Lezione 9

Corso Inglese 2019/20 📚🇬🇧
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31/01/2020
Lesson 9
Presidente Ex Prof. Maurizio Righi
TESTI:
• Felicity O’Dell “Total Pet” Student’s book”, Black Cat.
• Felicity O’Dell “Total Pet “Vocabulary Maximizer” , Black Cat

GRAMMAR LESSON (nei link che iniziano con “exniccolinisantucci.it” trovate immagini di supporto allo studio da poter scaricare/stampare ecc)

Verb Tenses /TEMPI VERBALI: https://www.esolcourses.com/…/gra…/easy-english-grammar.html

Presente semplice: azione abituale.
He -always/often/usually/rarely(seldom)/sometimes- runs
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Presente continuato: azione non abituale, temporanea.
He is running now
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FUTURO
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Semplice:
I’ll study
Immediato:
I am studying in a minute.
Intenzionale:
I am going to study.

Paradigmi: infinito, passato, participio passato:
Verbi regolari: + ED
To love, loved, loved
To open, opened, opened
Verbi irregolari: vanno imparati a mente
To eat, ate eaten
To go, went, gone
To be, was, been
To have had had
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We use MUCH for uncountable nouns (singular) and MANY for countable nouns (plurals). Both can be used in interrogative and negative sentences. MUCH is never used in positive sentences (but we can use “very/too much”). MANY can be used in positive sentences, but not often.

Uso di molto lingua formale:
1. + nome singolare o dopo il verbo: I drink too much coffee/ I love her very much.
2. + nomi plurali: many friends
3. + aggettivo o avverbio: I am very happy.
Uso di molto lingua in formale:
1. I drink a lot of coffee.
2. I’ ve lots of friends.

Nota. Water, coffee, wine, beer… non sono numerabili. Uncountable nouns never take the indefinite article (a or an), but they do take singular verbs.
https://www.crownacademyenglish.com/countable-uncountable-…

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To have/to be
You’ve got a lot of friends (informale)
You have many friends (formale)
Il verbo avere nel senso di prendere, fare dovere, possedere diviene verbo principale per cui prende il Do/does-Did nelle interrogative e negative:
Do you have many friends? (Have you got a loto f friends?)
Does she have much money? (has she got a lot of money?)
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DOVERE
To have, had, had
You have to study/ You must study
Shall I get something to drink ? Devo prendere qualcosa da bere?
Ci devi andà = You’ ve got to go…. (informale)
Ci devi andare = You have to go… (formale)
I had to study.
Yesterday I had to come back earlier.
Condizionale: Dovresti
Dovresti studiare di più = You should study more.
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WILL vs. SHALL – What’s the Difference? – Basic English Grammar

How to Use Must in English – English Modal Verbs

POTERE
To be able to, was able to, been able to
To be allowed to/was allowed to/ been allowed to
Am I able to go there – Can I go there?(capacità) May I go there? (permesso)
Condizionale: Potrei
I could do that many times.
How to Use Can, Could and Be Able To – English Modal Verbs for Ability

VOLERE
To want/wanted/wanted
Do you really want to go there? Vuoi davvero andarci? Of course I do.
Does she really want to go there? Of course she does.
Will you have a cup of tea? Yes, please/no, thanks
Will you go in there? Vuoi andare lì dentro?

She wanted to go by herself. Ci volle andare da sola
Condizionale: would like (vorrei)
I would like some freedom! Vorrei un poco di libertà.

Need vs Want | Grammar Made Simple | English Speaking Practice | ESL | EFL | ELL

Correct Use of WILL and WOULD | What’s the Difference? | Modal Verbs in English Grammar

Present Perfect (azione da poco svolta)
Past (azione passata oltre le 24 ore)
To eat, ate, eaten
I have just eaten/ I ate Yesterday
To see, saw, seen
Where’s Susan? At the dentist’s . I have just seen her.
https://www.ef-italia.it/…/grammatica-ingl…/present-perfect/

La Duration form o Present Perfect continuous esprime un’ AZIONE che iniziata nel passato continua nel presente e non si a quando finirà
Studio da 3 ore/Studio da ieri
I have been studying for three hours/since yesterday .

HOMEWORK:
Learn ALL TENSES Easily in 30 Minutes – Present, Past, Future | Simple, Continuous, Perfect
Learn all of the 12 tenses in English easily in this lesson. This lesson features simple explanations, lots of example sentences and illustrations.

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