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Republica Bolivariana de VenezuelaUniversidad Yacambù
Facultad de HumanidadesCabudare – Edo Lara
Integrante:Enyimar MaldonadoHCO-141-00514Lic. Olga Reinoso
Affirmative: Sujeto+Auxiliar+Verbo+Complemento“ We have studied a
lot”Negative: Sujeto+Auxiliar+not+Verbo pasado participio+ complemento
“She hasn’t gone to Caracas”Questions: Aux+ Sujeto+ Verbo pasado participio+ complemento+ ?“How you done the excersises?” “Yes, i have. – No, I haven’t.(Wh): -> Wh+ Auxiliar + Sujeto + Verbo pasado participio + complemento
“What have you done today?”Sujeto+ Auxiliar+ Verbo pasado participio+ Complemento
“I have worked today.”
Auxiliar -> Had -> Hadn’t.
Affirmative : “You had played basket last night.”
Negative: “You hadn’t played basket last night”.
Questions: Had you played basket last night?
What had you played last night?
AffirmativeSujeto + will + have + been + ving + c?He will have been working
Negative: Forma larga: Sujeto + shall/will + not + have + been + verbo en forma -ing +c Forma corta: Sujeto + shan´t/won't + have + been + verbo en forma -ing + cHe will not have been workingHe won't have been working
Questions: Shall/Will + sujeto + have + been + ving + c ?