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  • 1. I R R E G U L A R V E R B S Raquel Fernández García & Andrea Martín Martín 2ºA
  • 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. THE IRREGULAR VERBS DON'T USE RULES CAUTION!!!
  • 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. 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. Were you who broke the computer? No, I wasn't.
  • 7. When will you come ? Tomorrow, perhaps.
  • 8. ~THE END~ :)

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