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SIMPLE PAST

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on 12 July 2016

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SIMPLE PAST
By the end of this lesson you will be able to:
Describe actions in the past
Talk about experiences
Understand and recognize the simple past forms
2) Test in English4callcenters.com
3) Possible job interview question:
What did you do yesterday?
Tell me about your biggest achievement
Where did you learn English
On the way home, I stopped at the mall. I had promised my daughter a new MP3 player for her birthday. At the electronics store, I played songs and listened for quality sound. I decided to buy one at a medium price.

When I got home, the kitchen was a mess. At our house, we have agreed to clean up after ourselves, so I asked around to find out who had cooked last. That person turned out to be my son. While he washed the dishes, I sat at the kitchen table and talked to him about his school work. Last year, he tested into an advanced program, and I wanted to see how he was doing. He seemed happy with it. He started telling me about his classes and what he learned that day.
Yesterday was so busy! At the office, I worked hard with my team. We developed a new advertising plan. Our meeting lasted about two hours. I remembered an advertising plan that worked five years ago, and I suggested we try that again. We needed to get the manager's approval. We called him on the office phone. He admitted that the idea seemed good, but he believed we should lower the budget. We reported our numbers to him and talked about the budget for a long time. Finally, he decided to give us the money we wanted.
Now read this story
Grammar Review
Your coach will explain you the 'ed' pronunciation rules. Practice the sound with him
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