domingo, 26 de septiembre de 2010

Usos del in y on en ingles

In se usa antes de los meses, de las estaciones y de los años.
In april, in 1999

On se usa de los dias y de fechas exactas.
Ejemplos:
On Monday
On 1sth june

On 2th August
Se escribe asi pero se pronuncia añadiendo the ... of....On the second of August

Uso del presente continuo en Ingles

El presente continuo se usa en inglés cuando hablamos de:
Visitas
Salidas
Llegadas
Cosas que se anotan en una agenda

Ejemplos:

They are having an important meeting tonight.
My husband isn't working today.

miércoles, 1 de septiembre de 2010

Pronombres impersonales "there" e "it y otros mas, como this,that , etc en inglés

Los pronombres impersonales reemplazan :
lugares, cosas, ideas, animales.
http://community.livejournal.com/conlangs/495808.html   )

Los impersonal pronouns o indefinite pronouns se dividen en siete grupos:

1)Singular Indefinite -one Pronouns ( llevan la palabra --one)
One

anyone
everyone
no one
one
someone

2)Singular Indefinite -body Pronouns (llevan la palabra-- body)

Body

anybody
everybody
nobody
somebody

3)Singular Indefinite -thing Pronouns ( llevan la palabra---- thing)

Thing

anythingh                      
anything
everything
nothing
something

4) Other Singular Indefinite Pronouns
•another

•each

•either

•enough

•less

•little

•much

•neither

•other

•plenty


5) Plural Indefinite Pronouns

The fifth group of indefinite pronouns in English are the plural indefinite pronouns that are plural in number:
•both

•few

•fewer

•many

•others

•several

6) Singular or Plural Indefinite Pronouns

The sixth group of indefinite pronouns in English are the indefinite pronouns that can be either singular or plural in number depending on context:

•all

•any

•more

•most

•none

•some

•such

7) Other Indefinite Pronouns

The seventh group of indefinite pronouns in English are the pronouns that can be either personal or indefinite depending on context:
•you

•they





Read more at Suite101: The Indefinite English Pronouns: The Forms and Functions of Indefinite Pronouns in English http://www.suite101.com/content/the-indefinite-english-pronouns-a130233#ixzz0yUG5MQoj



Read more at Suite101: The Indefinite English Pronouns: The Forms and Functions of Indefinite Pronouns in English http://www.suite101.com/content/the-indefinite-english-pronouns-a130233#ixzz0yUFYDEUx


Read more at Suite101: The Indefinite English Pronouns: The Forms and Functions of Indefinite Pronouns in English http://www.suite101.com/content/the-indefinite-english-pronouns-a130233#ixzz0yUFIk37u

6)Plural Indefinite Pronouns



•both

•few

•fewer

•many

•others

•several



Read more at Suite101: The Indefinite English Pronouns: The Forms and Functions of Indefinite Pronouns in English http://www.suite101.com/content/the-indefinite-english-pronouns-a130233#ixzz0yUBFutF1




Aqui encontrè un ejercicio on-line que me servirà para la posteridad cuando aborde este tema
http://www.ejerciciodeingles.com/ejercicios-pronombres-impersonales-there-it-rellenar-huecos/

 I need go to the market . I go there. /  Voy al mercado, voy para allà.

I have a small kitty, I love it. / Tengo un gatito , lo amo.

there
it
this
that
those
these


....

Encontrè esta otra lista en le siguiente link:
http://www.brighthub.com/education/languages/articles/54913.aspx


List of Indefinite Pronouns

The following seven sections list the indefinite pronouns in English by related type and number.



Singular Indefinite -one Pronouns



•anyone

•everyone

•no one

•one

•someone

Singular Indefinite -body Pronouns



•anybody

•everybody

•nobody

•somebody

Singular Indefinite -thing Pronouns



•anything

•everything

•nothing

•something

Other Singular Indefinite Pronouns



•another

•each

•either

•enough

•less

•little

•much

•neither

•other

•plenty

The four groups of singular indefinite pronouns are all singular in number, meaning the antecedents refer to only one person, place, thing, or idea.



Plural Indefinite Pronouns



•both

•few

•fewer

•many

•others

•several

The plural indefinite pronouns are plural in number, meaning the antecedents refer to two or more people, places, things, or ideas.



Singular or Plural Indefinite Pronouns



•all

•any

•more

•most

•none

•some

•such

The singular or plural indefinite pronouns are either singular or plural in number depending on the context. For example, compare All is well (singular) with All are well (plural).


Read more: http://www.brighthub.com/education/languages/articles/54913.aspx#ixzz0yIn41sLr



http://www.slideshare.net/dr.shadiabanjar/using-youoneand-they-as-impersonal-pronouns-presentation