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Verb "be" in past simple by learnamericanenglish on Youtube The verb "be" in the past tense.

La estructura básica del afirmativo del verbo "to be" en pasado Sujeto I You He She It We You They Verbo was were was was was were were were objeto / complemento a student. happy. a musician. in the car. a hot day. lucky. from Madrid. ours.

Era alumno. Eras feliz. Fue músico. Estaba en el coche. Era un día caluroso. Tuvimos suerte Erais de Madrid. Eran nuestros.

La estructura básica del negativo del verbo "to be" en pasado Sujeto I You He She It We You They Verbo was not were not was not was not was not were not were not were not objeto / complemento a student. happy. a musician. in the car. a hot day. lucky. from Madrid. ours.

No era alumno. No eras feliz. No era músico. No estaba en el coche. No era un día caluroso. No tuvimos suerte. No erais de Madrid. No eran nuestros.

Nota: Forma contraida: "was not" = "wasn't", "were not" = "weren't". The negative of verb "be" in the past tense La estructura básica del interrogativo del verbo "to be" en pasado Verbo Was Were Was Was Was Were Sujeto I you he she it we objeto / complemento a student? happy? a musician? in the car? a hot day? lucky?

¿Era alumno? ¿Eras feliz? ¿Era músico? ¿Estaba en el coche? ¿Era un día caluroso? ¿Tuvimos suerte?

you from Madrid? ¿Eras de Madrid? Were they ours? ¿Eran nuestros? Were Making Yes-No Questions in the Past Tense.

Nota: Para hacer una oración interrogativa con el verbo "to be" en pasado simplemente se intercambia el verbo "to be" con el sujeto.

La estructura básica de las respuestas cortas del verbo "to be" en pasado Af. Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, I was. you were. he was. she was. it was. we were. you were. they were. Neg. No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, I was not. (wasn't) you were not. (weren't) he was not. (wasn't) she was not. (wasn't) it was not. (wasn't) we were not. (weren't) you were not. (weren't) they were not. (weren't)

Nota: No se contrae la forma afirmativa de las respuestas cortas.

By Steven Starry - (Alcorcón, Villaviciosa, Leganés)

Diferencias entre el presente simple y el pasado simple: ambos utilizan la misma

estructura básica, pero un auxiliar diferente “did” y una forma diferente del verbo. También hay diferentes formas de verbos: la forma regular y la irregular. Compara “Do you like the Beatles?” (“¿Te gustan los Beatles?) con “Did you like the Beatles?” (¿Te gustaron los Beatles?) También, compara “I swim...” con “I swam...”

Cuatro videos sobre el pasado simple de Jennifer:

Videos by Jennifer ESL, Part: b, c, d. Otro en Castellano: Pasado Simple

Past simple and common regular verbs:

by: Englischbox

La estructura básica del verbo "to be" en pasado:

Verb "be" - in present vs past simple by learnamericanenglish on Youtube

Verb "be" in past simple by learnamericanenglish on Youtube The verb "be" in the past tense.

La estructura básica del afirmativo del verbo "to be" en pasado Sujeto I You He She It We You They Verbo was were was was was were were were objeto / complemento a student. happy. a musician. in the car. a hot day. lucky. from Madrid. ours.

Era alumno. Eras feliz. Fue músico. Estaba en el coche. Era un día caluroso. Tuvimos suerte Erais de Madrid. Eran nuestros.

La estructura básica del negativo del verbo "to be" en pasado Sujeto I You He She It We You They Verbo was not were not was not was not was not were not were not were not objeto / complemento a student. happy. a musician. in the car. a hot day. lucky. from Madrid. ours.

No era alumno. No eras feliz. No era músico. No estaba en el coche. No era un día caluroso. No tuvimos suerte. No erais de Madrid. No eran nuestros.

Nota: Forma contraida: "was not" = "wasn't", "were not" = "weren't". The negative of verb "be" in the past tense La estructura básica del interrogativo del verbo "to be" en pasado Verbo Was Sujeto I objeto / complemento a student?

