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Useful language: time expressions
Sequencing: first/ then/ next/ finally/ in the end
Before and after: before/ earlier/ after/ afterwards/ after a while/ later
Simultaneous events: as/ when/ while/ as soon as
Intensifiers: express how strong an adjective is we use different intensifiers with ordinary ans extreme adjectives.
-We can use very to intensify ordinary adjectives
-We cannot use very with extree adjective. Instead we often use absolutely or completely
-We can use really with both ordinary and extreme adjectives.

Future forms:
Will/ wont: to make predictions or give opinions about the future
Be going to: Im going to, they are going to, she is going to: to talk about our plans and intentions

Future time clauses: before/ after/ as soon as/ when/ while/ acompanyat de will o be going to.

Negative prefixes:
Verbs: dis- / un-
Nouns: dis- / im- / in- / non- / un-
Adjectives: ir- R/ in- / il- L/ im- M i P

Expressions of cause and effect
Cause: because/ due to/ coming to
Effect: as o result/ therefore/ consequently/ as a consequence.