I R R E G U L A R  V E R B S Raquel Fernández García & Andrea Martín Martín 2ºA
~ GRAMMAR ~ We use the past simple to say past actions. It's accompanied by expressions: yesterday, last night, last year,...
THE IRREGULAR VERBS DON'T USE RULES CAUTION!!!
WHAT ARE THE IRREGULAR VERBS ? exampleS~   · (to) be / am, are, is:ser, estar. Simple Past: was / were. Past Participle: b...
They form the past and past participle irregularly. For this they behave like regular verbs, add '-s' to the third person ...
Were you who  broke  the computer? No, I wasn't.
When will you  come ? Tomorrow, perhaps.
~THE END~ :)
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  1. 1. I R R E G U L A R V E R B S Raquel Fernández García & Andrea Martín Martín 2ºA
  2. 2. ~ GRAMMAR ~ We use the past simple to say past actions. It's accompanied by expressions: yesterday, last night, last year, last week,etc. The irregular verbs in past use the same form that all people.
  3. 3. THE IRREGULAR VERBS DON'T USE RULES CAUTION!!!
  4. 4. WHAT ARE THE IRREGULAR VERBS ? exampleS~ · (to) be / am, are, is:ser, estar. Simple Past: was / were. Past Participle: been. · (to) become : convertirse en, llegar a ser. Simple Past: became. Past Participle: become. · (to) begin : comenzar, empezar. Simple Past: began. Past Participle: begun. · (to) break : romper. Simple Past: broke. Past Participle: broken . · (to) buy : comprar. Simple Past: bought. Past Participle: bought. · (to) catch : coger. Simple Past: caught. Past Participle: caught. · (to) come : venir. Simple Past: came. Past Participle: come. · (to) do/does : hacer. Simple Past: did. Past Participle: done.
  5. 5. They form the past and past participle irregularly. For this they behave like regular verbs, add '-s' to the third person singular (except 'to be' and 'to have'). Are you having a shower? No, I am not.
  6. 6. Were you who broke the computer? No, I wasn't.
  7. 7. When will you come ? Tomorrow, perhaps.
  8. 8. ~THE END~ :)
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