Presentation on theme: "Simple Past Affirmative Negative Interrogative. Verb to be - Affirmative I was You were He was She was It was We were You were They were."— Presentation transcript:
Simple Past Affirmative Negative Interrogative
Verb to be - Affirmative I was You were He was She was It was We were You were They were
Verb to be – Negative form I was not You were not He was not She was not It was not We were not You were not They were not I wasn’t You weren’t He wasn’t She wasn’t It wasn’t We weren’t You weren’t They weren’t
Verb to be – Interrogative form Was I? Were you? Was he? Was she? Was it? Were we? Were you? Were they?
Regular Verbs Verb + ED Want-ed wanted
Irregular Verbs Memorize them!
Wake up Woke up
Affirmative Form I went You went He went She went It went We went You went They went The same form of the verb for all the persons. Very simple!
Did Auxiliary verb in the Simple Past Did
Did Used only in the Negative and Interrogative forms
Negative Form I didn’t go You didn’t go He didn’t go She didn’t go It didn’t go We didn’t go You didn’t go They didn’t go When the sentence is negative I use the auxiliary verb (didn’t) and the main verb is written in the base form again.
I ate the pizza. I didn’t eat the pizza.
He wrote a poem. He didn’t write a poem.
He ate the sandwich. He didn’t eat the sandwich.
I sent the . I didn’t send the .
I lost my key. I didn’t lose my key.
I drove to Miami. I didn’t drive to Miami.
I made a chocolate cake yesterday. I didn’t make a chocolate cake yesterday.
Interrogative Form Did I go? Did you go? Did he go? Did she go? Did it go? Did we go? Did you go? Did they go?
Did you go to the cinema yesterday? Yes, I did. No, I didn’t.
Did she see her friend at the party last weekend? Yes, she did. No, she didn’t.
Did they travel to New York last vacation? Yes, they did. No, they didn’t.
Did he paint the house last week? Yes, he did. No, he didn’t.