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VOCABULÁRIO

IDENTIFICAÇÃO

Address – morada
Age – idade
Name – nome
Nationality - nacionalidade
Surname – apelido

PARENTESCO

Aunt – tia
Baby – bebé
Boy – rapaz
Boyfriend – namorado
Brothers – irmãos
Child – criança
Children - crianças
Cousin - primo
Daughter – filha
Daughter-in-law – nora
Family - família
Father – pai }
Father-in-law – sogro
Fiancé – noivo
Fiancée – noiva
Friend - amigo
Girl – rapariga
Girlfriend - namorada
Godfather – padrinho
Godmother – madrinha
Grandchildren – netos
Granddaughter – neta
Grandfather – avô
Grandmother – avó
Grandparents – avós
Grandson – neto
Guy - rapaz
Husband – marido
Man – homem
Mother – mãe } Parents
Mother-in-law – sogra
Nephew – sobrinho
Niece – sobrinha
People - pessoas
Sisters – irmãs
Son – filho
Son-in-law – genro
Stepfather – padrasto
Stepmother – madrasta
Twin - gémeo
Uncle – tio
Wife – esposa
Woman – mulher

PROFISSÕES

Accountant – contabilista
Architect – arquitecto (a)
Baker – padeiro (a)
Bank Clerk – bancário (a)
Butcher – talhante
Cashier – caixa de supermercado
Cook – cozinheiro (a)
Dentist – dentista
Doctor – médico
Engineer – engenheiro (a)
Fashion Designer – estilista/desenhador de moda
Florist – florista
Grocer – merceeiro (a)
Hairdresser – Cabeleireiro (a)
Job – profissão
Journalist – jornalista
Judge – juiz (a)
Lawyer – advogado (a)
Musician – músico
Nurse – enfermeira (o)
Policeman – polícia
Postman – carteiro
Secretary – secretária
Shop Assistant – vendedor (a) de loja
Singer – cantor
Táxi-Driver – motorista de táxi
Teacher – professor (a)
Waiter – empregado de mesa

ANIMAIS

Bird – pássaro
Cat – gato
Cow – vaca
Dog – cão
Duck – pato
Fish – peixe
Hen – galo
Horse – cavalo
Parrot – papagaio
Pet – animal de estimação
Pig – porco
Rabbit – coelho
Snake – cobra
Squirrel – esquilo
Turkey – peru
Turtle – tartaruga

CORES

Beige - bege
Black – preto
Blue – azul
Brown – castanho
Green – verde
Grey – cinzento
Pink – cor-de-rosa
Purple - roxo
Red – vermelho
White – branco
Yellow – amarelo

APARÊNCIA

Beard – barba
Big – grande
Blond - loiro
Clever – esperto
Dark – escuro
Ear – orelha
Eyes – olhos
Fat – gordo
Freckles – sardas
Hair – cabelo
Hands – mãos
Height - altura
Long – comprido
Moustache - bigode
Mouth - boca
Nose – nariz
Short – baixo/curto
Small – pequeno
Tall – alto
Teeth – dentes
Thin - magro
Tooth - dente
Weight – peso
VESTUÁRIO

Belt – cinto
Blouse – blusa
Boots – botas
Bra-soutien
Cap – boné
Cardigan – casaco de malha
Clothes - roupas
Coat – casaco
Dress – vestido
Earrings – brincos
Gloves – luvas
Handbag – carteira
Hat – chapéu
Jacket – blusão
Jeans – calças ganga
Necklace – colar
Overcoat – sobretudo
Pocket - bolso
Pullover – pulover
Pyjamas – pijama
Raincoat – gabardine
Ring - anel
Shirt – camisa
Shoes – sapatos
Shorts – calções
Skirt – saia
Sneakers - sapatilhas
Socks - peúgas
Stockings – meias
Suit – fato
Sweater - camisola
Tie - gravata
Track Suit – fato de treino
Trousers – calças
COMIDAS

Apple – maçã
Banana – banana
Beer – cerveja
Cake – bolo
Carrot - cenoura
Cheese – queijo
Chicken – frango
Chips – batatas fritas
Coffee – café
Coke – coca-cola
Dessert - sobremesa
Drink – bebida
Food – comida
Fruit – fruta
Ice-Cream – gelado
Meatball - almôndega
Milk – leite
Orange juice – sumo de laranja
Potato - batata
Salad – salada
Soup – sopa
Spaghetti – esparguete
Sprout – couve
Steak – bife
Strawberries – morangos
Vegetables - legumes
Water - água
Wine – vinho

