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  • 1. THE PAST TENSE 2nd ESO
  • 2. We use the past tense when we talk about things we did in the past:
    • I played tennis yesterday.
    • They went swimming last week.
    • She finished her homework an hour ago .
  • 3. I play tennis every day How do we say these things when we talk about the present? They go swimming on Tuesdays. She finishes her homework at 5 o’clock.
  • 4. REGULAR VERBS
    • I work ed a lot.
    • He play ed a game.
    • They studi ed Maths.
    • You stopp ed talking.
    • I didn’t work.
    • He didn’t play.
    • They didn’t study.
    • You didn’t stop.
    • Did you work?
    • Did he play?
    • Did they study?
  • 5. IRREGULAR VERBS
    • I went home at 6.
    • He ate a sandwich.
    • They ran to school.
    • You gave me a book.
    • I didn’t go home.
    • He didn’t eat.
    • They didn’t run.
    • You didn’t give me a book.
    • Did you go home?
    • Did he eat ?
  • 6. SHORT ANSWERS
    • Did you go to school yesterday?
    .Yes , I did. . No, I didn’t. · Did they eat a sandwich? . Yes, they did. . No, they didn’t.
  • 7. FULL ANSWERS
    • What time did you go home?
    • - I went home at 6.
    • · Where did he play tennis?
    • - He played tennis in Barcelona.
  • 8. NOW YOU DO IT!
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