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1 Simple Past Form: regular verb-ed ex. Worked Form: regular verb-ed ex. Worked Irregular: must be learned ex. Taught Irregular: must be learned ex. Taught Used for a completed action at a known time in the past ex. Yesterday, Steven partied all night!! Used for a completed action at a known time in the past ex. Yesterday, Steven partied all night!! Sometimes the time word is not included, but is in the speaker’s mind. Sometimes the time word is not included, but is in the speaker’s mind.

2 Write the past tense of these verbs playwish playwish hikeknow hikeknow needgo needgo runwant runwant takelike takelike fightdrive fightdrive eatdream eatdream

3 Pronunciation of -ed Words ending in a voiceless sound -ed - t Words ending in a voiceless sound -ed - t Ex. Walk Walked (t) Words ending in a voiced sound –ed = d Words ending in a voiced sound –ed = d Ex. Play Played (d) Words ending in a t or d –ed = a new syllable Id Words ending in a t or d –ed = a new syllable Id Ex. Need Needed (Id)

4 Past Tense Pronunciation How do you say the past tense form of the verbs you wrote? How do you say the past tense form of the verbs you wrote?

5 Simple Past Can express a repeated past action Can express a repeated past action Ex. Deepti cut class several times last month. Ex. Deepti cut class several times last month. Used with this year or this weekend if the time is finished in the speaker’s mind Used with this year or this weekend if the time is finished in the speaker’s mind Ex. Stacey didn’t complete her homework this week. Ex. Stacey didn’t complete her homework this week.

6 Sentences Write a past tense sentence for these uses: Write a past tense sentence for these uses: Action finished at a known time in the past Action finished at a known time in the past Action repeated in the past Action repeated in the past Past action used with this weekend Past action used with this weekend

7 Simple Past Used for a finished activity of duration Used for a finished activity of duration Ex. I worked at Ohlone for too many years! Ex. I worked at Ohlone for too many years! Used with certain verbs to express the beginning of an action Used with certain verbs to express the beginning of an action Ex. Yone joined the Ohlone Singles Club yesterday. Ex. Yone joined the Ohlone Singles Club yesterday.

8 Present Perfect Used for a past action when the time is unknown or unimportant Used for a past action when the time is unknown or unimportant Ex. Crystal has passed her driving test. Ex. Crystal has passed her driving test. Used with words such as: Used with words such as: Ever- Have you ever been nice to Vicki? Ever- Have you ever been nice to Vicki? Never- No, I’ve never been nice to her. Never- No, I’ve never been nice to her. Yet- Has she yelled at you yet? No, she hasn’t yelled at me yet. Yet- Has she yelled at you yet? No, she hasn’t yelled at me yet.

9 Present Perfect Still- Vicki still hasn’t realized Raman is sleeping. Still- Vicki still hasn’t realized Raman is sleeping. Already- Has she already seen her sleeping in class before? Yes, she has already seen her sleeping before, but she hasn’t noticed her yet today. Already- Has she already seen her sleeping in class before? Yes, she has already seen her sleeping before, but she hasn’t noticed her yet today.

10 Present Perfect Used for one action or a repetition of an action that is finished, but the period of time in which it happened isn’t finished. Used for one action or a repetition of an action that is finished, but the period of time in which it happened isn’t finished. Ex. Deju has attended ESL 123 several times this semester. Ex. Deju has attended ESL 123 several times this semester. Ex. Qingmei has been engaged twice. (in her life) Ex. Qingmei has been engaged twice. (in her life)

11 Present Perfect Used for an action happening now when we have some idea of when the action began or how long it has gone on. Used for an action happening now when we have some idea of when the action began or how long it has gone on. Ex. Annie has been a terrible student for years! Ex. Annie has been a terrible student for years! Ex. Jia has been a terrible student since she met Annie! Ex. Jia has been a terrible student since she met Annie!

12 Present Perfect Used with certain verbs to express the duration or continuation of an activity that was begun in the past. Used with certain verbs to express the duration or continuation of an activity that was begun in the past. Ex. Karl has known how to attract girls since he was 13 years old. Ex. Karl has known how to attract girls since he was 13 years old. Ex. Christina has been popular for 15 years! Ex. Christina has been popular for 15 years!

13 Present Perfect Most often the verb tense chosen for recently completed actions. Most often the verb tense chosen for recently completed actions. Ex. Vicki just gave Stacey an A+ on her test. Ex. Vicki just gave Stacey an A+ on her test.


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