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UNIT 7LOOKING BACK
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We use the Simple Past to talk about
things that happened in the past.
SIMPLE PAST
PAST FUTUREPRESENT
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VERBS
REGULAR IRREGULAR
2 DIFFERENT CASES
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For regular verbs, we only add “ed” at
the end of the verb.
REGULAR VERBS
Play  Played
Talk  Talked
Stay  Stayed
Jump ...
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 e...
Dance  Danced
Agree  Agreed
VERBS ENDING IN –E, ONLY ADD A –D AT
THE END
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Try- Tried
Carry - Carried
VERBS ENDING IN A CONSONANT +
-Y, ADD –IED
Play  Played
BE CAREFUL!
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Stop  Stopped
VERBS WITH ONE SYLLABLE ENDING IN CVC
FORM, DOUBLE THE LAST CONSONANT.
BE CAREFUL!
IF THE VERB ENDS IN X OR...
Prefer  Preferred
IF YOU HAVE A VERB WITH MORE THAN ONE SYLLABLE,
YOU ONLY DOUBLE THE CONSONANT IF IT HAS THE
CVC AND IT ...
Travel  Travelled
Cancel  Cancelled
VERBS ENDING IN ONE VOWEL + -L,
DOUBLE THE –L BEFORE THE –ED
Be careful!
Sail  Sail...
IRREGULAR VERBS
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IRREGULAR VERBS
Irregular verbs are different from each
other, so, you need to learn one by one
the cases. 
Look at the l...
• HAVE  HAD
• GET  GOT
• BUY  BOUGHT
• MAKE  MADE
• COME  CAME
• EAT  ATE
• LEAVE  LEFT
• DO  DID
• GO  WENT
SOME...
Yesterday
Last Night
Last Day
Last Summer
Two days ago
TIME EXPRESSIONS
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Complete the sentences with the Past Simple of the verbs in
brackets.
EXERCISE
1. Louis and Joseph ________ (stay) at home...
I
YOU
HE
SHE
IT
WE
THEY
AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES
VERB IN PAST C
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I played soccer last week.
Patricia danced salsa yesterday.
The kids ate broccoli last morning.
EXAMPLES
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 Look at the pictures and write what the people did yesterday
EXERCISE
The children Monica Salvador
Go to the cinema Clea...
Form groups of 3 people. Talk about the things you did last
weekend.
SPEAKING ACTIVITY
EXAMPLE
Last weekend, I went with ...
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  1. 1. UNIT 7LOOKING BACK Luis Roberto Ortiz
  2. 2. We use the Simple Past to talk about things that happened in the past. SIMPLE PAST PAST FUTUREPRESENT Luis Roberto Ortiz
  3. 3. VERBS REGULAR IRREGULAR 2 DIFFERENT CASES Luis Roberto Ortiz
  4. 4. For regular verbs, we only add “ed” at the end of the verb. REGULAR VERBS Play  Played Talk  Talked Stay  Stayed Jump  Jumped Luis Roberto Ortiz
  5. 5. 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 EXCEPTIONS Luis Roberto Ortiz
  6. 6. Dance  Danced Agree  Agreed VERBS ENDING IN –E, ONLY ADD A –D AT THE END Luis Roberto Ortiz
  7. 7. Try- Tried Carry - Carried VERBS ENDING IN A CONSONANT + -Y, ADD –IED Play  Played BE CAREFUL! Luis Roberto Ortiz
  8. 8. Stop  Stopped VERBS WITH ONE SYLLABLE ENDING IN CVC FORM, DOUBLE THE LAST CONSONANT. BE CAREFUL! IF THE VERB ENDS IN X OR W, DON´T DOUBLE THE LAST CONSONANT FIX  FIXED MIX  MIXED Luis Roberto Ortiz
  9. 9. Prefer  Preferred IF YOU HAVE A VERB WITH MORE THAN ONE SYLLABLE, YOU ONLY DOUBLE THE CONSONANT IF IT HAS THE CVC AND IT IS STRESSED Be careful! Answer  Answered Luis Roberto Ortiz
  10. 10. Travel  Travelled Cancel  Cancelled VERBS ENDING IN ONE VOWEL + -L, DOUBLE THE –L BEFORE THE –ED Be careful! Sail  Sailed Luis Roberto Ortiz
  11. 11. IRREGULAR VERBS Luis Roberto Ortiz
  12. 12. IRREGULAR VERBS Irregular verbs are different from each other, so, you need to learn one by one the cases.  Look at the list on page 130 Luis Roberto Ortiz
  13. 13. • HAVE  HAD • GET  GOT • BUY  BOUGHT • MAKE  MADE • COME  CAME • EAT  ATE • LEAVE  LEFT • DO  DID • GO  WENT SOME EXAMPLES Luis Roberto Ortiz
  14. 14. Yesterday Last Night Last Day Last Summer Two days ago TIME EXPRESSIONS Luis Roberto Ortiz
  15. 15. Complete the sentences with the Past Simple of the verbs in brackets. EXERCISE 1. Louis and Joseph ________ (stay) at home yesterday and _________ (watch) T.V. 2. Yesterday afternoon, I _________ (study) for my exam and then I __________ (play) computer games. 3. They ________ (have) dinner late last night. 4. Patrick __________ (go) jogging with his friends last Saturday afternoon and then they __________ (eat) at a fast-food restaurant. 5. Monica ________ (enjoy) the concert last week. Luis Roberto Ortiz
  16. 16. I YOU HE SHE IT WE THEY AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES VERB IN PAST C Luis Roberto Ortiz
  17. 17. I played soccer last week. Patricia danced salsa yesterday. The kids ate broccoli last morning. EXAMPLES Luis Roberto Ortiz
  18. 18.  Look at the pictures and write what the people did yesterday EXERCISE The children Monica Salvador Go to the cinema Clean the house Drive a car Luis Roberto Ortiz
  19. 19. Form groups of 3 people. Talk about the things you did last weekend. SPEAKING ACTIVITY EXAMPLE Last weekend, I went with some friend to a , we also went to a party at my friend´s house and finally we ate some tacos. Luis Roberto Ortiz

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