DESPORTOS

Baseball – basebol
Basketball – basquetebol
Boxing – boxe
Football – futebol
Golf – golfe
Gymnastics – ginástica
Handball – andebol
In-Line Skating – patins em linha
Rugby – râguebi
Swimming – natação
Tennis – ténis
Volleyball - voleibol

REFEIÇÕES

Breakfast – pequeno almoço


Dinner – jantar
Lunch – almoço

PARTES DO DIA

Afternoon – tarde
Evening – fim da tarde/noite
Morning – manhã
Night – noite
Week - semana
Weekend – fim-de-semana

DIAS DA SEMANA

Monday – 2ªfeira
Tuesday – 3ªfeira
Wednesday – 4ªfeira
Thursday – 5ªfeira
Friday – 6ªfeira
Saturday - Sábado
Sunday – Domingo
GERAL

Birthday – dia de aniversário


Book – livro
Bowl - tigela
Bus – autocarro
Candle – vela
Card – cartão
Christmas – Natal
City – cidade
Classroom – sala de aula
Clock – relógio
Game – jogo
Ghost – fantasma
Glasses – óculos/copos
God - Deus
Homework – trabalho de casa
King – rei
Market – mercado
Napkin – guardanapo
News – notícias
Newspaper – jornal
Paper – papel
Party - festa
Phone – telefone
Postcard - postal
Queen – rainha
Rucksack – mochila
School – escola
Sentence – frase
Shop – loja
Town - cidade
Toy – brinquedo
Tree - árvore
Watch - relógio
CASA

Bathroom – casa de banho


Bed – cama
Bedroom – quarto
Chair – cadeira
Desk – secretária
Door – porta
Doorbell - campainha
Downstairs – andar de baixo
Garage – garagem
Garden – jardim
Ground floor – rés-do-chão
Hall - hall
Home - casa
House - casa
Kitchen – cozinha
Living-room – sala de estar
Sofá – sofá
Stairs – escadas
Table – mesa
Upstairs – andar de cima
Wall - parede
Wardrobe – roupeiro

ESTAÇÕES DO ANO – (Seasons)

Spring – Primavera
Summer – Verão
Autumn – Outono
Winter – Inverno
MESES DO ANO- Months)

January – Janeiro
February – Fevereiro
March – Março
April – Abril
May – Maio
June – Junho
July – Julho
August – Agosto
September – Setembro
October – Outubro
November – Novembro
December – Dezembro
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

My (o meu)
Your (o teu)
His (o dele)
Her (o dela)
Its (o dele/o dela) – coisas animais
Our (o nosso)
Your (o vosso)
Their (o deles/o delas)

PERSONAL PRONOUNS

I (eu)
You (tu)
He (ele)
She (ela)
It (ele/ela) – coisas animais (embora também se use he/she para animais)
We (nós)
You (vós)
They (eles/elas)

THE DEFINITE AND THE INDEFINITE ARTICLES

The (o, a, os, as)


A }
An} (um, uma)  Não se usa para frases no plural

Ex: There is a red car. He is an engineer.


There are red cars. They are engineers.

A – Usa-se antes de palavras que começam por consoante.


An - Usa-se antes de palavras que começam por vogal ou “h” mudo.

Ex: A car / An umbrella


NUMBERS

1 ONE - FIRST(1st)
2 TWO - SECOND(2nd)
3 THREE - THIRD(3rd)
4 FOUR - FOURTH(4th)
5 FIVE - FIFTH
6 SIX - SIXTH
7 SEVEN - SEVENTH
8 EIGHT - EIGHTH
9 NINE - NINTH
10 TEN - TENTH
11 ELEVEN - ELEVENTH
12 TWELVE - TWELFTH
13 THIRTEEN - THIRTEENTH
14 FOURTEEN - FOURTEENTH
15 FIFTEEN - FIFTEENTH
16 SIXTEEN - SIXTEENTH
17 SEVENTEEN - SEVENTEENTH
18 EIGHTEEN - EIGHTEENTH
19 NINETEEN - NINETEENTH
20 TWENTY - TWENTIETH – TWENTY-FIRST
30 THIRTY - TIRTIETH – THIRTY-FIRST
40 FORTY - FORTIETH – FORTY-FIRST
50 FIFTY - FIFTIETH – FIFTY-FIRST
60 SIXTY - SIXTIETH – SIXTY-FIRST
70 SEVENTY - SEVENTIETH – SEVENTY-FIRST
80 EIGHTY - EIGHTIETH – EIGHTY-FIRST
90 NINETY - NINETIETH – NINETY-FIRST
100 ONE HUNDRED - ONE HUNDREDTH
500 FIVE HUNDRED - FIVE HUNDREDTH
1000 ONE THOUSAND - ONE THOUSANDTH
TO BE (Present Simple) – Ser/Estar

