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Past Simple Positive + I work he she work it we you work they ed
Past Simple Negative - I he she it we you they didnt work
Past Simple ? I he she it we you they didwork ? didwork ? didwork?
Past Simple + I work ? I - I he she work it he she it he she it we you work they we you they we you they ed did did did didnt work work? didnt work
Past simple He works in Maidenhead. He worked in Maidenhead in He didnt work in Maidenhead in Did he work in Maidenhead in 1994? Yes, he did. No, he didnt.
Irregular verb to go + I he she it we you they went
Irregular verb to go - I he she it we you they didnt go
Irregular verb to go ? I he she it we you they Did go?
Past Simple Go Do Have Buy write Went Did Had Bought Wrote
SIMPLE PAST AFFIRMATIVE SIMPLE PAST AFFIRMATIVENEGATIVE.
EVERY DAY I jump. You play. We smile. They dance. He washes. She cleans. It works. I jumped. You played. We smiled. They danced. He washed. She cleaned.
Simple present and simple past tense. Present Tense go AffirmativeInterrogativeShort Answer I go You go He, she, it goes We go They go Do I go? Do you.
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X I, He, She, it was They, We, You were I watched television last night. They visited their uncle yesterday. We went to Makkah two months ago. Past.
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CAN YOU CONJUGATE TO BE IN SIMPLE PRESENT? AFFIRMATIVE I am You are He is She is It is We are You are They are.
Regular and Irregular Verbs PAST SIMPLE REGULAR VERBS – AFFIRMATIVE VERB + ED Played Visited Watched I played volleyball yesterday. How do we form the.
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I have worked I havent worked Have I worked?. Present Perfect Positive + I have worked = Ive worked You have worked = youve worked We have worked = weve.
The Simple Past Tense Yesterday I went for a swim.
Forme négativeForme contractéeForme pleine to be = être I am you are he is she is it is we are you are they are I'm you're he's she's it's we're you're.
The Simple Past Tense Teacher: Estefanía. The Simple Past Tense The Simple Past Tense is used: To express an action wholly completed in the past Ex. I.
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