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    Past Simple Forms Past Simple Forms Presentation Transcript

    • PAST SIMPLE (Aff.) Study (reg.) Come (irr.) I studied came You studied came He / She / It studied came We studied came You studied came They studied came
    • Examples • Last year I worked in a secondary school. • Last week you came to school everyday. • Pedro studied English and French two years ago. • María drove her father’s car yesterday. • The cat ate all its foot last night. • Pedro, María and I went dancing last Friday. • “You, boys and girls, watched too much TV on Sunday.” • Pedro and María went out for dinner on Friday evening.
    • PAST SIMPLE (Neg.) (General) I did I didn’t You did You didn’t He / She / It did not + Inf. He / She / It didn’t + Inf. We did We didn’t You did You didn’t They did They didn’t
    • PAST SIMPLE (Neg.) Study (regular verb) I did I didn’t You did You didn’t He / She / It did He / She / It didn’t not study study We did We didn’t You did You didn’t They did They didn’t
    • PAST SIMPLE (Neg.) Come (irregular verb) I did I didn’t You did You didn’t He / She / It did not come He / She / It didn’t come We did We didn’t You did You didn’t They did They didn’t
    • Examples • I didn’t like the film on TV last night. • You didn’t do your homework last week. • Pedro didn’t study at this school. • María didn’t want to go out with me. • The cat didn’t eat the piece of chicken I left. • Pedro, María and I didn’t go swimming the day before yesterday. • “You, boys and girls, didn’t work enough for the exam.” • Pedro and María didn’t enjoy the film at the cinema.
    • PAST SIMPLE (Int.) (General) I Did you Did Did he / she / it + infinitive ? Did we Did you Did they
    • PAST SIMPLE (Int.) Study (regular verb) I Did you Did Did he / she / it study ? Did we Did you Did they
    • PAST SIMPLE (Int.) Come (irregular verb) Did I Did you Did he / she / it come ? Did we Did you Did they
    • Examples • Did I write this? • Did you eat all the cake? • Did Pedro work in a bank when he was young? • Did María go out with Pedro? • Did the cat eat all its food? • Did Pedro, María and I go jogging yesterday? • “You, boys and girls, did you do some revision for the exam?” • Did Pedro and María go out together?
    • Short Answers • Did I write this? Yes, you did. // No, you didn’t. • Did you eat all the cake? Yes, I did. // No, I didn’t. • Did Pedro work in a bank when he was young? Yes, he did. // No, he didn’t. • Did María go out with Pedro? Yes, she did. // No, she didn’t. • Did the cat eat all its food? Yes, it did. // No, it didn’t. • Did Pedro, María and I go jogging yesterday? Yes, you did. // No, you didn’t. • “You, boys and girls, did you do some revision for the exam?” Yes, we did. // No, we didn’t. • Did Pedro and María go out together? Yes, they did. // No, they didn’t.