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Agricultural and allied sciences: Professions
Multidisciplinary and sciences are develophing a new investigation roles
Livestock (also cattle) refers to one more domesticated animals raised in an agricultural setting to produce commodities such as food fiber or labor.
Comparatives and superlatives
Comparative uses to compare two things of nows. The superlative is using to express the most or biggest nows.
Use of the imperatives.
The imperative is a verbal form unmarked person or time that is normally used to instruct, warn, demand action, encourage, etc. This form is, therefore, unchanged for all persons singular and plural. The mandatory sentences are one of the few contexts in English in which the subject is not expressed.
Adjectives of states of mind, gerund expressions, reported speech.
Some adjectives that reflect moods: Sad (triste) / Frightened (asustado) / Lovestruck (enamorado). The gerund (-ing) is a non-personal tense and can build continuous tenses. English is formed by adding the ending "-ing" (without "to") to the infinitive of the verb: To play / jugar--- playing / jugando.
Jobs food and sports vocabulary. Likes and dislikes structures.
Jobs Vocabulary: Accountant, Baker, Barbers, Barmen/women, Chambermaid, Chef, Dentist, Common Sports: Badminton, Cricket, Football, Golf, Tennis. La estructura básica para hablar sobre lo que nos gusta o no nos gusta es: Like (something) or like doing (something)
Present perfect uses to the present and the past. An example I´m working in a new job other I was painting a wall. I have eaten something / He has walked near.
First conditional we use to express future or present. If I learn to pass exam.
Funny time, health vocabulary.
Free time to do enjoy thing the funny time expression, I´m using common verbs. The hobbies means an important activity to do an example soccer in the weekend
Synonyms and antonyms
Synonyms are words that have a similar or identical meaning to another, but have different writing, but refer to the same concept. Synonyms can be total, partial or difference of degree. Antonyms are words that have a meaning opposite or contrary.