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Engl 100 – Preparatory English

Use of capital letters / Uso de Letras Mayúsculas

Destreza:Composition
Use capital letters to Start proper nouns and titles. In addition to starting sentences, capital letters should also occur at the start of proper nouns and titles

Articles / Artículos

Destreza:Indefinite and Definite articles / Artículos
An article is a type of determiner (a word or group of words) that precedes or introduces a noun. There are two types: indefinite and definite articles.

Use of verb be / Uso del Verbo Ser

Destreza:Negative form of verb be
The negative verb forms of be are made by putting not after an auxiliary verb.

Nouns / Nombres Comunes en Plural

Destreza:Plural of Nouns
The plural of a noun is a word that indicates that there is more than one person, animal place, thing, or idea, is usually formed by adding an ‘s’ at the end of the word.

Possessive of Nouns / Nombres Posesivos

Destreza: Grammar
Possessive of Nouns is a word derived from a noun and expressing possession of a thing and shows ownership by adding an apostrophe, an “s” or both. To make a single noun possessive, simply add an apostrophe and a “s.”. When a noun ends with an “s”, or an “n” only an apostrophe is added.

Preposition / Preposiciones

Destreza: Grammar
TPreposition is a word that shows the relationship between other two nearby words. It usually describes the position or place of something, the time when something happens. Although the prepositions “of,” “to,” and “for” have some separate functions.


Rules of past tense pronunciation / Reglas de pronunciación en tiempo pasado

Destreza: Speech
Pronunciation of the letter S varies through its use like at the end of plural nouns, verbs in third person and as a part of the possessive case, and like the “ED” pronunciation, it is of significant difficulty for non-native speakers to pronounce the letter s.


Rules of past tense pronunciation / Reglas de pronunciación en tiempo pasado

Destreza: Speech
In a language that is constantly evolving, it is natural to be confused over the way pronunciation changes, but without knowing the correct rules of pronunciation, we would not be able to differentiate against the different words that might look the same but have very different meanings.

Vocabulary / Sufijos

Destreza: Suffixes
Suffixes: A suffix is a group of letters attached to the end of a root or word (or even group of words) serving a grammatical function. For example, a suffix can indicate the part of speech of a word just as it can modify and extend meaning.

Parts of Speech – Verb

Destreza: Verb Tense
Verb tenses are an important part of speech and writing, know how to correctly identify and understand how verb tense works will allow you to better comprehend what is being expressed.