Eu Tivera Tu Tiveras Ele Tivera Nós

Eu Tivera Tu Tiveras Ele Tivera Nós – VERBAL LANGUAGE and NON-VERBAL LANGUAGE Verbal language – It is any form of communication expressed through the word: written or spoken. Non-verbal language – It is any form of communication that uses gestures, images and signs to establish meaning relationships.

3 VERB “A verb is understood as the unit of categorical meaning characterized by being a form through which speech organizes its lexical meaning.” (BECHARA, Evanildo) IMPROVE MIND – It is the word whose sense essence serves to build meaning relations between language and reality (empirical, rational or spiritual).

Eu Tivera Tu Tiveras Ele Tivera Nós

Eu Tivera Tu Tiveras Ele Tivera Nós

The verb is the center, the core of the sentence. By itself, it can form a complete sentence. Who teaches? What are you learning? How do you learn? where do you study Do you understand? You will quickly learn the lesson about verbs in this class. Listen! For example… Yes, the verb is the middle of the sentence because all the other words cluster around it.

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6 Singular: I run You run He/she runs Plural: We run You run They run verb is a word that is usually preceded by a personal pronoun – I, you, he/she, we, you, she (she) – representation verbal people.

7 Person / Number The verb gives a variation of the three grammatical persons (singular/plural) 1st person (speaking) – Bl.: I study; we are studying 2nd person (to whom it is spoken) – Ex: You are studying; you are studying 3rd person (being spoken of) – Ex: He is studying; they study

The verb is the most variable word in any language because it varies in mood, tense, number, person and voice. Indicative Introduces the action as a reality, a certainty. For example: I study. Subjunctive See the action as possible, desirable. Example: If you studied; Maybe study. The modes are the different ways of looking at performing the action. Condition Sees the action as dependent on a condition. Example: I would study if I wanted to. : Imperative See the action as an order, advice, a request. For example: Study! Infinitive Sees the action in the abstract. Ex. study, learn.

The time indicates when the action is performed. The present tense indicates that the action is taking place at the moment. To study; We write. Past tense indicates that the action preceded the present, it is past. Ex. I studied the verb; I did the exercises. The future suggests that the action will take place at a later time than now. Ex. I will study when I get home. The verb is the word that can be replaced in the past, present and future.

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Perfect Past Past Imperfect Past Tense can be: Imperfect, if it indicates an action that is presented in the past as uncompleted, incomplete. Example: I was studying when my mother came. Perfect, when it indicates a previous, completed action. Example: I studied for the exam. Pluper-perfect, when it indicates an action from the past, but is preceded by another also in the past. Example: I had already studied when the telenovela started.

Will take place in the future Ex: Next week I will study for the LP exam. Perfect, indicates a future action, completed for another also future Ex: When I go to play, I have already studied.

Compound verbs formed with the verb have (or have) and the participle of a verb. Past Perfect composed of indicative and subjunctive with present ind. and conj., the auxiliary verb. For example: I have studied Have studied Plunger-perfect compound of ind.e of conj., formed with pret.imperfect of ind.e of conj., of auxiliary verb. Bl.: Had studied Had studied Future perfect Connection of conj.s ind.e, formed with the future imperfect of conj.s ind.e, of the auxiliary verb. Example: I will have studied I have studied

Eu Tivera Tu Tiveras Ele Tivera Nós

Regular Irregular Defect If the stem does not change during conjugation. For example: study; I will study; I went; correei If the stem of the verb changes during the conjugation. For example: I want; I will; I made cabobo; pass, I will pass; I went; I will go Those who do not combine in all times, situations and people. Example: impersonal verbs rain, exist (= exist) singular verbs meow, bark

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15 VERBAL FORMS Verbs in Portuguese are divided into two large groups: Nominal forms – do not admit change: “If someone makes your heart stop working…” Conjugated forms – change, vary, inflect: “If someone does (.. . ) pay attention: it could be the most important person in your life”.

