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GRAMMAR ADV BRYAN

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Transcript of GRAMMAR ADV BRYAN


Conditional zero
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.

Conditional One
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
This type is used when the condition of the conditional and the result is always true, such as scientific facts.

If you heat water to 100 ° C, it boils
If you don't heat water, It doesn't boil.
Does water boil if you heat it?
Positive:
Negative:
Question:
This type of conditional uses for the future and in cases where it is likely that the condition will pass.
If I call her, she will come.
If I don't call her, she will not come.
Will she come if I call her?
Positive:
Negative:
Question:

Conditional 2
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
This conditional is used to express an unrealistic possibility in the present, as a wish or a dream, or an unreal future.
Positive:
Negative:
Question:
If I had a girlfriend, I would be happy.
If I didn't have a girlfriend, I would not be happy
Would I be happy if I had a girlfriend?

Conditional 3
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
The third conditional makes reference to an action that could have happened in the past if a certain condition had been fulfilled
Positive:

Negative:

Question:
I would have cleaned the house, if you had come.
I would not have cleaned the house if you had not come.
Would I have cleaned the house, if you had come?
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Form:
{subject+had+past participle}
I had done
You had done
He had done
She had done
It had done
We had done
They had done
I had not done
You had not done
He had not done
She had not done
It had not done
We had not done
They had not done
Had I done?
Had you done?
Had he done?
Had she done?
Had it done?
Had we done?
Had they done?
Positive
Negative
Questions
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
PAST Perfect
To express actions in the past before another action
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Form:
{subject+have/has+past participle}
I have eaten
You have eaten
He
has
eaten
She
has
eaten
It
has
eaten
We have eaten
They have eaten
I have not eaten
You have not eaten
He
has
not eaten
She
has
not eaten
It
has
not eaten
We have not eaten
They have not eaten
Have I eaten?
Have you eaten?
Has
he eaten?
Has
she eaten?
Has
it eaten?
Have we eaten?
Have they eaten?
Positive
Negative
Questions
Contraction: I've eaten. I haven't eaten
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Present Perfect
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Form:
[Subject+Have/has + been + present participle]
I have been feeling
You have been feeling
He has been feeling
She has been feeling
It has been feeling
They have been feeling
We have been feeling
I have not been feeling
You have not been feeling
He has not been feeling
she has not been feeling
It has not been feeling
They have not been feeling
We have not been feeling
Have I been feeling?
Have you been feeling?
Has he been feeling?
Has she been feeling?
Has it been feeling?
Have they been feeling?
Have we been feeling?
Positive
Negative
Question
Present Perfect Progressive
subject +used to + main verb (infinitive form)
Form:
have to:
is used to express certainty, necessity, and obligation.

I used to play
You used to play
He used to play
She used to play
It used to play
We used to play
They used to play
I didn't use to play
You didn't use to play
He didn't use to play
She didn't use to play
It didn't use to play
We didn't use to play
They didn't use to play
Did I use to play?
Did you use to play?
Did he use to play?
Did she use to play?
Did it use to play?
Did we use to play?
Did they use to play?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

USED to
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Form:
[Subject+ had + been + present participle]
I had been hiring
You had been hiring
He had been hiring
She had been hiring
It had been hiring
They had been hiring
We had been hiring
I had not been hiring
You had not been hiring
He had not been hiring
she had not been hiring
It had not been hiring
They had not been hiring
We had not been hiring
Had I been hiring?
Had you been hiring?
Had he been hiring?
Had she been hiring?
Had it been hiring?
Had they been hiring?
Had we been hiring?
Positive
Negative
Question
Past Perfect Progressive
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