9 abr. 2015

VERB TO BE (PAST)

The structure of a sentence in the past is the same as in the present. The only difference is that the verb to be is in the past instead of being in the present.


PRESENT PAST
I am was
you are were
he is was
she is was
it is was
we are were
you are were
they are were
           

          Present: She is a very happy girl
          Past: She was a very happy girl
          
          Present: They aren't in Newcastle
          Past: They weren't in Newcastle
          
          Present: Are you interested in Maths?
          Past: Were you interested in Maths?

And now time to practise:

exercise 1
exercise 2
exercise 3
exercise 4
exercise 5
exercise 6
exercise 7

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