Oraciones con el verbo was not wasnt were not werent

Hubo, hubo ejercicios resueltos

a Sí, tienen; No, no tienen/no tienen b Sí, tiene; No, no tiene/no tiene c Sí, tiene; No, no tiene/no tiene d Sí, tengo/tenemos; No, no tengo/tenemos e Sí, tenemos/tenéis; No, no tenemos/tenéis

a Sí, tú eres; No, tú no eres/tú no eres/tú no eres b Sí, hay; No, no hay/no hay/no hay c Sí, hay; No, no hay/no hay d Sí, él es; No, él no es/él no es/ella no es e Sí, yo soy; No, yo no soy/yo no soy

a Sí, lo hace; No, no lo hace/no lo hace b Sí, lo hace; No, no lo hace/no lo hace c Sí, lo hace; No, no lo hace/no lo hace d Sí, lo hace; No, no lo hace/no lo hace e Sí, lo hace; No, no lo hace/no lo hace

a Sí, lo hice/lo hicimos; No, no lo hice/no lo hicimos b Sí, lo hicieron; No, no lo hicieron/no lo hicieron c Sí, lo hizo; No, no lo hizo/no lo hizo d Sí, lo hizo; No, no lo hizo/no lo hizo e Sí, lo hicimos/lo hicisteis; No, no lo hicimos/no lo hicisteis

a Sí, había; No, no había/no había b Sí, era; No, no era/no era c Sí, era; No, no era/no era d Sí, era; No, no era e Sí, era/sí, éramos; No, no era/no era/no éramos

Pasado simple negativo

a are b boils and evaporates; is c are; you will get/you get d is still raining e have saved f will/shall lend; pay g will/shall stay; do not make h will/shall go; pay i tell; will go j see; will you do k gets; arrive l play m have not done n pour; saqueará o toma p viene; tendrá/tendrá q habla; lamentará r quiere s toma; recompensará/recompensará t no importa u (debería) pasar; cuenta v contará w Cierra; está x no conserva; destruirá/destruirá y No pega; no quiere z hace autostop; no dará/dejará de dar

  10 oraciones positivas en ingles con if i were you

a no hubiera lloviznado; hubiera/debería haber tomado b no hubiera pujado de más; hubiera/debería haber comprado c no hubiera pujado de menos; hubiera/debería haber obtenido d hubiera reajustado; no hubiera sido e hubiera sentado; hubiera sido

a had slung; would not have creased b had set; would not have oversleeped c had not shrieked; would not have discovered d were/was; would not be; would be e had not scored; would probably not have won/probably would not have won f were not/was not; would g had not drunk; would have felt/would have feeling; would not have had; would be h had married; would/should have had i rains/should rain; bring j had made; would not have talked k do not keep estropeará l deja; alcanzará/alcanzará m se habría ahogado n estaría muerto o estaba/estaba p levanta q estaba; no paró y durmió r cuenta; normalmente encuentra s no hace t tenía; trabajaría u no estropeó; no haría v (debería) ver; dará/dará w pasa/pasará; presiona; parará (o pasaría; presionó; pararía) x no frena; nunca se recuperará; es; no frena y había sabido; habría/debería haber preparado z no había dado; sería

Verb to be in past negative exercises

One of the most important uses of the past continuous is to talk about an activity in progress that is interrupted by another action (structured in the simple past) that took place at the same time.

  Oraciones con there is there are there was there were

The past continuous, as its name indicates, refers to a tense in which we talk about an activity that was being performed at a specific time in the past. If combined with a sentence in the simple past it can describe an action that interrupts that activity taking place.

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Exercises with was and were past simple

Question Tags are questions that we say at the end of a sentence (affirmative or negative) when we want our interlocutor to show agreement or disagreement, or to ask what we don’t know. To form the question tag we use the auxiliary verbs (be, have, do, will, would, could, could could, etc…) and then the subject personal pronoun. The auxiliary must agree with the verb of the main sentence, i.e. if the verb is in the past tense, the auxiliary will also be in the past tense. In affirmative sentences, the question tag is in the negative.

  10 oraciones de was not y were not en ingles

Question Tags exceptionsCon Iam, we make the question tag,aren’t I? When in the main sentence we use negative words like “nothing”, “no one”, “nobody”, “no” “never” “hardly” “scarcely” “scarcely” and “little” the question tag should be in the affirmative. With “somebody” “anybody”, “nobody” “someone” “anyone”, “no-one””everbody” “anyone”, the question tag will have the plural auxiliary and the subject pronoun “they”, even if the verb is in the singular. With the imperative in the negative we put the question tag “will you”? And the command becomes a polite request: – Don’t be late, will you?  Don’t be late, will you? In the affirmative we put the question tag “won’t you?”, and the command becomes an invitation: -Have another piece of cake, won’t you?  Have another piece of cake, won’t you?

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