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    Past simple questions Past simple questions Presentation Transcript

    • Maribel Moreno MartínezCEIP Salvador Dalí (Villalbilla)
    •  As in the present simple, to make questions using “was” or “were” we only have to write “was/were” at the beginning of the sentence and then the subject:Ex. Were you at school yesterday? Was he with you this morning?
    • Interrogative Was I ? Were you? Was he? Was she? Was it?Were we?Were you?Were they?
    • To form the interrogative form in the past of regular and irregular verbs, we need the auxiliary “did”. We write it at the beginning of the sentence. Remember that when we use the auxiliary “did” the main verb in the sentence stays in the infinitive form.Ex. Did he go to school yesterday?
    • Interrogative Did I run?Did you break? Did he stop? Did she buy? Did it drink?Did we watch?Did you study?Did they see?
    • Where did they go?
    • a) They went shoppingb) They goed shoppingc) They go shopping
    • Great!!!
    • No!!! Try again
    • What did he do?
    • a) He playing footballb) He played footballc) He plaied football
    • Great!!!
    • No!!! Try again
    • What did she do?
    • a) She rided her bikeb) She rode her bikec) She riden her bike
    • Great!!!
    • No!!! Try again
    • What did he do?
    • a) He playeing the drumsb) He plays the drumsc) He played the drums
    • Great!!!
    • No!!! Try again
    • Write these sentences inthe interrogative form:1. We were tired yesterday ______________________________2. She broke her leg ______________________________3. John ran for an hour ______________________________4. He danced all night long ______________________________5. The baby clapped his hands ______________________________