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    • was /were
    • was/wereAm/is (present): was(past)I am tired.(now) I was tired last nightWhere is luis?(now) where was luis yesterdayThe weather is nice today the westher was nice last weekAre(present): were(past)You are late (now) you were late yesterdayThey aren’t here (now they weren’t here last sunday
    • Positive negative questionI I I?he he was not he?she was she (whasn’t) was she?it it it?We we we?You were you were not were you?They they (weren’t) they?
    • Examples: Last year amy was 22, so she’s 23 now When I was a child, Iwas afraid of dogs. We were hungry after the trip, but we weren’t tired. The hotel was comfortable, but it wasn’t expensive. Was the weather nice. When you were on vacation? Those shoes are nice. Were they expensive? Why were you late this morning?.
    • Short answersYes, I/he/she/it was were/you/they wereNo, I/he/she/it wasn’t were/you/they weren’t
    • Examples: Were you late? “No, I wasn’t.” Was Scott at work yesterday.? “Yes, he was.” Were Amy and Matt at the party.? “No, they weren’t”
    • Simple Past: worked,got,went,ectThe simple past is often –ed (regular verbs).For example: Work worked trabajar They worked in the office yesterday
    • Clean cleaned limpiar She cleaned the house
    • dance danced bailar They danced in the disco
    • brush brused cepillarThis morning. He brushed his teeth
    • IRREGULAR VERBSSome verbs are irregular. Their simple past is not-ed. Here are some important irregular verbs build built construir He built a house last week
    • buy bought comprarShe bought clothing and shoes yesterday
    • drink drank beberHe drank a glass of water last night
    • eat ate comerThey ate sanduche in the school
    • give gave dar He gave his hand to her
    • go went irHe went to the doctor yesterday
    • have had tenerHe had a ice cream in his hand last saturday
    • put put poner She put a bag in the car
    • write wrote escribirShe wrote the lesson on the board
    • Win won ganarHe won a competition in Spain last year
    • Pay paid pagar He paid his debts last night
    • We used did in simple past, negative, and questions Base form Positive play I played star we started watch you watched have they had see he saw do she did go it went
    • NEGATIVE I play you start he did not watch she have it (didn’t) see we dothey go
    • QUESTIONS I play ? You start ? He watch ?did She have ? It see ? We do ? they go ?
    • Do / does (present) did (past)I don’t watch television very oftenI didn’t watch television yesterday. (past) Does she go out often? Did she go out last night? (past)
    • We use did / didn’t + base form (watch/play/go,etc.)Positive NegativeI warched I didn’t watch (not I didn’t watched)He had he didn’t haveThey went did they go? (not did they went?)You did did you do ?I played tennis yesterday, but I didn’t win.Did oyu do your homework? No,I didn’t have time.We went to the movies, but we didn’t enjoy the film.
    • Study the word order in questions: did + subject + base form Did your sister call you ?What did you do last night ?How did the accident happen?Where did you parents go for vacation?
    • I/we/you/theyYes, did. he/she/it I/ we/you/theyNo, didn’t he/she/itExamples:Did you see Joe yesteday? No, I didn’t.Did it rain on Sunday? Yes, it did.Did Helen come to the party? No, she didn’t.