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Simple Present
1. Are always true.
2. Happen regularly.
3. With adverbs of frecuency.
4. Nonaction verbs, states or feelings. Wee
Son 4 usos.
5 examples of adverbs of frecuency
Usually, never, every day, once a week, often, right Noe, these days, now...
Pensar en formas temporales.
5 Non action verbs
Agree, be, believe, belong, depend, forget, hate, hear, know, like, matter, mean, need, realizee...
Pensar en verbos que no ejecutan acciones de movimiento o que se asocian a un sentimiento/estado de ánimo.
Present Continuous
1. Actions in progress.
2. Temporary (not habitual actions).
3. Future arrangements.
Son 3 usos.
Actions and nonactions for both (SP n PC)
1. Possession.
2. Opinion.
3. Actions.
Son 3 usos.
3 Examples for action and nonaction verbs.
Have (Possession)
Opinion (Think)
Make (Actions)
Un verbo por cada uso de los Actions and nonactions.
4 Ways to describe a personality
1. He is really/very + positive adjective.
2. She is a little + negative adjective.
3. He likes/loves/doesn't mind + verb+"ing".
4. She is happy/good to+verb/with/at
Present perfect + for/since
Something that started in the past and is still true now.

1. With nonaction verbs.
2. To ask: "How long" + present perfect?
3. "For": a period of time and "Since" + point of time.
4. Don't use SP with for/since.
Explicación más 4 características/usos.
Present perfect continuous + for/since
Something that started in the past and is still true now.

1. With action verbs.
2. Repeated actions.
3. Don't use PC with for/since.
3 características/usos.
Which verbs can be usted un both ways (PP & PPC)?
Son dos.
3 Future forms
1. Be going to + base form.
2. Present Continuous.
3. Will + base form.
Future form: Be going to+ verb
1. Future plans and intentions, when we have already decides to do something.
2. To make a prediction, when you can see or have some evidence.
2 usos.
Future Form: Present Continuous
1. Future arrangements.
2. With verbs relating to travel arrangements: go, come, arrive, leave, etc.
2 usos/características.
What is the difference between PC and "going to" for future plans or arrangements?
Often you can use either.
But "going to" shows that you have made a decision.
And PC emphasizes that you have made the arrangements (is specific).
Uno es más preciso que el otro.
Future Form: Will + base form
1. Instant decision.
2. Promise.
3. Offer.
4. Prediction. (No evidence)
5. Future fact.
Son 5 usos.
Present Perfect or Simple Past
1. Past experiences (not exactly): "ever"/"never" before the main verb.
2. With Yet/already for emphasis.

1. For finished past actions, the time is mentioned and understood.
When is it possible to use "yet" and "already"?
With present perfect and simple past.
Yet (aún): in negative and questions, it goes at the end.
Already (Ya): in positive, goes before the main verb.
Comparatives: Adj. and Adv.
"as" & "than"
1. To compare two people, places, things, etc.
2. "as" + adjective + "as", "the same as" + pronoun.
3. To compare two actions.
2 palabras clave y 3 usos de ambas.
Superlatives: Adj. and Adv.
1. Compare people, things or actions with all their group.
2. Use "the" or a pronoun.
3. PP + ever/never
Differences between Comparatives and Superlatives
1. "est" instead of "er".
2. "most/least" instead of "more/less".
2 letras clave.