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When do we use it?
To be or not to be...that`s the question
Tips: "now" might mean: this second, this month, this year, this century, and so on...
List of Adverbs:
With always and constantly...
To be means: ser o estar.
I am Chilean
My name is Sofia
I´m from Santiago
You are my brother/ He is cold
She is cooking
Remember: We used it to express the idea that something is happening now (at this very moment). It can also be used to show that something is not happening now:
* You are (you`re) learning English now
* You are not (aren´t) swimming
* Is He sitting or standing?
*What are you doing?
The present continuous can also be used
to indicate that we are in the process of doing a longer action which is in progress; however, we might not be doing it at this exact second:
I am studying to become a good English speaker
She is reading the incredible history's Sherlock Holmes
Sometimes it used to indicate that something (sth) will or will not happen in the future:
* I am meeting some friends after work
* I am not going to the Vineyard today
*Is he visiting his parents next weekend?
*Isn´t he coming with us tonight?
...express the idea that something irritating or shocking often happens...
* She is always coming to class late
* He is constantly talking. I wish he would shut up
* I don`t like them because they are always
For grammar adverbs in the present continuous they are always placed between "be" and "verb+ing":
You are still watching TV
Are you often going to cinema?
Usually: normalmente, por lo general
sometimes: a veces
seldom: rara vez
everyday: todos los días
once a month (a week): una vez al mes (a la seman)
twice a month: dos veces al mes
three times a month: tres veces por mes
Next class: Simple present
Personal pronouns and contractions
I am (I´m) I am not (I`m not)
you are (you`re) you are not (you aren`t)
she is (she`s) she is not (she isn´t)
he is (he`s) he is not (he isn`t)
it is (it`s) it is not (it isn`t)
we are (we`re) we are not (we aren`t)
they are (they`re) they are not (they aren`t)
We have a lot of adverbs and we we will continue reviewing
+ to be+ verb+ing+complement
+to be+ not verb+ing+complement
to be+ +verb+ing + complement
What´s the word_____in English?
How do you spell______?
I´m sorry. Could you repeat that, please?
Could you say that again, please?
Could you explain the activity again, please?
a+consonant: a bag, a banana, a pen
an+vowel: an eraser, an english book, an umbrella
Questions with Where; possessives ´s and s´
Where´s (where is) Mario´s homework?
It´s on the floor
Where´s the teacher´s coat?
It´s on the desk
Where are the student´s papers?
They´re on the floor