Tenses

English grammar. Present simple. Present continuous. Past simple. Past continuous. Suggestions. Be going to. Predictions. Comparative forms. Superlative. Give advice. Modal verbs. Should. Will. Like and dislike

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PRESENT SIMPLE (Routine actions)

I/you/we/they

Affirmative: I read a lot

Negative: I don't watch television.

Question: Do you often have parties?

Answer: Yes, I do/No, I don't

He/she/it

Affirmative: She reads a lot He listens to music

Negative: She doesn't watch television. He doesn't do anything special.

Question: Does he often have parties?

Answer: Yes he does/No, he doesn't.

PRESENT CONTINUOUS (Ara) subj +to be+ verb+ Ing (am/is/are)

I

Affirmative: I'm having a lunch

Negative: I am not having a lunch

Questions: Am I Having a lunch?

He/she/it

Affirmative: He's rollerblading

Negative: He isn't rollerblading

Question: Is he rollerblading?

We/you/they

Affirmative: You're listening to me

Negative: You aren't listening to me.

Question: Are you listening to me?

PAST SIMPLE (*was=singular//were=plural)

REGULAR VERBS IRREGULAR VERBS

Affirmative: He killed the snakes He went to Earth

Negative: He didn't kill Hercules He didn't go to Mount Olympus.

Questions: When was he born? Were you at school yesterday?

PAST COUNTINUS (*was=singular//were=plural)

I/He/she/it

Affirmative: I was working in Barcelona

Negative: I wasn't working in Barcelona.

Questions: What was I doing in 1992?

You/ We /they

Affirmative: You were working in Barcelona

Negative: You weren't working in Barcelona

Questions: What were you doing in 1992?

SUGGESTIONS (sugerencies)

Let's go to a movie

Shall we go to a movie?

How/What about going to a movie?

BE GOING TO (Plans futures o intencions).

I

Affirmative: I'm going to buy Beth a present.

Negative: I'm not going to buy Beth a present

Questions: Am I going to do that?

He/she/it

Affirmative: Beth's going to invite Andy to the party

Negative: Beth's isn't going to invite Andy to the party

Questions: Is Beth going to go that?

You/ We /they

Affirmative: They're going to dance all evening.

Negative: They aren't going to dance all evening.

Questions: Are they going to that?

WILL/WON'T (prediccions)

Affirmative: Any will go out with Beth

Negative: Andy won't go out with Beth

Question: Will Andy go out with Beth?

Answers: Yes he will/No he won't.

LIKES AND DISLIKES (+ ing form)

Questions: What do you like doing? /Do you like coking?

Answers: I like cooking, but I don't like cleaning. / Yes, he does-No, he doesn't.

COMPARATIVE FORMS

Tim is taller than Tom (es mes alt que)

Tim is as tall as Mary (es igual d'alt que)

Tim is not as tall as Frank (No es igual d'alt que)

SUPERLATIVE (*Quan te dos o més sil·labes si posa the most/the best/the worst)

The longest

The most successful

The best

The worst (el pitjor)

SHOULD/SHOULDN'T (CONSELL)

Affirmative: You should eat food with lots of vitamin A.

Negative: You shouldn't have a cold shower.

Questions: What should you do? /Should you eat spicy vegetables?

Answers: Yes, you should/No, you shouldn't

SOME-ALGUNS

ANY-CAP

'Tenses'

Acabats amb S!

Acabats amb ING!

Acabats amb ED! (verbs irregulars en passat) (DID!)

Acabats amb ING!

Answers:

Isn't/arn't