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SIMPLE PAST
REGRA GERAL: verbo no infinitivo acrescentado da partícula ED
I/ you/ he she It/ we/ they Washed
Worked
(Forma afirmativa)
Ex: I worked the whole day yesterday.
(Forma negativa)Did not = didn’t
I didn’t study for the test.
Ps: o verbo fica na sua forma do infinitivo
(Forma interrogativa)
Did he study for the test?
Yes, he did. / No, he didn’t
Where/ How/ Why /What didyou do yesterday?
I worked the whole day
I studied the whole day
I played games the whole day.
Ps: o verbo fica na sua forma do infinitivo
Casos especiais:
1) Verbos que terminam em E,acrescenta-se apenas o D  Danced / decided
2) Verbos que terminam em Y precedido de CONSOANTE, elimina-se o Y e
acrescenta-se IED  STUDIED / MARRIED (STUDY/MARRY) ps: PLAY =
PLAYED

3) Verbos queterminam em CONSOANTE + VOGAL + CONSOANTE, cuja sílaba
tônica é a última, dobra-se a última consoante e acrescenta-se ED 
stoPPed / permiTTed

VERBOS IRREGULARES : DO – DID
FORMAÇÃO: Não há uma regrageral. Recomenda-se a aprendizagem pelo uso
constante dos verbos.
Ex: is/am = was / are = were
Buy = bought
Come = came

Ex: We were at home yesterday night.

Eat = ate

Did you come toschool?

Cut = cut

He didn’t buy anything.

O Simple Past é utilizado para: Expressar ações que terminaram em um tempo
determinado. Neste caso, advérbios de tempo e expressões adverbiais(yesterday, last week, in 2008, three days ago) são geralmente utilizados.
ps: As formas NEGATIVA E INTERROGATIVA DO VERBO TO BE, não necessitam do
auxiliar DID.
EX: The students weren`t tired after thesports competition.
Were you at the club last night?

ACTIVITY
1 – Use the verbs in the box to complete the sentences. Make all the necessary
changes:
MAKE (I) / WATCH (r) / PAINT (r) / SPEND (i)/ BUY (i) /
/ START (r) / STAY (r)

A)
B)
C)
D)
E)

GO (i) / GET (i) / GIVE (i)

WE WATCHED a great science-fiction movie yesterday.
The children SPENT some of their money on “Mangás”....
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