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c c       PRESENTE SIMPLE (Simple Present) Conjugacion Verbo TO BE en Presente Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I am Student/ at Home You are Student/ at Home He is Student/ at Home She is Student/ at Home We are Students/ at Home They are Students/ at Home You are Students/ at Home It is Student/ at Home

Negative Form (Forma negativa) I am not Student/ at Home You are not Student/ at Home He is not Student/ at Home She is not Student/ at Home We are not Students/ at Home They are not Students/ at Home You are not Students/ at Home It is not Student/ at Home

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa) Am I Student/ at Home? Are you Student/ at Home? Is he Student/ at Home? Is she Student/ at Home? Are we Students/ at Home? Are They Students/ at Home? Are you Students/ at Home? Is it Student/ at Home?

Conjugacion de Verbos en Presente El Do (I, you, they, we) y Does (It, He, She) son auxiliaries que nos ayudan a negar y a preguntar

Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I work in a school You work in a school He works in a school She works in a school We work in a school They work in a school You work in a school It works in a school

Negative Form (Forma negativa) I donÂśt work in a school You donÂśt work in a school He doesnÂśt work in a school She doesnÂśt work in a school We donÂśt work in a school They donÂśt work in a school You donÂśt work in a school It doesnÂśt work in a school

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa) Do I work in a school Do You work in a school Does He work in a school Does She work in a school Do We work in a school Do They work in a school Do You work in a school Does It work in a school

PASADO SIMPLE (Simple Past) Conjugacion Verbo TO BE en Pasado Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa)

Negative Form (Forma negativa)

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa)

I was Student/ at Home You were Student/ at Home He was Student/ at Home She was Student/ at Home We were Students/ at Home They were Students/ at Home You were Students/ at Home It was Student/ at Home

I was not Student/ at Home You were not Student/ at Home He was not Student/ at Home She was not Student/ at Home We were not Students/ at Home They were not Students/ at Home You were not Students/ at Home It was not Student/ at Home

Was I Student/ at Home? Were you Student/ at Home? Was he Student/ at Home? Was she Student/ at Home? Were we Students/ at Home? Were They Students/ at Home? Were you Students/ at Home? Was it Student/ at Home?


Conjugacion de Verbos en Pasado Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I worked in a school You worked in a school He worked in a school She worked in a school We worked in a school They worked in a school You worked in a school It worked in a school

Negative Form (Forma negativa) I didn¶t work in a school You didn¶t work in a school He didn¶t work in a school She didn¶t work in a school We didn¶t work in a school They didn¶t work in a school You didn¶t work in a school It didn¶t work in a school

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa) Did I work in a school Did You work in a school Did He work in a school Did She work in a school Did We work in a school Did They work in a school Did You work in a school Did It work in a school

PRESENTE CONTINUO (Present Continuous or Present Progressive) Formula: este tiempo va con verbo TO BE + otro verbo con ING + Complemento Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I am working You are doing the homework He is learning French She is studying English We are running They are watching TV You are drinking wine It is raining

Negative Form (Forma negativa) I am not working You are not doing the homework He is not learning French She is not studying English We are not running They are not watching TV You are not drinking wine It is not raining

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa) Am I working? Are you doing the homework? Is he learning French? Is she studying English? Are we running? Are They watching TV? Are you drinking wine? Is it raining?

PASADO CONTINUO (Past Continuous or Past Progressive) Formula: este tiempo va con verbo TO BE en pasado + otro verbo con ING + Complemento. Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I was working You was doing homework He was learning French She was studying English We were running They were watching TV You were drinking wine It was raining

Negative Form (Forma negativa) I was not working You were not doing homework He was not learning French She was not studying English We were not running They were not watching TV You were not drinking wine It was not raining

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa) Was I working? Were you doing homework? Was he learning French? Was she studying English? Were we running? Were They watching TV? Were you drinking wine? Was it raining?


PRESENTE PERFECTO (Present Perfect) El HAVE (I, you, they, we) y HAS (It, He, She) es el verbo TO HAVE que en este caso nos sirve de auxiliar para formar el tiempo presente perfecto, nos ayuda tambien a negar y a preguntar. Formula: Pronombre + Have o Has + Verbo en forma Participio + Complemento Ej: Yo he trabajado Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I have worked You have done homework He has learnt French She has studied English We have run They have watched TV You have drunk wine It has rained

Negative Form (Forma negativa) I haven¶t worked You haven¶t done homework He haven¶t learnt French She hasn¶t studied English We hasn¶t run They haven¶t watched TV You haven¶t drunk wine It hasn¶t rained

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa) Have I worked? Have you done homework? Has he learnt French? Has she studied English? Have we run? Have They watched TV? Have you drunk wine? Has it rained?

