Presentation on theme: "SIMPLE PAST REVIEW. SIMPLE PAST – REGULAR VERBS AFFIRMATIVE FORM NEGATIVE FORM INTERROGATIVE FORM I lived I did not live Did I live? You lived You didn't."— Presentation transcript:
SIMPLE PAST REVIEW
SIMPLE PAST – REGULAR VERBS AFFIRMATIVE FORM NEGATIVE FORM INTERROGATIVE FORM I lived I did not live Did I live? You lived You didn't live Did you live? He/she/it lived He/she/it didn't live Did he/she/it live? We lived We didn't live Did we live? You lived You didn't live Did you live? They lived They didn't live Did they live? Simple past - To live (infinitivo) Live (forma base I) livED - (simple past II) did not = didn't ( short form ) -ed disappears at the neg. and int. forms
Irregular verbs (AFIRMATIVE) CONJUGAR CONFORME A SEGUNDA COLUNA DA TABELA (SIMPLE PAST) SE A FRASE FOR AFIRMATIVA. I II WRITE – WROTE PAUL McCARTNEY WROTE YESTERDAY IN 1965 BUY - BOUGHT SHE BOUGHT NEW CLOTHES LAST WEEK
Irregular verbs (NEGATIVAS E PERGUNTAS) USAR O VERBO AUXILIAR DID E DEIXAR O VERBO NA FORMA BASE (I) I I I WRITE WROTE RINGO DIDN´T WRITE YESTERDAY. - DID JOHN LENNON WRITE YESTERDAY? - No, he DIDn’t.
TO BE (WAS, WERE) WAS – I, HE, SHE, IT I WAS HUNGRY – WAS I HUNGRY? – I WASN’T HUNGRY SHE WAS 11 – WAS SHE 11? - SHE WASN’T 11 WERE – YOU, WE, THEY YOU WERE LATE – WERE YOU LATE – YOU WEREN’T LATE WE WERE THIRSTY – WERE WE THIRSTY – WE WEREN’T THIRSTY