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IDIOMAS – INFORMÁTICA

SIMPLE WORDS TO HELP IN ENGLISH STUDY
Teacher: Vithor Costa

Index
1. Conjugation of common Irregular Verbs......................................................................................... 1

2. Linking Words ...................................................................................................................................... 4 3. Links for help studying English ............................................................................................................ 6

1. Conjugation of common Irregular Verbs
Base Form awake be beat become begin bend bet bid bite blow break bring broadcast build burn buy catch choose come cost cut dig do draw dream Past Simple awoke was, were beat became began bent bet bid bit blew broke brought broadcast built burned/burnt bought caught chose came cost cut dug did drew dreamed/dreamt Past Participle awoken been beaten become begun bent bet bid bitten blown broken brought broadcast built burned/burnt bought caught chosen come cost cut dug done drawn dreamed/dreamt

IDIOMAS – INFORMÁTICA drive drink eat fall feel fight find fly forget forgive freeze get give go grow hang have hear hide hit hold hurt keep know lay lead learn leave lend let lie lose make mean meet pay put read ride ring rise run say see drove drank ate fell felt fought found flew forgot forgave froze got gave went grew hung had heard hid hit held hurt kept knew laid led learned/learnt left lent let lay lost made meant met paid put read rode rang rose ran said saw driven drunk eaten fallen felt fought found flown forgotten forgiven frozen got (sometimes gotten) given gone grown hung had heard hidden hit held hurt kept known laid led learned/learnt left lent let lain lost made meant met paid put read ridden rung risen run said seen .

IDIOMAS – INFORMÁTICA sell send show shut sing sit sleep speak spend stand swim take teach tear tell think throw understand wake wear win write sold sent showed shut sang sat slept spoke spent stood swam took taught tore told thought threw understood woke wore won wrote sold sent showed/shown shut sung sat slept spoken spent stood swum taken taught torn told thought thrown understood woken worn won written .

I created the presentation. during. I created the presentation.IDIOMAS – INFORMÁTICA 2. Showing time. Do not use a comma when the dependent clause is at the end of the sentence: I created the presentation after I researched the topic. it should be followed by a comma: After I researched the topic. I created the presentation. Subordinators Link an independent clause with a dependent clause or phrase within a sentence. Linking Words Function Coordinators Link independent clauses within a sentence. beginning. ending  And               Showing a sequence  And    Before As As long as At the same time (as) Every time Since So long as The first/second/next/l ast time When Whenever While By the time Till Until After As soon as Ever since    Next Subsequently Then . Then. afterwards. When the transition begins the sentence. it should be followed by a comma: First. Transitions Link independent clauses within a sentence. a semi-colon comes before it and a comma follows it: I researched the topic. When the dependent clause is at the beginning of the sentence. When the transition connects two independent clauses. and I created the presentation. I researched the topic.  Afterward(s)  At first  Initially  Meanwhile  Meantime  Simultaneously  Eventually  Finally Punctuation Use a comma before a coordinator: I researched the topic. Link sentences within a paragraph.

IDIOMAS – INFORMÁTICA    Following Later Once                           Although Despite Even though In spite of Instead of Though Whereas While               Thereafter First Firstly Initially To begin Next Second Secondly Then Third Thirdly Finally Last Lastly In all In summation In conclusion To conclude By comparison By contrast Conversely However In contrast Instead Nevertheless Nonetheless On the contrary On the other hand Otherwise In other words Likewise Similarly Showing conclusion  So Showing contrast    But Either … or Yet Showing similarity   Neither … nor Either … or And Adding information           Additionally Also Besides Further Furthermore In addition Moreover For example For instance Adding example .

com/ NatGeo: News about Science that can be read.livemocha. Therefore. Hence.com/users/login/ .com. In particular Showing condition        Even if If … then In case Provided that Providing Unless Whether or not 3.br/  Livemocha: For completing your study in writing. speaking and memorizing words: https://www. As a result.teclasap.nationalgeographic.bbc.IDIOMAS – INFORMÁTICA  Showing cause  For       Showing effect  So     As a result of … Because … Due to (the fact that) In order to … Resulting from … Since … (If) … then … resulting in So …that … then       Accordingly. Consequently.com/ TeclaSAP: Curiosities about the use of English explained in Portuguese: http://www. Links for help studying English    BBC: Now all about the world in news that can be read and listened in English: http://www. Thus. listened and watched in English: http://www.