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  • 1. Amani Al-Mutairi
    06120015
    EDU401
  • 2. This is a power point presentation in which we are going to explaine The Simple Past Tense along with examples and activities.
  • 3. Past Tense
  • 4. What is Past Tense?
    • Pasttense refers to a verb tense that expresses actions or states in the past.
    • 5. It is verb form that show action that has already taken place.
  • Form of the Verb
    • A regular past form ends in –ed or –d.
    Examples:
    • He played football yesterday.
    • 6. He arrived last night.
  • Form of the Verb
    • Some verbs have an irregular past form.
    Examples:
  • Form of the Verb
    NOTE
    The Past Simple is the same in all persons expect in the past tense of be.
  • 10. Form of the Verb
    Present Past Past Participle
    I amwas
    He
    She is wasbeen
    It
    We
    You are were
    They
  • 11. Past Tense
    The Simple Past Tense is usual with words or phrases that are time indicators:
    Examples:
    Yesterday, last, ago, in the past, in 1973
  • 12. Forming a negative
    Negatives in the simple past are formed by adding didn't (informal)or did not (formal)before the simple form of the verb.
    Example:
    The car did not stop.
    She did not read.
  • 13. Forming a negative
    The verb BE is an exception to this; in the case of BE, we just add n't (informal) or not (formal) after "was" or "were“.
    Example:
    He was not a teacher.
    They were not playing.
  • 14. Activity
  • 15. Choose the correct answer:
    1-The past form of ( have ) is :
    haved
    had
    did
  • 16. Choose the correct answer:
    2- The past form of (bring)
  • Write the negative form:
    • Ali was an English teacher.
    • 19. Amal and Mona went to the school.
    • 20. They were in the room.
  • Thank you

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