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1.To talk about actions that happened at a specific time in the past. You state when it happened using a time adverb (yesterday, last Mont.): “Last year.

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2 1.To talk about actions that happened at a specific time in the past. You state when it happened using a time adverb (yesterday, last Mont.): “Last year I took my exams”. 2. It can be used to describe events that happened over a period of time in the past but not now: "I lived in Asia for two years." 3. It is also used to talk about habitual or repeated actions that took place in the past: "When I was a child we always went to the seaside on holiday." The Simple Past Tense is used The Simple Past Tense is used

3 Time expressions: Yesterday, last month, last year, last time, … ago, in... Yesterday, last month, last year, last time, … ago, in... The Simple Past Tense The Simple Past Tense My friends travelled to Makkah two weeks ago

4 Simple past timeline For example: "Last year I took my exams." "I got married in 1992."

5 We returned to our school.We returned to our school.

6 She washed her car Use

7 I studied English when I was a child. Use

8 They lived in Great Britain. Examples

9 He watched a film on TV. Examples

10 Affirmative: The past tense of regular verbs is formed by adding – ed to the base form of the verb. PAST SIMPLE TENSE: REGULAR VERBS I worked hard last weekend

11 Spelling Notes: 1 y cried Cry cried y ied If the verb ends with y preceded by a consonant, change it into ied If not, ……………………… Play Played e Lived Live Lived Verbs ending in e receive d onlyVerbs ending in e receive d only

12 Spelling Notes: 2 n Plan plan n ed If the verb consists of one syllable and ends with cvc, double the last letter t Per-mit Permit t ed If the verb consists of two syllables, ends with cvc and the second syllable is stressed, double the last letter If not, just add ed Ha-ppen Ha-ppened

13 Pronunciation Notes: Id T & D + ed = / Id / WantedNeeded t Voiceless sounds like (s, k, p, f, sh, ch & x) + ed = / t / Missed, Looked, Stopped, Washed, Watched, Relaxed, Handcuffed d Voiced sounds like (b, g, l, m, n, r, v & z) + ed = / d / Robbed, Snarled, Referred, Lived, Listened, Bugged, Gazed, Hummed

14 We ate cherries last week. Examples

15 I made a big cake. Examples

16 We went to the museum last week.We went to the museum last week.

17 We drank tea and ate biscuits after the match.

18 Yesterday I went for a swim.

19 Simple Past Tense: Irregular verbs Simple Past Tense: Irregular verbs Affirmative: Irregular past verb forms must be learned because they don ’ t follow any rule: Irregular past verb forms must be learned because they don ’ t follow any rule: Go went Go went Come came Come came Buy bought Buy bought Drink drank Drink drank Eat ate Eat ate Find found Find found See saw See saw I went to Paris last July

20 PAST SIMPLE TENSE: REGULAR and IRREGULAR VERBS Negative: Use did not or didn’t + a base form verb to make the past simple tense negative. I didn’t work last summer I didn’t live in a flat during my last Summer holidays. I didn’t go to Berlin last July

21 NEGATIVE I did not go (didn’t) You did not go (didn’t) He did not go (didn’t) She did not go (didn’t) It did not go (didn’t) We did not go (didn’t) You did not go (didn’t) They did not go (didn’t) didn’t I didn’t go to the party didn’t You didn’t do the homework didn’t He didn’t play football didn’t She didn’t sing the song didn’t They didn’t have babies.

22 We didn’t play football Use

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24 Interrogative: Use did + subject + a base form verb to make the past simple interrogative. Did you play sport last Summer? Use did + subject + a base form verb to make the past simple interrogative. Did you play sport last Summer? Did you travel by boat last holidays? Yes, I did. Did you see any dolphins? No I didn’t. PAST SIMPLE TENSE: REGULAR and IRREGULAR VERBS

25 Questions Ahmed explain the lessoned Did ?

26 interrogative Did I go? Did you go? Did he go? Did she go? Did it go? Did we go? Did you go? Did they go? DidDid you play tennis? DidDid he see the handsome boy? DidDid she buy a black dog? DidDid they have twins?

27 Did she play the piano? Examples

28 Past simple tense: Affirmative Regular verbs NegativeQuestions Short answer I worked. I didn't work. Did I work? Yes, I did. No, I didn't. He worked. He didn't work. Did he work? Yes, he did. No, he didn't. She worked. She didn't work. Did she work? Yes, she did. No, she didn't. It worked. It didn't work. Did it work? Yes, it did. No, it didn't. You worked. You didn't work. Did you work? Yes you did. No, you didn't. We worked. We didn't work. Did we work? Yes we did. No, we didn't. They worked. They didn't work. Did they work? Yes they did. No,they didn't.

29 What did he do yesterday?

30 He bought a present.

31 What did he do last year?

32 He climbed a mountain.

33 What did he do last night?

34 He listened to the radio.

35 What did she do yesterday?

36 She wrote a letter.

37 What did he eat yesterday?

38 He ate Chinese food.

39 Where did he go last week?

40 He went to the library.

41 What happened yesterday?

42 He lost the key.

43 What did he do yesterday?

44 He cleaned the house and cooked.

45 Did he read a book last night?

46 No, he didn ’ t.

47 Did he read the newspaper last night?

48 Yes, he did.

49 What did he do last summer?

50 He rode an elephant and swam in the sea.


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