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Flashcards about polite expressions and how it is constructed.

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POLITE EXPRESSIONS Imagen 1 (binary/octet-stream) Would and Could: I would like a glass of water. Could you turn off the light?
POLITE EXPRESSIONS Imagen 1 (binary/octet-stream) Quelifiers: <<a little, a bit, a little bit, slight, slightly, small, one or two>> The symposium is a little bit behind schedule. We might run slightly over budget.
POLITE EXPRESSIONS Imagen 1 (binary/octet-stream) Verbs in Past tense: << Hope, Think, Wonder and Want >> I wondered if you could help me. I hoped you would give me a hand with the painting.
POLITE EXPRESSIONS Imagen 1 (binary/octet-stream) Negative Question Forms: << Shouldn’t, Wouldn’t and Couldn’t >> Shouldn’t we redesign the publish video? Wouldn’t it be better to hire a new racing school? Couldn’t we select a new subject of research?
POLITE EXPRESSIONS Imagen 1 (binary/octet-stream) Past Continuous Tense: I was hoping that we could travel next weekend. I was aiming to finish this project by the end of the day.
POLITE EXPRESSIONS Imagen 1 (binary/octet-stream) Passive Voice: It was understood that you were going to explain the program today. It was agreed that you were going to receive the homework next monday. My computer has been broken!
POLITE EXPRESSIONS Imagen 1 (binary/octet-stream) Retrieve from: Myenglishteacher.eu Englishcafe.jp
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