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Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
Past progressive and Past continuous
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Past progressive and Past continuous

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Além do meu conteúdo, encontrei por aqui outros, a qual juntei e coloquei no meu slide. Os créditos de ajudas se encontram no final do slide.

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  • 1. The emphasis: “ I was talking to the rats”.
  • 2. Pronouns Positive Negative Question I/HE/SHE/IT I was walking I was not walking Was I walking? YOU/WE/THEY You were walking You were not walking Were you walking?
  • 3. Exceptions in spelling when adding (ing) Example Final e is dropped (but: (ee) is not changed Leave- Leaving But Agree-Agreeing After a short, stressed vowel, the final consonant is doubled Sit-Sitting Put-Putting Final (ie) becomes (y) Lie-Lying
  • 4. Example: She was brushing her hair. Example: While she was preparing dinner, he was washing the dishes. Example: When I was having breakfast, the phone suddenly rang. when, while, as long as
  • 5. The simple past is used to talk about actions or situations in the past. Examples:  First, I went to supermarket.Then, I had lunch.  I visited my cousins last weekend.  I saw her boyfriend yesterday.
  • 6. Regular Verbs  - Affirmations  The verbs in the simple past consist of particle ED at the end, and for that, you must follow some rules:  - Verbs ending in E has only earn D: dance=danced  - Verbs ending in a consonant + y, lose and gain IED Y: = Studied study.  - Verbs ending in a vowel + y, just make ED: play = played.  - Verbs ending in consonant + vowel + consonant, double the last consonant and earn ED: stop = stopped
  • 7.  irregular verbs  - Affirmations  The affirmative sentences with irregular verbs make up the subject if + past simple of the verb:  - I saw  - She said  Interrogations (regular and irregular)  The questions in the simple past of the auxiliary DID ask for help (past DO) + the normal form of the verb:  - Did you drink?  - Did she sleep?
  • 8.  * Note that those in the past is the auxiliary DID, the main verb remains in its basic form.  Negative form  Add the DID + NOT (did not) after the subject (is for everyone):  - You did not drink. (You did not take.)  - She did not sleep. (She did not sleep.)
  • 9. Signal Words of Simple Past yesterday, 2 minutes ago, in 1990, the other day, last Friday If-Satz Typ II (If I talked, …)
  • 10. http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/past-progressive http://professoramarissandra.blogspot.com.br/ https://www.google.com.br/ http://www.slideshare.net/ehugas http://www.infoescola.com/ingles/passado-simples-simple-past/ http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/simple-past
  • 11. UNIVERSIDADE DO ESTADO DO RIO DE JANEIRO (UERJ) FACUDADE DE FORMAÇÃO DE PROFESSORES Alunos: Alberson Santos Ellen dos Santos Erikson Santos Monique Sampaio Thyrza Bonometti Sara Avelinos. Língua Inglesa II Professora Vera.

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