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La aplicacíon Políglota representa una metodología única de aprender inglés en poco tiempo.

La metodología explica cómo se combinan palabaras en una frase inglesa. Es un método combinatorio que ayuda a construir numerosas frases usando pocas palabras.

El método consiste en 2 etapas. Al principio los estudiantes llegan a saber una estructura inglesa y luego la practican en los ejercicios.

Lección 1: El esquema básico del verbo inglés
Para componer una frase inglés hay que saber cómo se conjuga el verbo en los 3 tiempos gramaticales: presente, futuro y pasado.

Vamos a ver cómo se conjugan los verbos en la combinacion con los pronombres ingleses (yo - I,tú - you, etc) a ejemplo del verbo to work (trabajar).

Los pronombres ingleses

Presente
Yo trabajo. – I work.
¿Trabajo yo? – Do I work?
Yo no trabajo. – I don’t work.

Él trabaja. – He works.
¿Trabaja él? – Does he work?
Él no trabaja. – He doesn’t work.

Futuro

Yo trabajaré. – I will work.
¿Trabajaré yo? – Will I work?
Yo no trabajaré. – I won’t work.

Él trabajará. – He will work.
¿Trabajará él? – Will he work?
Él no trabajará. – He won’t work.

Pasado
Yo trabajé. – I worked.
¿Trabajé yo? – Did I work?
Yo no trabajé. – I didn’t work.

Él no trabajó. – He worked.
¿Trabajó él? – Did he work?
Él no trabajó. – He didn’t work.
The Polyglot application represents a unique methodology to learn English in a short time.

The methodology explains how words are combined in an English phrase. It is a combinatorial method that helps to build numerous phrases using few words.

The method consists of 2 stages. At first the students come to know an English structure and then practice it in the exercises.

Lesson 1: The basic scheme of the English verb
To compose an English phrase you have to know how to conjugate the verb in the 3 grammatical tenses: present, future and past.

Let's see how the verbs are conjugated in the combination with the English pronouns (I - I, you - you, etc) to the example of the verb to work (work).

The English pronouns

I presented
I work. - I work.
I work? - Do I work?
I do not work. - I do not work.

He works. - He works.
Does he work? - Does he work?
He does not work. - He does not work.

Future

I will work. - I will work.
Will I work? - Will I work?
I will not work. - I will not work.

He will work. - He will work.
Will he work? - Will I work?
He will not work. - I will not work.

Past
I worked. - I worked.
Did I work? - Did I work?
I did not work. - I did not work.

He did not work. - I have worked.
Did he work? - Did he work?
He did not work. - I did not work.
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Updated
January 15, 2014
Size
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Installs
10,000+
Current Version
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Requires Android
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