¿Era alumno?

you happy? ¿Eras feliz? Were he a musician? ¿Era músico? Was she in the car? ¿Estaba en el coche? Was it a hot day? ¿Era un día caluroso? Was we lucky? ¿Tuvimos suerte? Were you from Madrid? ¿Eras de Madrid? Were they ours? ¿Eran nuestros? Were Making Yes-No Questions in the Past Tense.

Nota: Para hacer una oración interrogativa con el verbo "to be" en pasado simplemente se intercambia el verbo "to be" con el sujeto.

La estructura básica de las respuestas cortas del verbo "to be" en pasado Af. Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, I was. you were. he was. she was. it was. we were. you were. they were. Neg. No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, I was not. (wasn't) you were not. (weren't) he was not. (wasn't) she was not. (wasn't) it was not. (wasn't) we were not. (weren't) you were not. (weren't) they were not. (weren't)

Nota: No se contrae la forma afirmativa de las respuestas cortas.

Was and Were - Real English 42 was/were Were you good at school? We're vs were (and wear)

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La estructura básica del pasado simple:
La estructura básica del afirmativo del pasado simple: (somebody=alguien; somewhere-algún sitio; something=algo) sujeto I You He She It You We They verbo liked got needed had went wrote walked did somebody. something. something. something. somewhere. something. somewhere. something.

(MP3) Alguien me gustó. Cogistes algo. (tú) Necesitó algo. (él) Tuvo algo. (ella) Fue a algún sitio. Escribisteis algo. (vosotros) Caminamos a algún sitio. Hicieron algo. (ellos)

Nota: Con el pasado simple afirmativo se utiliza la forma "pasado simple" del verbo ("no" el infinitivo). Dentro de esta forma, hay dos tipos de verbos: los verbos regulares y los verbos irregulares.

Verbos Regulares: Regular verbs - the past tense. Estos son verbos como "walk" (andar), "talk" (hablar), "rate" (categorizar), "raise" (levantar), "hate" (odiar), "help" (ayudar), "like" (gustar), "want" (querer), "raid" (asaltar, redar), "last" (durar), "gore" (cornear), "wash" (lavar), "ask" (preguntar), "work" (trabajar), "show" (mostrar), "use" (usar), "look" (mirar a un objeto fijo), "watch" (mirar a una actividad en progreso), "listen" (escuchar), etc. Para hacer el "pasado simple" de estos verbos, simplemente hay que añadir la terminación "ed" a su infinitivo. Por ejemplo, el pasado simple de (MP3) (Voz de: Christopher Wright) "walk" es "walked", "talk" = "talked", "rate" = "rated", "raise" = "raised", "hate" = hated", "help" = "helped", "like" = "liked", "want" = "wanted", "last" = "lasted", "gore" = "gored", "wash" = "washed", "ask" = "asked", "work" = "worked", "show" = "showed", "use" = "used", "look" = "looked", "watch" = "watched", "listen" = "listened", "interview" = "interviewed", "play" = "played", "beg" = "begged", "move" = "moved", "push" = "pushed", "present" = "presented", etc. Nota: La pronunciación de la terminación "ed" en los verbos regulares depende del sonido que le precede. Si el sonido anterior a "ed" es "t" o "d" el sonido que sigue es "Id" (un sonido entre "e" e "i" en castellano). Si el sonido anterior es "explosivo" (o sea, que solamente se produce con aire y no con voz o vibraciones de la garganta) el sonido que sigue es "t". Si el sonido anterior se produce con la voz o con vibraciónes de la garganta (y no simplemente con aire expulsado a través de la boca) el sonido es "d" (este sonido se suele parecer a la "r" en la palabra "mar" en castellano.) / Id / Rated Hated Wanted Lasted /t/ Walked Talked Helped Liked Washed Asked Worked Looked Watched /d/ Raised Gored Showed Used Listened

(MP3)

