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But many common verbs have irregular past simple forms

Break-broke come-came eat-ate go-went

We use the past simple to talk about recent actions in finished time periods – things we did last week, at the weekend, yesterday or this morning:

I went to Brighton last Sunday with Katie. We had a picnic on the beach. It was really nice.

We use the past simple to tell people about our lives in the past:

I studied music at college, and we started a band. We played at parties.

We use the past simple to tell true stories (lists of past actions) about ourselves, our families and friends:

I heard a loud noise, so I went downstairs, and I saw a big black dog in the kitchen.

We make the negative form of the past simple like this:

Subject + did not/didn’t + verb

I didn’t go to the game

We normally make the question form of the past simple like this:

Did + subject + verb?

Didyou write to Tim?


I’ve done


GRAMMAR 1. Look at the sentences from the interview with Pierre and answer the questions.

1 I've always enjoyed art.

2 I didn't like a lot of subjects at school.

In which sentence is he talking about:

a only the past? b his whole life up to now?

You can use the present perfect to talk about experiences up to now, from past to present. I’ve seen all Almodovar’sfilms. Oh really? I haven’t seen any of them. Don’t use the present perfect with finished times in the past. I went to Tokyo four years ago. I saw Jane last week. You can use ever in questions and negatives. Ever means “in my life / your whole life” Have you ever been to Japan? I haven’t ever been to Germany.

2. Complete the sentences with have, has, 've, haven't, hasn't.

have / has + past participle What kind of courses you done? I’done courses in music, local history and Spanish. I choose things I studied before. I never been very good with computers. she ever studied Spanish? Yes, she . No. She .

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