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Guide N° 3 Grade 9 Th

Theme: Past Simple Tense

Teacher English: Ligia Rojas

Specific goal: identifies the past simple of regular and irregular verbs in its
grammar basic forms.

Past Simple Tense

Se usa para hablar de acciones, estados o situaciones que ocurrieron en el

pasado y están terminadas en el pasado.

Be Past Simple Tense

I was I wasn’t Was I?

You were You weren’t Were you?

She was she wasn’t was she?

It was It wasn’t was it?

We were we weren’t were we?

They were they weren’t were they?

Example: Ann was occupied in his homeworks , last night + sentence

She wasn’t occupied in his homework, last night. _


Was she occupied in his homework, last night? ? Sentence

Yes, she was. Or No, she wasn’t short


Los verbos regulares forman su pasado agregando una ED al final del verbo:

Present past

Work worked
Visist visited

Start started

Answer answered

Example: I worked in Tativan hotel , last year. + Sentence

I didn’t work in Tativan hotel, last year. _

Sentence Did I work in Tativan hotel, last year? ?


Yes, I did Or No, I didn’t Short answer

Los verbos irregulares pueden cambiar una parte o todo el verbo; para su
forma en pasado por eso se hace necesario memorizar la lista de estos.
Retome la lista de verbos asignados en clases

Presenciales vistas o en su defecto recurra a la lista que aparece en la mitad o

final del diccionario.

Some irregular verbs in past simple:

Present past

Come came

Feel felt

Sleep slept

Put put

Yesterday, you went to the supermarket. + Sentence

Yesterday, you didn’t go to the supermarket. _ Sentence

Did you go to the supermarket? ? Sentence

Yes, I did. Or No, I didn’t. Short answer

Nótese que el verbo regular e irregular, vuelven a su forma present tanto en
la oración negativa

Como interrogativa.

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Activity: write the sentences in negative and interrogative form:

Susan cleaned her house, yesterday.

Susan didn’t clean her house, yesterday.

Did Susan clean her house?

They listened to the radio last night.

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My mother arrived home at 8 o’clock.

They bought the drinks in this shop.

My sister played in the playground, yesterday.

My friends lost their keys 1 hour ago.

They studied hard for the science exam last night.

They went to the cinema last Saturday.

I read an interesting book a moment

ago. My father broke the chair last night.

She told me the truth two days ago.

Fill in the gaps with the past of verb in brackets:

Juanes traveled to Europe last Friday. (Travel)

We to the park after school. (Go)

They at grandmother’s house last night. (Be)

Peter an email for you on Friday. (Send)

It a lot last night. (Rain).

My mum a delicious cake.(bake).

Paula Mr. Smith’s explanation. (Understand)

Henry 100 meters in the last marathon. (run)

My brother at 7 o’clock , yesterday. (Wake

up) In my garden a beautiful flower. (Grow)

David a big whole in his yard. (Dig)

Rewrite a short passage of book The Price of Paradise written by Susana
Lopez. Order the

Following sentences with numbers and add them to the first that you will

In contrast to the Cubans men in linen suits and women in print

dresses we were like a sweaty flock of sheep. I looked with envy at the
customs agent.

My wool pants and jacket made my skin itch, and the hat that had so
many times protected me

From snow in Asturias now threatened to boil my brains under the tropical

None of us who got off the ship were wearing the right clothes

His short sleeved white shirt was living image of comfort. As we

waited, our documents in hand,

A mulata secretary, with bare legs and dress that showed off her naked
shoulders, provoked hoots and whistles from the men in line.

_1The first thing I realized when I stepped onto the pier in Havana was that I
wasn’t dressed right for Cuban weather.

That was a considerable achievement, given how exhausted

and hungry we were after more than forty days squeezed into tiny bunk
beds with mush as our only nourishment.

Now, you begin: 1 the first thing I realized when I stepped onto the

Pier in Havana was that I wasn’t dressed right for Cuban weather.-


Step: Pasar None: ninguno Wool:

Skin: Piel brain: cerebro linen suit:

Itch: picar threat: amenaza sweaty flock:

rebaño sudoroso

Sleeve: manga naked: desnudo Achievement: logro

Bunk: litera/camarote Squeeze: exprimir Tiny: diminuto/minusculo

Nourishment: alimentacion/nutricion