1) action finished in the past I visited Berlin last week. 2) series of completed actions in the past First I got up, then I had breakfast 3) together with the Past Continuous - The Simple Past interrupted an action which was in progress in the past. They were playing cards when the telephone rang. yesterday, last week, a month ago, in 2002, He went to the cinema last night. I washed my hair yesterday. ……… ……... ……… Regular verbs To make the past tense of regular verbs; Verb (infinitive) + ed Walk .... Play.... Work.... Carry.... Irregular verbs Do ..... Have ...... Be: Am ..... Is ........ Are ...... Write down 5 irregular verbs you know; ....... ....... ....... ........ ......... ....... You must not negate (?) a full verb in English. Always use did (Simple Past of do) for negations. I played football. I didn‘t play football. He didn't play football. Write negative sentences with the following verbs; go swim do eat watch run 1) Questions without question words in the Simple Past Auxiliary Subject Verb Rest Did Max play football? Did you watch the film yesterday? to be Were Subject you xx Yes/No Subject Auxiliary (+ n't) Yes, he did. No, he didn't. Yes, I ....... No, I .... Rest in London last week? Yes/No Subject Auxiliary (+ n't) Yes, I was. No, I wasn't. 2) Questions with question words in the Simple Past Question word Auxiliary Subject Verb Rest Answer What did you do yesterday evening? I did my homework. When did she meet her boyfriend? She ...... Where did they go after the match? They ……… Question word to be Subject Where were you x him yesterday. to a café. Rest Answer yesterday? I was at the cinema. Put in the verbs in brackets into the gaps. Watch the punctuation and form sentences or questions. Example: The children ______ their sandwiches. (to forget) Answer: The children forgot their sandwiches on Monday. 1) When you in London? (to be) 2) We in a flat when we were in Paris. (not/to live) 3) What you yesterday? (to lose) 4) He magic tricks at the party. (not/to do) 5) Mandy her room on Thursday. (not/to tidy up) 6) Frank a room with Henry when they in Rome? (to share) (to be) 7) I Physics at school. (not/to like) 8) the shop assistant 10 percent off the price? (to take) 9) She the correct word in the exercise. (to use) 10) Why the baby this morning? (to cry) 1) actions were in progress at special time in the past Peter was reading a book yesterday evening. 2) two actions were happening at the same time (the actions do not influence each other) Anne was writing a letter while Steve was reading the New York Times. 3) together with the Simple Past While we were sitting at the breakfast table, the telephone rang. 4) repeated actions irritating the speaker (with always, constantly, forever) Andrew was always coming in late.