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Simple past

  1. 1. Simple Past By exposure: Katerin Fernández Adriana Cuevas John Jairo García Fabio Gómez
  2. 2. Intoduction There are different ways to form the past simple we will consider each step At the end of this lesson I will give you simple past test
  3. 3. Add -ed The first and the easiest way is simply adding-ed to the verb we want to change For example: Walk - Walked Start - Started Call - Called Note: this can not be done with all verbs
  4. 4. Add -D There are some verbs that end in a vowel that unlike previous saw mind these only require that we add one D to pass a simple past. For example: Close -------- Closed Smile -------- Smiled Bake -------- Baked Tie --------- Tied
  5. 5. Double consonant more -ed Some verbs ending in a vowel followed by a consonant is added another consonant and ED to change it to simple past. This happens when the last syllable is tonic. For example: Stop ---------- Stopped Tap ----------- Tapped Prefer --------- Preferred
  6. 6. Exepcion double consonant We can not repeat the final consonant if: The verb ends in a vowel more consonant if the last syllable is unstressed --- Open ----------- Opened --- Visit ------------ Visited --- Target --------- Targeted The verb ends with two more consonant vowel. Tread -------- Treaded Pour --------- Poured
  7. 7. Change “Y” by -ied When you have a word that ends in "Y" and the simple past you happen to go to replace the "Y" for-ied. For example: Cry ---------- Cried Try ----------- Tried Exception: When the verb ends in a vowel more "Y" then add nothing more-ed Play -------- Played
  8. 8. Test Forming the simple past of the following verbs Hike Slay Talk Listen Label Fry

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