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English Grammar 2 New Edition (Spanish Edition) by Edward Rosset

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E! pasado de may es might. • Jimmy is not here. He may be playing in the park. • Mark is not here. He may be waiting for you at the bus stop. ' Se puede usar may cuando hablamos acerca de posibles acciones en el future. • I may go on holiday to Benidorm this year. • If you tell me what the trouble is I may be able to help you. Must Es parecido a have to, es decir debo, tengo que. • You've been working hard all day. You must be tired. • She knows a lot about history. She must read a lot. La forma negativa de must es mustn't.

Hay entonces dos posiciones posibles para el complemento directo. • He opened the door and let out the dog / let the dog out. Mas ejemplos. • • • • Could you clear away these papers / clear these papers away? Why don't you take off your shoes? / take your shoes off? You have to fill in this form / fill this form in. They're going to cut off our water supply / cut our water supply off. A veces el complemento directo de la frase es un pronombre (me/you/him/her/it/ us/them). Estos pronombres se ponen delante de la particula adverbial on/off/in/ out/up/down/away etc.

Tu pon todas bien. Example: Mozart has been a great musician. Mozart was a great musician. 1. The second world war has ended in 1945. 2. Mum and Dad have got married in Bristol. 3. Who has broken that vase? 4. " 5. Ow! I bumped my head on the wall! 6. Are you going out? Had you breakfast? 7. Good afternoon. Have you read the paper this morning? 8. Good morning. Have you read the paper yet? ) No se puede usar el preterite perfecto cuando se habla de un tiempo acabado en el pasado (yesterday, last Monday, two months ago, in 1989, when I was a boy).

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