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Resumo de gramática da Língua Inglesa.

Simple Present = Presente Simples

I comb my hair every morning. / Eu penteio meu cabelo toda manhã.
I don’t comb my hair every morning.
Do I comb my hair every morning?

He lives on Queen Street. / Ele Mora na rua Queen.
He doesn’t live on Queen Street.
Does he live on Queen Street?

Verbos terminados em (S, SS, SH, CH, X, O, Z) acrescenta-se“es” .
Exemplos: Watch = Watches / Go=Goes / Wash=Washes

Verbos terminados em (Y) precedido de consoante, acrescenta-se “ies”.
Exemplos: Study – Studies

Verbos terminados em (Y) precedido de vogal, acrescenta-se “s”.
Exemplos: Play – Plays.



Simple Present of the Verb To Be= Presente simples do verbo “to be”= ser, estar.

I am awake. = Eu estou acordado. I am not = I’m not
I am notawake He is not = He isn’t
Am I awake? They are not = They aren’t.

She is an engineer. / Ela é engenheira.
She is not an engineer.
Is she an engineer?

They are ready = Eles estão prontos.
They are not ready
Are they ready?

Simple Present Continuous = Presente Simples Contínuo.

I am studying a new language. / Eu estou estudando uma língua nova.
I am not studying a newlanguage.
Am I studying a new language?

She is watering the plants. / Ela está aguando as plantas.
She isn’t watering the plants.
Is She watering the plants?

We are running. / Nós estamos correndo.
We aren’t running.
Are we running?
Regras de acréscimo de “ing”.

Verbos terminados em (CVC), ou seja, consoante, vogal, consoante, dobra-se a última letra.
Exemplos: Run-Running /Stop-Stopping

Verbos terminadoes em (ie), troca-se o “ie” pelo “y”.
Exemplos: Die-Dying.

Simple Past = Passado Simples (Geralmente, é especificado o tempo em que ocorreu a ação).

You enjoyed the party very much last night. / Você curtiu muito a festa ontem à noite.
You didn’t enjoy the party very much last night.
Did you enjoy the party very much last night.

She went to the mall yesterday. /Ela foi ao shopping ontem.
She didn’t go to the mall yesterday.
Did she go to the mall yesterday?


Simple Past of the Verb “To Be” = Passado simples do verbo “to be” = ser, estar

I was tired. / Eu estava cansado.
I wasn’t tired.
Was I tired?

He was a waiter. / Ele era garçom.
He wasn’t a waiter.
Was he a waiter?

They were friends./ Eles eram amigos.
They weren’t friends.
Werethey friends?


Simple Past Continuous = Passado Simples Contínuo.

I was studying a new language. / Eu estava estudando uma língua nova.
I was not studying a new language.
Was I studying a new language?

She was watering the plants. / Ela estava aguando as plantas.
She wasn’t watering the plants.
Was She watering the plants?

We were running. / Nós estávamos correndo.
We weren’trunning.
Were we running?

Near Future = Futuro Próximo “GOING TO” (usado quando algo já está planejado).

I am going to buy a new car. / Eu vou comprar um carro novo.
I’m not going to buy a new car.
Are you going to buy a new car?

He is going to travel abroad. / Ele vai viajar para o exterior.
He isn’t going to travel abroad.
Is he going to travel abroad?

They are going to start anew course. / Eles vão começar um curso novo.
They aren’t going to start a new course.
Are they going to start a new course?

Future “in the past”

I was going to buy a new car. / Eu ia comprar um carro novo
He was going to travel abroad. / Ele ia viajar para o exterior.
They were going to start a new course. / Eles não iam começar um curso novo.


Simple Future = “WILL” (Normalmenteusado quando algo é decidido no momento da fala)

I will apply for a new job. / Eu me candidatarei para um novo emprego.
I won’t apply for a new job.
Will you apply for a new job.

She will work. I will = I’ll
She won’t work. She will = She’ll
Will she work.

OBS: WILL = SHALL. No entanto, o “shall” é usado apenas com a 1ª pessoa do singular e do plural, ou seja, “I and We”...
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