Verbos Irregulares: Irregular verbs - the past tense. Con los verbos irregulares ya no es cuestión de añadir simplemente una terminación (como "ed" en el pasado simple). El verbo puede cambiar completamente de forma y no queda más remedio que memorizarlo. (¡Menos mal que tampoco hay tantas!) Entre los verbos irregulares hay verbos como: "find" (encontrar), "get" (coger), "give" (dar), "come" (venir), "go" (ir), "have" (tener), "know" (saber), "put" (poner), "read" (leer), "say" (decir), "see" (ver), "write" (escirbir), "take" (llevar), "think" (pensar), "make" (hacer), "do" (hacer), etc. Por ejemplo, el pasado simple de "find" es "found", "get" = "got", "give" = "gave", "come" = "came", "go" = "went", "have" = "had", "know" = "knew", "put" = "put", "read" = "read", "say" = "said", "see" = "saw", "write" = "wrote", "take" = "took", "think" = "thought", "make" = "made", "do" = "did", etc. Vocabulario (practica y memoriza los verbos de la segunda columna en estas listas): Verbos Irregulares Irregular verbs Practica Algunos Verbos Past Simple Verbs Pictures List Past Simple Activities Verbs Pictures List Most Frequent Verbs List - Incluidos en la lista de las 200 palabras más frecuentes están muchos verbos irregulares en su forma "pasado simple".
Nota: La forma del verbo en el pasado simple no cambia cuando se utiliza "he, she, it" o cuando se habla en "tercera persona."

By Steven Starry - (Alcorcón, Villaviciosa, Leganés)

Diferencias entre el presente simple y el pasado simple: ambos utilizan la misma estructura básica, pero un auxiliar diferente “did” y una forma diferente del verbo. También hay diferentes formas de verbos: la forma regular y la irregular. Compara “Do you like the Beatles?” (“¿Te gustan los Beatles?) con “Did you like the Beatles?” (¿Te gustaron los Beatles?) También, compara “I swim...” con “I swam...”

Cuatro videos sobre el pasado simple de Jennifer:

Videos by Jennifer ESL, Part: b, c, d. Otro en Castellano: Pasado Simple

Past simple and common regular verbs:

by: Englischbox

La estructura básica del verbo "to be" en pasado:

Verb "be" - in present vs past simple by learnamericanenglish on Youtube

Verb "be" in past simple by learnamericanenglish on Youtube The verb "be" in the past tense.

La estructura básica del afirmativo del verbo "to be" en pasado Sujeto I You He She It We You They Verbo was were was was was were were were objeto / complemento a student. happy. a musician. in the car. a hot day. lucky. from Madrid. ours.

Era alumno. Eras feliz. Fue músico. Estaba en el coche. Era un día caluroso. Tuvimos suerte Erais de Madrid. Eran nuestros.

La estructura básica del negativo del verbo "to be" en pasado Sujeto I You He She It We You They Verbo was not were not was not was not was not were not were not were not objeto / complemento a student. happy. a musician. in the car. a hot day. lucky. from Madrid. ours.

No era alumno. No eras feliz. No era músico. No estaba en el coche. No era un día caluroso. No tuvimos suerte. No erais de Madrid. No eran nuestros.

Nota: Forma contraida: "was not" = "wasn't", "were not" = "weren't". The negative of verb "be" in the past tense La estructura básica del interrogativo del verbo "to be" en pasado objeto / complemento I a student? ¿Era alumno? Was you happy? ¿Eras feliz? Were he a musician? ¿Era músico? Was she in the car? ¿Estaba en el coche? Was it a hot day? ¿Era un día caluroso? Was we lucky? ¿Tuvimos suerte? Were you from Madrid? ¿Eras de Madrid? Were they ours? ¿Eran nuestros? Were Making Yes-No Questions in the Past Tense. Verbo Sujeto

Nota: Para hacer una oración interrogativa con el verbo "to be" en pasado simplemente se intercambia el verbo "to be" con el sujeto.

La estructura básica de las respuestas cortas del verbo "to be" en pasado Af. Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, I was. you were. he was. she was. it was. we were. you were. they were. Neg. No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, I was not. (wasn't) you were not. (weren't) he was not. (wasn't) she was not. (wasn't) it was not. (wasn't) we were not. (weren't) you were not. (weren't) they were not. (weren't)

Nota: No se contrae la forma afirmativa de las respuestas cortas.

