10. www.themegallery.com She is studing for tomorrows exam You look hot!, have you been running? She goes to ballet classes twice a week The guide tour starts at 2:00pm
11. fairly Is stronger than quite example: its a pretty big school, I love it Suggeests a higher degree than fairly . Example: he is quite a good student Usually modifies adjectives and adverbs, it does not suggest a high degree example: carlos its fairly good at matemathics but he wants to study in the SEA in mexico quite pretty
12. A bit Incredibly and terribly are also used to show emphasis(similar way to very) example: he is a extremely good soap opera singer Is used to show emphasis, it can be used with adjectives . Example: I really love her dress Is often used with the same meaning as a little example: the new moon book is a bit more interested than crepusculo really extremely
Reflexives & own
To a higher degree: (comparative than)
Example: tec de monterrey is better than jeanpiaget
To the same degree: (asas)
example: i`m as tired as i was 1 week ago
A lower degree: (less than and degree)
Example: im less keen on rock music than pop music
Not to the same degree: (not as..as)
Example: university is not as easier as high school.
Example: edward is as beautifull as in the book describes.
Reflexives: (when the object is the same person/thing as the subject).
* i forced myself to study in this parcial.
* the film itself is really bad, but some people love it.
Own: (to mean without the help of others)
* I clean the house on my own, im tired
* I really dont want to go to the meeting by myself.
Past simple : verb+ed (specific and important events)
Past continuous: was/were + -ing (actions in progress comonly interrupted)
Past perfect simple: had/past participle ( to refer to a time earlier than another past time)
Past perfect continuous: had been+ -ing (actions wich had continued up to the past moment that we are thinking about)
19. www.themegallery.com He studied hard at harvard He said he had already finished the school They were playing soccer when their mom arrived When you got here, we had been playing for 40 min.
While: describes to longer situations going on at the same time
Example: while i was making dinner, tom was doing it
As: it is used to talk about 2 situations wich develop or change together
example: as i get older, i dont worry about things so much
When: its often used to talk about periods of life
Example: when i was in high school i used to have more fun
Eventually&finally: in the end
* it was a very close match which lasted four hours but eventually tim won
At first&to begin with: refer at the begining to the situation.
* to beguin with i was excited to be back in mexico, but after a while i started to miss U.S.A
As soon as: 2 actions quickly one each other.
Example: as soon as i saw him, i gave him a huge hug.
After/afterwards/after that: it means when you do something or something finished.
Example: after seeing a film,were going out for a drink.
By the time: it means not later than.
Example: i will have finished dinner by the time you get home.
Used to and would
24. advice You ught to study every day obligation You must do 80% of your homework Nesesary, unnesesary I need to practice the song must Need/neednt Dont haveto Ought to should
25. www.themegallery.com To able to I can do this homework, its easy ability I could use the computer in the internet cafe permition May I go to the badroom? could may Can/cant
26. www.themegallery.com Something especific -when I was child I would go to the park Something especific -after school, I would go to ballet classes Not specific time - I used to dance in festivals of jp Not specific time - He used to getting up early Used to would would used to *