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GRAMATICA EN CONTEXTO

TEACHEAR: ERMINIA SANCHEZ

INTEGRATE OF GROUP: APAZA SOLEDAD

SANCHEZ, FEDERICO NICOLAS

ORTEGA, IVAN

VELASQUEZ, EMANUEL

AGUIRRE, JOSE ANTONIO

CONSIGNESS:

1. Provide examples of your own to illustrate the differences time and tense in English.

Simple Aspect:

She runs at morning.

They read books.

Progressive aspect:

I am studying English grammar all day.

My wife is cooking rich food to lunch.

Perfect aspect:

She has eaten too much on lunch.

The machine has worked well today.

2. Read the following text underlines all the verb phrase and analyze the aspect in each
case by stating wetter it is simple, progressive or perfective. Justify your answer theoretically.

Jane

Thanks for agreeing to look after my flat while I am away. I have cleaned the flat
thoroughly but as I have been working late all week, I haven’t had time to cook any food for
you. My dog, Rover, eats a tin of food every night and the plants need watering once a week.
Tonight I am staying at the Hutton Hotel so you can contact me if you need me.

Donna
Practice grammatical English

- Read the follow sentence and state whether the verb form is in the indicative,
imperative, or subjunctive mood. Justify your answer theoretically.

1- Always stop and look both ways before crossing. Imperative Mood – this sentence

is doing a suggestion.

2- A sensible person crosses the road at a pedestrian crossing. Subjunctive Mood. In

this sentence is saying a affirmation.

3- God protect our soldier. Formulaic subjunctive Mood - The sentence is referred to

super power.

4- Let me help you with those cases. Imperative Mood - this is a suggestion.

5- We recommend that the boy have a second chance to improve his behavior.

Imperative Mood – this is a recommendation.

6- Laura studies architecture at the National University of Cordoba. Indicative Mood.

The verb is indicating where she is studying.

7- I’m anxious that my daughter not be pressured into sitting too many exams this

year. Indicate Mood. This sentence shows the animus state with respect his

daughter.

8- Alice took her baby to the doctor. Indicate mood – the verb is “took” past of take.

9- I insisted that she apologize. Subjunctive Mood. The verb “insisted” past of insist.

10- It is essential that Jane receive hospital treatment immediately. Imperative Mood.

This is a suggestion.