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Past Simple for 1º/2º ESO

Grammar and Usage
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Tomás Díaz Gómez

on 21 April 2015

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Past Simple
We use it to talk about actions or situations in the past.
Pocahontas
Pocahontas, a native American,
was

born
around 1595. In 1607, some Englishmen
came
to America. They
built
a town near Pocahontas' home and
called
it Jamestown. Pocahontas often
went
to Jamestown. First, she
met
John Smith. They
became
good friends, but John Smith
returned
to England. Then, she
met
John Rolfe and in 1614 they
got married
. They
had
one son, John, and
lived
on a farm. After that, they
moved
to England. Sadly, in England, Pocahontas
became
very ill and she finally
died
in Gravesend in 1617, at the age of 22.
Formation
Affirmative
I
paint
ed
/

drank
You
paint
ed
/
drank
He
paint
ed
/
drank
She
paint
ed
/
drank
It
paint
ed
/
drank
We
paint
ed
/
drank
You
paint
ed
/
drank
They
paint
ed
/
drank
regular
irregular
Negative
I
didn't

paint
/
drink
You
didn't

paint
/
drink
He
didn't

paint
/
drink
She
didn't

paint
/
drink
It
didn't

paint
/
drink
We
didn't

paint
/
drink
You
didn't

paint
/
drink
They
didn't

paint
/
drink
regular
irregular
Interrogative
Did
I
paint
/
drink
?
Did
you
paint
/
drink
?
Did
he
paint
/
drink
?
Did
she
paint
/
drink
?
Did
it
paint
/
drink
?
Did
we
paint
/
drink
?
Did
you
paint
/
drink
?
Did
they
paint
/
drink
?
regular
irregular
Spelling rules:
liv
e
- live
d
dr
op
- drop
ped
per
mit
- permit
ted
trave
l
- travel
led
stu
dy
- stud
ied
-ed
pronunciation
/t/
- verbs with their last sound in /p, k, f, s, sh, ch/
stopp
ed
walk
ed
laugh
ed
clos
ed
wash
ed
watch
ed
/d/
- verbs with their last sound in /b, g, n, m, r ,v, i/
robb
ed
begg
ed
listen
ed
claim
ed
enter
ed
liv
ed
stud
i
ed
/id/
- verbs with their last sound in /t, d/
want
ed
, wait
ed
add
ed
, includ
ed
Time expressions
yesterday
ago
last night / week / year
in 1970
on Sunday
at 5 o'clock
Yesterday
she cooked spaguetti.
Mr Edwards died ten years
ago
.
I went to London
in 2006
.
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