PASADO PERFECTO (Past Perfect) HAD es el verbo TO HAVE que en este caso nos sirve de auxiliar para formar el tiempo presente perfecto, nos ayuda tambien a negar y a preguntar. Formula: Pronombre + Had + Verbo en forma Participio + Complemento Ej: Yo habria trajado Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I had worked You had done homework He had learnt French She had studied English We had run They had watched TV You had drunk wine It had rained

Negative Form (Forma negativa) I hadn¶t worked You hadn¶t done homework He hadn¶t learnt French She hadn¶t studied English We hadn¶t run They hadn¶t watched TV You hadn¶t drunk wine It hadn¶t rained

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa) Had I worked? Had you done homework? Had he learnt French? Had she studied English? Had we run? Had They watched TV? Had you drunk wine? Had it rained?


PRESENTE PERFECTO CONTINUO (Present Perfect Continuous) Formula: Pronombre + Have + BEEN + Verbo con ING + Complemento Ej: Yo he estado trabajando/ Yo no he estado trabajando/ He estado trabajando? Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I have been working You have been doing He has been learning French She has been studying We have been running They have been watching TV You have been drinking wine It has been raining

Negative Form (Forma negativa)

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa)

I haven¶t been working You haven¶t been doing He hasn¶t been learning French She hasn¶t been studying We haven¶t been running They haven¶t been watching TV You haven¶t been drinking wine It hasn¶t been raining

Have I been working? Have you been doing? Has he been learning French? Has she been studying? Have we been running? Have They been watching TV? Have you been drinking wine? Has it been raining?

PASADO PERFECTO CONTINUO (Past Perfect Continuous)

Formula: Pronombre + Had + BEEN + Verbo con ING + Complemento Ej: Yo habia estado trabajando/ Yo no habia estado trabajando/ Habia estado trabajando. Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I had been working You had been doing He had been learning French She had been studying We had been running They had been watching TV You had been drinking wine It had been raining

Negative Form (Forma negativa)

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa)

I hadn¶t been working You hadn¶t been doing He hadn¶t been learning French She hadn¶t been studying We hadn¶t been running They hadn¶t been watching TV You hadn¶t been drinking wine It hadn¶t been raining

Had I been working? Had you been doing? Had he been learning French? Had she been studying? Had we been running? Had They been watching TV? Had you been drinking wine? Had it been raining?


PASADO PARTICIPIO (Past Participle) Formula: Pronoun + to be + verb in Participle Form. El verbo to be en este tiempo nos sirve como auxiliary y verbo mismo, y nos ayuda a negar y a preguntar. EspaĂąol hablado

comido

vivido

ĂŤ ? ???ĂŤ ? ?  ? ?   ?? ?   ? ? ? ?? ? ?   ? ? ?? ?  ?  ? ? ?? ?  ? ĂŤ? ???  ? ? ? ??? ?  ? ? ??? ? ?  ? ?   ?? ?   ?  ? ?  ???  ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ?  ???  ? ? Most past participles can be used as adjectives. Like other adjectives, they agree in gender and number with the nouns that they modify. Examples:    

aĂŤĂŤ ĂŤĂŤĂŽ ? ? ?  ? aĂŤ ĂŤ  ĂŤĂŤ ĂŽ ? ? ?  ? m ĂŤĂŤ ĂŤ ĂŽ ?    ? ?? a  ĂŤĂŤ  ĂŤ  ĂŽ ?     ? ??

? The past participle can be combined with the verb "ser" to express —   Use this construction when an action is being described, and introduce the doer of the action with the word "por."  

aĂŤĂŤ ĂŤ  ĂŤ ĂŤ ĂŽ? ? ? ????  ? aĂŤĂŤ ĂŤ ĂŤ   ĂŤ ĂŽ ?  ? ??  ? ??? 


FUTURO SIMPLE (Simple Future) Formula: Pronombre + will + verbo en infinitivo + complemento Ej: Yo trabajare / Yo no trabajare / Trabajare? Nota: cuando es negacion se puede usar el Won¶t o el Will no. Es lo mismo. Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I will work You will do He will learn French She will study We will run They will watch TV You will drink wine It will rain

Negative Form (Forma 6nterrog) I will not (won¶t) work You will not (won¶t) do He will not (won¶t) learn French She will not (won¶t) study We will not (won¶t) run They will not (won¶t) watch TV You will not (won¶t) drink wine It will not (won¶t) rain

Interrogative Form (Fra 6nterrogative) Will I work? Will You do? Will He learn French? Will She study? Will We run? Will They watch TV? Will You drink wine? Will It rain?

