My knowledge. (Comparatives. (Less: to say that something is minus than…
Less: to say that something is minus than other thing.
You are less richer than him.
More: to say that something is more than other thing.
This is more interesting than that.
Than: the nexus between the two objects of the compare.
Usain Bolt is faster than us.
At the end of regular verbs
Bigger, faster, taller, shorter, etc.
At the end of verbs that end with "y".
Easier, funnier, etc.
Describe how is a situation or an object.
The mountain is amazing.
Describe how is (or how it feels) a person or an animal.
I feel so bored.
Describe events in a period of time in the past.
Verb to be: was/were
We/you/they + were + ...
You weren't doing your homework.
I/he/she/it + was + ...
I was reading a book.
At the en of the verbs.
Describe events in the present
I/we/you/they + verb present simple + ...
I go to the supermarket.
He/she/it + verb in present simple + ...
He has a dog.
The subjects he/she/it needs to add "s" at the end of the verb.
Verb to be: is/are. Do not: negative
They are good guys
He doesn't need that
Describe finished events in the past
All subjects + verb in past + ...
I went to a party yesterday.
At the begining of the sentence when you make a question.
Did you do it?
Didnt´t: next to de subject and before of the verb in simple form.
I didn't throw that ball.
There are two kinds of verbs in simple past:
Irregular: went, had, saw, swam, put, etc.
Regular: talked, watched, cleaned, etc.
Be able to.
Express an ability.
Subject + is/are + able to + verb in simple present + ...
I am able to play the violin.
Negative: isn't/aren't able to.
We aren´t able to carry a piano.
Question: Is/Are + subject + able to + verb + ... + ?
Are you able to climb the mountain?
Express a desire.
Subject + would like + to + verb in simple form + ...
I would like to have a better car.
Subject + would like + a/an + noun + ....
She would like a new dress.
Negative: wouldn't like.
They wouldn't like to have to clean the swimming pool.
Question: Woul + subject + like + "to" or "a/an" +...+?
Would you like something to drink, sir?
Get/have something done.
To talk about a service.
Subjects + have/get + something + verb in past participle.
I have my car washed.
She gets her hair cut.