UNIT 3

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Mind Map on UNIT 3, created by Alin Miramontes on 11/28/2014.
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UNIT 3
  1. PRESENT PERFECT
    1. SIMPLE
      1. Auxiliar
        1. Verb
          1. Complement
            1. PAST PARTICIPLE
            2. HAVE/HAS
            3. PROGRESSIVE
              1. Auxiliar
                1. BE (past part.)
                  1. Verb + ING
                    1. BEEN
                    2. HAVE/HAS
              2. COMPARATIVES & SUPERLATIVES
                1. Comparatives
                  1. Superlatives
                    1. one syllable
                      1. one syllable, ends whit "-e"
                        1. one syllable, consonant+vocal+consonant
                          1. Two syllables, ends whit "-y"
                            1. 2 or more syllables
                              1. Irregular adjetives
                                1. Good
                                  1. Better
                                    1. Best
                                  2. Bad
                                    1. Worse
                                      1. Worst
                                    2. Far
                                      1. Further
                                        1. Furthest
                                    3. More/Less + Adj
                                      1. The most/the least + Adj
                                      2. Replace "Y" whit IER
                                        1. Replace "Y" whit IEST
                                        2. Adj + double consonant+ER
                                          1. Adj+double consonant + EST
                                          2. Adj + R
                                            1. Adj + ST
                                            2. Adj + ER
                                              1. Adj + EST
                                              2. Adjetives
                                                1. Gradable
                                                  1. Non Gradable
                                                    1. Unique, Essential, Perfect and Excellent.
                                                2. RELATIVE CLAUSES
                                                  1. REDUCE RELATIVE CLAUSES
                                                    1. You may delete the relative pronoun and the be verb when
                                                      1. 1. they are followed by a prepositional phrase.
                                                        1. 2. the main verb in the relative clause is progressive.
                                                      2. Give more information, Details
                                                        1. Defining
                                                          1. Tells which noun we are talking about
                                                            1. Sub=Relative pronoun
                                                              1. 'who', 'which' or 'that'
                                                              2. Obj= Relative pronoun
                                                              3. Non defining
                                                                1. Gives us extra information about something
                                                                  1. "who" "wich"
                                                                  2. WHOSE
                                                                    1. Always SUBJ. Replaces a possesive
                                                                  3. PASSIVE VOICE
                                                                    1. The thing receiving the action is the subject
                                                                      1. Subject (receiving the action)
                                                                        1. To Be (finit form)
                                                                          1. Verb in Past part.
                                                                            1. Compl. (doing the action)
                                                                    2. ACTIVE VOICE
                                                                      1. The subject performs the action denoted by the verb.
                                                                        1. Subject (doing the action)
                                                                          1. Verb
                                                                            1. Object
                                                                      2. CAUSATIVES & PERMISSIVES
                                                                        1. Talk about one person causing another person to do something.
                                                                          1. Passive
                                                                            1. HAVE, WANT, GET, WOULD LIKE
                                                                              1. + something DONE (use past part.)
                                                                              2. Not necessary to say WHO is doing the action
                                                                              3. Active
                                                                                1. HAVE, LET, MAKE
                                                                                  1. + someone DO something (Use infinitive without "to".)
                                                                                  2. Always say who is doing the action

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