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"English Voice Sounds"


SENTENCE
The English sentence has a "simple subject" and a "simple verb." La phrase anglaise (appelée "sentence") a un « sujet simple » et un « verbe simple ». La oración inglesa (llammado "sentence") tiene un "sujeto sencillo" y un "verbo sencillo".

The simple subject may be anything: (noun, pronoun, verb, adverb, preposition, conjunction, phrase or clause). Le sujet simple peut être n'importe quoi : (nom, pronom, verbe, adverbe, préposition, conjonction, proposition ou clause). El sujeto sencillo puede ser cualquier cosa: (Nombre, pronombre, verbo, adverbio, preposición, conjunción, frase o cláusula).

The simple verb always indicates that the simple subject is something, or that the simple subject is doing something. Le verbe simple toujours indique que le sujet simple est quelque chose, ou que le sujet simple fait quelque chose. El verbo sencillo siempre indica que el sujeto sencillo es algo, o que el sujeto sencillo hace algo.

The simple verb must be the simple "ever-present" conjugation or the simple "past" conjugation. Le verbe simple doit être la conjugaison de jamais-présent simple ou la conjugaison « passée » simple. El verbo sencillo debe ser la conjugación sencilla de jamás-presente o la conjugación "pasada" sencilla.

Both the simple subject and the simple verb may be modified, described and explained by adding more nouns phrases, pronoun phrases, verb phrases, adverb phrases, prepositional phrases, conjunctions and clauses, all of which go immediately in front of whatever they modify, describe or explain. They can sometimes come immediately after whatever they modify, describe or explain. The "imperfect" "future" "conditional" etc. are not conjugated and are not necessary in English, but may be constructed by adding other words. Le sujet simple et le verbe simple pourraient être modifiés, pourraient être décrit et pourraient être expliqués en ajoutant les propositions de noms, de pronoms, de verbes, de d'adverbes, de prépositionnelles, les donjunions et les clauses, qui tous vont tout de suite devant quoi qu'ils modifient, décrit ou expliquer. Ils peuvent venir quelquefois tout de suite après quoi qu'ils modifient, décrit ou expliquer. "L'imparfait » « futur » « conditionnel » etc. ne sont pas conjugué et ne sont pas nécessaire dans l'anglais, mais pourraient être construits en ajoutant d'autres mots. Tanto el sujeto sencillo como el verbo sencillo pueden ser modificados, descritos y explicados para agregando de más frases de nombres, frases de pronombres, frases de verbos, frases de adverbios, frases de preposicionales, las conjunciones y las cláusulas, todos de los cuales yendo inmediatamente delante de lo que ellos modifican, describen o explican. Pueden venir a veces inmediatamente después de lo que ellos modifiquen, describan o expliquen. El "futuro" "condicional" "imperfecto" etc. no son conjugados, y no son necesario en inglés, pero pueden ser construidos para agregando otras palabras.

One is. (This) one is. This one is (big). This one (in the window) is big. This one in the window is (very) big. This one in the window is very big (and) (it is) (the only one) (that) (I want). This one in the window is very big and it is the only one that I want (to buy). This one in the window is very big and it is the only one that I want to buy (for my mother). On est. (Cet)un est. Cet un est (grand). Cet un (dans la fenêtre) est grand. Cet un dans la fenêtre est (très) grand. Cet un dans la fenêtre est très grand (et) (c'est) (le seul un) (qui) (je veux). Cet un dans la fenêtre est très grand et c'est le seul un que je veux (acheter). Cet un dans la fenêtre est très grand et c'est le seul un que je veux acheter (pour ma mère). Uno es. (Este) uno es. Este uno es (grande). Este uno (en la ventana) es grande. Este uno en la ventana es (muy) grande. Este uno en la ventana es muy grande (y) (es) (el único) (que) (deseo). Este uno en la ventana es muy grande y es el único que deseo (comprar). Este uno en la ventana es muy grande y es el único que quiero comprar (para mi madre).

NOUNS

Nouns are names, that which you call something.
Les nouns sont les noms, ce que vous appelez quelque chose.
Los nouns son los nombres, lo que llamas una cosa.



"PROPER NOUNS"
John. Mister Jones. President Wilson. Big Company, Inc.

"COMMON NOUNS"
A thing. Things. A person. Persons. A car. Cars.
A boy. A thought. An action. Boys. Thoughts. Actions.

A noun can be a subject, a predicate nominative or an object.
Un noun peut être un subject, un predicate nominative ou un object.
Uno noun peude ser uno subject, uno predicate nominative o una object.


John is a boy. That boy is John. A boy saw John.
At school. In a window. By a string. For money.

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PRONOUNS


Subjects and Predicate-Nominals
I He She We They
You It One Some Any None All This That These Those
I can do. They may be. Some are doing. All have done.
It is he. They are those. Some were all.

Objects
Me Him Her Us Them
You It One Some Any None All This That These Those
One saw me. Some saw him.
To me. At you. For him. By her.