I am
You are
He is
She is
It is
We are
You are
They are

 Usa-se para:

Identificar: I´m John


Dizer a idade: I´m nine
Dizer a nacionalidade: I´m Portuguese
Dizer a morada: My address is 18, João de Deus St. Porto
Dizer o número de telefone: My phone number is 223456
Dizer a profissão: I´m student
Dizer onde estás: I´m at home

TIPOS DE FRASES

AFIRMATIVA – She is a student.


INTERROGATIVA – Is she a student?
NEGATIVA – She isn´t ( is not) a student.
TO HAVE (GOT) (Present Simple) – Ter

I have
You have
He has
She has
It has
We have
You have
They have

 Usa-se para:

Indicar posse (coisas): I have got a new pen.


(familiares): They have got a sister.
(caract.pessoais): She has got brown eyes.
(doenças): He has got a grippe.

 To have também se usa no sentido de tomar

Ex: To have breakfast/ lunch/ dinner/ a bath/ a shower

AFIRMATIVA – He has breakfast at nine.


INTERROGATIVA – Does he have breakfast at nine?
NEGATIVA – He doesn´t have breakfast at nine.

THERE TO BE (Present Simple) – Haver

There is (sing.) – há ex: There is a pen on the table.


There are (plu.) – há ex: There are two pens on the table.
HOW MANY / HOW MUCH

 Usa-se para perguntar sobre uma quantidade, algo que se pode


contar

Q: How many cats are there? (Quantos gatos há?)


A: There is one (Há um) – sing.
A: There are two (Há dois) – plu.

 Usa-se para perguntar sobre uma quantidade, algo que não se pode
contar

Q: How much water is there? (Que quantidade de água há?)


A: There is a lot. (Há muita)

PREPOSITIONS (Indicam-nos a localização de alguma coisa)

Responde à pergunta “Where”? (onde?)

In (dentro de) – The dog is in a box.


On (em cima de) – The dog is on the table.
Under (debaixo) – The dog is under the table.
Between (entre 2 coisas ou pessoas) – The dog is between the boxes.
Among (entre várias coisas ou pessoas) – The dog is among the boxes.
Behind (atrás) – The dog is behind the door.
In front of (em frente a) – The dog is in front of tv.
Near (perto de/junto a) – The dog is near the boy-
Far from (longe de) – The dog is far from the cat.

ADVERBS (Usam-se para indicar uma localização)

HERE (aqui) – My dog is here.


THERE (ali) – My dog is there.
TO LIKE (Present Simple) – Gostar

I like
You like
He likes
She likes
It likes
We like
You like
They like

AFIRMATIVA – They like chicken.


INTERROGATIVA – Do they like chicken?

 A interrogativa forma-se acrescentando “do” antes do sujeito.

NEGATIVA – They don´t like chicken.

 A negativa forma-se acrescentando “don´t” entre o sujeito e a forma


verbal.

TO DO (Present Simple) – Fazer

I do
You do
He does
She does
It does
We do
You do
They do

AFIRMATIVA – She likes water. / He does the homework at home.


INTERROGATIVA – Does she like water? / Does he do the homework at
home?
NEGATIVA – She doesn´t like water. / He doesn´t do the homework at
home.

TO GET UP (Present Simple) – Levantar

I get up
You get up
He gets up
She gets up
It gets up
We get up
You get up
They get up

AFIRMATIVA – They get up at seven.


INTERROGATIVA – Do they get up at seven?
NEGATIVA – They don´t get up at seven.

