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    • Simple Past – Verbos IrregularesAs formas do Simple Past dos verbos irregulares variam de um para outro e, portanto, devem ser memorizadas. Como no caso dos verbos regulares, os irregulares têm uma forma única para todas as pessoas. to go (ir)  went to do (fazer)  did to see (ver)  saw to come (vir)  comeBobCheck: Essas mudanças só são válidas nas formas afirmativas.
    • Para os verbos regulares, a forma do passado é igual à do particípio passado.No caso dos irregulares, às vezes acontece o mesmo, mas muitos têm formas para o passado distintas do particípio passado:O particípio passado é necessário para a formação dos tempos perfeitos (Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Future Perfect etc.) e também para a voz passiva, assuntos que serão tratados mais adiante. Essas formas de particípio dos verbos irregulares devem ser memorizadas junto com as do passado. Passado Particípio passado (v.r.) to help (ajudar) helped helped (v.i.) to buy (comprar) bought bought (v.i.) to eat (comer) ate eaten
    • Complete as frases com o Simple Past dos verbos entre parênteses.1. Castro Alves _________ socially engaged poetry agains slavery. (to write)2. Leonardo da Vinci _________ years painting the Mona Lisa. (to spend)3. In the history of Brazil, Bahia is where it all _____________. (to begin)4. One day a man __________ home from work and __________ total chaos in his house. (to come – to find)5. The Mona Lisa __________ even more famous in 1911 when it was stolen from the Louvre Museum. (to become)6. In 2010 the International Olympic Committee __________ the city of Rio de Janeiro to stage the 2016 Olympic Games. (to choose)7. Mr. Jones _________ blind and crippled and he never ___________ his room. (to be) (to leave)8. Santos-Dumont ___________ a heavier – than – air machine for the first time in 1906. (to fly)
    • Complete as frases com o Simple Past dos verbos entre parênteses.1. Castro Alves wrote socially engaged poetry agains slavery.2. Leonardo da Vinci spent years painting the Mona Lisa.3. In the history of Brazil, Bahia is where it all began.4. One day a man came home from work and found total chaos in his house.5.6. The Mona Lisa became even more famous in 1911 when it was stolen from the Louvre Museum.7.6. In 2010 the International Olympic Committee chose the city of Rio de Janeiro to stage the 2016 Olympic Games.7. Mr. Jones was blind and crippled and he never left his room.8. Santos-Dumont flew a heavier – than – air machine for the first time in 1906.