Canyon
Desert
Lake
Waterfall
Island
River
Ocean
Mountain
Volcano
Cañon
Desierto
Lago
Cascada
Isla
Rio
Océano
Montaña
Volcán
Verb be: was / were
Utilizamos there was y there were para expresar “haber y existencia”
en pasado y hacer distinción entre el singular y plural.
Singular: Verb to be was
Was para identificar 1 sola persona o cosa
Afirmative form / Forma afirmativa:
Ex. There was a boy in the river.
Negative form/ Forma negativa (añadiendo not al verbo to be was:
was + not= wasn’t)
Ex. There wasn’t a dolphin near the island.
Interrogative form / Forma interrogative.
Se invierte el verbo to be (was) luego there + el complemento.
Was there a lion?
Verbo to be
particula
Complemento
Was there a lion? Yes, there was / No, there wasn’t
Was the boy happy? Yes, he was / No, he wasn’t
Plural: verb to be were
Were para identificar dos o más personas o cosas.
Affirmative form/ forma afirmativa
There were lions near the river
Negative form / forma negativa: (añadiendo not al verbo to be
were: were + not= weren’t)
There weren’t monkeys on the island.
Interrogative form / Forma interrogativa
Se invierte el verbo to be (were) luego there + el complemento.
Were there bears?
Verbo to be
particula
Were there mountains?
Yes, there were / No, there weren’t
Were the girls happy?
Yes, they were / No. they weren’t
Complemento
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