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We use "used to" to talk about habits already past and to talk about past states.
USED TO
ENGLISH PRESENTATION

1. Affirmative Sentences
Subject + "used to" + verb...

2. Negative Sentences
Subject + "didn't" + "use to" + verb...

3. Interrogative Sentences
"Did" + subject + "use to" + verb + ?
STRUCTURE
1. We
used to
go to the beach every summer.
2. I
used to
play the guitar.
3. I
used to
start work at 7 o'clock.
4. I've been thinking of everything
I used to
want to be.
5. I
used to
ride a bike every Sunday.
EXAMPLES
USED TO VS. USE TO
BE USED TO
The structure:
Verb to be + used to + verb ing.

The verb must always be in ing.
IMPORTANT
EXAMPLES
BE USED TO AND GET USED TO
We use "be used to" to say something that makes part of a routine.
GET USED TO
We use "get used to" to say something is getting part of your routine.
EXAMPLES
IMPORTANT
The structure
Subject +verb to be + getting used to + verb ing.

Always use gerund after "used to"
GERUNDS
A gerund is a noun made from a verb by adding "ing." You can use a gerund as the subject, the complement, or the object of a sentence.
IMPORTANT
Every gerund, without exception, ends in ing.
Gerunds are made negative by adding "not".
EXAMPLES
GERUND AND INFINITIVE
INFINITIVES
An infinitive is the present-tense form of a verb after the world to. An infinitive maybe used a noun, an adjective or adverbs.
An infinitive will almost always begin with to followed by the simple form of the verb like this:
To
+
verb
=
infinitive

An infinitive is not verb; therefore you cannot add s, es, ed or ing to the end ever.

IMPORTANT
EXAMPLES
PHRASAL VERBS
The Phrasal Verbs are verbs consisting of a common verb followed by a preposition or an adverb.

The Phrasal Verbs divide in two types: separable and inseparable.
FIGURE OUT
1. I want to figure out the way how Bob Marley died.

2. I can't figure out why my friends did that.

FILL OUT
1. Can you fill out this form before moving to emigration?.
2. You have to fill out this form for present the evaluation.

BREAK DOWN
1. My cell phone break down, i have to get it you fix.
2. When my father was driving the car break down.

PICK UP
1. I have to pick up my little sister in the school at 5:00 pm.
2. My friend's boyfriend picks her up every day in the university.

PUT OFF
1. The teacher had to putt off the evaluation because some students didn't understand the topic.
2 .My friend had to put off the party because is punished.

GIVE UP
1. I can't give up my dog when we travel.
2. We can never give up our dreams.

ANTONYMS
The antonyms are words that have opposite or contrary meaning each other.
EXAMPLES
1. The last Saturday i went with my friend to McDonald’s my hamburger was
DELICIOUS

but my friend said me that her hamburger was cold so it was
DISGUSTING.

2. For some people the Monalisa is a
WONDERFUL

painting but for others is
AWFUL.

3. If we compare the children’s and the elders, the children’s are
LIVELY
and the elders are
EXHAUSTED

people.

EXAMPLES
4. The Colpatria building is
TINY
in comparison of skyscrapers of China that are
ENORMOUS.

5. The party guests arrived
ON TIME
but the honor guest arrived
LATE
so the party started one hour after.

SYNONYMS
A synonym is a word that has wholly or partly identical to another meaning.

1. The
child KID
was playing with her toys in the park.

2.When i was a child i liked
jump LEAP
rope.

3.You have to be
quiet SILENT
while you're in the library.

4. My mother was
angry MAD
because my brother came home late.

5. She was
sad UNHAPPY
because she broke with her boyfriend.

EXAMPLES
PARTS OF SPEACH

1
'CARLOS'

teach us English.
2.

WE
have to take care of the
PLANET.

3. There are five
CONTINENTS
in the
WORLD
.
4.My
DOG
called
LUKE.

5. In
VACATIONS
i will go to
MEDELLIN.

NOUNS
Nouns are a part of speech typically denoting a person, place, thing, animal or idea.
EXAMPLES
VERBS
EXAMPLES
1. I
HAVE
never
SEEN
a giraffe.
2. The tigers
RUN
faster.
3. Sometimes the students
FALL ASLEEP
in class.
4. I
LIKE
to
EAT
fast food.
5. I
THINK
that we
HAVE
to
TAKE
care of the planet.

A word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and forming the main part of the predicate of a sentence.
ADVERBS
A word or phrase that modifies the meaning of an adjective, verb, or other adverb, expressing manner, place, time, or degree.
EXAMPLES
1. She speak
QUICKLY
and i don't understand nothing.
2. I hadn't played Tennis
RECENTLY
.
3.
UNFORTUNATELY
your dog died.
4. He plays the piano
BEAUTIFULLY.
5. He wait
PATIENTLY
his girlfriend.

ADEJECTIVES
A word naming an attribute of a noun.
EXAMPLES
1. I am very
HUNGRY.
2. That dress is
BEAUTIFUL.

3. The food was
DELICIOUS.
4. Rusia is a
BIG
country.
5. Colombia is a
MULTICULTURAL
country.

THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION
END
1. I am
getting used to
making exercise every morning.
2. He is
getting used to
helping other people.
3. I am
getting used to
going to bed early.
4. My sister is
getting used to
organizing her room.
5.He is
getting used to
reading more books .
1. I am used to driving on the left.
2. I am used to working every day.
3. Is Nicolas used to exercising every morning?
4.I am used to playing Tennis every day.
5. He isn't used to living in New York.
1. We’re thinking of going to Italy.
2. I enjoy eating out.
3. Do you mind giving me your address?
4. Smoking is bad for you.
5. I enjoy not doing anything on holiday.
1. It’s not easy to find a good man.
2. I want to become a engineer
3. I’m happy to see you again.
4. I’m here to study English.
5. She needs to see you urgently.

PARTS OF SPEECH
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