Clase 08 - Presentacin de Mxico Cap 5 Tarea(1 D(140 6-9(2...

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11/1/11 1 ± Presentación de México ± Cap. 5 ± Tarea: (1) D (140: 6-9); (2) E (140): (3) A (119) ± Verbos: introducción ± “Los crímenes de Oxford” ± Presentación de Cuba Introducción ± Pancho no viene a clase. ± Pancho no vino a clase. ± Pancho no venía a clase. ± Pancho no vendrá a clase. ± Que Pancho no venga a clase. ± Pancho vendría a clase, si lo dejaran entrar. ± Si Pancho hubiera venido a clase, habríamos tenido problemas. ± Tiempo ± Modo ± Aspecto ± Persona ± Número ± Tiempo con referencia al hablante: ± Presente ± Pasado ± Futuro ± Tiempo con referencia a la acción verbal: ± Simultaneidad ± Anterioridad ± Posterioridad
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11/1/11 2 ± Hoy doy la clase de 319 ± Miro televisión por las noches ± La tierra es redonda ± Mañana vengo a la oficina ± Actual ± Habitual ± Gnómico ± Prospectivo ± Tiempos simples: ± Indicativo: 5 (presente, pret. perfecto simple, pret. imperfecto, futuro, condicional) ± Subjuntivo: 2 (presente, pret. imperfecto) ± Imperativo: 1 ± Tiempos compuestos formados por: ± haber (conjugado) + participio ± Formación: ± Haber + participio pasado ± El auxiliar ‘haber’ se conjuga. ± El participio pasado es invariable ± Tiempos compuestos (Indicativo): ± pretérito perfecto (he amado); ± pret. pluscuamperfecto (había amado); ± pret. anterior (hube amado); ±
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