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LOGO Ing. Civil Inlgles 1 7 semana (sabatino). II UNIT- Ejemplification Objetos Directos Objetos Indirectos Conectores/conjunciones Class Work.

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1 LOGO Ing. Civil Inlgles 1 7 semana (sabatino)

2 II UNIT- Ejemplification Objetos Directos Objetos Indirectos Conectores/conjunciones Class Work

3 Direct Object  A direct object is a noun or pronoun that receives the action of a "transitive verb" in an active sentence or shows the result of the action.  It answers the question "What?" or "Whom?" after an action verb.For example:  Mary burnt the toast. * What did Mary burn? - She burnt the toast. "toast" is the direct object

4  A simple direct object is only the noun or pronoun, whereas a complex direct object consists of that noun and pronoun and any modifiers that accompany it.  For example:  Mary burnt the toast and the eggs. * What did Mary burn? - She burnt the toast and the eggs. "toast" and "eggs" are the direct objects.

5 Indirect Object  : An indirect object precedes the direct object and tells to whom or for whom the action of the verb is done and who is receiving the direct object. There must be a direct object to have an indirect object. Indirect objects are usually found with verbs of giving or communicating like give, bring, tell, show, take, or offer. An indirect object is always a noun or pronoun which is not part of a prepositional phrase. Indirect objects are usually placed directly before the direct object.For example:  He gave Mary a rose. * The predicate of the above sentence consists of the transitive verb "gave," the indirect object "Mary," and the direct object "rose."

6 Examples  She gave me the report. * Who received the report? "Me". So "Me" is the Indirect object.  King Arthur put her sword on the table. * King Arthur is the subject; "put" is the verb; the sword is the direct object; thetable is the indirect object.

7 Practice  She gives violin lessons to Jacob  Everyone loves candy  The teacher gave us an assignment  Can you send me a letter?  The children are playing  The students ask the teacher many questions

8 Logo Conectors Additionally, Besides that, Not only... but Useful. Also Furthermore, Too And In addition, As well,

9 Conectores  Los conectores discursivos son adverbios y conjunciones que ayudan a relacionar las diferentes ideas que constituyen un texto o una intervención oral. Se trata de relaciones temporales, de causa y efecto, de contraste y de comparación, etc.

10 Logo  In addition,  The library on 5th Avenue in New York City is one of the best places to do research. In addition, it has hundreds of the most respected magazines and journals in the world.  Furthermore,  The library on 5th Avenue in New York City is one of the best places to do research. Furthermore, it has hundreds of the most respected magazines and journals in the world.

11 Logo  Also  The library on 5th Avenue in New York City is one of the best places to do research. It also has hundreds of the most respected magazines and journals in the world. *The word also comes before the verb. If the verb is a form of to be, also is placed after the verb.  As well  The library on 5th Avenue in New York City is one of the best places to do research. It has hundreds of the most respected magazines and journals in the world as well.

12 Logo  Too  The library on 5th Avenue in New York City is one of the best places to do research. It has hundreds of the most respected magazines and journals in the world, too.  Additionally,  The library on 5th Avenue in New York City is one of the best places to do research. Additionally, it has hundreds of the most respected magazines and journals in the world.

13 Logo  Besides that,  The library on 5th Avenue in New York City is one of the best places to do research. Besides that, it has hundreds of the most respected magazines and journals in the world.  And  The library on 5th Avenue in New York City is one of the best places to do research, and it has hundreds of the most respected magazines and journals in the world.

14 Logo Sentence Conectors Cause/Effect Adition Condition Contrast Comparison TYPES

15 Logo for (cause), so (effect)  Professionals can sometimes be extremely impatient, for their positions are at times rather stressful.

16 Logo Because and since  Since high level positions are at times rather stressful, professionals can sometimes be extremely impatient

17 Logo Therefore, as a result of, consequently  High level positions are at times rather stressful; therefore, professionals can sometimes be extremely impatient

18 Logo Becauseof, due to, as a result of  Due to the stressful nature of high level positions, professionals can sometimes be extremely impatient.

19 Otras definiciones  Conectores que indican la secuenciación de las ideas o de los argumentos  Registro neutro: first, then, next, at the same time, finally, in the end  First, watching TV every day is bad for your eyes. Second, watching TV is really a waste of time.  Registro formal: firstly, secondly, thirdly, simultaneously, subsequently, lastly  Subsequently, the disease spread to the rest of the village.

20 Conectores para añadir información o argumentos a una afirmación anterior  Registro neutro: and, also / too, besides, what is more, as well  I don’t have a mobile phone. What is more, I totally dislike modern technology.  Registro formal: moreover, in addition, furthermore  He has been appointed Prime Minister. Furthermore, this popularity with the voters is at its highest.

21 Conectores para expresar un contraste con una afirmación anterior:  Registro neutro: although, though, even though, however, despite, inspite of, but  I was tired. However, I went jogging.  Registro formal: on the one hand / on the other hand, by contrast, nevertheless, nonetheless, on the contrary, yet  On the one hand, children eat lots of sweets. On the other hand, they do not do enough exercise to burn those extra calories.

22 Coordinativas and, y now, ahora bien but, pero still, no obstante yet, sin embargo only, sólo que while, mientras then, entonces so, así que so then, por tanto for, pues either... or..., o... o... neither... nor..., ni... ni... however, no obstante therefore, por lo tanto nevertheless, sin embargo

23 Subordinativas that, que because of, debido a since, ya que, puesto que as, pues, como so that, a fin de que lest, para (que) no if, si unless, a menos que although, though, aunque while, en tanto que until, hasta que as if, as though, como si when, cuando why, por que in order that, para, a fin de que whether... or, si... o

24 LOGO Ing. Edson Rodriguez Solórzano


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