viernes, 21 de mayo de 2010

TIEMPO FUTURO



"FUTURE (GOING TO)"


El tiempo futuro con 'going to' se usa más comúnmente en el lenguaje hablado cuando se desea hacer referencia del futuro inmediato, a algo que está por ocurrir.

Ejemplo:

It's going to rain!
¡Va a llover! (algo que está por ocurrir)

También se utiliza para hablar sobre intenciones en el futuro.

Ejemplo:

I'm going to learn English.
Voy a aprender inglés. (intención)

Se forma con el verbo TO BE conjugado para la persona correspondiente, seguido de GOING TO y el verbo base.

Ejemplos:

  • Forma Afirmativa

I'm going to read in book of story
you're going to learn clsses of piano
he's going to study English at university
she's going to have lunch
it's going to rain in the afternoon
we're going to sell a house
you're going to eat cake of chocolate
they're going to travel of France
I’m going to come home late
she's gonig to work in a bank


  • Forma Negativa

I'm not going to read in book of story
you aren't going to learn clsses of piano
he isn't going to study English at university
she isn't going to have lunch
it isn't going to rain in the afternoon
we aren't going to sell a house
you aren't going to eat cake of chocolate
they aren't going to travel of France
I’m not going to come home late
she isn't gonig to work in a bank


  • Forma Interrogativa

am I going to read in book of story?
are you going to learn clsses of piano?
is he going to study English at university?
is she going to have lunch?
is it going to rain in the afternoon?
is we going to sell a house?
are you going to eat cake of chocolate?
are they going to travel of France?
am I going to come home late?
is she gonig to work in a bank?



"FUTURE (WILL)"

El Futuro Simple es un tiempo verbal que se utiliza para describir acciones que se van a desarrollar en el futuro sin necesidad de aclarar en que momento se producirán.

Este tiempo verbal utiliza para su construcción el auxiliar WILL seguido del verbo principal en infinitivo.
En su forma contraída se utiliza de esta forma: I'll, you'll, he'll, she'll, it'll, we'll, they'll.

  • Forma Afirmativa

Ejemplos: con will y en forma contraída

I will walk in the park ------------- I'll walk in the park
you will the give eat the mascot ------------ you'll the give eat the mascot
he will run by afternoon today ------------- he'll run by afternoon today
she will continue with the class ------------ she'll continue with the class
it will take flight in a momen t------------- it'll take flight in a moment
we will care the baby in the night -------------- we'll care the baby in the night
you will sing in the party tomorrow -------------- you'll sing in the party tomorrow
they will play the today ---------------- they'll play the today
cesar will see his car the workshop
sofi will win a prize


  • Forma Negativa

Ejemplos: con will y en forma contraída

I will not leave smoking ----------- I won't leave smoking
you will not dance in the track ---------- you won't dance in the track
he will not marry on two years ---------- he won't marry on two years
she will not talk of a story very sad ----------- she won't talk of a story very sad
it will not eat seed of sunflower ------------ it won't eat seed of sunflower
we will not charge a scholarship within a month --------- we won't charge a scolarship
you will not scare his friends ----------- you won't scare his friends
they will travel of Sudafrica ----------- they won't travel of Sudafrica
I probably will not go to the premiere of the movie
Francis will not graduate the next years


  • Forma Interrogativa

Ejemplos:

will I museum tomorrow?
will you come within a month?
will he get his ticket or travel?
will she buy shoes for go to the party ?
will she eat fish the weekend?
will it fly on the trees?
will we play letters in the casino?
will you help of the disabled?
will they go to a interview work?
will I wait a present the today of my birthday?



"FUTURE CODICIONALES"

"IF" hace las funciones del SI

Nota siempre una oracion con condicional debe llevar if


Condicional "0" para cosas reales o cientificas

If I thow a aplee up always will fall, for the law of the gravity
If you freeze water, it turns into ice.
If I work too much, I get tired.
If she eats hamburgers, she gets an allergy.
If they come here, they always bring a present.
If she doesn't know the answer, she keeps silent.
If we don't go out on Saturdays, we rent a video and stay home.


Condicional "1" para cosas posibles (probables), se forma de presente y futuro

If I will be happy if warry with me
If I have money, I will buy a car
If she makes up, will look very nice
If I do exercise will lose weight
If you buy a dog, your house will be safer
If he is busy now, I will come back tomorrow.
If I have time, I'll visit my parents this afternoon.
If he doesn't do his homework, he can not go to the party.


Condicional "2" para cosas hipoteticas

If he was smart, he'd leave town right away.
If he became President, it would result in the destruction of the planet.
If I was rich, I'd buy a ranch in Texas and raise cattle.
If your father found out, he'd be really angry.
If I had known, I would have helped.
If we had listened to our parents, we wouldn't be in this situation.
If I had known there were snakes in the water, I wouldn't have gotten in.
If
I had know about that, I never would have married him.

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