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LUIS FERNANDO BARRIOS

UNIVERSITY OF CARTAGENA CREAD OF SAN JUAN NEPOMUCENO BOLIVAR NINTH SEMESTER BACHELOR OF COMPUTING

LEADING PRAYERS IN ENGLISH VERB, NOUN, ADJECTIVE PREPOSITION ARTICLE


(Oraciones en ingles que llevan verbo, sustantivo, articulo adjetivo preposicin)

There was a yellow submarine sailing UNDER the cold English waters. The young lady in blue was carrying a red lipstick IN her bag. The man BEHIND the wall was smoking a very expensive cigar. Toms black dog is barking AMONG the crowd. The gun was ON the white piano. If you try to understand the Bible you will end UP with a terrible headache. The man was found dead BETWEEN two strange African sculptures. We must find the green parrot BEFORE nine oclock. The most intelligent books have been written BY Russian authors. A beautiful girl was reading a book UNDER a chestnut tree in the center of the square. You will never be happy living BENEATH the green waves, you are not a mermaid. The temperatures dropped BELOW zero and our black coats were not enough to keep us warm. ABOVE us a great number of red planes flew across the blue sky. A very elegant lark was flying OVER the dark waters of Lemans lake. We were fighting BEYOND our human capabilities in the Russian front. We shall meet AT five oclock UNDER the green tree BEFORE beginning to work.

Prepositions

Use the prepositions in the box to fill in the blanks:

with by

since for

at of

through about from to

on

under without in

This article refers ................multimedia. * The use ...................several different media. * .................the Arts you can talk about a multimedia artist. * The user can go ....................a series of presentations. * You can access information .......................a non-linear fashion. * You can do this exercise ................effort. It is easy. * You should go ................Section A ................... Section F. * The doctors can get trained .................. experts in Information Technology. * You can solve the problem easily ................this tool. * This text is ..................a very important topic. * This experiment must be done ...................... strict supervision of experts. * ...................the beginning of this class we have been working with multimedia.

The present perfect is made with have (for plural subjects, you, and I) has (for singular subjects) I have sent you a video attachment. They have used Windows 2000. The present perfect is used for several reasons:

+ a past participle + a past participle The program has opened The process has started.

1. to talk about an unfinished action: I have used Windows 95 for 6 years. (...I still use it) She has known it for a long time. (...she still knows it) He has had his unit since 1987. (...he still has it) 2. to talk about an indefinite past: He has used that printer many times. (I can't tell you when.) I've talked to your teacher. (I don't remember the date we spoke.) Have you used Yahoo Messenger before? (You don't know when or even if.) 3. we use the present perfect with certain words (for idiomatic reasons): never ever already yet lately recently so far up to now just We've never used multimedia. Has he ever taught a lesson online? I've already sent you a video attachment. Have you answered my e-mail yet? How many tests have you had lately? What good books have you read recently? She hasn't learned very much so far. Up to now, I haven't received a reply from him. My secretary has just finished the report.

PASSIVE VOICE VERB FORMS WITH CONJUGATE TO BE MORE THE MAIN WORD PARTICLE.
LA VOZ PASIVA SE FORMA CON EL VERBO TO BE CONJUGADO MS EL PARTICIPIO DEL VERBO PRINCIPAL.

Presente simple Voz activa: John writes the letter Voz pasiva: The letter is written by John Presente continuo Voz activa: John is writing the letter Voz pasiva: The letter is being written by John

Pasado simple Voz activa: John wrote the letter Voz pasiva: The letter was written by John Pasado continuo Voz activa: John was writing the letter Voz pasiva: The letter was being written by John Presente perfecto Voz activa: John has written the letter Voz pasiva: The letter has been written by John Pasado perfecto Voz activa: John had written the letter Voz pasiva: The letter had been written by John

Futuro (Will) Voz activa: John will write the letter Voz pasiva: The letter will be written by John Futuro (going to) Voz activa: John is going to write the letter

Voz pasiva: The letter is going to be written by John