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Simple past tense: affirmative, negative, and interrogative forms
Subject + regular or irregular verb in the past form + complementsAFFIRMATIVE FORM Express the idea that an action started and finished at a specific time in the past. I listened to the song. Subject + regular or irregular verb in the past form + complements © Shutterstock/ Warren Goldswain
NEGATIVE FORM I did not / didn’t listen to the song.© Shutterstock/Syda Productions NEGATIVE FORM Express something that was not done in the past. I did not / didn’t listen to the song. Subject + did not (or didn’t ) + verb in the infinitive form + complements
Did + subject + verb in the base form + complementsINTERROGATIVE FORM We use did to make questions about past situations. Did you listen to the song? Did + subject + verb in the base form + complements © Shutterstock / FCSCAFEINE
Write in your notebook, affirmative sentences in the simple past.© Shutterstock / Andresr © Shutterstock/ Tropper2000 Write in your notebook, affirmative sentences in the simple past.
Write in your notebook, negative sentences in the simple past.© Shutterstock/ Twin Design © Shutterstock/ Photographee.eu
Write in your notebook interrogative sentences in the simple past.© Shutterstock/ Subbotina Anna © Shuttersotk / ollyy Write in your notebook interrogative sentences in the simple past.
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