2 Affirmative Form Regular verbs add –ed Irregular verbs: second column eg. play – playedSpelling rules:Verbs ending [-e] add [-d ] e.g. love –lovedVerbs ending cons+vowel+cons double the second consonant e.g. stop – stopped.Verbs ending [cons-y] [-ied] , verbs ending [vowel-y] [-yed]Irregular verbs: second columnbe was/were beenget got gotspeak spoke spoken
3 Negative Form Subject + DIDN’T + verb (infinitive) e.g. She didn’t have breakfastNow practise...Go to schoolShe didn’t go to schoolSpeak to DodgerShe didn’t speak to Dodger
4 Question Form (Wh-) + DID + subject + Verb (infinitive)? What /Vicky / buy / in the market?What did Vicky buy in the market?When / Vicky / go to bed?When did Vicky go to bed?
5 Short Answers AFFIRMATIVE: Yes, subject pronoun + DID e.g. Yes, he / she / I did.NEGATIVE: No, subject pronoun + DIDN’Te.g. No, he / she / I didn’t
6 Make questions and answers using the prompts and the information from the texts GET UP What time/ Amy…?Q- What time did Amy get up?A- She got up at 6.What time / Luke…?Q- What time did Luke get up?A- He got up at 7.
7 HAVE BREAKFAST What / Amy…? Q- What did Amy have for breakfast? A- She had bread and water.Luke…?Q- Did Luke have breakfast?A- Yes, he did.
8 GO TO SCHOOL Where / Luke /go…? Q- Where did Luke go? A- He went to school.How…?Q- How did he go to school?A- He went by bus.Amy..?Q- Did Amy go to school?A- No, she didn’t.
9 Now practise inventing answers for the following questions. (Creativity is warmly welcome...)
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