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Simple Past Tense

Positive

SUBJECT + REGULAR VERB IN SIMPLE PAST TENSE + PREDICTION

Used to talk about things that happened or existed before now.

ISHEHE IT YOUWETHEY

REGULAR FORM : VISITCHANGE TO:VISITED

MY GRANDMOTHER YESTURDAY

Negative

SUBJECT + DIDN'T + VERB IN INFINITIVE WITHOUT TO + PREDICTION

ISHEHE IT YOUWETHEY

AUXILIARY DIDN'T VERB IN INFINITIVE WITHOUT TOVISIT

MY GRANDMOTHER YESTURDAY

Question

DID + SUBJECT + VERB IN INFINITIVE WITHOUT TO + PREDICTION?

ISHEHE IT YOUWETHEY

VERB IN INFINITIVE WITHOUT TOVISIT

MY GRANDMOTHER YESTURDAY?

DID

Answer (+)

1. Yes + Subject + Did. 2. Yes + Subject + Did. + Affirmative sentence.Yes, she did.Yes, I did. Yes, they did played at the park.

Answer (-)

1. No + Subject + Didn't / Did not. 2. No + Subject + Didn't / Did not + Negative sentence.No, she didn'tNo, I did. not.No, they didn't play at the park.

Contractions

Important to consider

I / She / He / It (SINGULAR)I did.She did.They did.

You / We / They (PLURAL)I did not = I didn'tShe did not = She didn'tThey did not = They didn't

1. Verbs in regular past tense you add /ed/. Example: Visit = Visited.2. If the verb end in a consonant followed by /y/, change it to = ied. Example: Study = Studied.3. If the verb end in a vowel followed by /y/, add /ed/ with no changes. Example: Stay = Stayed.

4. For one-syllable words that end in consonant-vowel-consonant (except x),double the last letter and add -ed. Example: Jog = Jogged 5. Irregular verbs. There is no rule you can follow when you write the past participle forms of irregular verbs. You have to memorize them