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Past simple, perfect, and progressiveThe Past Tense Past simple, perfect, and progressive
Verb Forms Infinitive Present Participle Simple Past Regular to workworks working worked Irregular to sing sing, sings singing sang sung to be am, are, is being was, were been
✔ The plane arrived in France.plane / arrive / France ✔ The plane arrived in France.
Past Simple Function: An action that ended at a point in the past.Form: subject + verb + “-ed” / irregular verb form Example: He traveled yesterday. subject verb + “-ed”
Past Simple Practice! She / visit / Australia We / buy / souvenirsRemember: subject + verb + “-ed” or irregular ending She / visit / Australia We / buy / souvenirs You / go / museum I / learn / culture
✔ The girl was writing a postcard.girl / write / postcard ✔ The girl was writing a postcard.
Past Progressive Function: An action that was in progress at a particular time in the past. Form: subject + aux (was/were) + verb + “-ing” Example: He was traveling yesterday. subject aux verb + “-ing”
Past Progressive Practice!Remember: subject + aux (was/were) + verb + “-ing” They / return / home I / find / directions He / take / taxi You / avoid / pickpockets
✔ He had seen the pyramids.He / see / pyramids ✔ He had seen the pyramids.
Past Perfect Function: An action that happened before another in the past. Form: subject + aux (had) + past participle Example: He had traveled yesterday. subject aux past participle
Past Perfect Practice! You / spot / Statue of LibertyRemember: subject + aux (had) + past participle You / spot / Statue of Liberty We / go / Ireland They / unpack / suitcase He / be / Germany
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