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English - Grammar Demonstrative Pronouns and Adjectives..................................................2 Possessive Adjectives.............................................................................................2 Possessive

English - Grammar Demonstrative Pronouns and Adjectives..................................................2 Possessive Adjectives.............................................................................................2 Possessive

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English - grammar DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES..................................................2POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES.............................................................................................2POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS................................................................................................2THE PERSONAL PRONOUNS IN THE DATIVE AND ACCUSATIVE CASE............2INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES....................................................2THE RELATIVE PRONOUN.............................................................................................3ADJECTIVES - DEGREES OF COMPARISON...............................................................3THE IRREGULAR COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES....................................................3INDEFINITE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES..............................................................4ADVERBS OF FREQUENCE............................................................................................7THE PLURAL OF NOUNS................................................................................................8THE IRREGULAR PLURAL OF NOUNS........................................................................8THE GENITIVE CASE.......................................................................................................8VERB PATTERNS...........................................................................................................10THE PRESENT TENSE SIMPLE.....................................................................................12THE PRESENT TENSE CONTINUOUS.........................................................................12THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE SIMPLE...................................................................12THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE CONTINUOUS.......................................................13THE PAST PARTICIPLE.................................................................................................13THE PAST TENSE ..........................................................................................................14THE PAST TENSE CONTINUOUS................................................................................14PAST PERFECT TENSE SIMPLE...................................................................................15PAST PERFECT TENSE CONTINUOUS ASPECT.......................................................16FUTURE TENSE SIMPLE...............................................................................................16FUTURE TENSE CONTINUOUS...................................................................................17THE NEAR FUTURE......................................................................................................17THE FUTURE IN THE PAST..........................................................................................17THE PASSIVE..................................................................................................................17THE CONDITIONAL ......................................................................................................19Corespondenta timpurilor "if Clauses"...........................................................................20MODAL VERBS..............................................................................................................22SEQUENCE OF TENSES.................................................................................................28VERBE CE NU SE FOLOSESC LA ASPECTUL CONTINUU.....................................28EXPRESII IPOTETICE.....................................................................................................29THE PREPOSITION.........................................................................................................30
 
English - grammar 
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES
ThisTheseThatThose
There is There are
There is a bookcase in the classroom.There are many exercise-books on the desks.There are a lot of books on the desk.
 
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES
SingularPlural
IMyouIIYouryoursIIIHisHer Itstheir 
POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
SingularPlural
IMineoursIIYoursyoursIIIHisHerstheirs
THE PERSONAL PRONOUNS IN THE DATIVE AND ACCUSATIVE CASE
NOMINATIVDATIVACUZATIV
sgII(to) memeIIYou(to) youyouIIIHeSheIt(to)him(to) her (to) ithimher it pl.IWe(to) ususIIYou(to) youyouIIthey(to) themthem
INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS AND ADJECTIVES
1. Pentru persoane:
 
English - grammar 
a)N
who
? (cine?)G
whose
? (al cui?)D (to)
whom
? (cui?)Ac
whom
?
 b)
which
? (care dintre?)- exprimã selectia
c)
what
? (ce?)
2. Pentru animale si lucruria)
what
?
 b)
which
?
THE RELATIVE PRONOUN
1. Pentru persoane:
a) N
who
G
whose
D
(to) whom
 b)
that
(restrictiv)
2. Pentru animale si lucruria)
whose
 b)
which
c)
that
d)
what
ADJECTIVES - DEGREES OF COMPARISON
PozitivComparativSuperlativsup.egalitateinf.relativabsolut
comparatielonglongeras long asnot so long asthe longestvery longsinteticãeasyeasieras easy asnot so easy aseasiestvery easynarrownarroweras narrow asnot so narrow asnarrowestvery narrowcleverclevereras clever asnot so clever ascleverestvery clevenoblenobler as noble asno so noble asnoblestvery noblecomparatiesinteticãinterestingmore i.as..asless ..thanthe most..very ..
THE IRREGULAR COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES
PozitivComparativSuperlativ
Good, wellbetterthe bestBadillworsethe worstMuchmanymorethe most

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