Present tenses and the different information that can be transmitted with them.

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Basic concepts about grammar

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Questions in present simple

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Present simple for general states and descriptions

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Present continuous: expressing lasting actions

Quiz: Present tenses and the different information that can be transmitted with them.

Past tenses and the differences among them.

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Past simple: finished actions in past

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Past continuous: ongoing actions that get interrupted

Quiz: Past tenses and the differences among them.

Talking about the future and constructions with Will.

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Future simple with be + going to

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Future simple with will

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Conditional forms emphasizing type 1 (if + present simple, results with will, might, may)

Quiz: Talking about the future and constructions with Will.

To review the different forms of verbs (Regular, regular and non personal forms)

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Regular and irregular verbs

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Focus on present perfect for experiences

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Present perfect continuous: structure and use

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Past perfect: structure and use

Quiz: To review the different forms of verbs (Regular, regular and non personal forms)

Modal Verbs and Phrasal Modals: expressing obligation, prohibition and advice

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Modal verbs for recommendations

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Modal verbs for obligations

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Phrasal modals: types and use

Quiz: Modal Verbs and Phrasal Modals: expressing obligation, prohibition and advice

Constructions with adjectives and prepositions: Comparisons and Phrasal Verbs

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Adjective comparisons: as

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Phrasal verbs: constructions and possibilities

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Phrasal verbs: constructions and possibilities part 2

Quiz: Constructions with adjectives and prepositions: Comparisons and Phrasal Verbs

Emphasis on Past: Use of Past Modals and Past Habits

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Past modals: should have

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Past modals: would have

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Past habits: used to

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Past habits: would

Quiz: Emphasis on Past: Use of Past Modals and Past Habits

Conclusion

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Summary and conclusions

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Presentation of basic grammar concepts that will help you understand structures and more advanced constructions.

With the information provided in today class, you will be in charge of classifying a list of words and identifying the parts of sentences.

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  • The subject does an action and the object receives the action.
  • Adjetive and Noun ->they always go together
  • the adverb specifies the way that an action is done
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One important thing. Order of Adjectives:

These are the questions I ask when in doubt 😃

The advertising executive drove a flashy red car carefully.

  • Who?
  • The advertising executive

  • What (action)?
  • Drove

  • What (object)?
  • A Flashy red car

  • How?
  • Carefully

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Basic concept about grammar
Parts of the sentence:

  • Subject
    • What the sentence is about, the responsible for the action.
    • It’s the person or the object that performs an action.
  • Object
    • Nouns or phrases that receives the impact of the verb.
    • It’s quite similar to the subject.
    • It’s the one that recives the impact of the action.

The subject does an action and the object receives the action.
The subject and the object will always have the same components.

Example: “The advertising executive drove a flashy red car carefully”

  • The: Definite article
  • Advertising: Adjective
  • Executive: Noun
  • Drove: Verb
  • A: Indefinite article
  • Flashy: Adjective
  • Red: Adjective
  • Car: Noun
  • Carefully: Adverb

review some basic concepts of English grammar. adjective, noun, adverb, verb. it is very important to understand what the meaning is, how they interact and how we can use them to create new information.
the sentence as the unit that expresses the basic information. Prayer, we can divide it in two. A subject and the object. The subject does an action and the object receives the action. The subject and the object will always have the same relationship. adjectives provide additional information, and give us characteristics to identify the noun.

The adjective and the nouns always go together because the function of the adjective is to give additional information about a noun

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Noun (Sustantivo): Is practical the subject, an place or a status
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Adjective (Adejtivo): Is the word that describe the noun, “Black” cat. How is the cat? The cat is black
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Verb (Verbo): Is just an action
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Adverb (Adverbio): Is a “filter” or a “modifier” for the verb, it specifies how the verb was done “carefully”, “faster”, etc.

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The adjetives are describing words too

My notes:

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 aun así definitivamente tengo cosas por mejorar de mi inglés.

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There are 9 basic types of words, and they are called "parts of speech".

The most important parts of speech are the BIG FOUR, and the verb is the king of these. Here they are, each with an example and its basic “job”:

  • verb (deliver - expresses action)

  • noun (computer - expresses a thing)

  • adjective (yellow - tells us more about a noun)

  • adverb (quickly - tells us more about a verb)

The other parts of speech are mostly small words:

  • pronoun (it - replaces a noun)

  • preposition (on - links a noun to another word)

  • determiner (the - limits a noun)

  • conjunction (and - joins words)

  • interjection (ouch! - expresses feeling)

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-Subject: what the sentence is about, the responsible fot the action
-Object: Nouns or phrases that receives the impact of the verb
-Adverb: it is giving more information about how an action is done

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**The purpose of the adverb** is to show how an action is done.

Basic Concepts about grammar:

  • Subject: what the sentence is about, the resopnsible for the action.
  • Object: nouns or phrases that receive the impact of the verb.

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  • The subject does an action.
  • The object receives the action.
  • The adjective gives extra information about the noun, and they always go together.
  • The adverb gives more information about how an action is done.

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Basic Concepts About Grammar
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Parts of the Sentence**

-Subject
What the sentence is about, the responsible for the action.

-Object
Nouns or phrases that receive the impact of the verb.

Example:
The advertising executive drope a flashy red car carefully.

Parts of the Speech
The = Definite article
Advertising = Adjective
Executive = Noun
Drove = Noun
A = indefinite article
Flashy = Adjective
Red = Adjective
Car = Noun
Carefully = Adverb

Adjective and nouns always go togheter
Averb and verbs always go togheter