TO COME (Present Simple) – Vir

I come
You come
He comes
She comes
It comes
We come
You come
They come

AFIRMATIVA – She comes home at two.


INTERROGATIVA – Does she come home at two?
NEGATIVA – She doesn´t come home at two.
TO GO (Present Simple) – Ir

I go
You go
He goes
She goes
It goes
We go
You go
They go

AFIRMATIVA – You go to school by bus.


INTERROGATIVA – Do you go to school by bus?
NEGATIVA – You don´t go to school by bus.

QUESTIONS – Para introduzir uma pergunta

WHAT (qual, o quê) – What colour is your pencil?


WHAT TIME (as horas) – What time is it?
WHERE (onde) – Where do you go?
WHEN (quando) – When do you do the homework?
WHY (porquê) – Why are you happy?
WHO (quem) – Who is that boy?
WHOSE (de quem/a quem pertence) – Whose is this pen?
WHICH (qual) – Which is you book?
HOW (como, como se faz) – How do I do my homework?
HOW OFTEN (quantas vezes) – How often do you have Portuguese
lessons?
FREQUENCY ADVERBS – Indicam a frequência com que uma
acção se realiza. Responde à pergunta “how often”

NEVER (nunca) – I never go to bed after 22,00.


SOMETIMES (às vezes) – Sometimes I go by bus.
OFTEN (frequentemente) – I often go to the cinema.
USUALLY (habitualmente) – I usually watch tv.
ALWAYS (sempre) – She always gets up at 8 a.m.

INDEFINITE ADJECTIVES

SOME
 Utiliza-se em frases afirmativas.

Ex: There are some books on the table.

 Utiliza-se em frases interrogativas em que se espera resposta


afirmativa ou se pede alguma coisa.

Ex: Would you like some tea?

ANY
 Utiliza-se em frases negativas.

Ex: They haven´t got any toys.

 Utiliza-se em frases interrogativas.

Ex: Have they got any toys?

NO
 Utiliza-se em frases em que o verbo está na forma afirmativa,
tornando a frase negativa.

Ex: They have no toys.


There are no books on the table.
CAN (Present Simple) – Capacidade/Poder/Saber

I can
You can
He can
She can
It can
We can
You can
They can

Ex: She can speak English. (ela sabe falar ingles) / She can do the
homework alone. (ela é capaz de fazer os trabalhos de casa sozinha)

MAY (Present Simple) – Permissão/Possibilidade

I may
You may
He may
She may
It may
We may
You may
They may

AFIRMATIVA – She can speak English. / I may sit down.


INTERROGATIVA – Can she speak English? / May I sit down?
NEGATIVA – Se can´t speak English. / I may not sit down.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS – Usa-se habitualmente para indicar
uma acção que decorre no momento em que se está a falar. Pode
também indicar um futuro muito próximo.

* Usamos o present simple de “be” para formar o present continuous.

Ex: She is decorating the living-room. (Ela está a enfeitar a sala.)

Ex: We are waiting for you. (Nós estamos à tua espera.)

Ex: They are dancing. (Eles estão a dançar.)

Ex: I’m going to the cinema tonight. (Vou ao cinema esta noite.)

I am decorating
You are decorating
He is decorating
She is decorating
It is decorating
We are decorating
You are decorating
They are decorating

I am waiting
You are waiting
He is waiting
She is waiting
It is waiting
We are waiting
You are waiting
They are waiting

I am dancing
You are dancing
He is dancing
She is dancing
It is dancing
We are dancing
You are dancing
They are dancing
AFIRMATIVA – She is decorating the living-room.
INTERROGATIVA – Is she decorating the living-room?
NEGATIVA – She is not decorating the living-room.

IMPERATIVE – Usa-se para dar uma ordem ou fazer um aviso.


É invariável, tem sempre a mesma forma no singular e no plural.

Shut the door! (fecha a porta!/fechem a porta!)


Go home! (vai para casa!/vão para casa!)
Wait for me! (espera por mim!/esperem por mim!)
Open your books! (abre os livros!abram os livros!)
Keep quiet! (está calado!/estejam calados!)
Mind the step! (cuidado com o degrau!)

 Podemos tornar a ordem mais delicada, se acrescentarmos


PLEASE no início ou no fim da frase.

Ex: Please, shut the door!


Ex: Wait for me, please!

