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Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
Inglês nivel ii class ii
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  • 1. INGLÊS TÉCNICO 02 29/8/2012 @SIMPLE PAST @CONDICIONALHÁLISSON NIVEL II
  • 2. @ O simple past é usado quando nos referimos a eventos que ocorreram em um tempo detrminado no passado.@ Sendo assim, podemos concluir que o Simple Past é usado:@ Para ações que se completaram no passado em tempo definido estabelecido na frase. Ex: He died in 1908. (Ele morreu em 1908).@ Em contextos que nos reportem ao passado, mesmo desprovido de indicação temporal. Ex: I’m sorry about last night. The train was 10 minutes late. (Desculpe-me sobre a noite passada. O trem estava 10 minutos atrasado).
  • 3. @REGULAR@IRREGULAR
  • 4. @-ed for all persons Play  played Work  worked Stay  stayed Listen  listened
  • 5. @1) Double the consonant if the consonant is stressed stop – stopped swap - swapped@2)Add only –d, when the verb ends with –e love – loved save – saved@3)Verbs ending in y preceded by a consonant: Change y to i Then add -ed. hurry - he hurried (watch out! play – played)
  • 6. @The form CHANGES from infinitives, usually with a vowel change.@Can be grouped according to certain change patterns, which helps to memorize them.
  • 7. @@@@@
  • 8. Iheshe wasit you were we they
  • 9. @Actions that started and finished in the past @I went to the beach last Sunday @I bought a new car yesterday.
  • 10. @Actions that happened one after the other in the past (like in a story) @He came in, took off his coat and sat down. @I went into the disco and I saw my favourite girl, then I asked her to dance,...
  • 11. DID NOT + VERB (base form) Example: I did not work yesterday or I didn’t work yesterdayINCORRECT: I didn’t worked
  • 12. WAS / WERE + NOTExamples: I was not at school yesterday afternoon or I wasn’t at school yesterday afternoon They were not at home last weekend or They weren’t at home last weekend
  • 13. DID + subject + main verb + rest of sentence + ? Example: Did you work yesterday? - Yes, I did. - No, I didn’t.
  • 14. WAS / WERE + subject + rest of sentence + ?Example: Were you at home last weekend? - Yes, I was. - No, I wasn’t.
  • 15. @Positive sentences: @I played football yesterday @I went home early on Saturday@Negative sentences: @I didn’t play football yesterday @I didn’t go home early on Saturday@Yes/No questions: @Did you play football yesterday? @Did you go home early in Saturday?
  • 16. @Positive sentences: @I was in London last year@Negative sentences: -They weren’t at home last weekend@Yes/No questions: @Were you ill yesterday?

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