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  • 1. INFINITIVES
  • 2. In English many verbs can exist in a sentence.
  • 3. In English many verbs can exist in a sentence. My cousin lives in a town near here.
  • 4. In English many verbs can exist in a sentence. My cousin lives in a town near here.
  • 5. In English many verbs can exist in a sentence. My cousin lives in a town near here. MAIN VERB
  • 6. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick.
  • 7. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick.
  • 8. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick.
  • 9. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick.
  • 10. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick.AUXILIARY
  • 11. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick.AUXILIARY MAIN VERB
  • 12. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick.AUXILIARY MAIN VERB Does your sister know that you have found her money?
  • 13. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick.AUXILIARY MAIN VERB Does your sister know that you have found her money?
  • 14. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick. AUXILIARY MAIN VERB Does your sister know that you have found her money?AUXILIARY
  • 15. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick. AUXILIARY MAIN VERB Does your sister know that you have found her money?AUXILIARY
  • 16. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick. AUXILIARY MAIN VERB Does your sister know that you have found her money?AUXILIARY MAIN VERB
  • 17. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick. AUXILIARY MAIN VERB Does your sister know that you have found her money?AUXILIARY MAIN VERB
  • 18. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick. AUXILIARY MAIN VERB Does your sister know that you have found her money?AUXILIARY MAIN VERB AUXILIARY
  • 19. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick. AUXILIARY MAIN VERB Does your sister know that you have found her money?AUXILIARY MAIN VERB AUXILIARY
  • 20. Mary didnt want to come to school because she feels sick. AUXILIARY MAIN VERB Does your sister know that you have found her money?AUXILIARY MAIN VERB AUXILIARY MAIN VERB
  • 21. We are listening to this beautiful music you lent to us last week.
  • 22. We are listening to this beautiful music you lent to us last week.
  • 23. We are listening to this beautiful music you lent to us last week.
  • 24. We are listening to this beautiful music you lent to us last week.
  • 25. We are listening to this beautiful music you lent to us last week.AUXILIARY
  • 26. We are listening to this beautiful music you lent to us last week.AUXILIARY MAIN VERB
  • 27. We are listening to this beautiful music you lent to us last week.AUXILIARY MAIN VERB They need to see what you did with their investment.
  • 28. We are listening to this beautiful music you lent to us last week.AUXILIARY MAIN VERB They need to see what you did with their investment. MAIN VERB
  • 29. We are listening to this beautiful music you lent to us last week.AUXILIARY MAIN VERB They need to see what you did with their investment. INFINITIVE MAIN VERB
  • 30. Main verbs and auxiliary verbs are conjugated. That means a subject does, isdoing, did, will do, etc something.
  • 31. Main verbs and auxiliary verbs are conjugated. That means a subject does, isdoing, did, will do, etc something.INFINITIVES ARE NOT CONJUGATED SO THEY HAVE NO TENSE. They do not adds/es, ing, or ed nor do they come in the past form in case they are irregular.
  • 32. Main verbs and auxiliary verbs are conjugated. That means a subject does, isdoing, did, will do, etc something.INFINITIVES ARE NOT CONJUGATED SO THEY HAVE NO INFLECTION. They donot add s/es, ing, or ed nor do they come in the past form in case they areirregular. These sentences are incorrect because they use the spelling of a conjugation in the infinitive:
  • 33. Main verbs and auxiliary verbs are conjugated. That means a subject does, isdoing, did, will do, etc something.INFINITIVES ARE NOT CONJUGATED SO THEY HAVE NO TENSE. They do not adds/es, ing, or ed nor do they come in the past form in case they are irregular. These sentences are incorrect Juan Pablo needs to explaining the class. because they use the spelling of a conjugation in the infinitive:
  • 34. Main verbs and auxiliary verbs are conjugated. That means a subject does, isdoing, did, will do, etc something.INFINITIVES ARE NOT CONJUGATED SO THEY HAVE NO TENSE. They do not adds/es, ing, or ed nor do they come in the past form in case they are irregular. Th