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English II Busy lives… Unit 10. Use the SIMPLE PAST of REGULAR and IRREGULAR verbs. Use expressions like CONGRATULATIONS and GOOD LUCK. Say you did? to.

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1 English II Busy lives… Unit 10

2 Use the SIMPLE PAST of REGULAR and IRREGULAR verbs. Use expressions like CONGRATULATIONS and GOOD LUCK. Say you did? to show that you’re interested or surprised. In Unit 10, you’re going to learn how to

3 Simple Past Tense: Affirmative sentences using Regular Verbs. I You He She It We They played studied watched wanted barked cooked invited a computer game. math. a talk show. to stay home. at us. Italian food. their friends. play study watch want bark cook invite

4 I You He She It We They went learnt felt broke said saw bought home. to speak English. very bad yesterday. her leg. «we will win». a strange guy. a new jacket. go learn feel break say see buy Simple Past Tense: Affirmative sentences using Irregular Verbs.

5 I You He She It We They buy study watch go clean cook invite new shoes. English. the news. to play basketball. well. Chinese food. their sisters. didn’t Remember… Didn’t = Did not Simple Past Tense: Negative sentences.

6 I You He She It We They go study watch want clean cook invite to play soccer? Biology? the news? to go out yesterday? the bathroom? Mexican food? their wives? Did Simple Past Tense: Interrogative sentences.

7 Use the simple past of regular and irregular verbs. Did you play tennis last week? Yes, I did. I played tennis last Sunday. No, I didn’t. I didn’t play tennis.

8 Use the simple past of regular and irregular verbs. Did you listen to music yesterday? Yes, I did. I listened to music. No, I didn’t. I didn’t listen to music.

9 Say you did? to show that you’re interested or surprised. I passed my driver’s test. You did? Congratulations! We can say you did? to show that we’re interested or surprised, or just that we’re listening.

10 Say you did? to show that you’re interested or surprised. I had four exams this week, I had three yesterday. You did? How did you do…? We can say you did? to show that we’re interested or surprised, or just that we’re listening.

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