Conversaciones con verb patterns en inglés – like, love, want, need
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Hemos visto ya unos ejemplos de verb patterns, pero siendo un tema que conviene practicar mucho, seguimos adelante.
Aquí tienes más ejemplos de los verb patterns en una conversación. Pero si quieres empezar desde el principio, vete primero a verb patterns introduction. Es importante.
Vamos al tema de hoy…
Conversaciones con verb patterns en inglés
Hoy veremos los verb patterns en formato de conversación – Question and Answer.
Empezamos con uno de los más comunes, el verb pattern de verbo con un gerundio.
verbo + gerundio: (like doing, love doing, hate doing, enjoy doing, etc.)
Q: What do you like doing in your free time?
A: I have a few hobbies. I like walking in the mountains, I enjoy reading and I love cooking.
Q: Why do you hate driving?
A: I don’t hate driving, I just don’t enjoy it very much.
Q: Does your sister like working in the bookshop?
A: I don’t think she likes working there, but she definitely enjoys earning a steady paycheck.
Q: Does Tom like cooking?
A: Yeah, he enjoys cooking. He loves eating, too. But he doesn’t like cleaning up after he’s done.
Más sobre este punto en el artículo sobre like, love, hate, enjoy.
Seguimos con más…
Otras conversaciones con verb patterns usan el infinitivo…
Estos verb patterns usan la pauta verb + to + infinitivo (want to do, would like to do, need to do, etc.)
Q: What would you like to do this evening?
A: I’d like to go out for dinner. What I’d really like to do is have a hamburger. Would you like to come with me?
Q: What does he want to do when he finishes university?
A: He wants to get a job in finance or marketing.
Q: Does he want to live in Spain, or does he want to move abroad?
A: He’d like to stay in Spain for now, but at some point he wants to go to England.
Q: Do you need to do anything before your trip?
A: First, I need to pack my bags. After that I need to call the taxi. And finally I need to make sure I have my tickets!
Q: What do I need to do learn better English?
A: First, you need to practice! Ideally, you need to speak English in real life, outside the classroom. If you can’t do that, you need to spend a lot of time listening.
More examples, coming soon!