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Lesson 192
Bulding a Story
the wind blows
thunder roars
birds tweet
people sigh
a car engine hums
dogs bark
water splashes
keys jingle
Pronunciation and intonation
present/present
conduct/conduct
protest/protest
permit/permit
Practice
His presenting
the project was a success
Their having
a baby now was a big surprise
Her being
stubborn irritates me
Her singing
in the shower was very funny
Their committing
to the project was good enough
Their expanding
the business was a good idea
His using
the machine made the job easier
My lowering
the prices made the sales increase
Her doing
an
impression made me laugh

Write the sentences
I guess the down payment is quite
affordable
Can anyone tell what the whole
purpose
of this conversation is?
She shouldn't have been given any
privileges
over others
He has been
granted
a great prize for leading the team so well
Does she seem to be
responding
well to the new medication?
Simple Past
Usado para descrever ações que começaram e terminaram no passado.
VERBOS REGULARES
São aqueles cuja forma passada é formada por regra.
Formamos o passado dos verbos regulares, acrescentando
d, ed, ou ied.

Affirmative Form (Forma Afirmativa)

Formação:
1. Adicionamos d aos verbos terminados em e:
live – lived
love – loved
agree – agreed



2. Retiramos o y e adicionamos ied aos verbos terminados em
consoante + y

study – studied
cry – cried
carry – carried
hurry – hurried

3. Adicionamos ed aos verbos terminados em
vogal + y

play – played
stay – stayed

4. Se o verbo terminar em sílaba tônica formada por
consoante/vogal/consoante
, dobramos a última consoante e acrescentamos ed.

stop – stopped
occur – occurred
drop – dropped
permit – permitted

5. Todos os outros verbos:
adicionamos ed

work – worked
kiss – kissed

a) Devemos usar didn’t (did not) para dizer não;
b) Usamos o didn’t para todas as pessoas;
c) O verbo principal volta para o normal ( infinitivo sem o to).
Então:
Usamos a forma didn’t + verbo no infinitivo sem o to, para todas pessoas. Exemplo de conjugação com o verbo to study (estudar) na forma negativa:

I didn’t study
you didn’t study
he didn’t study
she didn’t study
it didn’t study
we didn’t study
you didn’t study
they didn’t study

Interrogative Form
a) Devemos usar did antes de todas as pessoas para que a pergunta fique no passado;
b) O verbo principal volta para o normal ( infinitivo sem o to).
Então:
Usamos Did + sujeito + verbo no infinitivo sem o to, para todas as pessoas.
Exemplo de conjugação com o verbo to study (estudar) na forma interrogativa:

Did I study…?
Did you study...?
Did he study…?
Did she study…?
Did it study…?
Did we study…?
Did you study…?
Did they study…?

Exemplos de Verbos Irregulares:

Verbo -> Passado

eat -> ate
drink -> drank
sleep -> slept
go -> went
have -> had
make -> made
buy -> bought
think -> thought
see -> saw
come -> came
give -> gave
speak -> spoke

Thank you!
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