FUTURO Con Going to (Future) Formula: Pronombre + verbo TO BE + GOING to + Verbo en forma infinitiva + complemento. Ej: Yo voy a trabajar / Yo no voy a trabajar/ Voy yo a trabajar? Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I am going to work You are going to do He is going to learn She is going to study We are going to run They are going to watch TV You are going to drink It is going to rain

Negative Form (Forma negativa) I am not going to work You are not going to do He is not going to learn She is not going to study We are not going to run They are not going to watch TV You are not going to drink It is not going to rain

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa) Am I going to work? Are You going to do? Is He going to learn? Is She going to study? Are We going to run? Are They going to watch TV? Are You going to drink? Is It going to rain?


FUTURO CONTINUO (Future Continuous) Formula: Pronombre + WILL + BE + Verbo con ING + Complemeto. Ej: Yo estare trabajando / Yo no estare trabajando / Estare yo trabajando?

Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I will be working You will be doing He will be learning French She will be studying We will be running They will be watching TV You will be drinking wine It will be raining

Negative Form (Forma negativa)

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa)

I will not (won¶t) be working You will not (won¶t) be doing He will not (won¶t) be learning She will not (won¶t) be studying We will not (won¶t) be running They will not (won¶t) be watching tv You will not (won¶t) be drinking wine It will not (won¶t) be raining

Will I be working? Will you be doing? Will he be learning French? Will she be studying? Will we be running? Will they be watching TV? Will you be drinking wine? Will It be raining?

FUTURO PERFECTO SIMPLE Formula: Pronombre + WILL + HAVE + verbo en participio + Complemeto. Ej: Yo habre trabajado / Yo no habre trabajando / Habre yo trabajando? Affirmative Form (Forma afirmativa) I will have worked You will have done homework He will have learnt French She will have studied English We will have run They will have watched TV You will have drunk wine It will have rained

Negative Form (Forma negativa) I will not have worked You will not have done He will not have learnt French She will not have studied We will not have run They will not have watched TV You will not have drunk wine It will not have rained

Interrogative Form (Fra interrogativa) Will I have worked Will You have done homework Will He have learnt French Will She have studied English Will We have run Will They have watched TV Will You have drunk wine Will It have rained


CONDICIONAL PERFECTO (Perfect Conditional)

c   ? ??   ? ? ?? ? ?  ?

  ?? ? ? ?? ? ??  ? ? ?? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ??  ?  ?? ? ??   ?? ? ??  ? ? ? ?  ? ?? ?? ??   ???  ? ?     Formula: Pronoun/Subject + WOULD + Have + Verb in participle

m   ?  (?¢   ? ? ? ?? ?? ? ?  ? ? ? ? ??  ?   ? ??  Þ?¢   ??? ?? ? ?

?  ?  ? ? ? ? ? ? ?  V?¢  

 ?  ? ?? ?? ? ! "?Ăž ??  ?? ?  ? ? ?  ??#?    E.g: HUBIERA LLEGADO MAS TEMPRANO, SI HUBIESE CORRIDO MAS RAPIDO.? CONDICIONAL (ZERO CONDITIONAL) __             ————  (usado para expresar verdades cientĂ­ficas, hechos que nunca cambian o situaciones que siempre ocurren). Algunos gramĂĄticos incluyen este tipo de condicional dentro de _  c    o c—     —!——"—— á?  ?  ?  ? ? ? ?  —#—"— á?  ?  ???   ?  ? ?  ?   #—"—— á? ?? ?  ? ? 

PRIMER CONDICIONAL (First conditional)


——$!—— #  !— —— — It is generally used for things which    (utilizado para cosas que pueden ocurrir en presente o futuro) __         _     —  " #  á?  ? ?    ? ?  ? ? #———— !"—  #!—— á??  ? ? ?  ?  ? ? ? ?    SEGUNDO CONDICIONAL (Second conditional) ——$!—— #  %———!—  —— —It is generally used for things which—or#—  It is generally used for things which    (utilizado en presente o futuro para expresar situaciones hipotĂŠticas, que normalmente son irreales o imposibles). __        c     # "#! — á? ?  ?   ?? ? # "#—á? ??? ? ?    ? ?? ? ?  — #"—  #!!— á? ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?

TERCER CONDICIONAL (Third conditional)


——$!———— —"— —"— #   — — —(utilizado para expresar situaciones irreales Âą que nunca sucedieron Âą en el pasado y, en general, dentro de un contexto de crĂ­tica, queja o remordimiento). En espaĂąol tienes una construcciĂłn similar por lo cual este condicional no deberĂ­a resultar complicado. _ !— — & "'   (Si el PRIMER verbo de la oraciĂłn es TO BE, se usa WERE para todas las personas) __   _ c c    _ c       "  ! —— á?  ?  ?? ?  ?  ?  ? ?   ? ?   —!—#$—"—  #—  á? ?  ? ? ? ?  ? ? ???   ? 

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