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TECNOLOGICO DE ESTUDIOS SUPERIORES DE CHIMALHUACAN

TEACHER GUSTAVO CRUZ SANTIAGO

DEGREE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


PORTFOLIO OF EVIDENCE

STUDENTS NAME: GONZLEZ PREZ


MARIA DEL ROSARIO

GROUP: 2LA11

DEADLINE: JANUARY THE 08T, 2016.


DO NOT CONSIDER THE STUDY AS AN OBLIGATION IT IS BETTER TO TAKE IT AS AN
OPPORTUNITY TO GET INVOLVED INTO THE WONDERFUL KNOWLEDEGE WORLD

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CONTENTS
PAST SIMPLE TENSE WITH TO BE PAST........................................................3
PAST TENSE TOBE.......................................................................................... 7
PAST SIMPLE TENSE WITH DID......................................................................8
PAST TENSE WITH TO BE AND DID..............................................................13
COMPARATIVES.............................................................................................. 15
COULD............................................................................................................. 16
CAN MODAL VERB.......................................................................................... 16
HAVE, HAS, DO, DOES................................................................................... 17
GOIN TO........................................................................................................... 20
ADVERBS......................................................................................................... 22
OF MANY (Modo-how)................................................................................... 22
OF PLACE (Lugar).......................................................................................... 22
OF TIME (Tiempo).......................................................................................... 23
OF FREQUENCY (Frecuencia).......................................................................23
GOIN TO........................................................................................................... 23
WOULD YOU MIND......................................................................................... 24
SOME............................................................................................................... 24
ANY.................................................................................................................. 25
NO.................................................................................................................... 26
EVERY.............................................................................................................. 27
HAVE-HAS........................................................................................................ 28
EXAMPLES:...................................................................................................... 28
SIDE/FOR......................................................................................................... 29
REPORTED SPEECH........................................................................................ 30
EXPOSITIONS.................................................................................................. 31
TEAM ONE ONE, ONES, TOO.....................................................................32
TEAM TWO COMPARATIVE........................................................................36
TEAM THREE SUPERLATIVES....................................................................42
TEAM FOUR PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENT..........................................48
TEAM FIVE GIVING DIRECTIONS..............................................................55

MONDAY, AUGUST 31ST, 2015


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PAST SIMPLE TENSE WITH TO BE PAST

Present simple with to be


We use it to talk about our past stuff, situations that we got involved in a past time
This structure gets the verb to be in past

Do not forget the verb to be


Do not use verbs

The structure: we have three different structures sometimes they are called exponents and
they
are:

Positiv
e+

Negati
ve -

Questi
on ?
Subject
pronouns

You

We

They

3rd person

He

She

To be in past
3

It

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Was
Were

To be negative
Was not, wasnt
Were not, werent
Adjectives

They are words that describe, we can use the next kinds of adjectives.

Moods

Happy, sad, angry

Nationalities

Mexican, American, rusian

Jobs

Plumber, mechanic, priest

Positive examples

I was an
architect

I was an
engineer

I was an
electrician

Positive

examples

I was a
teacher

I was a
janitor

I was a chef

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Example subjects pronouns positive

You were happy


He was happy
She was happy
It was happy
You were good
We were crazy
They were Mexican

THURSDAY, 1 ST, SEPTEMBER, 2015


Negative examples

I was not an engineer


I was not a principal
I was not pretty
I was not a pretty girl

Example subjects pronouns negative

I was not Mexican


You were not American
He was not happy
She was not sad
It was not good
You were not the champions
They were not bad

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Questions ?
Were you okay?
Were you sad?
Was I a teacher?
Was I good?
Was I okay?
Was I okay?

Yes, I was No, I wasnt.


Were you okay?
Yes, I was -- No, I wasnt.
Was he okay?
Yes, he was No, he wasnt.
Was she okay?
Yes, she was No, she wasnt.
Was it okay?
Yes, it was No, it wasnt.

Were you okay?


Yes, we were -- No, we werent.
Were we okay?
Yes, we were -- No, we werent.
Were they okay?
Were you okay?
Yes, they were -- No, they werent.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND 2015.

PAST TENSE TOBE

Health
Classmates
Gay
Guy
Teenager

Past tense
To Be
Was not
Were not + adjectives
Pasado simple con
to be
Presente simple
rutina
Present
1. To be
2. Routines
3. Pas to be

Translation
Example positive
1.

2.

3.

