REGLAS DEL ING – CÓMO FORMAR UN GERUNDIO:

En la lección de hoy aprenderemos las diferentes reglas del ING que te van a servir muchísimo cuando deletrees un gerundio.

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REGLAS DEL ING




Este es un resumen del contenido de la lección de hoy:

RULE #1:

  • Verbs that end in “e”
  • Delete the “e” and add “ing”-
  • Examples:
  1. make – making
  2. write – writing
  3. dance – dancing

RULE #2:

  • Verbs that end in “ie”
  • Delete the “ie” and add “ying”
  • Example:
  1. lie – lying
  2. die – dying
  3. tie – tying

RULE #3:

  • One syllable verbs that end in one vowel and one consonant.
  • Double the consonant and add “ing”.
  • Examples:
  1. swim – swimming
  2. stop – stopping
  3. run – running

RULE #4:

  • If the verb ends in two consonants, don’t double the consonants.
  • Examples:
  1. work – working
  2. help – helping
  3. wash – washing

RULE #5:

  • If the verb ends in two vowels and one consonant, don’t double the consonant.
  • Examples:
  1. need – needing
  2. wait – waiting
  3. speak – speaking

RULE #6:

  • Verbs with two or more syllables.
  • If the last syllable is not stressed, do not double the consonant.
  • Examples:
  1. happen – happening
  2. visit – visiting
  3. remember – remembering

RULE #7:

  • Verbs with two or more syllables.
  • If the last syllable is stressed, double the last consonant.
  • Examples:
  1. begin – beginning
  2. prefer – preferring
  3. forget – forgetting

RULE #8:

  • If the verb ends in “y” or “w”, don’t double the consonant.
  • Examples:
  1. enjoy – enjoying
  2. blow – blowing
  3. study – studying
  4. snow – snowing

 





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