FACULTY OF POLITICAL AND
ADMINISTRATIVE
SCHOOL OF LAW
TOPIC: PAST SIMPLE
MEMBERS:
BELEN QUINTANILA
PAMELA QUINTANILLA
In the first case, irregular verbs are so
called not to follow a certain pattern and
in this case must be studied individu...
exceptions:
For verbs that end in an "e", just add "-d.
examples:
change → changed
believe → Believed
If the verb ends in ...
(SIMPLE PAST TENSE)
Simple Past tense is used to describe actions that
have happened at an earlier time and have
already c...
NEGATIVE SENTENCES WITH SIMPLE PAST TENSE: Both the
negative interrogative as auxiliary DID is used as it is the past form...
Use the Simple Past to express the idea that an action
started and finished at a specific time in the past.
Sometimes, the...
EXAMPLE:
Did I like the movie last night?
Did you notice Julia's new dress?
Did you miss me last week?
Did they arrive thi...
Yes, no answers (positive) yes, no aswers (negative)
Yes, I did No, I didn't
Yes, you did No, you didn't
Yes, he did No, h...
• Partícula interrogativa + did
+ sujeto + verbo conjugado
• What did you sing?
¿Qué cantabas?
• wh questions:
what
where
...
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  1. 1. FACULTY OF POLITICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCHOOL OF LAW TOPIC: PAST SIMPLE MEMBERS: BELEN QUINTANILA PAMELA QUINTANILLA
  2. 2. In the first case, irregular verbs are so called not to follow a certain pattern and in this case must be studied individually. accept accepted answer answered arrive arrived ask asked belong belonged change changed clean cleaned climb climbed close closed To form the past simple regular verbs, add the suffix "-ed" to the verb. The shape is the same for all persons (I, you, he, she, it, we, THEY).
  3. 3. exceptions: For verbs that end in an "e", just add "-d. examples: change → changed believe → Believed If the verb ends in a short vowel and a consonant (except "y" or "w"), double the final consonant. examples: stop → stopped commit → Committed With verbs that end in a consonant and a "y", change the "y" with an "i". examples: study → Studied try → tried
  4. 4. (SIMPLE PAST TENSE) Simple Past tense is used to describe actions that have happened at an earlier time and have already completed, for example: Sujeto + verb past+ complement I liked the movie last night. He pronounced the words well. You noticed Julia's new dress. You missed me last week. They arrived this morning. She used the correct word. She invited him to her party.
  5. 5. NEGATIVE SENTENCES WITH SIMPLE PAST TENSE: Both the negative interrogative as auxiliary DID is used as it is the past form of the verb "TO DO" and accompanies the main verb in its infinitive form. Negations can be used in the contracted form of DID or DID NOT. Subject+ did + infinitive verb
  6. 6. Use the Simple Past to express the idea that an action started and finished at a specific time in the past. Sometimes, the speaker may not actually mention the specific time, but they do have one specific time in mind.
  7. 7. EXAMPLE: Did I like the movie last night? Did you notice Julia's new dress? Did you miss me last week? Did they arrive this morning? Did she use the correct word? Did we wait for you after class? Did she invite him to her party? Did I expect to see her yesterday? Did they receive a letter this morning?
  8. 8. Yes, no answers (positive) yes, no aswers (negative) Yes, I did No, I didn't Yes, you did No, you didn't Yes, he did No, he didn't Yes, she did No, she didn't Yes, it did No, it didn't Yes, we did No, we didn't Yes, they did No, they didn't
  9. 9. • Partícula interrogativa + did + sujeto + verbo conjugado • What did you sing? ¿Qué cantabas? • wh questions: what where who when why whose how which "Wh-Questions" (using words like "What", "When" and "Where") are also created using the auxiliary did before the subject (or moving the verb "To Be", as explained above). Then, add the "WH-questions" in the beginning. " 'Wh' Questions where did I go? what did you play? what did he cook? why did she listen? when did it rain? where did we eat? how did they travel?
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