Pasiva y condicional

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LA VOZ PASIVA
Presente simple pasa a pasado simple
"tim wants some coffee" "He said that Tim wanted some coffee"

Presente continuo pasa a pasado continuo
"I´m washing my hair" "She said that she was washing her hair"

Presente perfecto a Pasado Perfecto
"Helen has lost her wallet" "He said that Helen had lost her wallet"

Pasado simple a Pasado Perfecto
"Kate took my keys" "He said that kate had taken his keys"

Will a Would
"I will be late" "she said that she would be late"

Pres. Simp.l: "It´s breacks" "Its broken"

Pres. Cont.: "It´s breacking" " Its being broken"

Past Simple: "It broke" "It was broken"

Past Cont: "it was breacking" "it was being broken"

Present perfect: "It has broken" "it has been broken"

Past perfect: "it had broken" "it had been broken"

Futuro will: "it will breack" "it will be broken"

Futuro going to: "it´s going to breack" "it´s going to be broken"


CONDICIONAL
Oracion condicional tipo 1:
Forma:
Oracion subordinada:
If + presente simple
Oracion prinipal:
Futuro(will + infinitivo) modal + infinitivo imperativo
Uso:
· se utiliza para expresar situaciones que pensamos son posibles
· la conjuncion unless puede emplearse muchas veces como alternativa a if ... not
Oracion condicional tipo 2:
Forma:
Condicion:
If + pasado simple
Cosecuencia:
Condicional (Would / coul / might + infinitivo
Uso:
· Se utiliza para expresar situaciones posibles pero poco probables
Oracion condicional tipo 3:
Forma:
Condicion:
If + preterito pluscuamperfecto
Consecuencia:
Condicional ( would have / could have/ might have + participio)
Uso:
· Esta condicon se utiliza para expresar situaciones pasadas que no ocurrieron

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