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PAST SIMPLE

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Núria Fernández Cuevas

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Transcript of PAST SIMPLE

AFFIRMATIVE

INTRODUCTION

QUESTION
VERBS
NEGATIVE
Juliana Gutiérrez Ramírez
Núria Fernández Cuevas
Group A
.
.
INTRODUCTION
I
You
He/She/It
We
They

AFFIRMATIVE PAST SIMPLE
REGULAR VERBS
Social
I
You
He/She/It
We
They
PAST SIMPLE
The verbs ended in '-e' we only '
d
'
Example: Live-Live
d
Phone-Phone
d
The verbs ended in 'y' we
add
'
ied
' and
erase
the '
y
'
Example: Study-Stud
ied
Try-Tried
NEGATIVE
And now, let's study!
THE END
The structure can also be with question word
SOCIAL NETWORKS
We use the past simple to talk about finished actions in the past
The past simple is the same for all the people
Some verbs change when they're in the past, but in other cases we only have to put
ed

uploaded
it in the internet
Found
it in Wikipedia
Most of the verbs we only add '
ed
'
Example: Work-Work
ed
Happen-Happen
ed
IRREGULAR VERBS
didn't

check my ask yesterday

"
Didn't
" is for all the pronouns
When we put "
didn't
"

the verb must be in infinitive
Some verbs aren't the same in the past. You must remember them:
Subject
+
DIDN'T
+
Complement
didn't

watch videos on
Youtube last week
QUESTION
DID
I
you
he/she/it
we
they
DID
SUBJECT
VERB IN INFINITIVE
share
her photo

see

the video of the cat
listen
StolenDance song in spotify
+
+
QUASI
WAS/WERE FORM POSITIVE
I
He/She/It

You
We
They
Was
Were
on line at 7 o'clock
WAS/WERE FORM NEGATIVE
I
was
on Facebook at 1 a.m
You
were
on line at WhatsApp
She
was
happy with her new Twitter
I
He/she/it

We
You
They
wasn't
weren't
on line at 7 o'clock
WAS/WERE INTERROGATIVE FORM
I
He/she/it

We
You
They
Was
Were
on line at 7 o'clock
on line at 7 o'clock
I
wasn't
on Facebook at 1 a.m
You
weren't
on line at WhatsApp
She
wasn't
happy with her new Twitte
Were
you on Facebook at 1 a.m?
Was
she happy with her new Twitter?
Were
they on line at WhatsApp?
on line at 7 o'clock.
on line at 7 o'clock.
ACTIVITIES
I
was
in the class this morning
Did
you
ask
what you don't know?
You
weren't
at the cinema
You
didn't
go to Cocoa Mataró.
You
played
basketball last week.
Were
you hungry?

ANSWER
I _ in the class this morning (to be)

_ you _ what you don't know? (ask)

You _at the cinema (be not)

You _ go to Cocoa Mataró.

You _ basketball last week. (play)

_ you hungry?
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