Was and Were - Real English 42 was/were Were you good at school? We're vs were (and wear)

Online Reference
Dictionary, Encyclopedia & more

CASIO EW S4000

Word: by:

CASIO EWS3000

La estructura básica del pasado simple:
La estructura básica del afirmativo del pasado simple: (somebody=alguien; somewhere-algún sitio; something=algo)

sujeto I You He She It You We They

verbo liked got needed had went wrote walked did somebody. something. something. something. somewhere. something. somewhere. something.

(MP3) Alguien me gustó. Cogistes algo. (tú) Necesitó algo. (él) Tuvo algo. (ella) Fue a algún sitio. Escribisteis algo. (vosotros) Caminamos a algún sitio. Hicieron algo. (ellos)

Nota: Con el pasado simple afirmativo se utiliza la forma "pasado simple" del verbo ("no" el infinitivo). Dentro de esta forma, hay dos tipos de verbos: los verbos regulares y los verbos irregulares. Verbos Regulares: Regular verbs - the past tense. Estos son verbos como "walk" (andar), "talk" (hablar), "rate" (categorizar), "raise" (levantar), "hate" (odiar), "help" (ayudar), "like" (gustar), "want" (querer), "raid" (asaltar, redar), "last" (durar), "gore" (cornear), "wash" (lavar), "ask" (preguntar), "work" (trabajar), "show" (mostrar), "use" (usar), "look" (mirar a un objeto fijo), "watch" (mirar a una actividad en progreso), "listen" (escuchar), etc. Para hacer el "pasado simple" de estos verbos, simplemente hay que añadir la terminación "ed" a su infinitivo. Por ejemplo, el pasado simple de (MP3) (Voz de: Christopher Wright) "walk" es "walked", "talk" = "talked", "rate" = "rated", "raise" = "raised", "hate" = hated", "help" = "helped", "like" = "liked", "want" = "wanted", "last" = "lasted", "gore" = "gored", "wash" = "washed", "ask" = "asked", "work" = "worked", "show" = "showed", "use" = "used", "look" = "looked", "watch" = "watched", "listen" = "listened", "interview" = "interviewed", "play" = "played", "beg" = "begged", "move" = "moved", "push" = "pushed", "present" = "presented", etc. Nota: La pronunciación de la terminación "ed" en los verbos regulares depende del sonido que le precede. Si el sonido anterior a "ed" es "t" o "d" el sonido que sigue es "Id" (un sonido entre "e" e "i" en castellano). Si el sonido anterior es "explosivo" (o sea, que solamente se produce con aire y no con voz o vibraciones de la garganta) el sonido que sigue es "t". Si el sonido anterior se produce con la voz o con vibraciónes de la garganta (y no simplemente con aire expulsado a través de la boca) el sonido es "d" (este sonido se suele parecer a la "r" en la palabra "mar" en castellano.) / Id / Rated Hated Wanted Lasted /t/ Walked Talked Helped Liked /d/ Raised Gored Showed Used

(MP3)

Washed Asked Worked Looked Watched

Listened

-ed endings practice (pdf), MP3 (by William Christison) Past simple regular verb endings. Pronunciation of past simple verbs. Regular verbs in the past tense. Verbos Regulares. Verbos Irregulares: Irregular verbs - the past tense. Con los verbos irregulares ya no es cuestión de añadir simplemente una terminación (como "ed" en el pasado simple). El verbo puede cambiar completamente de forma y no queda más remedio que memorizarlo. (¡Menos mal que tampoco hay tantas!) Entre los verbos irregulares hay verbos como: "find" (encontrar), "get" (coger), "give" (dar), "come" (venir), "go" (ir), "have" (tener), "know" (saber), "put" (poner), "read" (leer), "say" (decir), "see" (ver), "write" (escirbir), "take" (llevar), "think" (pensar), "make" (hacer), "do" (hacer), etc. Por ejemplo, el pasado simple de "find" es "found", "get" = "got", "give" = "gave", "come" = "came", "go" = "went", "have" = "had", "know" = "knew", "put" = "put", "read" = "read", "say" = "said", "see" = "saw", "write" = "wrote", "take" = "took", "think" = "thought", "make" = "made", "do" = "did", etc. Vocabulario (practica y memoriza los verbos de la segunda columna en estas listas): Verbos Irregulares Irregular verbs Practica Algunos Verbos Past Simple Verbs Pictures List Past Simple Activities Verbs Pictures List Most Frequent Verbs List - Incluidos en la lista de las 200 palabras más frecuentes están muchos verbos irregulares en su forma "pasado simple". Verbos Irregulares. Irregular verbs list video. Twenty Irregular Verbs. Irregular verbs video 1. Irregular verbs video 2. Irregular verbs video 3. Irregular verbs video 4. Nota: La forma del verbo en el pasado simple no cambia cuando se utiliza "he, she, it" o cuando se habla en "tercera persona."

