Simple Past TenseThe simple past tense is used to talk about actionsthat happened at a specific time in the past. Youstate when it happened using a time adverb.You form the simple past of a verb by adding -edonto the end of a regular verb but, irregularverb forms have to be learned.
Simple Past TThe structure for positive sentence in the simple past tense is: Subject V2
The structure for negative in the simple past tense is: auxiliarysubject + + not + main verb verbSubject Auxiliary not Main verb past
The structure forquestion sentences in the simple past tenseis:Auxiliary verb Subject Main verb
Example: SubjectThe co-founder of Apple diedOctober 5, 2011at the age of 56. V.2
Example: Subject V.2Steve Jobs steppeddown as Apples chiefexecutive in Augustbecause of his health.
Example: Subject V.2Obama said that he madethe informationrevolution accessible andfun.
Steve Jobs made technology fun. The co-founder of Apple diedOctober 5, 2011 at1.wmv the ageof 56. He fought for years against cancer.
People gathered outside his housein Palo Alto, California, and at Applestores around the world to say good-bye.
Tim Bajarin is president of CreativeStrategies, a high-tech research and consulting company.
"If you actually look at a tech leader,they’re really happy if they have one hitin their life. Steve Jobs has the Apple II,the Mac, the iPod, the iPhone, the iPad and Pixar.”
Although Steve Jobs’ parents supportedhis early interest in electronics, he wasa college dropout.
He and his friend Steve Wozniakstarted Apple Computer -- now just called Apple -- in 1976.
They stayed at the company until 1985. That year, Steve Wozniak went back tocollege and Steve Jobs left in a fight with the chief executive.
Mr. Jobs then formed his owncompany, called NeXT Computer.He rejoined Apple in 1997 after it bought NeXT.
Apple was in bad shape then. Jobshelpedturn it into one of themost valuable companies in the world today.
Steve Wozniak, speaking onCNN, talked abouthis longtimefriend as a "great leader" and a"marketing genius."
President Obama said that Steve Jobs madecomputers personal, and that he put theInternet in our pockets. Obama said that hemade theinformation revolution accessibleand fun."
Steve Jobs stepped down asApples chief executive in August because of his health.
Activity 11. The teacher draws a slot.2. The person who have his/her name in the slot has to answer question.3. You will get the reward if you answer correctly .
a. Steve Jobs, and what he will do in his life. 1.Based on the title of this article,”Steve Jobs Is Remembered”, this article will probably be about………… a. Steve Jobs, and what he will do in his life. c. The things Steve Jobs remembered in his life. b. Steve Jobs, and what he did in his life.
2. What did Steve Jobs do? a. He gave us exciting newtechnology. b. He found a cure for cancer.
b. False 3. Steve Jobs died of cancer a. True b. False
4. How do people rememberSteve Jobs? a. He was a great leader. b. He was a bad student. b. He was a bad student. d. He made technology fun.
5. Steve Jobs graduated fromcollege. a. True b. False
6. What year did Steve Jobs and SteveWazniak stop working at AppleComputer? a.2011 b.1985 c.1976 d.1997
7. Steve Jobs was the…………..a. President of b. Reporter onCreative Strategies CNN c. Co-founder of Apple
1. Make a group of four.2. There will be a debate between two group.3. The representative of the two groups picks up the topic for the debate.4. Enjoy the topic chosen