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What is Verb to be? - Ser o Estar

What is Verb to be? - Ser o Estar
El verbo TO BE, que en castellano se traduce como SER o ESTAR, en el idioma inglés goza de una particular importancia. Su significado depende del sentido de la oración. Por ejemplo: I am a doctor. Soy un doctor. (Se aplica como verbo ser) I am in my house. En el siguiente cuadro se puede observar su declinación en el modo indicativo del Presente Simple: Tanto en el modo afirmativo como en la forma negativa pueden utilizarse las siguientes contracciones: Ahora veremos la conjugación del verbo TO BE en el Pasado Simple, tiempo verbal que corresponde al equivalente en castellano del Pretérito Imperfecto y Pretérito Indefinido: Aquí también se pueden utilizar las formas contraídas únicamente en la forma negativa: Un detalle a tener en cuenta, es que las contracciones generalmente se usan durante una conversación y no así en la escritura, salvo que se trate de un texto informal o que transcriba un diálogo. Sirve para expresar la edad y también sensaciones, en cuyo caso se traduce como ’tener’:

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The Plan of the English Verb Where am I? HKPU pages > ELC pages > CILL pages > Exercises > This page < You are here.On this page: Table of tenses | Example sentences | Explanations Introduction: The aim of this page is to help you with your problems about English tenses. The table below shows you most of the tenses in English. (+) means a positive and (-) means a negative meaning. After the table are some example sentences. Aprender Inglés - Verbo TO BE

Aprende el Verbo To Be Aprende el Verbo To Be en Inglés El verbo To be es muy importante en inglés. Equivale a los verbos españoles "ser" o "estar".En algunas frases también puede tener el significado de "hacer" o "tener". Según el sentido de la frase sabremos a cual de ellos se refiere.

Common Error Detector Click here to see an example essay processed by this program. Verbo "to be" Click the "Start" button below the activity to begin. Click on each box and you will discover its content for just a moment. Remember the content because you must consecutively click on the two boxes which are related to each other so that they will stay visible. At the end, after you have discovered all of the pairs, all of the boxes will remain visible. Match the subject pronouns with their corresponding verb "to be" word.

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