NEGATIVA (Don´t + Infinitivo do verbo) – Don´t shut the door! / Don´t


wait for me!
CONJUCTIONS – servem para ligar partes da frase, e têm um
significado temporal

AFTER (depois de / depois que) – The bus arrives after the girl. (o
autocarro chega depois da menina.)

BEFORE (antes de / antes que) – The girl arrives before the bus. (a menina
chega antes do autocarro.)

ADVERBS

ALSO (também) – Situa-se habitualmente entre o sujeito e o verbo.

Ex: She also likes strawberries.


Ex: They also go to the cinema.

TOO (também) – Situa-se habitualmente no fim da frase.

Ex: She likes strawberries, too.


Ex: They go to the cinema, too.
PAST SIMPLE (Usa-se para falar de acções passadas)

TO BE

I was
You were
He was
She was
It was
We were
You were
They were

AFIRMATIVA – She was ten.


INTERROGATIVA – Was she ten?
NEGATIVA – She wasn’t ten.

THERE TO BE

There was – Singular


There were – Plural

AFIRMATIVA – There was a pencil on the table.


There were two boys in the class.
INTERROGATIVA – Was there a pencil on the table?
Were there two boys in the class?
NEGATIVA – There wasn’t a pencil on the table.
There weren’t two boys in the class.
TO HAVE (No Simple Past não usamos habitualmente got)

 A Interrogativa e a Negativa formam-se com a utilização do


auxiliar “do”.

I had
You had
He had
She had
It had
We had
You had
They had

AFIRMATIVA – She had a new book. (ter)


I had breakfast at 8 a.m. (tomar)
INTERROGATIVA – Did she have a new book?
Did I have breakfast at 8 a.m.?
NEGATIVA – She didn’t have a new book.
I didn’t have breakfast at 8 a.m.
REGULAR VERBS (Terminam em “ed”)

TO LIKE TO LOVE TO HATE

I liked I loved I hated


You liked You loved You hated
He liked He loved He hated
She liked She loved She hated
It liked It loved It hated
We liked We loved We hated
You liked You loved You hated
They liked They loved They hated

AFIRMATIVA – He liked those trousers./ They loved tea./ We hated TV.


INTERROGATIVA – Did he like those trousers?/ Did they love tea?/ Did
we hate TV?
NEGATIVA – He didn’t like those trousers./ They didn’t love tea./ We
didn’t hate TV.

IRREGULAR VERBS (Já não terminam em “ed”)

Existem 3 formas:

INFINITIVE PAST SIMPLE PAST PARTICIPLE

Daqui sai o Daqui sai o Past Daqui saem os tem-


Present Simple Simple (todas as pos compostos
(só a 3ª pessoa pessoas são iguais
do singular é excepto nos verbos
diferente) To Be/There to be)

Ex: TO GO
{ go (Infinitive) / went (Past Simple) / gone (Past Participle) }

Ex: TO DO
{ do (Infinitive) / did (Past Simple) / done (Past Participle) }

AFIRMATIVA – She went to the cinema. / I did the homework.


INTERROGATIVA – Did she go to the cinema? / Did I do the homework?
NEGATIVA – She didn’t go to the cinema. / I didn’t do the homework.

QUESTIONS – TAGS

São pequenas perguntas que acrescentamos no final de uma frase. Usam-se


quando queremos confirmar que a pessoa com quem estamos a falar
concorda connosco.

Ex: John is a good boy, isn’t he? (O John é um bom rapaz, não é?)

Ex: You weren’t alone, were you?

Ex: She likes tea, doesn’t she?

Ex: We loved ice-cream, didn’t we?

Ex: Mary wasn’t very happy, was she?

Ex: You have breakfast at 8 a.m., don’t you?

Ex: They have a new book, haven’t they?

Ex: We had a nice shoes, didn’t we?

EXCEPÇÃO:

I am a good girl, aren’t I?

 Quando o verbo é afirmativo na question-tag é negativo.


 Quando o verbo é negativo na question-tag é afirmativo.
 Se o sujeito é um nome na question-tag é substituído pelo pronome
pessoal.
 Se o sujeito é um pronome pessoal na question-tag mantém-se.
 Na question-tag o verbo mantém o tempo da frase principal.
 Com verbos que precisam de auxiliar para formar a interrogativa e a
negativa, formamos a question-tag usando o auxiliar: do/does (verbo
no Present Simple); did (verbo no Past Simple).
 Se na frase principal usamos um auxiliar, este repete-se com sinal
contrário.

