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  • 1.
    • It´s used to talk about events in the past.
    • It´s often used to tell a story …
    Past Simple
  • 2.
    • She walked into the room
    • and looked around.
    • There was a knock on the door.
    • She opened it and saw …..
    Example:
  • 3. Affirmative form
    • For regular verbs
    • we add -ed
    • to the infinitive form of the verb.
  • 4. For example:
    • I work hard.
    • She walk
    • in the park.
    • They laugh
    • at the joke.
    ed ed ed
  • 5. Form
    • For irregular verbs
    • There are no rules.
    • Each irregular verb has its own
    • past simple, and these can only
    • be learnt by heart.
  • 6. Infinitive Past ate saw went left leave see go eat
  • 7. Negative form
    • We form the negative of the Past Simple with
    • didn´t (did not) + the infinitive without ‘to’
    • Affirmative Negative
    • She ate pears. She didn´t eat grapes.
    • He played soccer . He didn´t play basketball.
    • They went to a wedding They didn´t go to a birthday
    • party. party.
  • 8. Sitios consultados:
    • http://images.google.com
    • http://208.43.114.248/~icalweb/wiki/index.php?title=Past_Simple
    • http://www.welcometoenglishandfun.com/grammar/pdf/Talking%20about%20the%20past.pdf

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