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Verbo haver presente, passado, futuro

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English Grammar

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  • 1. Verbo “haver” – Presente, Passado, FuturoEm inglês, o verbo “haver” no sentido de “existir”, é formado por there + to be:Para expressar existência no presente: Afirmativa Negativa Interrogativa há, existe there is there is not is there? há existem there are there are not are there?Para expressar existência no passado: Afirmativa Negativa Interrogativa havia, existia there was there was not was there? havia, existiam there were There were not were there?
  • 2. Para expressar existência no futuro: Afirmativa Negativa Interrogativa haverá, existirá, there will be there will not be will there be? existirãoFormas abreviadas:isn’t = is not wasn’t = was not won’t = will notaren’t = are not weren’t = were not
  • 3. Complete com there is/are, there was/were ou there will be.1. ___________ eight planets in the solar system again (after Pluto was considered a dwarf planet).2. While _________ life __________ hope.3. ______ more than 9 bilion people living on this planet by 2050.4. ______ two ways to look at every situatuion in your life.5. _________ a military dictatorship in Brazil in the 1950s.6. The man looked around. _________ empty food boxes all around.7. __________ small amounts of three drugs in chocolate.8. _______ no part of life that does not contain its lessons.
  • 4. Complete com there is/are, there was/were ou there will be.1. There are eight planets in the solar system again (after Pluto was considered a dwarf planet).2. While there is life, there is hope.3. There will be more than 9 billion people living on this planet by 2050.4. There are two ways to look at every situation in your life.5. There was a military dictatorship in Brazil in the 1950s.6. The man looked around. There were empty food boxes all around.7. There are small amounts of three drugs in chocolate.8. There is no part of life that does not contain its lessons.