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El pasado simple ingls (Simple Past)

Es un tiempo verbal que se utiliza para expresar acciones que tuvieron lugar en el pasado. Encontramos dos tipos de pasado simple: el regular o el irregular. Para formar el pasado simple de los verbos regulares tenemos que aadir el sufijo 'ed' al infinitivo. Para formar el pasado simple de los verbos irregulares no se sigue ninguna regla.

falled not found. [VERB+ed] SE USA EN VERBOS REGULARES. Examples: * You called Debbie. * Did you call Debbie? * You did not call Debbie. Utilice el pasado simple para expresar la idea de que una accin empez y termin en un momento especfico en el pasado. A veces, el orador no puede realmente hablar del tiempo especfico, pero s tienen un tiempo especfico en mente. Examples: * I saw a movie yesterday. * * * * I didn't see a play yesterday. Last year, I traveled to Japan. Last year, I didn't travel to Korea. Did you have dinner last night?

* She washed her car. Se forma aadiendo "-ed" al infinitivo: || Infinitivo || Forma pasada || || To need (necesitar) || needed || || To listen (escuchar) || listened || Si el infinitivo del verbo termina en "e", entonces tan slo se le aade una "d": || Infinitivo || Forma pasada || || To love (amar) || loved || || To bribe (sobornar) || bribed || Si el infinitivo del verbo termina en "y", tras consonante, entonces esta letra "y" se

transforma en "i" y se le aade "-ed". || Infinitivo || Forma pasada || || To carry (llevar) || carried || || To study (estudiar) || studied || Si el infinitivo del verbo est formado por una sola slaba, con una sola vocal y termina en consonante, entonces esta consonante se dobla: || Infinitivo || Forma pasada || || To stop (parar) || stopped || || To ban (prohibir) || banned || Tambin se dobla la ltima consonante de aquellos verbos de dos o ms silabas, cuyo acento recae en la ltima slaba, y sta contiene una sola vocal y finaliza en una sola consonante: || Infinitivo || Forma pasada || || To admit (admitir) || admitted || || To prefer(preferir) || preferred || Por ltimo, se dobla tambin la ltima consonante de aquellos verbos cuyo infinitivo termina por "l", tras una nica vocal: || Infinitivo || Forma pasada || || To signal (sealar) || signalled || || To cancel (cancelar) || cancelled || VOCABULARIO || Sombrero || Hat || Chaleco || Vest || || Bufanda || Scarf || Corbata || Tie || || Gabardina || Raincoat || Camisa || Shirt || || Abrigo || Coat || Camiseta || T-shirt || || Chaqueta || Jacket || Traje || Suit || || Guante || Glove || Ropa interior || Underwear || || Pantalones || Pants || Camiseta (interior) || Vest || || Zapato || Shoe || Calzoncillo || Shorts || || Bota || Boat || Sujetador || Bra || || Zapatilla || Slipper || Calcetn || Sock || || Pijama || Pyjamas || Bragas || Panties || || Vestido || Dress || || ||

Verbos irregulares A - G
(to) awake | awoke | awoken .......... despertarse (to) be | was/were | been ..........ser, estar

(to) bear | bore | born..........dar a luz, soportar (to) beat | beat | beat ..........vencer, golpear (to) become | became | become ..........convertirse en, llegar a ser (to) begin | began | begun ..........comenzar, empezar (to) bend | bent | bent..........curvarse, doblar (to) bet | bet | bet ..........apostar (to) bid | bid/bade | bid/bidden..........pujar (to) bind | bound | bound ..........atar, encuadernar (to) bite | bit | bitten..........morder (to) bleed | bled | bled ..........sangrar (to) blow | blew | blown..........soplar (to) break | broke | broken..........romper (to) breed | bred | bred ..........alimentar, criar (to) bring | brought | brought..........traer, llevar (to) broadcast | broadcast | broadcast.......... emitir, difundir por televisin (to) build | built | built..........edificar, construir (to) burn | burned/burnet | burned/burnt ..........quemar, arder (to) burst | burst | burst ..........reventar, estallar (to) buy | bought | bought ..........comprar (to) cast | cast | cast ..........tirar, arrojar (to) catch | caught | caught..........coger (to) choose | chose | chosen ..........escoger, elegir (to) cling | clung | clung ..........agarrarse, aferrarse (to) come | came | come..........venir (to) cost | cost | cost ..........costar (to) creep | crept | crept..........arrastrarse (to) cut | cut | cut..........cortar (to) deal | dealt | dealt ..........tratar (to) dig | dug | dug ..........cavar (to) do | did | done..........hacer (to) draw | drew | drawn..........dibujar, pintar (to) dream| dreamed/dreamt | dreamed/dreamt ..........soar (to) drive | drove | driven ..........conducir (to) drink | drank | drunk ..........beber

