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  • Fermín Zarayth
  • Moreno Iralva
  • Rodríguez Andreina
  • Das Dores Daniela

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Textos Instruccionales, Procedimentales o Regulativos-Receta

En este tipo de texto el propósito del autor es controlar la conducta del lector, indicando a través del uso de verbos en modo imperativo cómo comportarse, o cómo llevar a cabo un proceso para obtener un producto determinado, como es el caso de aquellos textos donde se dan instrucciones. Algunas de las característica predominante de este tipo de texto es:

  • Uso de los verbos en modo imperativo, aunque en algunos casos puede aparecer un pronombre personal “you” antes del  verbo.
  • Uso de conectadores que establecen secuencia de orden.
  • Pueden aparecer formas negativas como: Don´t
  • Enumeración
  • Dibujo o gráfico

Ejemplo:

Pizza Recipe : Grilled Pizza

Ingredients Required


  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • 1 1/2 cup warm water divided (110F)
  • 3 1/2 cups Unbleached white flour
  • 1/4 cup corn meal
  • 1/4 cup whole wheat flour
  • 4 tbls. olive oil divided
  • 2 teas. light brown sugar
  • 2 pks. dry yeast
  • Sauce, cheese, and toppings of your choice

Step by Step Procedure


DOUGH:

  1. Measure 1/2 cup warm water in a bowl.
  2. Add sugar and yeast and stir to dissolve.
  3. Allow stand at least 5 minutes to proof, or until froth forms on top.
  4. Meanwhile, sift together into a large bowl the white flour, wheat flour, corn meal and salt.
  5. Make a depression in the middle and add 3 Tbls of the olive oil and 1 cup warm water.
  6. Add prepared yeast mixture.
  7. Mix all ingredients with your hands and gather together and place on floured board.
  8. Knead about 10 minutes, adding more flour if dough is sticky, to form a smooth, elastic mass.
  9. Grease a large bowl with olive oil.
  10. Place dough in bowl, turning it to coat with oil.
  11. Cover and let rise in warm place, draft−free location until doubled in size − about 45 minutes.

PIZZA:

  1. While dough is rising prepare desired sauces and toppings.
  2. Divide dough into 6 equal pieces and, on floured surface, roll out to desired shape about 1/2 inch thick.
  3. Coat both sides of shaped crust with olive oil, then place on grill directly over fire until upper surface begins to bubble (about 2 minutes).
  4. Fire must be very hot and grill must be clean (coals should be red with a small flame, like a steak fire; this is important).
  5. Watch crust closely and rotate with spatula if necessary.
  6. Remove crust and turn cooked side up (it should be golden brown).
  7. Brush with olive oil, sauce, cheese and desired toppings.
  8. Sprinkle some olive oil over each pizza.
  9. Return for final cooking (2−4 minutes).

Uso de los verbos en modo imperativo

  • L13Add sugar and yeast and stir to dissolve”.
  • L14  “Allow stand at least 5 minutes to proof, or until froth forms on top”.
  • L37Remove crust and turn cooked side up (it should be golden brown)”.

Enumeración

  1. 1. While dough is rising prepare desired sauces and toppings.
  2. 2. Divide dough into 6 equal pieces and, on floured surface, roll out to desired shape about 1/2 inch thick.
  3. 3. Coat both sides of shaped crust with olive oil, then place on grill directly over fire until upper surface begins to bubble (about 2 minutes).

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Tipo diagonales-Entrevista

En este tipo de texto es reflejar un diálogo o comunicación, una interacción entre un emisor y un receptor, o un intercambio de ideas entre dos o más personas. Los elementos que se caracterizan este tipo de texto son:

-Presencia de diálogos

-Emisor y receptor se dirigen el uno al otro por sus nombres

-Uso de signos de puntuación, tales como: guiones, exclamación, interrogación

-Dibujos o caricaturas (cuando se trata de historietas)

-Globos u óvalos que muestran la interacción de los participantes en el diálogo

-Uso de un lenguaje común o sencillo.

