdo notwrite Theydo notwrite

  41. I write in my free time. I do notwritein my free time. Doyouwrite in your free time? Whatdoyouwrite in your free time?

  42. GarciaMarquezwritesnovels. GarciaMarquezdoesnotwriteplays. DoesGarciaMarquezwritenovels WhatdoesGarciaMarquezwrite?

  43. PresentContinuous I am writing a short story at themoment. I am studyingfor my exam. Sheiswriting a novel.

  44. Areyoustudyingforyourexam? • Isshestudyingforherexam?

  45. I’mnotwriting a novel • Sheisnotstudying at themoment.

  46. Present simple and PresentContinuous ShewritesnovelsSheiswriting a novel now. I read short stories I am readingpoemsnow. WeteachlanguageThey are teachingnow

  47. Past Simple Acciones que sucedieron en el pasado sin conexión con el presente

  48. Regular Verbs – Irregular Verbs work – workedfind - found prove – provedknow - knew replace – replacedhave - had consist – consistedbe – was, were use – used do - did develop – developedteach - taught

  49. Past Simple of TOBE InfinitiveSimple Past I was Tobe Youwere He was Shewas Itwas Wewere Youwere Theywere

  50. Edgar Allan Poe wasborn in 1809. He wasfromthe USA. Hislifewasnoteasy. His real parentswerefrom Boston.