Past Times

The Simple Past is used to describe a complete action. To form past tenses, it’s helpful to remember this:
  • Although most past tense verbs end in -ed, certain verbs have irregular past tense forms that do not follow this rule.

Be, have, and do are the most commonly used irregular verbs. Unfortunately, memorizing these irregular verbs is the only way to completely master the past tense.

Remember, practice makes excellence.

If you want to have fun and learn the pronunciation of irregular verbs, click here.

Some interesting exercises about the Simple Past. Click here or here

And if you want some more practice about the -ed of regular verbs. Click here. It's a wonderful exercise from the British Council.

Now, have a look at this video and do the exercise.

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