How do I form the future tense?
To conjugate a verb in the future tense, use the verb endings chart below. Yo (I): -é Tú (You): -ás El/Ella/Usted (He/She/They): -á Nosotros (We): -emos Vosotros: -éis Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes (Them): -án Let's use the example "I will go to the store" In the future tense, the whole verb is kept in its infinitive form while it is conjugated. That being said, we need to do Ir + yo form future ending, which would be Iré The sentence would translate to: Iré a la tienda. This may seem simple, however there are some irregular verbs. Here is the list in case you need help with any of these. Feel free to ask me any questions! Poner: Pondr- + ending Decir: Dir- + ending Haber: Habr- + ending Salir: Saldr- + ending Hacer: Har- + ending Poder: Podr- + ending Tener: Tendr- + ending Querer: Querr- + ending Saber: Sabr- + ending Venir: Vendr- + ending
How do I format an MLA style paper?
In the upper right hand corner of your paper, there should be a page count with your last name included before the number (for example, Valle 1). After this, on the left hand side of the document you should type in your name (enter), course title (enter), professor (enter), and date due formatted as follows: 12 January 2017 All in all, the left side of the paper should look like this: Katherine Valle EDC 102 Professor Smith 12 January 2017 The text should be double spaced, and font 12 pt. Times New Roman
What is another word I can use to connect two sentences besides "and"?
Use the FANBOYS acronym! This stands for For And Nor But Or Yet So. These conjunctions work perfectly when you need to connect phrases. If you are looking for more advanced words with the same meaning, try something like additionally or however.