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3 Possuem forma própria no passado e no particípio to drink - drank - drunk to eat - ate - eaten to swim - swam - swum to pay - paid - paid to write - wrote - written Verbos irregulares

4 Possuem terminações em “ed” no passado e no particípio to work - worked - worked to believe - believed - believed to accept - accepted - accepted to play - played - played Verbos regulares

5 verbo + d to close - closed to prepare - prepared to love - loved to receive - received Verbos regulares terminados em “e” em “e” Verbos regulares terminados em “e” em “e”

6 verbo - y + ied to try - tried to study - studied to copy - copied to fry - fried Precedidos de consoante Verbos regulares terminados em “y” em “y” Verbos regulares terminados em “y” em “y”

7 Verbos regulares terminados em “y” em “y” Verbos regulares terminados em “y” em “y” Precedidos de vogal verbo + ed to play - played to enjoy - enjoyed to obey - obeyed to replay - replayed

8 Verbos regulares terminados em “cvc” em “cvc” Verbos regulares terminados em “cvc” em “cvc” verbo + 2 x c + ed to stop - stopped to omit - omitted to prefer - preferred to control - controlled c = consoante final

9 to abandon - abandoned to develop - developed to open - opened to happen - happened to answer - answered Mas...

10 today every day tonight every night every week every month every year every Sundayyesterdayyesterday last night last week last month last year last Sunday Adverbs of Time every Monday every Tuesday every Wednesday every Thursday every Friday every Saturday every morning every afternoon every evening last Monday last Tuesday last Wednesday last Thursday last Friday last Saturday yesterday morning yesterday afternoon yesterday evening

11 Forma interrogativa Did + sujeito + verbo (infinitivo) That boy swam yesterday. The girl opened the window. that boy swam yesterday Did swim ? the girl opened the window Did open ?

12 Forma negativa Sujeito + did not + verbo (infinitivo) That boy swam yesterday. The girl opened the window. That boy swam yesterday. did not swim The girl opened the window. didn’t open open

13 1.Complete the sentences with the simple past of the verbs and modify the adverbs when necessary: a)Lucy goes to Washington every month. Lucy________to Washington ___________. b)We take our aunt to the train station every day. We______her to the train station __________. c)They write reports about their experiments every night. They______reports about their experiments _________. d)They drink juice every Monday. They _________juice_____________. e)We hear strange sounds every day We_______ strange sounds ________. wentlast month tookyesterday wrotelast night drank last Monday heardyesterday

14 f)I work in that place every day. I________in that place__________. g)We play foot-ball every week. We _________foot-ball___________. h)My parents rest after lunch every day. They_______after lunch_________. i)It happens to Harold every month. It __________to Harold___________. j)I fix this machine every year. I ______this machine_________. workedyesterday playedlast week restedyesterday happened last month fixedlast year

15 2.Complete the sentences with the correct interrogative form. a)I wrote many letters last night And you?______you__________last night? b)Orlando broke several cups. And they?_____they_________several cups? c)We heard several sounds yesterday. And she? _____she_______several sounds yesterday? d)I visited the museum. What?_____you ______the museum? e)We closed the doors. The doors? ______you_______the doors? Didwrite Didbreak Didhear Didvisit Did close

16 3.Complete the sentences with the correct negative form. a)Did Arthur respect his mother? Arthur? No, he _____________ her. b)Did Mauricio love Jane? Jane? No, he _____________Jane. c)Did Sally finish the exercises? Oh no! Sally ____________the exercises. d)Did the boys do the tasks ? No! They __________ them. e)Did Mrs. John tell you the reasons? The reasons? She ___________me the reasons. didn’t respect didn’tlove didn’tfinish didn’tdo didn’ttell

17 (PUC - PR) - Assinale a alternativa que completa a frase corretamente: “I didn’t come to class yesterday because......” a) I am feeling sick b) I have felt sick c) I won’t feel sick d) I felt sick e) I feel sick Test 1

18 (ITA) – Choose the alternative that completes the sentence below. They went for a walk in the park but I____because I get tired very easily. a) doesn’t go b) not go c) didn’t went d) not went e) didn’t go Test 2

19 (Fuvest) - Qual a pergunta a atenceder a resposta "yes, I did"? a) Did you buy a car? b) Will you buy a car? c) Didn't you have a nice car? d) Have you bought it? e) You didn't. Test 3

20 (UFRS) - Complete a frase a seguir com a forma verbal mais adequada para cada lacuna: The kids in love with the Tamagotchi when they first it, but they have not played with it lately. a) fell - saw b) fall - see c) fell - see d) have fallen e) fall - saw Test 4

21 "Where were you born?“ (UFPR) - Choose the alternative(s) that can answer the question above. 01.No. She was born, in the United States. 02.I was born in Brazil. 04.In Japan, 08.Yes, I was. 16.You were born in Arkansas. 32.I was born in Curitiba but I live in São Paulo. 64.No, I wasn't. Test 5

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23 Forma afirmativa I You were HeSheIt We were You were They were was was was was

24 I was You were He was She was It was We were You were They were Forma negativa not not not not not not not not (wasn’t) (weren’t)

25 Forma interrogativa I ? I ? Were you ? he ? he ? she ? she ? it ? it ? Were we ? Were you ? Were they ? Was Was Was Was


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