Fui nio
I was a boy
Fuimos jovenes
We were young
Ella no estubo
She was not good

Question ?
My mother was girl / she was girl
Was/ she / a girl?
R: yes I was / no I wasnt

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4ST 2015

PAST SIMPLE TENSE WITH DID

Past simple tense with did


We use it to talk about our previous stuff, situation that we got involved in a past
time

This structure gets verbs in past form: played cried, stood, etc.

Do not forget the verb in past tense


Do not use adjectives

The structure: we have three different structures sometimes they are called
exponents and they are

Positiv
e
+

Negati
ve
-

Questio
n
?

Pars of the structures

Subject pronouns
I, you
we, they

3 RD person
He, she, it

Verb = Actions
Regular
Irregular

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Regular verbs
Play
Jump
Kill
watch

Played
Jumped
Killed
Watched

Played
Jumped
Killed
Watched

Regular verbs
Present
Write
Slay
Drin
Hit

Past simple
Wrote
Slew
Drank
hit

Did positive
Did not negative

Positive example

I played soccer
I jumped the rope
I ate tacos
You ate tacos
He ate tacos + positive
It are tacos
You are tacos
We are tacos
They are tacos

Negative examples

I did not eat tacos


I did not eat tacos
I did not eat tacos
I did not/ didnt eat
You did not tacos
He did not tacos
She did not tacos
It did not tacos
You did not tacos
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Past participle
Written
Slain
Drunk
Hit

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They did not tacos

Questions ?

Did you eat?


Did you cry?
Did I listen?
Did I see?

Did I eat?
Yes, I did / no, I didnt

Did you eat?


Yes, I did / no, I didnt

Did he eat?
Yes, he did / no, he didnt

Did it eat?
Yes, it did / no, it didnt

Did you eat?


Yes, we did / No, we didnt

Did we eat?
Yes, we did / No, we didnt

Did they eat?


Yes, they did / No, they didnt

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7ST 2015

Played --- /d/


Walked --- /t/
started --- /id/

More examples with /id/

Started
Wedded
Decided
Wanted
Visited
Invited
Waited

More examples with /d/

Learned
Listened
Played
Lived
Stayed
Opened
Cleaned
Smiled
Arrived
Called
Loved

More examples with /t/ sound

Stopped
Washed
Liked
Helped
Changed
Looked
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Watched
Walked
Worked
Missed

Time expressions

Yesterday
The day before yesterday
Last week
Last month
Last year
Last weekend
Three years ago
Four month ago

More example

I cooked yesterday
I didnt work
I went there
My dog hit
My sister drank beer the day before yesterday
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9ST, 2015

She didnt know


She was good
He didnt eat
They went to dance
They were good
We played in the morning
I was happy
You ran the afternoon

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH 2015

PAST TENSE WITH TO BE AND DID


1. Hi
HI
2. Where were you last nigt?
I was home
3. Were you at home yesterday?
Yes, I was at home yesterday
4. Was your mom with you?
Yes, my mom was with me
No, my mom wasnt with me
5. Was your girlfriend with you?
Yes, my girlfriend
6. Did you watch tv last month?
Yes, I watched last month
No, I didnt watch tv last month
7. What did you do last weekend?
I went to the cinema
I ate chicken
I play soccer
8. Where and were you born?
I was born in S.L.P. on May the 31th in 1995
9. Why did you decide to study English?
Because it is a new language
10. Where did you study the university?
I studied at Teshi University
11. Did you make your room today in the morning?
Yes, I made my room today in the morning
No, I didnt make
12. Did you have lunch with friends?
Yes, I had lunch with friend
No, I didnt have lunch
13. Did you take your pet out from home?
Yes, took my pet out from home
No, I didnt take
14. Did you have fun at work today?
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Yes, I had fun at work today


No, I didnt have fun
15. What was your nick name ay high school?
My nickname was
16. Did you ride your bike this morning?
Yes, I rode my bike this morning
No, I didnt ride
17. Did you really help people at work?
Yes, I helped people at work
No, I didnt help people at work
18. Did you wear something comfortable today?
Yes, I wore some thing
No, I didnt wear
19. Were you okay going to your job?
Yes, I was okay going to my job
No, I wasnt okay going to my job
20. Did your family spend time together last x mas?
Yes, my family spent time together last x mas
21. Did you like your childhood?
Yes, I liked my childhood
No, I didnt like my childhood
22. Did you like your friend kiss?
Yes, I like my first kiss
No, I didnt like my kiss
23. Did you slit when a bricklayer work at home?
Yes, I slit when a brick layer at home
No, I didnt slit when
24. Did you drink beer with friends at home?
Yes, I drank with friend last week
No, I didnt drink
25. Thats it buddy/sir thanks
You are welcome