Ejemplo:

She’s the biggest selling female artist of all time (seriously. This shit’s undisputed. Yes, more than Mariah), she’s mad as a box of hair, and we j’adore her like you wouldn’t believe. Or maybe you would. And we interviewed her in her suite in Vegas (and when we say suite, this place was bigger than an entire Barratt housing estate). These are the real life words – on drinks, drugs and the gays – from Celine Dion’s very own mouth…

Loving the whole new look with the huge hair and everything…
Thank you. You know, it’s not really risqué, because… maybe for me, because people are used to seeing me pretty much simpler, maybe, not as forward; I would have a shirt under my jacket. But I feel like I want to play, I want to have a good time. That hair is to play, that make-up is to play, and those songs are to play, and those things that we try on the album, and pictures, it’s just pictures. I’m doing it for fun, because I love doing it.

Do you mind that people say ’she’s a bit geeky’?
What does that mean?

It means sort of like ‘a good girl’.
But I am a good girl. I’m such a good girl.

¡Have you got a naughty side?
I don’t think so. I’m that good. I’m a good girl. I’m not a troublemaker. I party when it’s time. I don’t do drugs. I don’t drink.

Have you ever done drugs?
Never.

Not even one little puff?
The only time I did one puff was in Holland, where it’s legal. And I went to a cafeteria with some girls, with the little boats and the canals and we stopped and I tried.

And…?
Nothing. No. But I didn’t choke. I took one puff and I said, ‘Ok, nothing happened!’ It was funny. It was for us like cheating. ’Oooh!’ You know, there might be paparazzi!

And you don’t drink at all?
Occasionally. Champagne, a glass of wine…

When were you last squiffy?
What is squiffy?

A little bit drunk.
The last time a little bit was at Pure [a Vegas nightclub], the last party we had at Pure and I think I had three tequilas, double tequilas.

Under the table!
[Laughs] Don’t start any trouble now!

The bad side of Celine Dion…
Yeah, she had three double tequilas! It was with Rene and we were both of us, ‘Woo, we should go home, so glad to have a chauffeur.’

Before you come out of the loo with your dress tucked in your knickers…!
No, I have a lot of people in my entourage, they do a good job! Of course. I was not drunk but I was a little bit like you said – squiffy. I like that word – I’ll try to remember it!

Have you ever seen a drag queen doing Celine Dion?
Actually, yes. A few. And I work with a lot of gay people as well. And I have to say that we do work pretty well together. I’m somebody who has a strong personality and I’m strong in my gestures and I think they like that from me.

Did you learn anything about yourself from the drag queen?
I’m not trying to really say ‘Oh my God, do I do that?’ No. I do look at what they do. Actually sometimes they make me laugh backstage, they put my stuff on and they do my gestures, and they try to make me laugh. It works!

60Fire them!
You know what, I think gay people know how to have fun! And if you can’t have a good time and just play, it’s not worth it. You have to have a good time.

And what if your little boy turns out to be one of the boys?
I want him to be successful as a human being. I want my son to be able to talk to me. I’m with him, I wanted that son. If he’s a gay person, he’s not any less of my son, or any less happy for that.

Celine’s new single, ‘Eyes On Me’, is out today. Yey!

Presencia de diálogos

  • L11 Do you mind that people say ’she’s a bit geeky’?

What does that mean?

  • L13 It means sort of like ‘a good girl’.

But I am a good girl. I’m such a good girl.

  • L28 When were you last squiffy?

What is squiffy?

  • L30 A little bit drunk.

The last time a little bit was at Pure [a Vegas nightclub], the last party we had at Pure and I think I had three tequilas, double tequilas.

Emisor y receptor se dirigen el uno al otro por sus nombres

  • L42 The bad side of Celine Dion…

Yeah, she had three double tequilas! It was with Rene and we were both of us, ‘Woo, we should go home, so glad to have a chauffeur.’

  • L50Have you ever seen a drag queen doing Celine Dion?

Actually, yes. A few. And I work with a lot of gay people as well. And I have to say that we do work pretty well together. I’m somebody who has a strong personality and I’m strong in my gestures and I think they like that from me.

