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Presente simple he/she/it + es, s, ies, etc. Do/does
Presente continuo is/are+ verb(inf)+ ing
Pasado simple verb (past). Did
Pasado continuo was/were+ verb (past)+ ing
Presente perfecto have/has +verb (part)
Pasado perfecto had+ verb (part)
Futuro simple will+verb (inf)
Futuro cercano is/are+ going to+ verb (inf)
What Qué
Cuál/Cuáles       present. perfec: we used the present prefec-
im the recent past actions that have
When Cuándo                                    even in the present,
A quién
How Cómo
Whose De quién
How many
How much
What time
A qué hora
How far
A qué distancia/ Cuán lejos
How long
Cuánto tiempo
How old
Qué edad/ Cuántos años
How often
Cuán a menudo

a common noun: is a a nun that is used as the name of a class of things.

proper noun:  is a name that belongs only to some particular person, place, or thing.

(Henry, Boston, Monday, April)

noun: words that name people, places, or things are nouns.

(dad, sister, friend, Mr. Jones, park, school, New York)

adjective: describe nouns or pronons

adverb: descirbe verbs, adjectives, adverbs.

noun + adjective = noun phrase.

adjective that function as complement are called "predicate adjetives"

conjunctions: is a connecting word.

interjections: is a emotion word (ouch¡ , wow¡¡¡)

verb: a verb is a action word.

pronoun: a pronoun is a subtitute word.

modifiers: are words, phrases, or clauses that provide description in sentences.

preposition phrase:__ preposition + noun,pronoun,gerund or clause.

                                      (preposition + modifier(S) + noun, pronoun......

a propositinal phrase will funtion as an adjective or adverb. --- as an adjective, the preposition prhase will answer the question Wich one?

The note from Beverly confessed that she had eaten the leftover pizza.

Which note? The one from Beverly!

as a adverb, a prepsp phrase will answer questions such as How, when o where.

direct addres: nouns that have as function get the attention of someone to whom a person wants to speak.  (Peter, where are tou going? || Mother, can I have the basket? )

 Helping verbs: be- is, are, was, were, am, be, being, been, ||| have- have, has, had, || do-- do, does, did, done. || will, going to, used to.

 p.pro. (I, you, she, he, it, were, they.) ||| posse. adject. (my, yours, his, her, its, our, your, their)

posse. pron. (mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, yours, theirs,) ||e, you, him, her, it, us, you, them.)

she- personal pronuon - 3- singular ||| You - personal pronoun - 2 - singular-

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