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COMPARATIVES
New vocabulary
I am better than you
Aim: we use comparatives basically
to compare to people, countries, etc.
Examples

3 examples

1. Miguel Hidalgo is smarter than Pea


Adjective: its a word that describes
N.
another
2. The cat is shorter than a dog
3. I am cleaner than Erick
Regular
Irregular
4. My father isnt thinner that my brother
5. Im fatter than you all
er
er X
6. The cucumber is greener than hulk
short - shorter

bad - worse

Adjectives

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH 2015

COULD
Modal verb
Could Request
For example:
Cool you pass me the napkins?
Cold you give me the salt?
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Smart

Smarter

Short

Shorter

Clean

Cleaner

Thin

Thinner

Fat

Fatter

Green

Greener

Sad

Sadder

*Bad

Worse

*Good

Batter

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Could you open the door?


Yes, I could
No, I couldnt

CAN MODAL VERB


Positive
Mora con draw

Positiv
e+

Rosario can sing


Lucero can write

Negati
ve -

Agustin con cook

Questi
on ?

Negative
She cannot laugh
Xolio can hot eat in class
Gergia cant have sex for now
Rebecca cant drink alcohol
Question ?
Can Agustin live here?
No, he cant
Can you smoke weed?
No, I cant smoke weed
Can Marquez speak Spanish?
Yes, she can

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18TH 2015

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HAVE, HAS, DO, DOES


New vocabulary

Lets go back to present


time structure
I have to be somebody in
life
Modal verb: have to the
meaning is: tengo que
This is for: order basically
coming from 3rd
Examples: + - ?
Estructure: present tense
and grammar changes

Positive
I have to work in an important brand
You have to study everyday
He has to do homework
She has to make believe
It has to be fine
You have to play a fee
We have to play to be promoted
They have to speak English
Question ?
Do I have to work in an important brand?
Do you have to study every day?
Does he have to do homework?
Does she have to make believe?
Does it have to be fine?
Do you have to play a fee?
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Do we have to play to be promoted?


Do they have to speak English?
Negative
I have dont to work in an important brand
You dont have to study everyday
He doesnt have to do homework
She doesnt have to make believe
It doesnt have to be fine
You dont have to play a fee
We dont have to play to be promoted
They dont have to speak English

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2015


Useful phrases
-poke
-vomit

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24TH 2015


Past tense whit did
Action

pasado

Verbs
exponets :+ - ?

Positive
I ate pizza

I did eat pizza

You set a piece of wood


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He put money
She wrote a poem
It played itself
You began a strike
We drank pulque
They walked alone
You did set a piece of wood

Negative
I did not eat pizza
You didnt set a piece of wood
He didnt put money
She didnt wrote a poem
It didnt played itself
You didnt began a strike
We didnt drank pulque
They didnt walked alone
Question

Dis I eat pizza?


Did you set a piece of wood?

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25TH 2015

GOIN TO
Im going to work hard
her future

+ - ? exponents
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present
to be
Positive example
I am going to with draw my shola ship
You are gonna cheat on math exam
He is gonna sprend cream
She is gonna point a tree
It is gonna bite
You are going to thumb a book
We are going to spit in the street
Question

Am I going to with draw my shola ship?


Are you gonna cheat on math exam?
Is he gonna sprend cream?
Is she gonna point a tree?
Is it gonna bite?
Are you going to thumb a book?
Are we going to spit in the street?
Negative
I am not going to with draw my shola ship
You are not gonna cheat on math exam
He is not gonna sprend cream
She is not gonna point a tree
It is not gonna bite
You are not going to thumb a book
We are not going to spit in the street
New vocabulary
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at ran dom

yo estuve bien ------ was were : I was good


yo trabaje ------- did : I worked did y ?

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

I threw trash
I did not throw trash
Did I throw trash?
She was a top model
I went to school
I wore make up

+
?
+
+
+

ADVERBS
OF MANY (Modo-how)
Utilizamos estos adverbios cuando queremos expresar la manera en que se realiza una
accin en general se forman una accin agregando ly al final del adjetivo.
La mayora terminan en ly que equivale a la terminacin mente en castellano.
Generalmente derivan adjetivos.