Uso de signos de puntuación, tales como: guiones, exclamación, interrogación

  • L29 And…?

Nothing. No. But I didn’t choke. I took one puff and I said, ‘Ok, nothing happened!’ It was funny. It was for us like cheating. ’Oooh!’ You know, there might be paparazzi!

  • L45 Before you come out of the loo with your dress tucked in your knickers…!

No, I have a lot of people in my entourage, they do a good job! Of course. I was not drunk but I was a little bit like you said – squiffy. I like that word – I’ll try to remember it!

  • L49 Under the table!

[Laughs] Don’t start any trouble now!

  • L55 Did you learn anything about yourself from the drag queen?

I’m not trying to really say ‘Oh my God, do I do that?’ No. I do look at what they do. Actually sometimes they make me laugh backstage, they put my stuff on and they do my gestures, and they try to make me laugh. It works!

Uso de un lenguaje común o sencillo.

  • L1 She’s the biggest selling female artist of all time (seriously. This shit’s undisputed. Yes, more than Mariah), she’s mad as a box of hair, and we j’adore her like you wouldn’t believe. Or maybe you would
  • L4 And we interviewed her in her suite in Vegas (and when we say suite, this place was bigger than an entire Barratt housing estate). These are the real life words – on drinks, drugs and the gays – from Celine Dion’s very own mouth…
  • L8 Loving the whole new look with the huge hair and everything…

Thank you. You know, it’s not really risqué, because… maybe for me, because people are used to seeing me pretty much simpler, maybe, not as forward; I would have a shirt under my jacket.

  • L11 That hair is to play, that make-up is to play, and those songs are to play, and those things that we try on the album, and pictures, it’s just pictures. I’m doing it for fun, because I love doing it.

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Texto argumentativo- Artículo de opinión

El autor plantea un problema, un tema o una situación en particular y luego presenta sus opiniones o las posiciones de otros en relación con el tema en cuestión. Para reconocer este texto debemos observar si aparecen las siguientes características.

-El autor o autores se identifican claramente a través del uso de los pronombres personales “I” o “we”.

-Uso frecuente de expresiones como: “I (we) think (that)…” , “I (we) consider (that)…”, I(we) don´t believe (that)…”, “He says…”, “He argues …”, In my (our) opinion”, etc.

-Predomina el uso de adjetivos con una carga positiva o negativa dependiendo de si la posición u opinión el autor es favorable o no, por ejemplo: “It is an excellent idea to think that”, “it is horrorifying to think that…”.

-Uso de conectores de adición, ya que por lo general el autor  añade opiniones o argumentos.

-Uso de los verbos modales “should”, “must”, “could”.

-Uso de los adjetivos en forma comparativa o superlativa: “It is better than…”, “The less appropriate…”, etc.

-Formas condicionales “if”, “would”, o “whether”

Ejemplo:

Invitation to Disaster

We didn’t pay attention to the housing bubble. We closed our eyes to warnings that the levees in New Orleans were inadequate. We gave short shrift to reports that bin Laden was determined to attack the U.S. And now we’re all but ignoring the fiscal train wreck that is coming from states with budget crises big enough to boggle the mind.Skip to next paragraph

The states are in the worst fiscal shape since the Depression. The Great Recession has caused state tax revenues to fall off a cliff. Some states — New York and California come quickly to mind — are facing prolonged budget nightmares. Across the country, critical state services are being chopped like firewood. More cuts are coming.Taxes and fees are being raised. Yet the budgets in dozens and dozens of states remain drastically out of balance.

This is an arrow aimed straight at the heart of a robust national recovery. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities has pointed out that if you add up the state budget gaps that have recently been plugged (in most cases, temporarily and haphazardly) and those that remain to be dealt with, you’ll likely reach a staggering $350 billion for the 2010 and 2011 fiscal years. This is not a disaster waiting to happen. It’s under way.

