Presentation on theme: "INTERROGATIVE ADVERBS WHEN?¿CUÁNDO?WHO?¿QÚIÉN?WHAT? ¿QUÉ? WHERE?¿DÓNDE?HOW MUCH? ¿CUÁNTO?WHAT’S THE TIME? WHICH?¿CUÁL?HOW MANY? ¿CUÁNTOS ? ¿QUÉ HORA ES?"— Presentation transcript:
INTERROGATIVE ADVERBS WHEN?¿CUÁNDO?WHO?¿QÚIÉN?WHAT? ¿QUÉ? WHERE?¿DÓNDE?HOW MUCH? ¿CUÁNTO?WHAT’S THE TIME? WHICH?¿CUÁL?HOW MANY? ¿CUÁNTOS ? ¿QUÉ HORA ES? WHOSE?¿DE QUIÉN? HOW OFTEN? ¿CON QUÉ FRECUENCIA? WHAT TIME IS IT? WHY?¿POR QUÉ?HOW OLD?¿QUÉ EDAD?
QUESTION TAGS It is used to ask for confirmation or to give a personal opinion. It is made of an auxiliary + personal pronoun
Question tags If there is an affirmative auxiliary verb, the question tag has the same auxiliary in the negative and vice-versa: He has a house in London, hasn’t he? He can’t play tennis, can he? If the verb is ‘be’, the tag question is also ‘be’: He is a carpenter, isn’t he? He isn’t rich, is he?
Question tags If the main verb is not an auxiliary verb or ‘be’, do/does/did are used in the question tag: He works in O Barco, doesn’t he? They don’t like German, do they? He studied French, didn’t he?
EXERCISES Write the following question tags: I am Spanish,......... Maria lives in A Rua,......... He isn’t very tall,........ They can run very fast,........... She isn’t very old,............... We travel to London,..................
THE COMPARATIVE Adjective+-er+than Is used when the adjective is monosyllabic: Strong> stronger than Or when there are two syllables ending in (-ly,- ow,-er): Clever> cleverer than (consonant+y> ier)
The comparative More+adjective+than Is used when the adjective has two or more than two syllables: Intelligent> more intelligent than Awful> more awful than
EXERCISES Write the comparative of these adjectives: Easy Beautiful Pretty Small Intensive Difficult cheap
THE FUTURE: Going to Be going to+ infinitive Is used to talk about plans and intentions in the future: I am going to study You are going to study He is going to study We are going to study You are going to study They are going to study
Be going to+ infinitive Am I going to study?I’m not going to study Are you going to study?You’re not going to study Is she going to study?She isn’t going to study Are we going to study?We aren’t going to study Are you going to study?You aren’t going to study Are they going to study? They aren’t going to study. An interrogative adverb can be used at the beginning: What are you going to do? I’m going to play tennis. When you aren’t sure we use : I THINK...