Más recursos: Todos los verbos son irregulares, En busca del tiempo perdido, la pronunciación de -ed

Past Tense Regular Verb Pronunciation by Rebecca ESL also at: Engvid.com

La estructura básica del negativo del pasado simple: sujeto I You He She It You We They auxiliar didn't didn't didn't didn't didn't didn't didn't didn't verbo like get need have go write have do somebody. something. something. something. somewhere. something. something. something.

(MP3) Alguien no me gustó. No cogistes algo. (tú) No necesitó algo. (él) No tuvo algo. (ella) No fue a ningún sitio. No escribisteis algo. No tuvimos algo. No hicieron algo. (ellos)

The Past Tense - Negative. Nota: Forma contraida: "didn't" = "did not". Nota: En las oraciones negativas en pasado simple el verbo va en infinitivo. La razón de esto es que el auxilar "did" ya comunica por si mismo que la oración está en pasado simple y cambiar la forma del verbo sería redundante. La estructura básica del interrogativo del pasado simple: (anywhere = alguna o cualquier parte, anybody = cualquiera, alguien, anything = cualquier cosa, algo) aux Did Did Did Did Did Did sujeto I you he she it you verbo know you? work? write anything? go anywhere? work? understand?

(MP3) ¿Te conocí? ¿Trabajaste? ¿Escribió algo? ¿Fué a algún sitio? ¿Funcionó? ¿Entendisteis?

Did Did

we they

need like

anything? anybody?

¿Necesitabamos algo? ¿Les cayó bien alguien?

Nota: En las oraciones interrogativas en pasado simple el verbo va en infinitivo. Nota: La palabra "some" y "any" a veces significan lo mismo. La principal diferencia es que "some" se suele utilizar para afirmativas y "any" para negativas y interrogativas.

By Steven Starry - (Alcorcón, Villaviciosa, Leganés)

Diferencias entre el presente simple y el pasado simple: ambos utilizan la misma estructura básica, pero un auxiliar diferente “did” y una forma diferente del verbo. También hay diferentes formas de verbos: la forma regular y la irregular. Compara “Do you like the Beatles?” (“¿Te gustan los Beatles?) con “Did you like the Beatles?” (¿Te gustaron los Beatles?) También, compara “I swim...” con “I swam...”

Cuatro videos sobre el pasado simple de Jennifer:

Videos by Jennifer ESL, Part: b, c, d. Otro en Castellano: Pasado Simple

Past simple and common regular verbs:

by: Englischbox

La estructura básica del verbo "to be" en pasado:

Verb "be" - in present vs past simple by learnamericanenglish on Youtube

Verb "be" in past simple by learnamericanenglish on Youtube The verb "be" in the past tense.

La estructura básica del afirmativo del verbo "to be" en pasado Sujeto I You He She It We You They Verbo was were was was was were were were objeto / complemento a student. happy. a musician. in the car. a hot day. lucky. from Madrid. ours.

Era alumno. Eras feliz. Fue músico. Estaba en el coche. Era un día caluroso. Tuvimos suerte Erais de Madrid. Eran nuestros.

La estructura básica del negativo del verbo "to be" en pasado Sujeto I You He She It We You They Verbo was not were not was not was not was not were not were not were not objeto / complemento a student. happy. a musician. in the car. a hot day. lucky. from Madrid. ours.

No era alumno. No eras feliz. No era músico. No estaba en el coche. No era un día caluroso. No tuvimos suerte. No erais de Madrid. No eran nuestros.

