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Simple Past Tense(Regular Verbs)
Transcript of Simple Past Tense(Regular Verbs)
What Is The Function of
Simple Past Tense ?
Why do we use past tense
Practice 1 Page 137
Practice 2 page 139
We use the simple past tense for events
in the past.
singular (he,she.it)& plural Subject(we,they)(I, you)
us paint our kitchen.
up late last night.
to the news after dinner.
games in the living room.
form of the
EX: My roommate
pizza last night.
a computer until recently.
hard for my BA degree.
2-I cleaned the house with my mom
in dinner for her kids
chicken and rice for lunch or bak
t own a computer when I was a child.
6-I read books when I was young.
I didn't read books when I was young.
a microwave during my childhood.
a lot of TV when I was kid.
games when I was young.
on the telephone a lot when
I was a child.
plant a garden when I was kid.
dishes with my sister.
13- I visit
a lot of my friends when I was young.
being together with my family.
last night? Yes, she did/No,she didn't
Practice 4 Page 140
Practice 5 Page 140+141
1-Did she clean her room yesterday? Yes, she did/No, She didn't.
2- 1-Did she play any sports last summer ? Yes, she did/No, She didn't.
3-Did you listen to the radio last night?
Yes, I did/No, I didn't
Yes, I did. I watch a movie last night.
5- Did you
Yes, I did. I cooked pasta.
last night? No, I didn't.
visit your friends
Yes, I did. I visited my friends from university.
wash your cloths
yesterday? No, I didn't.
9- Did you
study at home
last month? Yes, I did.
Used to + the simple form of the verb a past habits or activities.
Ex: I used to smoke.
Practice 8 Page 143
1- have beard
Used to + simple form of a verb.
a: I used to live in Brazil.
b: We used to cook every day.
Didn't + use without -ed+simple form of a verb.
My parents didn't use to talk much.
unless the question word who or what is the grammatical subject there is no -d ending on use after did(n't).
to discuses things often?
your best friend
to live in New York?
to help you with your homework?
Did Joseph use to have beard? Yes, he did( He used to have beard.
Did Joseph use to wear glasses? No, he didn't( He didn't use to wear glasses.
Did Joseph use to be single? Yes, he did( He used to be single.)
Did Joseph use to be a salesperson? No, he didn't( He didn't use to be a salesperson.
Did Joseph use to be a student? yes, he did( He used to be a student.
Did Joseph use to smoke? Yes, he did( He used to smoke.
Did Joseph use to live in an apartment? Yes, he did( He used to live in an apartment.
Did Joseph use to live in suburbs ? No, he didn't( He didn't use to live in suburbs.
Did Joseph use live in the city? Yes, he did( He used to be live in the city.
Did Joseph use to have children ? No, he didn't( He didn't use to have children.
Did Joseph use to like poetry? Yes, he did( He used to like poetry.