ADJECTIVES
Adjectives describe people, things and continuing actions.
Les adjectifs décrivent des gens, les choses et les actions continuelles.
Los adjetivos describen a personas, las cosas y acciones continuas.

good bad right wrong happy sad tall blue high low
a an any the this that these those my your his her our their one many much some any no

They are placed near whatever they are describing.
Ils sont près de ce qu'ils décrivent.
Son colocados cerca lo que ellos describen.

A good boy. An idea. A bad idea. Any thing. Any things. The person. The persons. This person. That thing. These people. Those things. My time. Your calls. His hats. Her gloves. Our ring. Our rings. The right way. The right ways. Wrong choices. Those wrong choices. My mother. My parents. Happy people. A happy person. Their dog and cats. One house. Many things. Much volume. A sad situation. Sad situations. Some thing. Some things. Any one. Any ones. No person. No persons. Tall buildings. That tall building. Those tall buildings. Blue skies. A low blow. Fast running. Beautiful singing.
The blue and green sea. The sea, blue and green. The happy boy. The boy, happy, sang a song. He, old and gray. She, young and pretty. To him, old and gray. For her, young and pretty. With them, cold and quiet. They, warm and lively.


ADVERBS

Too. Very. So. As.
Happily. Sadly. Softly.
Early. Late. Soon.
Yesterday, Sundays. Tomorrow. Today.
Why. When. How. Where.
Near. Far.

Adverbs describe adverbs, adjectives, verbs and sentences.
Les adverbes décrivent les adverbs, les adjectives, les verbs et les sentences.
Los adverbs describen los adverbs, los adjectives, los verbs e los sentences.


Adverbs describe adjectives.
Les adverbes décrivent les adjectives.
Los adverbs describen los adjectives.

Too big. Quite happy. Very pretty. So many. As much.

Adverbs describe adverbs.
Les adverbes décrivent les adverbs.
Los adverbs describen los adverbs.

Too quickly. Quite slowly. Very softly. So happily. As clearly.

Adverbs describe verbs.
Les adverbes décrivent les verbs.
Los adverbs describen los verbs.

One does quickly. = Quickly one does.
Do quickly. = Quickly do.
To do quickly. = Quickly to do.
Doing quickly. = Quickly doing.
Quickly done. = Done quickly.
One did quickly. = Quickly one did.

Adverbs describe clauses and sentences.
Les adverbes décrivent les clauses et les sentences.
Los adverbs describen los clauses e los sentences.

Quite early the sun was rising. = The sun was rising quite early.
It was quite early when the sun rose.
When the sun rose it was quite early.
When did John call?
John called when I arrived. = When I arrived, John called.
John called yesterday. = Yesterday John called.
Yesterday is when John called.
When will John call?
John will call tomorrow. = Tomorrow John will call.
Tomorrow is when John will call.
Lately we do things. = We do things lately.
We do things early. = Early we do things.
Earlier the things we did were different.
Sundays we do things. = We do things Sundays.
Why? - Because.
Why do we do things? (We do things because we are things.)
That is why we do something.
How do we do things?
We do things however we can do them.
Easily is how we do thing. We easily do thing.
We do things easily.
Where do birds fly?
Birds fly where they wish to fly.
Where the birds fly is where I want to be.
Where I want to be is where the birds fly.
In the sky is where the bird fly.
Where do we do things?
We do things where we can do things.


PREPOSITION
Prepositions indicate location.
Les prépositions indiquent l'emplacement.
Las preposiciones indican la ubicación.

at on by near to from for under over above below by with

The Prepositional Phrase has a preposition and its object of rapport.
La Phrase Prépositionnelle a une préposition et son objet de rapport.
La Frase Preposicional tiene una preposición y su objeto de relación.

At home. At him. At noon. On the floor. By the house. Near the car.
To school. From Mother. For you. By noon. With people.

They are placed near whatever they are describing.
Ils sont près de ce qu'ils décrivent.
Son colocados cerca lo que ellos describen.

The ball in the box is mine. I saw John at home. John is at home. At home is where John is. I, at the window, saw John on the street. Someone threw something at him. I will arrive at noon. At noon I will arrive. The dog is on the floor. On the floor is the dog. John waits by the house. By the house John waits. Near the car, I saw him. I saw him near the car. I, near the car, saw him afar. He goes to school. To school is where he is going. You have a letter from Mother. From Mother came a letter. For you I will do something. I will do something for you. By noon he will arrive. He will arrive by noon. With people he is happy. He is happy with people.


CONJUNCTIONS

And. If. Because. When. Where. While.
John and Mary. I do and you are.
I will be if you will do. If you will be I will do.
Because you do I will do. I will do because you do.
When you do I will do. I will do when you do.

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THAT

That = pronoun.
That is it.

That = adjective.
That boy is a good boy.

That = Conjunction.
Sentence = I go.
Clause = That I go.
Sentences = That I go is important. It is important that I go.
I hope that you will go.

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WHAT

Question
What is this? What does it do? What has it done.

What = That which.
This is what that is. = This is that which that is.
Running is what it does. = Running is that which it does.
Running is what it has done. = Running is that which it has done.
What I want is that which I want. = That which I want is what I want.
He is the person who does something.
He is the person whom I asked.
She is the person to whom I spoke.
This is the thing that I want. = The thing that I want is this.

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