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WAS/WERE I was in Paris last week. You were in the office. He was in Texas last month. It was a successful meeting. We were surprised. They were at the conference.
WAS NOT/WERE NOT I wasn’t in Paris last week. You weren’t in the office. He wasn’t in Texas last month. It wasn’t a successful meeting. We weren’t surprised. They weren’t at the conference.
WAS/WERE ? Where were you yesterday? Why was he there? Was the meeting boring? Were they in Paris lastr week? P. 42 ABC
REGULAR VERBS I visited Milan last week. You called me! He attended two meetings yesterday. We visited the museum. They moved to Berlin. /id/ exported, attended /t/ stopped, liked /d/ lived, called
DID? Did you visit the museum? No, I didn’t. Did she like the city? Yes, I did. When did you move to New York? Why did you call me?
DID NOT I didn’t visit sign the contract. He didn’t create a copy. P. 43 DEFGH
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