So, such, too, enough
How do we use Either, Neither, and Both
Let’s review how to use adverbs
En su forma afirmativa, el simple present se construye con el sujeto seguido de la base del verbo que se conjuga sin terminación alguna, excepto la tercera persona del singular que añade «-s».
|Who are they with?|
|Who did you sit with at the meeting?|
|What are you working on?|
|What are you looking at?|
|What was the meeting about?|
|Where is she from?|
|Where did this come from?|
|Which school did you go to?|
|Which restaurant should we eat at?|
|Which candidate are they going to vote for?|
|Whose house did they go to?|
|Whose problems were they talking about?|
|Whose party were they at last night?|
What does this expression mean?
Hoy vamos a compartir el secreto mejor guardado para que siempre se ofrezca en tu empresa el mejor servicio al cliente de forma consistente. ¿Lo vemos juntos?
Recuerda este acrónimo: L.A.S.T.
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¿Cómo se construye el Presente Simple en su forma interrogativa?