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O Objetivo desta página é a comparação das gramáticas (conjunto de regras) que regem a língua inglesa e portuguesa, pois para falar qualquer língua não basta aprender/decorar o vocabulário (conjunto de palavras), mas também aprender as regras da língua , caso contrário vamos falar igual ao Tarzan! A Gramática se divide em: Fonética, Morfologia, Sintaxe, Etimologia e Semântica.
- Using the Conditional (part 1) - We use the conditional to show a possible situation based on another situation. For example: If A happens, then B will happen.
- More on using 'The' - Here's some specific about how to use the word 'the'.
- Using the Past Continuous with the Simple Past Tense - Past continuous tenses are used to show something that happened in the past and continued for a while.
- Have you ever...? - Ever means from the time you were born until now. Except for rare exceptions, it can only be used in questions and to answers with a no.
- Using have to, supposed to, and ought to - Learn when to use "have to", "supposed to" and "ought to".
- Reported Speech (Part 1) - Learn how to use Reported Speech - Reported Speech is used to tell or report what someone has said.
- Reported Speech (Part 2) - Learn how to use reported speech in part two of our lesson.
- Reflexive Pronouns - Learn how to use reflexive pronouns such as: myself, yourself, herself, himself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, and themselves.
- Using because to connect sentences - Learn how to use the word 'Because' to connect two sentences together.
- Using Parallel Verbs - When speaking and writing in English, we sometimes use more than one verb to describe what is happening. Learn how to use Parallel Verbs
- Using wish to talk about the past - Learn how to use the word 'wish' when talking about the past.
- Past Participles - Past Participles show something that started in the past, but continues until now. Learn how to use Past Participles.
- Very vs. Too - Learn what the difference between Very and Too are, and when to use them.
- Using must as a conclusion - Learn how to use the word 'Must' to show necessity in a sentence.
- Using wish in the present tense - Learn how to use 'wish' in the present tense. When you say "I wish..." you are talking about something that you want but probably will not happen.
- The Present Perfect Progressive Tense - The Present Perfect Progressive Tense talks about how long you have been doing something you started in the past and still continue now.
- Using Since and For - Learn what the differences are between 'Since' and 'For' and when they should be used.
- Using the Present Perfect Tense - Learn how to use the Present Perfect Tense to talk about a something that started in the past and continued until now.
- Use to/ Used to - There is a little confusion on how to use the words use to and used to. One reason for the confusion is that it is sometimes used as a verb, and sometimes used as an adjective.
- In, At, On + Time or Date - Do you know which preposition to use before times, days, months and years? Here is a reminder...
- Simple Past vs. Past Progressive Tense - Learn when it's appropriate to use Simple Past Tense versus Past Progressive Tense.
- Using either, neither and too - Learn when you should use the word 'either', 'neither', or 'too'.
- Simple Present vs. Present Continuous - Learn when you should use Simple Present Tense vs. Present Continuous Tense.
- Tag Questions - Tag questions are questions that are put at the end of a statement to elicit a response from the listener.
- It's and Its - Misusing the words "it's" and "its" is a common problem. Learn what the difference is and when each should be used.
- Hear and Listen to - Learn what the difference between 'hear' and 'listen to' are, and when they should be used.
- See, Look at, and Watch - Learn what the differences are between 'see', 'look at' and 'watch' and when they each should be used.
- Confused about confusing language? - Learn when you should use the word 'confused', or the word 'confusing'. You won't be confused any more!
- Irregular Past Tense Verbs -
- Go + noun - How to use the word 'go' in conjunction with a noun in a sentence.
Morfologia(Estudo das Palavras)
Não fique em pânico! - Eu costumo chamá-las de PPAAANICVS, da palavra formada das primeiras letras destas palavras -- Preposições, Pronomes, Artigos, Adjetivos, Advérbios, Numerais, Interjeições, Conjunções, Verbos e Substantivos.
Sintaxe (Estudo das Frases)
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