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Verbos en tercera columna en ingles

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present simple- past simple/ present continuous- past continuous. / past simple- past perfect (had + 3 columna) / Past contiuous- pas perfect continuous (had been + verbo con ing) / past perfect( had+3columna)- igual/  past perfec continuous (had been +verb en inge)- igual/ present perfect (have + 3 column)- Past perfect (had+3colum)/ present perfect continuous( have been +verb ing(- past perfect continuos (had been+verbing)/ will-would/ can - could/ must- have to/ have to- had to/ be going to- was, were going t/ could- igual.

Present passive voice examples

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1, Which part of the Torah was always in a written form?-The written Torah, תורה שבכתב  
2, Which part of the Torah was not committed for public broadcast? 
תורה שבעל פה-  
3, What would the leading Torah authority write during each generation prior to the Mishna  being organized?
-He would make personal notes of the teachings he received from his master, which he then would teach orally to people. 
4. Who was “Rebi”?
רבי יהודה הנשיא-
5. What did “Rebi” collect and compose? 
-All the decisions, laws, interpretations and explanations that had been heard from Moshe, or that the Sanhedrin innovated. From this material he composed the Mishna.
6. Why didn’t Rebi just leave everything the way it was?
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Bank robbery: robo de banco

burglary: Robar en un lugar
identify thief
theft: robar algo
a fine: fianza
a suspect

Achieve: To succeed in something (lograr-archievement)
aim:to propose something (objetivo-aim)
ambition:strong desire of success (ambitious-ambicion)
challenge: to invite someone to do something (reto-challenging)
hope: he feeling that what is wanted can be had or that events will turn 
out for the best (hopeful)
goal:something you want to achieve 
expect:anticipate the ocurrence of something comig on (esperar-axpecting)
deicde:take a decision
depend:put trust in someone or something
make progress
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Vocabulary T.2

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Rafting:The use of uber rafting travel with the current of a river,especially as sport(the camp offered bicycle tours,river rafting
Rock climbing:The sport climbing on rocks or in montains(chris has just taken up climbing)
Hiking:The activity of going for long walks in the country side(we're going hiking in tne sierra nevado
Mountain biking:The sport of riding bicycles over rough hand(we went mountain biking on the rock trail  

what que cosa 
when  cuando 
who quien persona 
where  donde 
how cantidad 
which cual
whose  de quien pertenencia 

Past perfect

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Presente Simple (Present Simple)I sing
Presente Continuo (Present Continuous)I am dancingEl Condicional Simple (Conditional simple)I would danceEl Condicional Continuo (Conditional Continuous)I would be dancing
Presente Perfecto (Present Perfect)I have danced
Presente Perfecto Continuo (Present Perfect Continuous)I have been dancingPasado Simple (Past Simple)I dancedPasado Continuo (Past Continuous)I was dancingPluscuamperfecto (Past Perfect)I had dancedPluscuamperfecto Continuo (Past Perfect Continuous)I had been dancingEl Condicional Perfecto (Conditional Perfect)I would have dancedEl Condicional Continuo Perfecto (Conditional Continuous Perfect)I would have been dancing
Futuro Simple (Future Simple)I will dance

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Pronominale verbs

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Possessive adjectives:
Mon (masculine nouns), ma (feminine nouns), mes (plural nouns) = my
Ton (masculine nouns), ta (feminine nouns), tes (plural nouns) = your
Son (masculine nouns), sa (feminine nouns), ses (plural nouns) = his/her
Notre (masculine and feminine nouns), nos (plural nouns) = our
Votre (masculine and feminine nouns), vos (plural nouns) = your
Leur (masculine and feminine nouns), leurs (plural nouns) = their
Remember: the use of possessive adjectives is influenced by the gender of the noun and NOT the gender of the person it belongs to, for example: Je m'appelle David, c'est ma chaise. As you can see, even though David is a boy, the possessive adjective is feminine because the noun is 'une chaise'

Demonstrative adjectives:
Ce (used
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