Nota: Forma contraida: "was not" = "wasn't", "were not" = "weren't". The negative of verb "be" in the past tense La estructura básica del interrogativo del verbo "to be" en pasado objeto / complemento I a student? ¿Era alumno? Was you happy? ¿Eras feliz? Were he a musician? ¿Era músico? Was she in the car? ¿Estaba en el coche? Was it a hot day? ¿Era un día caluroso? Was we lucky? ¿Tuvimos suerte? Were you from Madrid? ¿Eras de Madrid? Were they ours? ¿Eran nuestros? Were Making Yes-No Questions in the Past Tense. Verbo Sujeto

Nota: Para hacer una oración interrogativa con el verbo "to be" en pasado simplemente se intercambia el verbo "to be" con el sujeto.

La estructura básica de las respuestas cortas del verbo "to be" en pasado Af. Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, I was. you were. he was. she was. it was. we were. you were. they were. Neg. No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, I was not. (wasn't) you were not. (weren't) he was not. (wasn't) she was not. (wasn't) it was not. (wasn't) we were not. (weren't) you were not. (weren't) they were not. (weren't)

Nota: No se contrae la forma afirmativa de las respuestas cortas.

Was and Were - Real English 42 was/were Were you good at school? We're vs were (and wear)

Online Reference
Dictionary, Encyclopedia & more

CASIO EW S4000

Word: by:

CASIO EWS3000

La estructura básica del pasado simple:
La estructura básica del afirmativo del pasado simple: (somebody=alguien; somewhere-algún sitio; something=algo)

sujeto I You He She It You We They

verbo liked got needed had went wrote walked did somebody. something. something. something. somewhere. something. somewhere. something.

(MP3) Alguien me gustó. Cogistes algo. (tú) Necesitó algo. (él) Tuvo algo. (ella) Fue a algún sitio. Escribisteis algo. (vosotros) Caminamos a algún sitio. Hicieron algo. (ellos)

Nota: Con el pasado simple afirmativo se utiliza la forma "pasado simple" del verbo ("no" el infinitivo). Dentro de esta forma, hay dos tipos de verbos: los verbos regulares y los verbos irregulares. Verbos Regulares: Regular verbs - the past tense. Estos son verbos como "walk" (andar), "talk" (hablar), "rate" (categorizar), "raise" (levantar), "hate" (odiar), "help" (ayudar), "like" (gustar), "want" (querer), "raid" (asaltar, redar), "last" (durar), "gore" (cornear), "wash" (lavar), "ask" (preguntar), "work" (trabajar), "show" (mostrar), "use" (usar), "look" (mirar a un objeto fijo), "watch" (mirar a una actividad en progreso), "listen" (escuchar), etc. Para hacer el "pasado simple" de estos verbos, simplemente hay que añadir la terminación "ed" a su infinitivo. Por ejemplo, el pasado simple de (MP3) (Voz de: Christopher Wright) "walk" es "walked", "talk" = "talked", "rate" = "rated", "raise" = "raised", "hate" = hated", "help" = "helped", "like" = "liked", "want" = "wanted", "last" = "lasted", "gore" = "gored", "wash" = "washed", "ask" = "asked", "work" = "worked", "show" = "showed", "use" = "used", "look" = "looked", "watch" = "watched", "listen" = "listened", "interview" = "interviewed", "play" = "played", "beg" = "begged", "move" = "moved", "push" = "pushed", "present" = "presented", etc. Nota: La pronunciación de la terminación "ed" en los verbos regulares depende del sonido que le precede. Si el sonido anterior a "ed" es "t" o "d" el sonido que sigue es "Id" (un sonido entre "e" e "i" en castellano). Si el sonido anterior es "explosivo" (o sea, que solamente se produce con aire y no con voz o vibraciones de la garganta) el sonido que sigue es "t". Si el sonido anterior se produce con la voz o con vibraciónes de la garganta (y no simplemente con aire expulsado a través de la boca) el sonido es "d" (este sonido se suele parecer a la "r" en la palabra "mar" en castellano.) / Id / Rated Hated Wanted Lasted /t/ Walked Talked Helped Liked /d/ Raised Gored Showed Used

(MP3)

