Bienvenido a este apartado, dedicado a la asignatura de Inglés para Selectividad.
- Present Perfect Continuous:
Affirmative: “You have been singing”
Negative: “You have not been singing”
Interrogative. “Have you been singing?”
- Past Perfect Continuous:
Affirmative: “You had been running”
Negative: “You had not been running”
Interrogative. “Had you been running?”
A prepositional phrase is a phrase that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun.
List of important prepositional phrases.
- by mistake
- on condition
- on foot
- for a change
- in case
- ahead of time
- on purpose
- in the long run
- by heart
On this unit, the writing part is about a description of a place.
Steps for a good writing:
- Opening: State the name of the place, its location and why it is special
- Body: Describe the place in more detail and give examples of things you can see or do there.
- Closing: Sum up and give an opinion or recommendation.