viernes, 17 de julio de 2015

Learning Grammar

Si este verano tienes que repasar inglés, aquí tienes algunos términos gramaticales muy usuales en la lengua de Shakespeare:

Grammar
word families
word classes
   agreement noun-verb (concordancia nombre-verbo)
   singular /plural
   masculine / femenine / neutre
   gender
   number
articles
   definite article
   indefinite article
nouns
   abstract noun
   concrete noun
   collective noun
   individual noun
   compound noun
   simple noun
   countable noun
   uncountable noun
   nominalization
   noun phrase
   proper nouns
   common nouns
adjectives
   adjective phrases
   gradable / non-gradable adjectives
   positive / comparative / superlative
verbs
   first / second / third person
   present / past / future
   present perfect continuous tense or present perfect progressive tense
   past perfect continuous tense or past perfect progressive tense
   past perfect tense
   past progressive tense or past continous tense
   present continuous tense
   simple present tense
   simple past tense
   imperative
   infinitive / gerund / past participle / present participle
   verb inflection
   passive / active voice
   intransitive / transitive verbs
   link verbs (copulativos)
   modal verbs
   auxiliary verbs
   phrasal verbs
   regular / irregular verbs
adverbs
   adverb phrases
   adverbials (frases adverbiales, locuciones adverbiales)
pronouns
   interrogative pronouns
   possessive pronouns
   personal pronouns
   reflexive pronouns
   relative pronouns
determiners
   demonstrative determiners
   interrogative determiners
   interrogative possessive determiner
   possessive determiners
prepositions
   preposition phrases
conjunctions
   coordinating conjunctions
   subordinating conjunctions
phrases
statements
clauses
   relative clauses
   defining / non-defining relative clauses
   main clause
   subordinate clause
   juxtaposition
sentences
   complex sentences
   compound sentences
   multi-clause sentences
   single-clause sentences
   types of sentences
syntax
   subject
   object
   complement (atributo)
   transitiviy / intransitivy
writing
   effective writing
   formal writing
   informal writing
standard / non-standard English
   formal / informal language
   written / oral language
   figurative language
   contractions
   direct speech
   reported or indirect speech
   speech marks
synonims
antonyms
colloquialism
paragraphs
cohesion
   cohesive devices (conectores)
   emphasizers or intensifiers
correction
idioms

Punctuation
handwriting
to indent (sangrar un párrafo)
full stop
capital letter
question mark
question tags
exclamation mark
punctuation marks
speech marks
comma
   Oxford comma
   serial comma
   parenthetic comma
   inverted commas
quotations
colon (":", dos puntos)
semicolon (";", punto y coma)
dash ("--", raya larga o de diálogo)
brackets
parenthesis
ellipsis ("...", puntos suspensivos)
hyphen ("-"", guión corto)
apostrophe
bullet points (viñetas)
to underline
forward slash ("/", barra inclinada)
ampersand (símbolo "&")
asterisk
hashtag ("#", almohadilla)
at sign ("@", arroba)
paragraphs
communication
exception
exercise
practice

Spelling
abbreviation
underlining
alliteration
pronunciation
vowel sound
consonant sound
prefix / suffix
homophones / homographs
silent letters
spelling rules
dictionnary

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