SLOW- Lento
EASY- Facil
CAREFUL- Cuidadoso
SIMPLE- Simple
HAPPY- Feliz
NATURAL- Natural

SLOWLY- Lentamente
EASILY- Facilmente
CAREFULLY- Cuidadosamente
SIMPLY- Simplemente
HAPPILY- Felizmente
NATURALLY- Naturalmente
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Tambin hay excepciones a esta regla:

GOOD- Bueno
FAST- Rapido
HARD- Duro

WELL- Bien
FAST- Rapidamente
HARD- Duramente

OF PLACE (Lugar)
Los adverbios de lugar nos permiten indicar donde se realiza una accion: here, there, every,
where, away etc.

HERE- Aqu
THERE- Alla
NEAR- Cerca
FAR- Lejos
AWAY- Lejos
HOME- a/ en casa
ABROAD- al/ en el extremo

IN- Adentro
OUT- Afuera
INDOORS- Adentro/ Bajo techo
OUTDOORS- Al aire libre
ABOVE- Arriba/ Encima
BELOW- Abajo/ Debajo
BENEATH/UNDERNEATHDebajo/ Abajo o por debajo

OF TIME (Tiempo)
Cuando queremos expresar en qu momento se realiza una accin utilizamos los adverbios
de tiempo.

EARLY- Ahora
LATE- Hoy dia
EARLIER- En estos das
LATER- Actualmente
THEN- En el presente
BEFORE- Hoy

AFTER- Maana
AFTERWORDS- Ayer
NOW- Todavia
NOWADAYS- Ya
CURRENTLY- No aun

OF FREQUENCY (Frecuencia)

Estos adverbios nos indican la con la que se realiza una accin para saberlo
preguntar.
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ALWAYS- Siempre
USUALLY- Habitualmente
FREQUENTLY- Frecuentemente
OFTEN- A menudo
SOMETIMES- Algunas veces
OCAIONALLY- Ocasionalmente
RARELY- Casi nunca

MONDAY, OCTOBER 19TH, 2015

GOIN TO

Aim: We use Goin to to talk about events to a near future

e.g. I am going to slay a hen to cook it with mole

Exponents:

Positive

Negative

Question

To be is needed
Verbs in base form
The meaning is voy a

Positive
I am going to saw seeds
You are gonna comb my hair
He is going to drive a lorry
She is gonna cheat on the exam
In is going to bark
You are gonna flunk
We are going to walk a lot
They are gonna be here

I am going to go dancing in the night


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She is not going to eat


Doctor is going to slay
He blacksmith is going to weld
Georgia in not going to come with me
Mexico is not going to grow

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23RD, 2015

WOULD YOU MIND

Highlight- Resaltar

Call of- Cancelar

Will you come to my party? Vendras a mi fiesta

Will you drink with me? Beberan conmigo

Would you mind if I get home late? Te importaria si llego tarde hoy

Would you mind if I open the window? Te importaria si habro la ventana

MONDAY, OCTOBER 26TH, 2015


SOME

Se utiliza en oraciones afirmativas y en nombres plurales contables y nombres


incontables.

Ejemplo: I have some friends who live near my house.

El sustantivo friends es plural contable y la oracin es afirmativa, por tanto,


utilizamos some.

Ejemplo: I have some milk in the fridge.

Es sustantivo es incontable milk, por tanto, some al ser la oracin afirmativa.

SOME SE USA EN ORACIONES AFIRMATIVAS.

There are some books here (hay algunos libros aqu)


I have some money at home (tengo algo de dinero en casa)
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Tambin se puede utilizar SOME para construir una interrogacin donde se espera
una respuesta afirmativa estableciendo una manera adecuada para preguntar si
alguien desea algo de tomar o comer por ejemplo:

Would you like some tea? Quieres un te ?

SUSTANTIVOS CONTABLES E INCONTABLES AFIRMATIVAS

May I have some more coffe? Podra tomar algo ms de caf?

There are some letters for you. Algunas cartas para ti.
There is some dugar i9n the pot. Hay algo de azcar en el recipiente.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 26TH, 2015


ANY

Se utiliza en oraciones negativas e interrogativas con nombres plurales contables y


nombres incontables.

Ejemplo: do you have any sugar for the cake?

sugar es incontable4, por tanto, ANY es oracion interrogativa.

Ejemplo: there are not any books here. No hay lobros aqui.

Are there any books here? Hay libros aqui?


Do you have any children? Tienes hijos.

