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Simple Past - Regular Verbs (Unit 10)

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Simple past
Regular Verbs

We use the
Past Simple
to talk about past events.
Normally, we use
Past Simple
with expressions
such as:
Yesterday
Last ................
(
night, week, year,
and so on)
Form of the

Simple Past

- Regular Verbs
1.- Form in
Affirmative statements
:
Subject + verb + -ed / -e / -ied + complement
For example:
My cousin
play
ed

soccer yesterday
+
+
2.- Form in
Negative statements
:
Subject + did not / didn't + verb + complement
For example:
My cousin + didn't + play + soccer yesterday
Spelling rules for
Regular verbs
1.-
For most verbs, add
-ed
For example
:
play
ed
, download
ed
, stay
ed
, call
ed
2.-
For verbs that end in
-e
, just add
-d
For example:
lov
e
d
, exercis
e
d
, lik
e
d
3.-
For verbs that end in a consonant +
y
,
change the
y
to
i
and add
-ed
For example:
stud
ied
, tr
ied
, marr
ied
4.-
For one-syllable verbs ending with the pattern
consonant-vowel-consonant
(CVC)
, double the
last consonant, then add
-ed
shopp
ed
, plann
ed
For example:
How to pronounce
-ed

The answer is, in 3 ways:

/id/
/t/
/d/
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