(to) eat | ate | eaten ..........comer (to) fall | fell | fallen..........caer/se (to) feed | fed | fed..........alimentar (to) feel | felt | felt..........sentir (to) fight | fought | fought..........luchar (to) find | found | found ..........encontrar (to) flee | fled | fled..........huir (to) fly | flew | flown ..........volar (to) forbid | forbade | forbidden..........prohibir (to) forget | forgot | forgotten..........olvidar (to) forgive | forgave | forgiven..........perdonar (to) freeze | froze | frozen..........congelar, helar (to) get | got | gotten..........conseguir, lograr, obtener (to) give | gave | given..........dar (to) go | went | gone..........ir (to) grind | ground | ground..........moler (to) grow | grew | grown..........crecer

Verbos irregulares H - R
(to) hang | hung | hung..........colgar (to) hear | heard | heard..........or (to) hide | hid | hidden..........esconder, esconderse (to) hit | hit | hit..........golpear (to) hold | held | held..........agarrar, celebrar, coger, mantener (to) hurt | hurt | hurt..........daar, herir (to) keep | kept | kept..........guardar, mantener (to) kneel | knelt | knelt ..........arrodillarse (to) knit | knit | knit..........hacer punto (to) know | knew | known..........conocer, saber (to) lay | laid | laid ..........poner (to) lead | led | led..........conducir, dirigir (to) leap | leaped/lept | leaped/lept..........apoyarse (to) learn | learned/learnt | learned/learnt..........aprender

(to) leave | left | left..........dejar (to) lend | lent | lent..........prestar (to) let | let | let ..........dejar, permitir (to) lie | lay | lain..........echarse (to) light | lighted/lit | lighted ..........encender (to) lose| lost | lost..........perder (to) make | made | made..........hacer, fabricar (to) mean | meant | meant..........significar (to) meet | met | met..........conocerse por primera vez, encontrarse (to) mistake | mistook | mistaken..........errar, equivocarse (to) overcome | overcame | overcome..........vencer (to) overdo | overdid | overdone..........rehacer (to) pay | paid | paid..........pagar (to) prove | proved | proved/proven..........probar (to) put | put | put..........poner (to) quit | quit | quit..........abandonar, dejar de (to) read | read | read..........leer (to) ride | rode | ridden..........conducir, montar (to) ring | rang | rung..........llamar ( telfono o timbre) (to) rise | rose | risen..........elevarse, levantarse (to) run | ran | run..........correr

Verbos irregulares S - W
(to) say | said | said..........decir (to) see | saw | seen..........ver (to) seek | sought | sought..........buscar (to) sell | sold | sold..........vender (to) send | sent | sent ..........enviar (to) set | set | set..........poner(se) (to) sew | sewed | sewed/sewn..........coser (to) shake | shook | shaken..........sacudir (to) shave | shaved | shaved/shaven ..........afeitar (to) shear | shore | shorn..........esquilar

(to) shine | shone | shone..........brillar (to) shoot | shot | shot..........disparar (to) show | showed | showed/shown..........ensear, mostrar (to) shrink | shrank | shrunk ..........encoger/se (to) shut | shut | shut ..........cerrar (to) sing | sang | sung..........cantar (to) sink | sank | sunk..........hundirse (to) sit | sat | sat..........sentar/se (to) sleep | slept | slept ..........dormir (to) slide | slid | slid..........deslizarse, resbalar (to) smell | smelt | smelt..........oler (to) speak | spoke | spoken..........hablar (to) speed | sped | sped..........acelerar (to) spend | spent | spent ..........gastar (to) spill | spilled/spilt | spilled/spilt..........derramar (to) spin | spun | spun..........hilar (to) spit | spit/spat | spit..........escupir (to) split | split | split..........hender, partir, rajar (to) spread | spread | spread..........extender (to) spring | sprang/sprung | sprung..........saltar (to) stand | stood | stood..........estar de pie (to) steal | stole | stolen.......... robar (to) stick | stuck | stuck..........engomar, pegar (to) sting | stung | stung..........picar (to) stink | stank | stunk..........apestar (to) stride | strod | stridden..........dar zancadas (to) strike | struck | struck..........golpear (to) swear | swore | sworn..........jurar (to) sweep | swept | swept..........barrer (to) swell | swelled | swelled/swollen..........hincharse (to) swim | swam | swum..........nadar (to) swing | swung | swung..........columpiarse (to) take | took | taken..........coger (to) teach | taught | taught..........ensear, educar

(to) tear | tore | torn..........rasgar (to) tell | told | told..........contar, explicar (to) think | thought | thought..........pensar (to) throw | threw | thrown..........arrojar, tirar (to) thrust | thrust | thrust..........introducir (to) tread | trod | trodden..........pisar, hollar (to) understand | understood | understood..........entender, comprender (to) wake | woke | woken..........despertar/se (to) wear | wore | worn..........llevar puesto, usar (to) weave | weaved/wove | weaved/woven ..........tejer (to) weep | wept | wept ..........sollozar (to) wind | wound | wound ..........enrollar (to) win | won | won ..........ganar (to) withhold | withheld | withheld..........retener (to) write | wrote | written ..........escribir