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SIMPLE PAST TENSE
Transcript of SIMPLE PAST TENSE
►Subject + did + not + verb infinitive + complement
►Subject + didn’t + verb infinitive + complement
Subject + Verb (past) + Complement.
♥ She sang in the concert.
♥ Finn visited to the princess.
♥ They did not go to the party
♥ He didn’t eat much.
Did + subject + verb infinitive + Complement.
Did they tell you?
►Yes, they did.
Two days ago
►She danced last saturday.
►He didn't sleep last night.
Continuos Past Tense
SIMPLE PAST TENSE
The Simple Past tense is used to describe actions that have happened at an earlier time and have already completed.
They didn't like the dinner last week.
What did you do two days ago?
I was playing Basketball.
What did you do this morning?
I was study with my friend
Who did you hurt yourself?
I wasn't carefull. I didn't see the tree.
Was he writing last night?
Was elevator working?
Yes,it as working this morning.
Why were they singing?
They were singing because today is the Maria's Day.
Subject+past To be+verb+ing
My parents were watching TV
We were making dinner.
My sister wasn't come to school yesterday.
You weren't doing the shopping.
Was it getting dark?
Yes, i was.
Were you dancing last night?
No, I wasn't. I was sleeping at home.
Wasn't/Weren't + sujeto + verbo en forma -ing...?
Andrea wasn't making her homework?
No, she was playing.
Weren't we drinking beer last friday ?
No, we were drinking whiskey.
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