Without substantial new federal help, state cuts that are now merely drastic will become draconian, and hundreds of thousands of additional jobs will be lost. The suffering is already widespread. Some states have laid off or furloughed employees. Tens of thousands of teachers have been let go as cuts have been made to public schools and critically important preschool programs. California has bludgeoned its public higher education system, one of the finest in the world.

Michigan has cut some of the benefits it provided to middle-class families struggling with the costs of health care for severely disabled children — benefits that helped pay for such things as incontinence supplies and transportation to special care centers. The Grand Rapids Press quoted a state official who acknowledged that the cuts were “tough” and were hurting families. But he added, “The state simply doesn’t have the money.”

The collapse of state tax revenues caused by the recession is the sharpest on record. Steep budget cuts have not been enough to offset the unprecedented plunge in tax collections that resulted from unemployment and other aspects of the downturn. The shortfalls swept the nation. As the Rockefeller Institute of Government reported, “Total tax revenue declined in all 44 states for which comparable early data are available.”

State governments are not without fault. Very few have been paragons of fiscal responsibility over the years. California is a well-known basket case. New York has a Legislature that is a laughingstock. But for the federal government to resist offering substantial additional help in the face of this growing crisis would be foolhardy. You can’t have a healthy national economy while dozens of states are hooked up to life support.

The Center on Budget offered some insight into how the trouble in the states adds up to trouble for us all:

“Expenditure cuts are problematic policies during an economic downturn because they reduce overall demand and can make the downturn deeper. When states cut spending, they lay off employees, cancel contracts with vendors, eliminate or lower payments to businesses and nonprofit organizations that provide direct services, and cut benefit payments to individuals.

“In all of these circumstances, the companies and organizations that would have received government payments have less money to spend on salaries and supplies, and individuals who would have received salaries or benefits have less money for consumption. This directly removes demand from the economy.”

The Obama administration has provided significant help to states through its stimulus program, and it has made a difference. It prevented the crisis from being much worse. But much of that assistance will run out by the end of the year and states are fashioning budgets right now that will absolutely hammer the quality of life for some of their most vulnerable residents.

New York’s lieutenant governor, Richard Ravitch, has been trying to bring a measure of sanity to the state’s budget process. But as he told me this week, without additional federal help, many states will have no choice but to impose extreme budget cuts, or raise taxes, or — most likely — do both.

We need more responsible and less wasteful fiscal behavior from all levels of government. But the country is still faced with a national economic emergency, with tens of millions out of work or underemployed. We can hardly afford any additional economic shocks. Turning our backs on the desperate trouble the states are in right now is nothing less than an utterly willful invitation to disaster.

El autor o autores se identifican claramente a través del uso de los pronombres personales “I” o “we”.

  • L1    We didn’t pay attention to the housing bubble.
  • L1   We closed our eyes to warnings that the levees in New Orleans were inadequate
  • L2 We gave short shrift to reports that bin Laden was determined to attack the…
  • L74 We need more responsible and less wasteful fiscal behavior from all levels of government
  • L77 We can hardly afford any additional economic shocks. Turning our backs on the desperate trouble the states are in right now is nothing less than an utterly willful invitation to disaster.

Uso de conectores de adición, ya que por lo general el autor  añade opiniones o argumentos.

  • L46 But for the federal government to resist offering substantial additional help in the face of this growing crisis would be foolhardy.
  • L65 But much of that assistance will run out by the end of the year and states are fashioning budgets right now that will absolutely hammer the quality of life for some of their most vulnerable residents.
  • L70 But as he told me this week, without additional federal help, many states will have no choice but to impose extreme budget cuts, or raise taxes, or — most likely — do both.
  • L75 But the country is still faced with a national economic emergency, with tens of millions out of work or underemployed.

