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Lesson 1, Unit 4

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Carlos Aguilar

on 28 September 2012

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THE BREAD DIET. Lesson 1, Unit 4 We use "There is / There are" to say that something exists (or does not exist). The real subject usually comes after "There is / There are". THERE IS/ THERE ARE There is a piece of bread. Hay una pieza de pan. No hay manzanas. Usamos "There is / There are" para decir que algo existe (o que no existe). Usualmente las cosas que existen o no, vienen después del There is ó There are. It's easy Es fácil There is a cat in this photo. There is not a cat in this photo. There are fruits in the basket. There are not fruits in the basket. Use "there is" for one item. (singular nouns)

Use "there is" for non-count items. (non-count nouns) "There is" Use "there are" for many items. (plural nouns) "There are" LET'S PRACTICE There is a banana on the table.

There is a piece of bread.

There is a cat under the bed.

There is a tomato.

There is an orange.

There's a turkey.

There is sugar in the kitchen.

There is pepper in the kitchen.

There is water into the fridge.

There is mayonnaise on the table. "There is" Remember:

Usamos "There is" para sustantivos en singular y para aquellos que no se pueden medir o que son incuantificables.

No podemos decir There is one sugar (Hay una azucar); decimos There is sugar (hay azucar) "There are" There are two apples in the basket.

There are three oranges in the fridge.

There are five onions.

There are tomatoes in the list. Interrogative There is sugar in the kitchen. Is there sugar in the kitchen? "There is" Is there mayonnaise?

Is there a cat under the bed?

Is there an apple on the table?

Is there orange juice? Interrogative
There are There are two onions in the recipe. Are there two onions in the recipe? Are there two oranges in the basket? Are there avocadoes?

Are there carrots in the kitchen? Is there any yogurt in the fridge? Question Affirmative Negative Yes, there is. There isn´t any yogurt. Are there tomatoes in the basket? Yes, there are some tomatoes in the basket. No, There isn´t any tomatoes in the basket Is there any cheese? Yes, there is cheese No, there isn´t. Are there some cucumbers? Yes, there are 3 cucumbers No, there aren´t. ANY-SOME

"Any y some", en inglés se usan como "algo" o "alguno(s)".

Hay algo de queso. There is some cheese.

Hay algunos tomates There is some tomatoes.

¿Hay algo de leche? Is there any milk? "Any" se usa con oraciones negativas e interrogativas.

Is there any cheese?
No, there is not any cheese.

Are there any tomatoes?
No, there aren´t any tomatoes.

"Some" se usa en oraciones afirmativas y plurales o solo en aquellas singulares que usan non- countables nouns.

There are some tomatoes.
There is some sugar.
There is some yogurt. If you want to practice a bit more:

Go to:

http://www.clafoti.com/imagenes11/there_is_p.htm Look at the picture?

What is /are there? HOMEWORK:

1. Answer and write on a word document:

What is/are not there on the table? 2. Take a picture of your refrigerator. Post on FB the photo and tell us: What is/are there? and tell us what there is/are not in the refrigerator? There are not apples. Is there mustard on the table? Are there apples? Are there carrots on the table? Is there lettuce? Is there bread? Are there any tomatoes on the table? Is there turkey?
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