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Copy of EXPOSICION DE INGLES

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Rocio Salazar Lopez

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PLANTEL ARANDAS

QUE SON!?
Las formas "will" y "going to" se utilizan para expresar el futuro. La diferencia entre "going to" y "will" es el sentido de planificación y probabilidad de que suceda una acción. En general, se usa "going to" para planes concretos, cuando tenemos la seguridad de que algo va a suceder.
"Will"
En inglés no existen los verbos en futuro, sino que al agregar will, convertimos en futuro al verbo que le sigue:

I
will
go - iré
I
will
eat - comeré
I
will
be - seré / estaré
I
will
have - tendré / habré

"GOING TO" AND "WILL"
ESTRUCTURA
"GONING TO"

- Afirmativa:
sujeto
+
am/is/are
+
going to
+ infinitivo +
complementos
- Negativa:
sujeto
+
am/is/are
+ not +
going to
+ infinitivo +
complementos
- Interrogativa:
am/is/are
+
sujeto
+
going to
+
complementos
?

Example
Lo básico - la estructura:

Podemos emplear "going to" como auxiliar para expresar futuro. Su forma requiere la presencia del auxiliar "to be":
Sujeto + to be + going to + infinitivo.
I am
going to
study more English. (Voy a estudiar más inglés.)
John and Mary are
going to
get married. (John y Mary se van a casar.)

La forma interrogativa:

Como casi siempre, hay inversión entre el sujeto y el auxiliar "to be" en las preguntas:

Are you
going to
watch the match? (¿Vas a ver el partido?)
Is Dave
going to
look for a new job? (¿Dave va a buscar un trabajo nuevo?)

La forma negativa:

Empleamos la palabra "not":

I'm
not going to
go on holiday. (No voy a ir de vacaciones.)
We
aren't going to
drive to Madrid. (No vamos a conducir a Madrid.)

EXAMPLE
Affirmative Sentences (Frases afirmativas)
Estructura: Sujeto + "will" + verbo principal.

I
will
[I'll] ring (call) you tonight. (Te llamaré esta noche.)

She
will
[She'll] arrive late. (Llegará tarde.)

They
will
[They'll] be happy to see you. (Estarán felices de verte.)

Negative Sentences (Frases negativas)
Estructura: Sujeto + "will" + "not" + verbo principal.


I
will not
[won't] ring (call) you tonight. (No te llamaré esta noche.)

She
will not
[won't] arrive late. (No llegará tarde.)

They
will not
[won't] be happy to see you. (No estarán felices de verte.)


Interrogative Sentences (Frases interrogativas)
Estructura: "Will" + sujeto + verbo principal.

Will
you ring (call) me tonight? (¿Me llamarás esta noche?)

Will
she arrive late? (¿Llegará tarde?)

Will
they be happy to see you? (¿Estarán felices de verte.)



GRACIAS POR SU ATENCIÓN
Elaborado por:
Rocío Salazar López
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