Formas condicionales “if”, “would”, o “whether”

  • L45 But for the federal government to resist offering substantial additional help in the face of this growing crisis would be foolhardy.
  • L16 The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities has pointed out that if you add up the state budget gaps that have recently been plugged (in most cases, temporarily and haphazardly) and those that…

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Tipo Narrativo- Cuento Corto

Este tipo de texto se caracteriza porque relatan o narran un hecho histórico, un acontecimiento, una cadena de eventos o mencionan hechos en orden cronológico relacionados con un tema. Los elementos que caracterizan a este tipo de texto son:

  • Predominio de los verbos en pasado
  • Presencia de fechas que señalan en qué tiempo o momento ocurrieron los hechos.
  • Uso frecuente de conectadores que indican secuencia temporal, tales como: when, then, after, at the end, finally, etc.

Ejemplo:

SHADOW – A PARABLE

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the Shadow:
Psalm of David.

YE who read are still among the living; but I who write shall have long since gone my way into the region of shadows. For indeed strange things shall happen, and secret things be known, and many centuries shall pass away, ere these memorials be seen of men. And, when seen, there will be some to disbelieve, and some to doubt, and yet a few who will find much to ponder upon in the characters here graven with a stylus of iron.

The year had been a year of terror, and of feelings more intense than terror for which there is no name upon the earth. For many prodigies and signs had taken place, and far and wide, over sea and land, the black wings of the Pestilence were spread abroad. To those, nevertheless, cunning in the stars, it was not unknown that the heavens wore an aspect of ill; and to me, the Greek Oinos, among others, it was evident that now had arrived the alternation of that seven hundred and ninety-fourth year when, at the entrance of Aries, the planet Jupiter is conjoined with the red ring of the terrible Saturnus. The peculiar spirit of the skies, if I mistake not greatly, made itself manifest, not only in the physical orb of the earth, but in the souls, imaginations, and meditations of mankind.

Over some flasks of the red Chian wine, within the walls of a noble hall, in a dim city called Ptolemais, we sat, at night, a company of seven. And to our chamber there was no entrance save by a lofty door of brass: and the door was fashioned by the artisan Corinnos, and, being of rare workmanship, was fastened from within. Black draperies, likewise, in the gloomy room, shut out from our view the moon, the lurid stars, and the peopleless streets–but the boding and the memory of Evil they would not be so excluded. There were things around us and about of which I can render no distinct account–things material and spiritual–heaviness in the atmosphere–a sense of suffocation–anxiety–and, above all, that terrible state of existence which the nervous experience when the senses are keenly living and awake, and meanwhile the powers of thought lie dormant. A dead weight hung upon us. It hung upon our limbs–upon the household furniture–upon the goblets from which we drank; and all things were depressed, and borne down thereby–all things save only the flames of the seven lamps which illumined our revel. Uprearing themselves in tall slender lines of light, they thus remained burning all pallid and motionless; and in the mirror which their lustre formed upon the round table of ebony at which we sat, each of us there assembled beheld the pallor of his own countenance, and the unquiet glare in the downcast eyes of his companions. Yet we laughed and were merry in our proper way–which was hysterical; and sang the songs of Anacreon–which are madness; and drank deeply–although the purple wine reminded us of blood. For there was yet another tenant of our chamber in the person of young Zoilus. Dead, and at full length he lay, enshrouded; the genius and the demon of the scene. Alas! he bore no portion in our mirth, save that his countenance, distorted with the plague, and his eyes, in which Death had but half extinguished the fire of the pestilence, seemed to take such interest in our merriment as the dead may haply take in the merriment of those who are to die. But although I, Oinos, felt that the eyes of the departed were upon me, still I forced myself not to perceive the bitterness of their expression, and gazing down steadily into the depths of the ebony mirror, sang with a loud and sonorous voice the songs of the son of Teios. But gradually my songs they ceased, and their echoes, rolling afar off among the sable draperies of the chamber, became weak, and undistinguishable, and so faded away. And lo! from among those sable draperies where the sounds of the song departed, there came forth a dark and undefined shadow–a shadow such as the moon, when low in heaven, might fashion from the figure of a man: but it was the shadow neither of man nor of God, nor of any familiar thing. And quivering awhile among the draperies of the room, it at length rested in full view upon the surface of the door of brass. But the shadow was vague, and formless, and indefinite, and was the shadow neither of man nor of God–neither God of Greece, nor God of Chaldaea, nor any Egyptian God. And the shadow rested upon the brazen doorway, and under the arch of the entablature of the door, and moved not, nor spoke any word, but there became stationary and remained. And the door whereupon the shadow rested was, if I remember aright, over against the feet of the young Zoilus enshrouded. But we, the seven there assembled, having seen the shadow as it came out from among the draperies, dared not steadily behold it, but cast down our eyes, and gazed continually into the depths of the mirror of ebony. And at length I, Oinos, speaking some low words, demanded of the shadow its dwelling and its appellation. And the shadow answered, “I am SHADOW, and my dwelling is near to the Catacombs of Ptolemais, and hard by those dim plains of Helusion which border upon the foul Charonian canal.” And then did we, the seven, start from our seats in horror, and stand trembling, and shuddering, and aghast, for the tones in the voice of the shadow were not the tones of any one being, but of a multitude of beings, and, varying in their cadences from syllable to syllable fell duskly upon our ears in the well-remembered and familiar accents of many thousand departed friends.

