PAST TIME PAST SIMPLE, PAST PROGRESSIVE, PAST PERFECT SIMPLE AND PROGRESSIVE
PAST SIMPLE Completed actions that Took place at a definite Time in the past Permanent situations  In the past Completed a...
PAST  PROGRESSIVE An action that was  In progress at a Definite time In the past Actions happening At the same Time in the...
PAST PERFECT SIMPLE For a past event  That was completed Before Another past  Event  For a past event That was completed B...
PAST PERFECT PROGRESSIVE To emphasize the duration Of an action that had been In progress up to a moment In the past or be...
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  1. 1. PAST TIME PAST SIMPLE, PAST PROGRESSIVE, PAST PERFECT SIMPLE AND PROGRESSIVE
  2. 2. PAST SIMPLE Completed actions that Took place at a definite Time in the past Permanent situations In the past Completed actions that took Place one after the Other in the past (story-telling, narratives) Past habits or Repeated actions In the past Peter won first prize In the art competition John lived in Ireland for 15 years (He doesn´t live there anymore ) Sue woke up, washed her Face and had breakfast When Paul was younger, He often went fishing with His father.
  3. 3. PAST PROGRESSIVE An action that was In progress at a Definite time In the past Actions happening At the same Time in the past An action that was in Progress when a Shorter one Interrupted it Background Scenes to A story Temporary States or actions Repeated actions Or Annoying habits
  4. 4. PAST PERFECT SIMPLE For a past event That was completed Before Another past Event For a past event That was completed Before a definite Time in the past With adjectives In the superlative Degree and Expressions such as The first, the only By the time we arrived The film has started Angela had finished Cooking by 11.30 am That was the first I Had been to Paris
  5. 5. PAST PERFECT PROGRESSIVE To emphasize the duration Of an action that had been In progress up to a moment In the past or before Another past event For an action whose duration Cause visible results later Or in the past He had been teaching For 35 years when He retired When they came back From the beach, their skin Was red. They had been Lying in the sun for 5 hours

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