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THE AFTER EXAM PAGE .- Business English 2 (first term)

4 December 2019

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1.Lexical verbs can be REGULAR or IRREGULAR
Regular Verbs have a regular ending in –ED in the past form and the past participle form. See:
to play (INFINITIVE form) played (PAST form) played (PAST PARTICIPLE form): JUGAR
to work worked worked : TRABAJAR
to spell spelled spelled: DELETREAR

Irregular verbs do not have a regular ending. These verbs have different forms. Sometimes all three forms are the same. See:
to quit quit quit: ABANDONAR
to write wrote written: ESCRIBIR

2.How to conjugate lexical verbs in the past simple tense
aff.-                                                              neg.-
I /you saw.yo/tú vi (viste)                           I / you did not see
she saw                                                         she did not see.ella no vio
we / you / they saw                                     we / you / they did not see

int.-
Did I / you see?
Did she see?
Did we / you / they see? .¿vimos nosotros?

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Verbal tenses in English language (Business English 1)

4 February 2019

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Business English 1.-

1/02/2019

Verbal tenses

Present simple tense (LEXICALS)

Susan helps Peter with maths / John´s sister reads the newspaper everyday

I do not like beer / We do not understand that, teacher / Tom does not drink any tea

Do you speak English? / Do they live in Berlin?

 

Present simple tense (AUXILIARIES)

-to be, to have, to do- (PRIMARY AUXILIARY verbs)

-will, shall- (pure future)

-can could (ability, permission, possibility)

You are French / She is not Spanish, she is German / Carol is 14 years old

Have you got a book? –No, I haven´t / Have you got a dictionary of English? –Yes, I have

Are you happy? –Yes, I am / Is she your sister? –No, she isn´t

 

Present simple tense (AUXILIARIES) CAN COULD-PODER

Can you type?-No, I can´t / Can your brother type? – Yes, he can

Can I go to the toilet, please? –Yes, you can

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Cómo conjugar un verbo léxico en lengua inglesa

4 October 2015

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Conjugate verbs in English

1/ Class of verb: lexical verb (dance, hate, sleep) / auxiliary verb (do, have, be, must, can)

2/ Verbal tense: present simple /past simple / future simple /present continuous , etcetera

3/ Form: affirmative /negative / interrogative

Formula for lexical verbs:

Subject   V (s/es)   C

Subject Do (es) NOT V   C

Do (es)   Subject   Verb   Complement?

EXAMPLES:

To speak-hablar (infinitivo)

a) Conjugate the present simple tense in the affirmative form of the verb TO SPEAK (this verb is LEXICAL)

I speak

You speak

She speaks

We speak

You speak- vosotros /as habláis

They speak

b) Conjugate the present simple tense in the negative form of the verb TO DRINK (this verb is LEXICAL)

I drink-yo bebo

You drink

She drinks

We drink

You drink

They drink


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