WHENTO USE IT?
WE USETHE PAST SIMPLE FORTHINGSTHAT STARTED INTHE
PAST AND ALSO FINISHED INTHE PAST.
I went shopping.
He drove to the school.
They bought some clothes.
I didn´t go shopping.
He didn´t drive to the school.
They didn´t buy some clothes.
Did I go shopping?
Did He drive to the school.?
Did They buy some clothes?
2 Different Options
For regular verbs, we only add
“ed” at the end of the verb.
1. Verbs ending in –e, only add a –d at the end
2. Verbs ending in a consonant + -y, add –ied
3. Verbs with one syllable ending in CVC form,
double the last consonant.
4. Verbs with 2 or more syllables ending in the CVC
form and with the last stressed syllable
5. Verbs ending in one vowel + -L, double the –L
before the –ed
Verbs ending in –e, only add a –d
at the end
Verbs ending in a
consonant + -y, add –
Carry - Carried
There is no specific rule for the Irregular verbs.
Irregular verbs are different from each
other, so, you need to learn one by one
■ Last Night
■ Last Day
■ Last Summer
■ Two days ago
• I played soccer last week.
• Demian danced salsa yesterday.
• The kids ate broccoli last morning.
Talk about the things you did last weekend.
• Last weekend, I went with some friends to a
party, it was incredible. We drank some beer and
also we ate some tacos.
Didn´t Comp.Verb in
• I didn´t play soccer last week.
• Demian didn´t dance salsa yesterday.
• The kids didn´t eat broccoli last morning.
Mariel went to a party last Sunday.
Mariel didn´t go to a party last Sunday