Berenice Galindo
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We use the simple past for complete actions in the past. 182/5000 To form the simple past with regular verbs, we use the infinitive and add the ending "-ed". The form is the same for all people (I, you, he, she, it, we, they).
If the verb ends in a short vowel and a consonant (except "y" or "w"), we double the final consonant With verbs ending in a consonant and an "y", the "y" is changed to an "i".
In both the interrogative and negative forms, DID is used as the auxiliary DID, which is the past form of the verb "TO DO" and accompanies the main verb in its infinitive form. In negations the contracted form of DID NOT or DID NOT can be used. In the upper box the verb To Play is used as an example
The simple past of some English verbs does not end in -ed, but has an irregular shape, which is the same for all people.
Irregular verbs do not follow general orthographic norms, so you have to learn them from memory Remember: * In negative and interrogative sentences, you must always use the infinitive of the verb sin to
The simple past is used to speak of actions that happened at a particular moment in the past. In these phrases there are expressions of time such as yesterday, last week, last night, and so on. Ago is translated by ¨hace¨ and refers to an action of the past, something that has already ended. They traveled to London three days ago. * Ago can not square an expression of time. ten years ago You can not say: ago ten years
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