THE END

Predominio de los verbos en pasado

  • L7 “The year had been a year of terror…”
  • L10 “…it was not unknown that the heavens wore an aspect of ill; and to me, the Greek Oinos, among others…”
  • L14 “… it was evident that now had arrived the alternation of that seven hundred and ninety-fourth year when…”
  • L23 “There were things around us and about of which I can render no distinct account–things material and spiritual…”

Presencia de fechas que señalan en qué tiempo ocurrieron los hechos:

  • L7 The year had been a year of terror, and of feelings more intense than terror for which there is no name upon the earth”.
  • L12 “…it was evident that now had arrived the alternation of that seven hundred and ninety-fourth year when, at the entrance of Aries, the planet Jupiter is conjoined with the red ring of the terrible Saturnus.”

Conectores:

Secuencia Temporal (Durante)

  • L12 “…it was evident that now had arrived the alternation of that seven hundred and ninety-fourth year when, at the entrance of Aries, the planet Jupiter is conjoined with the red ring of the terrible Saturnus.”
  • L48 “And from among those sable draperies where the sounds of the song departed, there came forth a dark and undefined shadow–a shadow such as the moon, when low in heaven, might fashion from the figure of a man…”

Señalan un contraste, limitación y oposición

  • L41 “But although I, Oinos, felt that the eyes of the departed were upon me…”
  • L45But gradually my songs they ceased, and their echoes, rolling afar off among the sable draperies of the chamber, became weak, and undistinguishable, and so faded away”.
  • L49 “…but it was the shadow neither of man nor of God, nor of any familiar thing. And quivering awhile among the draperies of the room…”
  • L51But the shadow was vague, and formless, and indefinite, and was the shadow neither of man nor of God–neither God of Greece, nor God of Chaldaea, nor any Egyptian God”.
  • L57But we, the seven there assembled, having seen the shadow as it came out from among the draperies, dared not steadily behold it, but cast down our eyes, and gazed continually into the depths of the mirror of ebony…”

Énfasis

  • L25 “…heaviness in the atmosphere–a sense of suffocation–anxiety–and, above all, that terrible state of existence which the nervous experience when the senses are keenly living and awake…”

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Texto Descriptivo

Se caracterizan porque mencionan de manera detallada las características de personas, objetos, fenómenos, hechos y acciones. Entre más importantes de ese tipo tenemos:

