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UNIVERSITY OF GUAYAQUIL PILOT DENTAL COLLEGE CLASS TECHNICAL NOTE TEACHING: DR. FREDDY RAMOS ANDRADE STUDENT: CINDY

UNIVERSITY OF GUAYAQUIL PILOT DENTAL COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY OF GUAYAQUIL PILOT DENTAL COLLEGE CLASS TECHNICAL NOTE TEACHING: DR. FREDDY RAMOS ANDRADE STUDENT: CINDY

CLASS TECHNICAL NOTE

TEACHING:

DR. FREDDY RAMOS ANDRADE

STUDENT:

CINDY SALINAS GUERRERO COURSE:

3 - 2 SCHOOL YEAR 2016 - 2017

DATE: THURSDAY, 27 OF JULY 2016

DATE: THURSDAY, 27 OF JULY 2016 PRESENT PERFECT P.E PRESENT FUTURE PAST P.E 1. Past experience
DATE: THURSDAY, 27 OF JULY 2016 PRESENT PERFECT P.E PRESENT FUTURE PAST P.E 1. Past experience

PRESENT PERFECT

P.E PRESENT FUTURE PAST P.E
P.E
PRESENT
FUTURE
PAST
P.E
  • 1. Past experience

  • 2. Completed actions

  • 3. In finished past

Example:

  • I have

been

in Australie twice

Sust

Aux. Verb

Executive verb

Complement

 

Past participle

  • I have seen that movie twenty times.

  • I think I have met him once before.

DATE: THURSDAY, 4 OF AUGUST 2016

Timeline to expressions

Used + To

USED TO

Example:

I used to teach in this class

I used to teach in this class

Past tense (time)

Use Used Example:

  • I used this classroom last night

DATE: THURSDAY, 19 OF AUGUST 2016

COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE

COMPARATIVE (adjective)

  • As definitions it is a comparison of the characteristics of two subjects

  • It uses the root ER Large = larger Small = smaller Long = longer Short = shorter

Example:

  • My dog is smaller than your

  • My house is larger than hers.

  • This box is smaller than the one I lost.

  • Your dog runs faster than Jim's dog.

SUPERLATIVE (adjective)

  • As definition it is highest or lowest quality of a single subject

  • It uses the root EST Tall = tallest Big = biggest Small = smallest Long = longest Large = largest

Example:

  • My dog is the smallest one in the neighborhood

  • My house is the largest one in our neighborhood.

  • This is the smallest box I've ever seen.

  • Your dog ran the fastest of any dog in the race

DATE: THURSDAY, 25 OF AUGUST 2016

OBLIGATION PROHIBITION IF

OBLIGATION

  • Have to I am tired

I have

to rest

Aux Veb

Executive

  • Verb pattern: use two verbs (one auxiliary and one executive)

PROHIBITION

Verb can

I can teach a class

I

can teach a class

I cannot teach in class

I

cannot teach in class

Can you teach in class? Yes, I can No, I can’t teach Dictionary = can = lata

Can you teach in class? Yes, I can No, I can’t teach Dictionary = can =

IF

 

Condition

Example:

Peter has to study. If he may approbe the semester

Peter has to study. If he may approbe the semester

I can bay a pizza. If I don’t want to cook

I

can bay a pizza. If I don’t want to cook