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A/AN A and an are called indefinite articles. A- Is used in singular form with nouns beginning with a consonant sound.

An is used in a singular form also with nouns beginning with a vowel sound.

For example A .a car .a person .a zoo .a church .a notebook AN .an apple .an elephant .an egg .an umbrella .an ant

CAN/CANT Can: It is used-to talk about possibility it is also used to ask for or to give permission, sometimes it is used in offers, request and instructions. Can`t: is used to talk about thing that are not possible to do lit is can in its negative form.

CAN Can you jump high? I can run fast I can go to the party my parents gave me permission You can use my car Can you help me

CAN T I can`t fly I cant drive faster I cant help you I cant ride a bike I cant speak frenc.

SUBJECT PRONOUNS They are used to replace the subject of a verb I - Diana Firs person Second person you he Pablo Third person she Daniela It manchas Person they .Juan, Carlos, Csar First person we. Diana, Juan, Daniela, Gabriela

QUESTION WORDS They are used to ask thing Wh / Questions Why / what / when / where / which / who Who / Whose / How

Why - Why do you study? What - What is you name When - When is your birthday? Where - Where is the supermarket? Which - which is your favorite color? Who Who is your father? Whom Whom did you see? Why Why did you go?

SIMPLE PRESENT It indicates an action in the present time which is not finished (it can be an habitual action) I help my sister everyday I wash the dishes She does her homework I am a good student it plays with the water

POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS Possessive pronouns are used to refer to a specific person/ people or things belonging. I mine this pencil is mine this pencil is yours this pencil is his this pencil is hers this pencil is their this pencil is ous

You yours He his

She hers They their We - ours

VERB TO BE It is normally used to show the status or characteristics of something as someone

I You He She It They We

am are is is is are are

Question form the verb is used to crate simple yes/no questions by simple invert in the order of subject and the to be verb.

sentences I am a teacher your are my friend She is my teacher He is a good student

questions am I teacher? are you my friend? is she my teacher? is he a good student?

THIS THAT THESE - THOSE These words are called demonstrative pronouns and they are used to shoe the relative distance between the speaker and the noun Singular Plural HERE THIS THESE THERE THAT THASE

We use this (singular) and these (plural) to refer to something that is here / near This is my car This are my cars This is my child This are my children

This is my house These are my house This is the wall These are the wall

THAT / THOSE / We use that (singular) and those (plural) to refer to something that is there / for That is a good restaurant Those are good restaurants That is a high building Those are high buildings That cell phone is modern Those cellphones are modern

AND and BUT And is used to attach the lost item of a list although it can be united (The final comma). Ulysses spent his summer studying basic math, writing and reading. But expresses contrast .it shows apposite or conflicting ideas in some sentence. She is small but strong.

Adjectives for pets The dog is cute The cats are fluffy The fish is stinky The horse is big The bird is colorful THIRD PERSON S Normally in the present tense an s is added to the end of the verb in third person (he , she , it) He loves She loves It loves he drinks she drinks it drinks he speaks she speaks it speak the hamster is small the bunny is tired the snack is slimy the turtle is slow the spider is ugly

CAPITAL LETTERS I. - In English we use capital letters to point out important things or words. II. - proper name, the name of a specific person or thing, begins with capital letters all other important words in the name mousy also start with a capital letter III. titles of books, songs, stories, work of art, magazine articles, test, and other writer materials must begin with capital letters IV.- the letter I when used as a pronouns referring to yourself must always be written as a capital letter. V.- the first word of a direct quotation must begin with capital letters VI.- Titles of people when used with their names or in place of their names must begin with a capital letter.

Example: I.- this is my house II.- Atlantic ocean III.- The new York time IV.- I am happy V.-the teacher said can you answer this question VI.- my boss is Mr. Perez.