Washed Asked Worked Looked Watched

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-ed endings practice (pdf), MP3 (by William Christison) Past simple regular verb endings. Pronunciation of past simple verbs. Regular verbs in the past tense. Verbos Regulares. Verbos Irregulares: Irregular verbs - the past tense. Con los verbos irregulares ya no es cuestión de añadir simplemente una terminación (como "ed" en el pasado simple). El verbo puede cambiar completamente de forma y no queda más remedio que memorizarlo. (¡Menos mal que tampoco hay tantas!) Entre los verbos irregulares hay verbos como: "find" (encontrar), "get" (coger), "give" (dar), "come" (venir), "go" (ir), "have" (tener), "know" (saber), "put" (poner), "read" (leer), "say" (decir), "see" (ver), "write" (escirbir), "take" (llevar), "think" (pensar), "make" (hacer), "do" (hacer), etc. Por ejemplo, el pasado simple de "find" es "found", "get" = "got", "give" = "gave", "come" = "came", "go" = "went", "have" = "had", "know" = "knew", "put" = "put", "read" = "read", "say" = "said", "see" = "saw", "write" = "wrote", "take" = "took", "think" = "thought", "make" = "made", "do" = "did", etc. Vocabulario (practica y memoriza los verbos de la segunda columna en estas listas): Verbos Irregulares Irregular verbs Practica Algunos Verbos Past Simple Verbs Pictures List Past Simple Activities Verbs Pictures List Most Frequent Verbs List - Incluidos en la lista de las 200 palabras más frecuentes están muchos verbos irregulares en su forma "pasado simple". Verbos Irregulares. Irregular verbs list video. Twenty Irregular Verbs. Irregular verbs video 1. Irregular verbs video 2. Irregular verbs video 3. Irregular verbs video 4. Nota: La forma del verbo en el pasado simple no cambia cuando se utiliza "he, she, it" o cuando se habla en "tercera persona."

Más recursos: Todos los verbos son irregulares, En busca del tiempo perdido, la pronunciación de -ed

Past Tense Regular Verb Pronunciation by Rebecca ESL also at: Engvid.com

La estructura básica del negativo del pasado simple: sujeto auxiliar verbo somebody. something. something. something. somewhere. something. something. something.

I like didn't You get didn't He need didn't She have didn't It go didn't You write didn't We have didn't They do didn't The Past Tense - Negative.

(MP3) Alguien no me gustó. No cogistes algo. (tú) No necesitó algo. (él) No tuvo algo. (ella) No fue a ningún sitio. No escribisteis algo. No tuvimos algo. No hicieron algo. (ellos)

Nota: Forma contraida: "didn't" = "did not". Nota: En las oraciones negativas en pasado simple el verbo va en infinitivo. La razón de esto es que el auxilar "did" ya comunica por si mismo que la oración está en pasado simple y cambiar la forma del verbo sería redundante. La estructura básica del interrogativo del pasado simple: (anywhere = alguna o cualquier parte, anybody = cualquiera, alguien, anything = cualquier cosa, algo) aux Did Did Did Did Did Did Did Did sujeto I you he she it you we they verbo know work? write go work? understand? need like you? anything? anywhere?

anything? anybody?

(MP3) ¿Te conocí? ¿Trabajaste? ¿Escribió algo? ¿Fué a algún sitio? ¿Funcionó? ¿Entendisteis? ¿Necesitabamos algo? ¿Les cayó bien alguien?

Nota: En las oraciones interrogativas en pasado simple el verbo va en infinitivo. Nota: La palabra "some" y "any" a veces significan lo mismo. La principal diferencia es

que "some" se suele utilizar para afirmativas y "any" para negativas y interrogativas. La estructura básica de las respuestas cortas del pasado simple: Af. Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, I did. you did. he did. she did. it did. we did. you did. they did. Neg. No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No,

(MP3) I did not. (didn't) you did not. (didn't) he did not. (didn't) she did not. (didn't) it did not. (didn't) we did not. (didn't) you did not. (didn't) they did not. (didn't)

Para que se utiliza el pasado simple:
Para hablar sobre una acción o algo que tuvo lugar en el pasado y que no tiene ya relación alguna con el presente.

Revisión pasado simple:

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