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Passive voice - Present tense
When the action itself is more important than the person who carries it out; we have the possibility to use the passive voice. It could be use in any verb tense as needed.
Mostrar acciones presentes y consecuencias futuras.
When we want to express that something is possible to happen in the present or in the future, we use CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE 1
Reportar Información Proporcionada en Presente
Understand verbal and written information provided in order to report and/or repeat it to others either orally or in writing.
Comparación de dos o más elementos
We have the possibility to use the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives whenever we want to sum up different characteristics that two or more people, things, animals, places, etc. have.
To describe our daily routines, it is always important to tell the time when the actions happen.