Simple Past Tense

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The simple past is a verb tense that is used to talk about things that happened or existed before now (a completed action). The simple past tense shows that you are talking about something that has already happened.
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Forming the simple past tense 
Affirmative

  • Subject + verb + ed  
  • I walked.

Negative

  • Subject + did not + infinitive without to
  • They didn’t come.

Interrogative

  • Did + subject + infinitive without to
  • Did she arrive?

Interrogative negative

  • Did not+ subject + infinitive without to
  • Didn’t you play? 

Irregular verbs

  • Put: Put 
  • Cut: Cut 
  • Set: Set 
  • Cost: Cost 
  • Hit: Hit

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