Ex: We don’t like oranges, do we?

Ex: She didn’t do the homework, did she?

Ex: Mary and John have got a new pen, haven’t they?

Ex: Kate has got a blue car, hasn’t she?

PERSONAL PRONOUNS (Com função de complemento)

Me/you/him/her/it/us/you/them

Ex: He gave me a pen. (me, a mim)

Ex: Mary asked you for the book. (te, a ti)

Ex: We liked him because he’s nice. (lhe, a ele)

Ex: I gave her a book. (lhe, a ela)

Ex: Let John answer it. (neutro – lhe, a ele, a ela)

Ex: They asked us about the film. (nos, a nós)

Ex: She told you to bring the books. (vos, a vós)

Ex: Tim phoned them after dinner. (lhes, a eles, a elas)

Ex: That is my book. It belongs to me. (me, a mim)


POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS (Indicam posse – a quem pertence
alguma coisa)

Mine/yours/his/hers/its/ours/yours/theirs

Ex: That´s my house. It’s mine. (É a minha casa. É minha.)


Ex: That’s your guitar. It’s yours. (É a tua guitarra. É tua.)
Ex: That’s his book. It’s his. (É o livro dele. É dele.)
Ex: That’s her ball. It’s hers. (É a bola dela. É dela.)
Ex: That’s its doghouse. It’s its. (É a casota dele. É dele.)
Ex: That’s ours bike. It’s ours. (É a nossa bicicleta. É nossa.)
Ex: That’s your car. It’s yours. (É o vosso carro. É vosso.)
Ex: That’s their cat. It’s theirs. (É o gato deles. É deles.)
Ex: We have got a new TV. It’s ours. (Nós temos uma TV nova. É nossa.)
Ex: My car is old, but I like it. It’s mine. (O meu carro é velho, mas eu
gosto dele. É meu.)

 ADJECTIVOS POSSESSIVOS - estão juntos a um nome.

Ex: That is my (adjectivo) car (nome).

 PRONOMES POSSESSIVOS – substituem o nome.

Ex: It’s mine (pronome).


DEGREES OF ADJECTIVES

COMPARATIVES

EQUALITY – John is as tall as Kate. (O John é tão alto como a Kate.)

SUPERIORITY – Mary is taller than John. (A Mary é mais alta do que o


John.)
John is more intelligent than Lucy. (O John é mais
inteligente do que a Lucy.)

 Se o adjectivo tem uma ou duas sílabas acrescenta-se “er” ao


adjectivo seguido de “than” (ex: tall).

 Se o adjectivo tem mais de duas sílabas acrescenta-se


“more”+adjectivo+”than” (ex: intelligent).

INFERIORITY – Jack is less tall than Susan. / Jack is not as tall as Susan.
- É MAIS USADO (O Jack é menos alto do que a Susan. / O Jack não é
tão alto como a Susan.)

SUPERLATIVE

Jack is the tallest in his family. (O Jack é o mais alto da família.)


Mary is the most intelligent in the class. (A Mary é a mais inteligente da
turma.)

 Se o adjectivo tem uma ou duas sílabas acrescenta-se “the”+”est” ao


adjectivo (ex: tall).

 Se o adjectivo tem mais de duas sílabas acrescenta-se “the” seguido


de “most” (intelligent).

EXCEPTIONS:

POSITIVE – Good / Bad

COMPARATIVE – Better / Worse

SUPERLATIVE – The best / The worst


FUTURE (Utilizamos o futuro para referir acções que ainda vão
acontecer)

GOING TO (Utiliza-se principalmente para falar sobre planos bem


definidos ou sobre uma acção que se vê que vai acontecer)

Forma-se com:

Present Simple de To Be + Going To + Infinitivo do verbo que se conjuga

Ex:

I’m going to watch a film tonight.


You are going to do your homework.
He is going to paint his bike.
She is going to play football in the evening.
We are going to get up early tomorrow.
You are going to see this book.
They are going to buy a new house.

AFIRMATIVA – She is going to buy a new dress.


INTERROGATIVA – Is she going to buy a new dress?
NEGATIVA – She is not going to buy a new dress.

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