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Pronombres Person Ales y Pronombre PDF 1

Pronombres Person Ales y Pronombre PDF 1

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This is a basic on-line grammar book. It is for Spanish students of English who have just startedto learn English or for those students at a middle, up to intermediate level. It concentrates onthose areas of grammar which cause students the most difficulty. The explanations use simpleeveryday words. It can be used by students attending classes or by someone working alone athome. It covers the main areas and grammatical points and a lot of example sentences. In eachgrammatical point, an explanation is followed by some examples to make them easier tounderstand and remember. The explanations and rules are for British English. We have alsoadded Spanish translations for those points which are often a problem for learners, in order toencourage self-learning. It tries to be a guide to help students to understand them. There are alot of contrast and comparison among the main verbal tenses and there are a number of reviewpages.
I would like to thank all the teachers whose grammar books helped me in the early stagesof my teaching work, for their valuable examples of useful teaching. They were an exampleof what students need from a grammar book. They taught me that “teaching is a matter ofheart”.Thanks to all the teachers who publish their works on line, a work that everybody canshare, for their expertise and commitment. I have done my bit!.Special thanks for all my students, the previous, present and future ones, for all theirhelp and encouragement.
Este es un libro básico de gramática on-line. Es para estudiantes españoles de inglés queacaban de comenzar a aprender inglés o para aquellos que se encuentran a mitad, hasta unnivel intermedio. Se concentra en aquellas cuestiones gramaticales que causan a losestudiantes mayor dificultad. Las explicaciones utilizan palabras cotidianas sencillas. Puedeser utilizada por los estudiantes que asisten a clase o por alguien que quiera trabajar por sucuenta en casa. Abarca las principales áreas y estructuras gramaticales aportando un montónde oraciones ejemplo. En cada punto gramatical, las explicaciones son seguidas de algunosejemplos que las hacen más fáciles de aprender y recordar. Las explicaciones y las reglas sonpara inglés británico. He añadido una traducción en español en aquellos puntos que sonfrecuentemente un problema para los alumnos, en orden a motivar su proceso de autoaprendizaje.Intenta se una guía que les ayude a entenderlos. Hay un montón de contraste y comparaciónentre los principales tiempos verbales y un número de páginas de repaso intensivo.
Me gustaría dar las gracias a todos los profesores cuyas gramáticas me ayudaron en losinicios de mi trabajo como profesora, por sus valiosos ejemplos de enseñanza útil.Fueron un ejemplo de lo que cualquier alumno necesita de un libro de gramática. Ellosme enseñaron que “ENSEÑAR ES UNA CUESTIÓN DE CORAZÓN”.Gracias a todos los profesores que publican sus trabajos on line, un trabajo que todo elmundo puede compartir, por su experiencia y dedicación. ¡Yo he aportado mi granito dearena!Gracias especiales a todos mis alumnos, antiguos, actuales y futuros, por su ayuda y ánimo.
 ARTICLES …(1 – 6)
Indefinite… A / AN. Definite… THE
PRONOUNS…(7 – 8)
Personal Pronouns. Subject. Object. Possessive adjectives. Possessive pronouns.
NOUNS… (9 – 11)
Countable / Uncountable nouns. Quantifiers: MANY, MUCH, FEW, LITTLE, A LOT OF / LOTS OFSOME / ANY. Common uncountable nouns.
WORD FORMATION… (11 – 12)ADJECTIVES… (13 – 19)
Word order. The old, The rich, etc. The young or The young people. Adjectives –ED / -ING. Adjectives or adverbs?The –LY ending. Good and Well. Compound adjectives. Other adjective endings. Adjective + Infinitive. Compound nouns.
Adverbs of manner. NO LONGER, ANY LONGER / ANY MORE. Adverbs of degree, e.g. VERY, QUITE. TOO / ENOUGH.
STATIVE VERBS… (23 – 24)SAXON GENITIVE. ´S USES… (24 – 25)TO BE… (26 – 28)
Form. Uses. Past simple.
TO HAVE… (28 – 30)
Form. Uses. Adverbs of frequency / Time expressions. Spelling: The third person singular (he, she, it).
Form. Uses. Time expressions. Future meaning. Spelling: -ING.
PAST SIMPLE… (34 – 35)
Form. Uses. Time expressions. Regular Verbs. Spelling: -ED. Irregular verbs.
USED TO… (36 – 37)BE USED TO… (37 – 38)
Get / become / grow + used to.
Form. Uses. Time expressions.
Form. Uses. How long? FOR / SINCE. Past simple / Present Perfect. YET / ALREADY / STILL / JUST / NEVER.

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