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Simple Past Tense(irregular Verbs)

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Hessanah Alabdali

on 5 September 2014

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Transcript of Simple Past Tense(irregular Verbs)

Irregular Verbs
These are called
irregular verbs
because they
don’t follow
the regular pattern(
-ed
).

Part 2: Irregular Verbs
Teach >> Taught
Give >> Gave
Become >> Became
Do >>Did

Let's Practice
let
read
were
was
slept
took
had
went
cost
left
spent
invited
was
rang
got
drove
caught
thought
began
got
took
bought
knew
had
began
read
made
grew
lost
tell
bought
correct
Were
built
English has two types of verbs in the past:
How do we form the Simple past tense
Regular
Irregular
Example of past tense verb
Walk >> Walked
Study >> Studied
Cry >> Cried
Live >> Lived
Teach >> Taught
Give >> Gave
Become >> Became
Do >>Did
WH_ Questions
The past tense of be
Regular
Irregular
Yes/No questions

Affirmative:

Was
singular nouns + pronouns such as
I he she it this and that
.
EX:
Mario

was
at home last night
She

was
with her sister last weekend

Were
plural nouns + pronouns such as
you we they these and those.
EX:
Our children

were
born on Osaka.
You

were
with your sister last weekend.


Negative

Verb to be (was /were)
+
not
Was not Negative
Verb to be (was /were) + not
Was not

wasn’t

I was not on the Internet last night.

Were not

weren’t
we weren’t hungry yesterday.


Affirmative
Mario was at home last night
Was Mario at home last night?
Verb to be
+
S
+O
+
the rest?
EX: Was your mother in Columbia last week?
Yes, she was / No, she wasn’t.
Were you asleep at 100:00 last night ?
Yes, I was/ No, I wasn’t.

Negative
Verb to be
+
NOT
+
S
+
O
+
the rest?
EX: Wasn’t the cat inside this afternoon? Yes, she was/ No, she wasn’t
Weren’t those sofas expensive? Yes, they were/ No they weren’t.
Let's Practice
Practice 2

When
if
after
when
When
as soon as
after
When
When
after
because
if
when I go to new places
after a good night of sleep
because I believe in myself
if my students didn't participate
1- I like the country,
but
I live in the city
2-Tony shares an apartment with four other men,
so
it's crowded.
3-We bought a microwave
and
a coffee maker.
4-I went to bed early last night,
but
I couldn't sleep.
5-Do you want to eat at home tonight?,
or
do you want to go to a restaurant?
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