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Review - Basic 2 - Test 2

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Transcript of Review - Basic 2 - Test 2

Infinitive and Gerund
Review - Basic 2
Have you ever been to London?
COMPARATIVES

Come into the living room. Come IN.
He went out of the house. He went OUT.
- Yes, I have already been there! It's the best place EVER!
- No, I haven't been there yet.
PRESENT PERFECT
I have never seen Pirates of Caribbean.
HAVE + verb PAST PARTICIPLE
Past experiences
Present perfect
Simple Past
Past experiences
General questions
Questions about specific time in the past
He's gone to Paris. (He's in Paris now.)
He's been to Paris. (He went to Paris and came back.)
Have you ever seen "True Blood"?
- Yes, I have!!

Did you see the last episode?
- No, I didn't.
Speaking of TV series...
funnier than
Is
?
Comparatives
Lisa Simpson is more intelligent than Bart.
Chandler is as funny as Phoebe.
Homer is the stupidest of the family.
Monica is more organized than Ross.
Use comparative adverbs to compare actions.
Use comparative adjectives to compare people and things.
It isn't easy to find a job.
Nice to meet you!
}
after adjectives
I'd like to buy a hamburger.
Try to study more next time!
}
after some verbs
I hate waking up early.
Studying English is awesome!
Use verb + -ing
After some verbs;
After some prepositions;
As the subject of a sentence.
M
o
d
i
f
i
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r
s
INCREDIBLY
REALLY
VERY
QUITE
A BIT
NOT VERY
difficult
The English test is
You have to!
You must!
You don't have to...
You mustn't
GO
up
out
down
along
past
in
e.g.: Joey is less smart than Monica.
e.g.: Ross speaks more slowly than Monica.
obligation
prohibition
optional, not necessary
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A preposition connected to a verb may change its meaning. ;)
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