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Names: Maji Cauja Adriana Jesenia
Course: 3° “G”
The words with a strong syllable in a sentence are considered content words.
(Adverb) - modifies a verb or an adjective. Many adverbs have the suffix-ly.
Examples: very, extremely, carefully
(Very, very carefully)
Adverb: Word invariable in gender and number with its own meaning that
complements the verb.
English Adverbs can be classified into the following categories: Adverbs of manner,
adverbs of place, adverbs of time, adverbs of time, adverbs of frequency, adverbs of
adverbioes a part of speech or word class that complements a noun or name to qualify
Mode – How? Well, better , fast , slowly , Carefully , Easily , ...
Of Place - Where ?Here , there, above , everywhere , away, ...
In Time - When? Now , early , late , soon , Already , tomorrow , ...
From Duration - How long?all week , for a while , since yesterday, ...
of Frequency - How often ? always, never , Often , eleven to day ...
From Order - In what order?Firstly , secondly , lastly , finally , ...
From Grade - To what degree ? To very , completely , Greatly , extremely ...
From certainty - How sure? Certainly , indeed , of course , Perhaps, ...
The words that do not contain a strong syllable , are considered function words or
"function words" .
( Pronoun ) - is used instead of a name. Personal pronouns are used to refer to people.
Interrogative pronouns introduce questions. Demonstrative pronouns refer to objects
mentioned above. Relative pronouns are used to introduce clauses .
Examples: I , This
( it, this )
Function Function words are words that have little lexical meaning or have
ambiguous meaning , but serve to express grammatical relationships with other
words within a sentence , or specify the attitude or mood of the speaker. Structural
relationships indicate that words have to each other and are the glue that holds
sentences. Therefore, serve as important elements of the sentence structures
Pronoun: He when pronoun to refer to the subject.
The pronouns in English can be classified as personal ( or nominal ) , accusative ,
indefinite, possessive, relative and reciprocal . Pronouns are words that indicate or
replace others that usually have been appointed .
Pronouns PersonalsI , you, he, she , it, we, you,they
PronombresAcusativosme , you, him, her , it, us , you, them
AdjetivosPosesivosmy , your, his her , its, our, your,their
PronombresPosesivosmine , yours , his , hers , ours , yours , theirs
PronombresReflexivosmyself , yourself , himself , herself , itself , ourselves , ...
Pronouns Indefinidosanyone , someone , nobody, everybody, anybody , ...
Relativosthat pronouns , who, whose, Which , whom
PronombresRecíprocoseach other , one another
Personal pronouns are used depending on the subject, the subject in a sentence are
the name ( s ) own ( s ) , thing ( s ) , animal ( s), etc. . either singular or plural and / or
proper or common .
Pronouns are used to replace these nouns , names , animal ; ; ; , such
in this prayer :
Mary came to eat
Mary will go to dance
Mary goes to sleep ?
Imagine you frequently repeat to Mary , Mary
if you tell Mary the first time and you're still on the subject, what would that
Mary came to eat
SHE will go to dance
SHE goes to sleep ?see you avoid using much maria , why? because I reemplasaste by a
in English are divided into two groups
the singular and plural divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd person
The 1st I " must always be entered in uppercase " his translation is I talk about
You -------tu/usted the 2nd "is used for formal and informal cases " when you talk to
------- The 3rd she she" here you mean you do not talk directmente " ie those giving
information of it
The 3rd he_ ----- the " like she"
---- It is the 3rd unpronombre neutral has not translation, is used for things , but
always singular animals , ie one
The 1st we ------ us
--------- The 2nd you you" this is plural , and speak directly with it "
They the 3rd ---------- them or they