Nominal forms are so called because they can perform the function of nouns: nouns, adjectives or adverbs. Infinitive – It is the form of the verb indicating the verbal conjugations (-ar, -er and -ir), it can function as a noun and is marked with the ending -r: “deviate”, “compensate”, “to eat”. Participle – This form can function as an adjective and is marked with the suffix -ado(a) or -ido(a): “employed”, “bitten”. Gerúndio – It can function as an adverb or adjective and has the suffix -ndo as a sign: “indo”, “vendendo”.

17 Verbal Conjugation The name of conjugation is given to the set of conjugations of the verb in all its mothers, verbs, numbers, persons and voices. Based on the ending of the infinitive, three conjugations are considered: 1st conjugation where the verbs whose thematic vowel is a belong. B.: study, love, sing 2nd reference with verbs to which the thematic vowel e belongs. For example: learn, read, write 3rd reference where verbs whose thematic vowel i belongs. For example: feel, leave, smile

INDICATIVE MOOD The present   The present Refers to an action that takes place in the present. I sing We dance You lead You stay She writes She explains

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Imperfect Perfect Present More than Future Present love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love love

To form the PRESENT, of regular verbs ending in -AR, add the endings from the table below to the INFINITIVE without the ending -AR… Subject verb: FALAR End result I FAL O FALO Tu AS FALAS He A FALAMOS Vi AMOS FALAMOS Du AI FALAIS De SPEAKING

2nd conjugation of the verb: BATER Present Imperfect Perfect Past Perfect Future Present Past Perfect Bato batia bata batara batarei bateri Bates batias Bateste Bateras Baterás bateras Bate Bate Baterá Batemos Bateis Bateramos Bateremos Bateis Batíeis Bateis Bateis Bateis Bateis Bateis M

Eu Tivera Tu Tiveras Ele Tivera Nós

To form the PRESENT, of common verbs ending in -ER, add the endings from the table below to the INFINITIVE without the -ER ending… Subject VERB: COME Ending Result I WITH HOW YOU COME He AND COME We EMOS COMEMOS You EIS COME THEY IN EAT

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3rd conjugation of the verb: PARTICLE Present Imperfect Perfect Past Perfect Future of present Past Perfect Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Book Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part Part PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART PART VOTE

To form the PRESENT, of regular verbs ending in -IR, add the endings from the table below to the INFINITIVE without the ending -IR… Subject VERB: SERVIR End result Eu SIRV O SIRVO Ti SERV ES SERVES Ele E SERVES We IMOS SERVIMOS You ARE SERVICE THEY SERVE ME

I go You go He/she goes We go You go They go I lose You lose He/she loses We lose You lose They lose I know you know He/she knows We know You know They know I say you say He/ she/it says We say You say They/they say I am You are He/she/it is We are You are She/they are I have You have He/she/it has We have You have She/they have I do You He/She/It does We do You do She/They do I can You can He/She can We can You can They can I bring you He/She brings We bring you She/They bring I see that you see he/she/what she sees We see You see They see I hello You have He/she has We have You have They have I want You want He/she wants We want You want They want I will You will He /she comes We come You come They come I get up You get up He/she gets up We get up You get up They get up I read You read He/she reads We read You lead They read I ask You ask He/she asks We ask You ask They ask I hear you h arkje He/she listens We listen D u listen They/they listen Irregular verbs – Shall we resume? Pay attention to the verbs shown below and try to conjugate them in the present tense and check if you got it right! say do it go read hear ask lose be able to want to know take bring see arrive I arrive You arrive He/she arrives We arrive You arrive They arrive Present

The Past Perfect   Past Perfect Refers to an action that happened sometime in the past and is now over. I sang We danced You led You stayed She wrote She explained

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To form the PERFECT TENSE, for regular verbs ending in -AR, join the endings in the table below to the INFINITIVE without the -AR ending… Subject VERB: FALAR End result I FAL EI FALEI Yes ASTE HE’S TALKING ABOUT FALOU We ÁMOS FALÁMOS You ASTES SPEAKS, SHE SPEAKS

To form the PRESENT PERFECT, for regular verbs that end

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