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Simple Past of Be Some grammar notes Preparatore Linguistico:Barbara Meloni
Simple Past of Be The past form of be is completely irregular: Affirmative Form: I was you were he was, she was, it was we were you were they were Ex: They were friends
Simple Past of Be Negative form: I wasn't ( contraction of ……..) you weren't he she it wasn't we weren't you weren't they weren't
Simple Past of Be Interrogative form: was I? were you? Ex: Were you happy? was he/ she /it? Ex: Was the kitchen clean? Was he rich? were we? were you? were they? Ex: Were they happy to see you?
Simple Past of Be Short affirmative and negative answers: Yes, I/he was Yes, you/we/they were No, I/he wasn't No, you/we/they weren't
Simple Past of Be To be or not to be… That is the question
I, he, she, it you, we, they was were Positive +.
PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS TO LIVE= VIVIR Sujeto+Verbo haber en pasado(had)+Participio del verbo to be (been)+Gerundio del verbo que se conjuga(-ing)
UNIT1 This is me! Integrated skills. Positive and negative sentences in the simple present tense Iam happy. You/We/Theyare He/She/Itis Iam not happy.
Then we have. to be there that was in I have a.
Unit 11 English II Looking back…. In Unit 11, you’re going to learn how to… Use the Past Tense of Be. Ask about past experiences. Use anyway to change.
Future: I will/shall & I am going to. Structure: Subject+will/shall+verb(base form)+object.
Yes / No Questions Simple Present ? ? ? ? ? ? ?. We use the verb to be (am / is / are) to make yes / no questions that don´t have an action verb. We make.
PRESENT PERFECT. This tense is used to express an action which is over just now or completed today. In this tense the third form of the verb (V3- PP)
Bob is eighty. Hes old and weak. Mary, his wife is seventy-nine. Shes old, too.
Past Simple Positive + I work he she work it we you work they ed.
Linking Verb? Action Verb or. Question 1 Define the term: action verb.
We use Present Perfect tense: When we are referring to a time frame that comes up to the present: When we are referring to a time frame that comes up.
English II Busy lives… Unit 10. Use the SIMPLE PAST of REGULAR and IRREGULAR verbs. Use expressions like CONGRATULATIONS and GOOD LUCK. Say you did? to.
INSTRUCTIONS Slides 2 to 8 contain explanations on the use of the simple past. On slide 6, elicit from students the past form of the verbs displayed.
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Does it Swap Or drop ?. Main Auxiliaries DROP : Do Does Did SWAP : To be + Ing Have/Has+ Participle Will + Verb Would + Verb.
Past Tense Questions and Negatives Kristi Reyes MiraCosta College.
Irregular verbs Although many verbs in English form their past tense with -ED, some do not. These are called irregular verbs, and they include some of.
PAST SIMPLE Affirmative Negative Interrogative Short answers.
Tag-Questions or Question Tags Statement Sentences with short questions at the end with a question mark!
Lap 1. the to and he a I you it of in Lap 2.
To Be dar informações sobre alguém / coisas descrever alguém / coisas I am 14 years old. Sandra is nice. His parents are teachers.
PAST SIMPLE regular and irregular verbs. 2 Past Simple: TO BE positive and negative I ……………………… at home. I wasnt at home. He ……………………… at school. He wasnt.
Recognising past verb forms The choices are going to be: 1. Simple past (regular or irregular) e.g. I spoke She walked.
There is NOT just one future tense in English. How to express the future then?
Where, were, were and wear.. Where Where refers to a place. It can be a question word! Examples : Where are you going? That's where I put it. More examples?
Intermediate 1 ESOL Grammar Modal Verbs. What are modal verbs? must may will shall can could would should might.
The Simple Past: Yes/No and Wh- Questions An Accident 6 Focus on Grammar 2 Part VI, Unit 22 By Ruth Luman, Gabriele Steiner, and BJ Wells Copyright ©
How do we make the Simple Past Tense?. To make the simple past tense, we use: past form only or auxiliary did + base form.
Lesson 6 Simple Past Tense ( ). Review Download the review game online to practice with partners.
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