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Verb to Be Trabajo

Verb to Be Trabajo

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Published by: Norma Nùñez Herrera on Nov 02, 2012
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 VERB TO BE
El verbo
TO BE
, que en castellano se traduce como
SER
o
ESTAR
, en el idiomainglés goza de una particular importancia. Su significado depende del sentido de laoración. Por ejemplo:
I
am
a doctor.
Soy
un doctor. (Se aplica como verbo
ser
)
I
am
in my house.
Estoy
en mi casa. (Se aplica como verbo
estar
)
 
PRESENT TENSE ( AM , IS , ARE)VERB TO BE PRESENT TENSE ( AM , IS , ARE)1. MODO AFIRMATIVO 2.- MODO NEGATIVOCONTRACCIONExample
 
CONTRACCIONExample
 
I am(Yosoy/estoy)
I’m
I am a student
I’m a student
 
I am not(Yo nosoy/estoy)
I am not a student
I’m not a student
 
You are(Tueres/estas)
You’re
You are a teacher 
You’re a teacher 
 
 You aren’t
 (Tu noeres/estas)
You are a teacher 
You’re not
a teacher 
He is(El es/esta)
He’s
He is a taxi driver 
He’s
a taxi driver 
He isn’t
 (El no es/esta)
He is not a taxi driver 
He’s not a taxi driver 
 
She is(Ellaes/esta)
She’s
She is a secretary
She’s a secretary
 
She isn’t
 (Ella noes/esta)
She is not a secretary
She’s not a secretary
 
It is(Estees/esta)
It’s
It is a car 
It’s a car 
 
It isn’t
 (Este noes/esta)
It is not a car 
It’s not a car 
 
We are(Nosotrossomos/estamos)
we’re
We are good friends
We’re good friends
 
We aren’t
 (Nosotros nosomos/estamos)
We are not good friends
We’re not good friends
 
 
 
EXAMPLE:
 
(AFIRMATIVE AND NEGATIVE)+
I am in England- I
’m not in England
 +You are a student -
You’re not a student
 +He is a carpenter -
He’s not a carpenter 
 +She is a teacher -
She’s not a teacher 
 +It is a desk -
It’s not a desk
 +We are dancers -
We’re not dancers
 +You are architects -
You’re
not architects+They are friends -
They’re not friends
 
3.-MODO INTERROGATIVORESPONSEFORMEXAMPLE
Am I…?
 (Soy yo/Estoy yo)+Yes, You are.-
No, You’re not.
 Am I intelligent?
+Yes, You are. You’re intelligent.
 -
No, You’re not. You’re not intelligent.
 
Are you…?
 (Eres tu/Estas tu)
+Yes, I’m.
 -
No, I’m not.
 
 Are you Alan?
+Yes, I’m. I’m Alan
 -
No, I’m not. I’m not Alan
 
Is he…?
 (Es el/Esta el)+Yes, He is.-No, He is not.
Is he the teacher?
+Yes, He is. He’s the teacher 
 -No, He
is not. He’s not the teacher 
 
You are(Ustedesson/estan)
You’re
You are pilots
You’re pilots
 You aren’t
 (Ustedes noson/estan)
You are not pilots
You’re not pilots
They are(Ellosson/estan)
They’re
They are singers
They’re singers
 
They aren’t
 (Ellos noson/estan)
They are not singers
They’re not singers
 

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