  1. Uso del verbo to be
  2. Presencia de una gran cantidad de adjetivos y adverbios
  3. Uso de algunos casos de preposiciones de lugar y ubicación
  4. Predominan los verbos en presente simple, aunque podrian aparecer en pasado
  5. Algunos textos inclusive pueden dibujarse
13. Then the LORD said to Moses, “Rise up early in the morning and stand before Pharaoh and say to him, `Thus says the LORD, the God of the Hebrews, “Let My people go, that they may serve Me.
14. “For this time I will send all My plagues on you and your servants and your people, so that you may know that there is no one like Me in all the earth.
15. “For if by now I had put forth My hand and struck you and your people with pestilence, you would then have been cut off from the earth.
16. “But, indeed, for this reason I have allowed you to remain, in order to show you My power and in order to proclaim My name through all the earth.
17. “Still you exalt yourself against My people by not letting them go.
18. “Behold, about this time tomorrow, I will send a very heavy hail, such as has not been seen in Egypt from the day it was founded until now.
19. “Now therefore send, bring your livestock and whatever you have in the field to safety. Every man and beast that is found in the field and is not brought home, when the hail comes down on them, will die.””‘
20. The one among the servants of Pharaoh who feared the word of the LORD made his servants and his livestock flee into the houses;
21. but he who paid no regard to the word of the LORD left his servants and his livestock in the field.
22. Now the LORD said to Moses, “Stretch out your hand toward the sky, that hail may fall on all the land of Egypt, on man and on beast and on every plant of the field, throughout the land of Egypt.”
23. Moses stretched out his staff toward the sky, and the LORD sent thunder and hail, and fire ran down to the earth. And the LORD rained hail on the land of Egypt.
24. So there was hail, and fire flashing continually in the midst of the hail, very severe, such as had not been in all the land of Egypt since it became a nation.
25. The hail struck all that was in the field through all the land of Egypt, both man and beast; the hail also struck every plant of the field and shattered every tree of the field.
26. Only in the land of Goshen, where the sons of Israel were, there was no hail.
27. Then Pharaoh sent for Moses and Aaron, and said to them, “I have sinned this time; the LORD is the righteous one, and I and my people are the wicked ones.
28. “Make supplication to the LORD, for there has been enough of God’s thunder and hail; and I will let you go, and you shall stay no longer.”
29. Moses said to him, “As soon as I go out of the city, I will spread out my hands to the LORD; the thunder will cease and there will be hail no longer, that you may know that the earth is the LORD’S.
30. “But as for you and your servants, I know that you do not yet fear the LORD God.”
31. (Now the flax and the barley were ruined, for the barley was in the ear and the flax was in bud.
32. But the wheat and the spelt were not ruined, for they ripen late.)
33. So Moses went out of the city from Pharaoh, and spread out his hands to the LORD; and the thunder and the hail ceased, and rain no longer poured on the earth.
34. But when Pharaoh saw that the rain and the hail and the thunder had ceased, he sinned again and hardened his heart, he and his servants.
35. Pharaoh’s heart was hardened, and he did not let the sons of Israel go, just as the LORD had spoken through Moses.

Uso del verbo TO BE:

14. For this time I will send all My plagues on you and your servants and your people, so that you may know that there IS no one like Me in all the earth.
19. Now therefore send, bring your livestock and whatever you have in the field to safety. Every man and beast that is found in the field and IS not brought home, when the hail comes down on them, will die.””
27. Then Pharaoh sent for Moses and Aaron, and said to them, “I have sinned this time; the LORD IS the righteous one, and I and my people are the wicked ones.

Adjetivos y Adverbios

18. “Behold, about this time tomorrow, I will send a very heavy hail, such as has not been seen in Egypt from the day it was founded until now.
27. Then Pharaoh sent for Moses and Aaron, and said to them, “I have sinned this time; the LORD is the righteous one, and I and my people are the wicked ones.

Preposiciones de lugares

14. “For this time I will send all My plagues ON you and your servants and your people, so that you may know that there is no one like Me in all the earth”

18.   “Behold, about this time tomorrow, I will send a very heavy hail, such as has not been seen IN Egypt from the day it was founded until now”

19. “Now therefore send, bring your livestock and whatever you have IN the field to safety”

Verbos en presente simple o pasado

14. “For this time I will send all My plagues on you and your servants and your people, so that you may know that there IS no one like Me in all the earth.

23. “Moses STRETCHED out his staff toward the sky, and the LORD sent thunder and hail, and fire ran down to the earth…”

35 “Pharaoh’s heart was HARDENED and he did not let the sons of Israel go, just as the LORD had spoken through Moses.”

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