Here’s a infographic that I found on Grammar.net website that explains this topic the easy way. I hope you like it.
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I want you to check this video, I also did it myself for you so you definetely need to check it out!
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The Simple Past is used to talk about actions or situations in the past. It is also called Past Simple.
Have a look at the following examples:
1) action finished in the past (single or repeated)
I visited Berlin last week.
Andrew watched TV yesterday.
2) series of completed actions in the past
First I got up, then I had breakfast.
3) together with the Past Progressive/Continuous – The Simple Past interrupted an action which was in progress in the past.
They were playing cards when the telephone rang.
1st action: Past Progressive were playing
2nd action: Simple Past rang
Information taken from: Englisch-hilfen.de
|I drew my life||I did not/didn’t draw my life||Did I draw my life?|
|She said her idea||She did not/didn’t say her idea||Did she say her idea?|
Please check this Prezi presentation to understand this topic a little bit better 🙂
Before going over thousands of exercises about this structure I will recommend you to learn the verbs and its pronunciation, to do that here you have these links:
After those exercises I would recommend you to practise with the structure itself
This period starts on April 24th and it finishes on June 21th
We will have three terms along the semester:
- First term: Friday, May 10th
- Second term: Friday, May 31st
- Third term: Friday, June 21th
- Simple Past (20 verbs)
- Present Progressive
- Contrast between present progressive and simple present
- Expressing likes and dislikes
- Zero conditional
- Most/Some/ A few
- Phrasal Verbs (20 verbs)
This period I will be extra strict with protocols, dictionaries, notebooks and folders.
Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.
Anthony J. D’Angelo
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Here you have the list of 40 verbs. Do you remember that I told you that we will have 5 verbs each class? Yeap! we will have 5 verbs each class.
In class we are going to write down the verbs and at home we will look up for its english definition, are you guys confused? Here you have two examples:
|Infinitive||Simple Present||Simple Past||Definition|
|To be||Am / Is / Are||Was / Were||To exist / To occur, to take place / having the state, quality, identity, nature, role, etc.,|
|To do||Do||Did||To perform an action or job / To make or prepare something|
If you need more english – english dictionaries go check Favorite Online Dictionaries page
1. See – Saw
2. Come – Came
3. Take – Took
4. Go – Went
5. (I don’t remember the other one we wrote) I’m sorry guys. Please leave me a comment with the missing verb
6. Bring – Brought
7. Buy – Bought
8. Think – Thought
9. Teach – Taught
10. Understand – Understood
11. Sleep -Slept
12. Keep -Kept
13. Lend -Lent
14. Feel -Felt
15. Leave -Left
16. Write – Wrote
17.Wear – Wore
18. Stand – Stood
19. Speak – Spoke
20. Sell – Sold
21. Begin – Began
22. Drink – Drank
23. Drive – Drove
24. Hear – Heard
25. Run – Ran
26. Sit – Sat
27. Tell – Told
28. Swim – Swam
29. Sing . Sang
30. Know – Knew
31. Give – Gave
32. Get – Got
33. Leave – Left
34. Fly – Flew
35. Find – Found