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Se emplea ANY para acompaar sustantivos contables e incontables en preguntas y


tambin en oraciones negativas. Por ejemplo:

We havent got any shirts in you size.


No tenemos camisas de tu talla.
There arent any bottles of milk in the fridge.
No hay botellas de leche en el refrigerador.
Have you got any shirts in my size?
Tienes algunas camisas de mi talla?
Are there any bottles of Mike in the fridge?
Hay botellas de leche en el refrigerador?

MONDAY, OCTOBER 26TH, 2015


NO
1)

Responder o decir que no a algo


Do you mant a cup of coffe?
No thanks.
Can you go out?
No, I cant

No I dont touch that.


He said no= dijo que no

2) Seguido de comparativos.
No more/ no less.
no mas/ no menos.
No later tan=.
No ms tarde, a ms tardar.

3) Para decir algo que est prohibido.


No poarking/ smoking.
Prohibido estacionar/ fumar.

4) Con el significado de ningn/ninguna delante de un sustantivo.


There was no teatres in the town.
No haba ningn teatro en la cuidad.
Hes no fool.
No es ningn idiota.

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NOT= para poner verbos en forma negativa.

A am not italian
Mary has not dore her homework
I will not help you
Dont cry.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 26TH, 2015


EVERY

Solo se puede utilizar en grupos de tres o ms personas y cosas. Se utiliza para


generalizar o para expresar la frecuencia con que algo sucede y siempre va de un
sustantivo.

Ejemplo:

Every7 student will be given a Project to complete by the end of.


Cada estudiante recibir un proyecto para complementar al final.
I dont know, but every summer it just seems to get hotter and hotter.
No s, pero cada verano parece ms y ms caliente.
We have practice every Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the school
year.
Tenemos entrenamientos todos los lunes, mircoles y viernes durante el ao escolar.

Every se puede utilizar con sustantivos adstractos.

I have every reason to believe thet it will happen.


Tengo muchas razones para creer que ocurriera.

Every se usa con adverbios.

Almost every answer was incorrect.


Casi nada respuesta era incorrecta.

Every se usa como adjetivo. Se refiere a personas o cosas en grupo y con menos
nfasis en lo individual.

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She has eaten.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10TH, 2015

HAVE-HAS
Has not= hasnt

3rd, he, she, it

Have not= havent

We have cheated on.


You, we, I, they

EXAMPLES:
1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

YO HE ESTUDIADO
I have studied
I havent studied
Have I studied?
EL PERRO HA CORRIDO
The dog has run
The dog hasnt run
Has the dog run?
ELLOS HAN BAILADO
They have danced
NO HE REPROBADO
I havent flunked
ELLOS HAN TENIDO JUGUETES
They have had toys

6) NO HE TENIDO CARRO

I havent had car

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 , 2015

New vocabulary

I have eaten PRESEN


PEFECT
I ve eaten

I ate

I did eat

PRESEN
PEFECT

I went to Mexico City yesterday and i liked, it, Ive gone


many times before.

Presente simple con to-be

Hes good

Presente perfecto

Hes eaten

Ive
Youve
Hes
Shes

Its
Youve
Weve
Theyve

SIDE/FOR

SINCE/ DESDE

FOR/POR

DESDE
CUANDO
COMENZO
LA ACCION

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CUANTO
TIEMPO
HA DURADO
LA ACCION

The 2LA11group has been here since February of 2015


El grupo 2LA11 ha estado desde febrero de 2015
The 2LA11 group has been in the classroom for 1 hour.
El 2LA11 ha estado en el saln por 1 hora.
My dog has taken care of my house for 2 years.
Mi perro ha cuidado mi casa por 2aos.
Ive been a teacher of English since 2001.
Yo he sido maestro de ingls desde 2001

MONDAY, DECEMBER 14TH, 2015

REPORTED SPEECH
This kind of structure helps us to report what others have said.
Main features

We go back one tense


We use different structures.

Quoted speech
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I will eat snake


I am going to get married
I am happy
I eat fruit
I dont play chess
I am not fat
I do not cook

Reported speech
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Samano said to me that she would eat snake.


Samano said tome that she was going to get married
Samano said to me that she was happy
Samano said tome that she ate fruit
Samano said to me that she didnt play chess
Samano said tome that she wasnt fat.
Samano said to me that she didnt cook.

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TEAM ONE ONE, ONES,


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TEAM FOUR PREPOSITIONS


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TEAM FIVE GIVING


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