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'''To form questions and negatives in the simple past we use ''did'' or ''didn’t'' + ''infinitive''. Look at the examples below.'''
 
 
 
'''QUESTIONS'''
 
 
'''''Did''' you '''talk''' to the manager?''
 
 
'''''Did''' you '''swim'''? ''
 
 
'''''Did''' you '''drink''' wine?''
 
 
 
 
'''NEGATIVES'''
 
 
''I '''didn’t talk''' to anyone. ''
 
 
''John '''didn’t swim'''.''
 
 
''We '''didn’t drink''' wine. ''
 
 
 
 
'''In statements in the simple past we use regular verbs with ''–ed'':'''
 
 
''I talk'''ed''' to the manager. ''
 
 
'''or irregular verbs in their past forms:'''
 
 
''I '''swam''' in the sea.''
 
 
''We '''drank''' a lot of wine.''
 
 
 
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'''Now read this dialogue.'''
 
 
 
'''Tim:''' So how did you get back home last night? Any adventures on the way?
 
 
'''Jack:''' '''I''' simply '''walked'''. It was only 15 minutes. Nice and quiet.
 
 
'''Tim:''' You were lucky then. I wanted to walk home as well but while '''I was walking''' I saw some guys fighting outside that bar so I took a taxi – thank God it was there – and got home safely. It was a bit expensive, though.
 
 
 
 
 
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Jack was lucky – he walked all the way home without any trouble. His action was complete. Tim was less lucky – he wanted to walk but his action only started and it was interrupted by what he saw. So he never completed the action of walking home – in the middle of that action he took a taxi.
 
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'''PAST CONTINUOUS'''
 
 
<table width="425" border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" bordercolor="#CCCCCC">
 
  <tr>
 
    <td width="111"> <div align="center">I/He/She/It</div></td>
 
    <td width="101"> <p align="center">was </p></td>
 
    <td width="171" rowspan="2"><div align="center"> read<b>ing</b><br> writ<b>ing</b><br> work<b>ing</b></div></td>
 
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  <tr>
 
    <td><div align="center">We/You/They</div></td>
 
    <td><div align="center">were</div></td>
 
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'''Look at some more examples showing the difference between the simple past and the past continuous.'''
 
 
 
I was watching TV when the phone rang.
 
 
I was walking to work when I met David.
 
 
While I was helping Tim with the luggage, I hurt my back.
 
 
 
 
'''Now look at this example. Can you see the difference between these two sentences? The children a chance to see the whole movie only in one of them. Can you guess in which one and why?'''
 
 
 
1.When the children arrived, we were watching a movie.
 
 
2.When the children arrived, we watched a movie.
 
 
 
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In 2. First the children arrived and then we watched the movie. In 1 we had already started watching it before they arrived.</div>
 
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'''Make sure you remember the difference between these two tenses and now put the verbs into the correct form, past simple or past continuous.'''
 
 
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1. When I last ............. (see) Jill, she ............... (look) for a job in Manchester.
 
<wrongoption>saw / looked</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>was seeing / looked</wrongoption>
 
<rightoption>saw / was looking</rightoption>
 
<wrongoption>was seeing / was looking</wrongoption>
 
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2. When I ........... (be) young, I ............ (want) to be a fire fighter.
 
<wrongoption>was / was wanting</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>was being / wanted</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>was being / was wanting</wrongoption>
 
<rightoption>was / wanted</rightoption>
 
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3. ......................... (you/go) out last night with David? No, I ............ (stay) at the hotel.
 
<wrongoption>Did you go / Was staying</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>Were you going / stayed</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>Were you going / staying</wrongoption>
 
<rightoption>Did you go / stayed</rightoption>
 
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4. When she ...................... (cross) the street, she suddenly ............. (notice) a big truck.
 
<wrongoption>was crossing / was noticing</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>crossed / noticed</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>crossed / was noticing</wrongoption>
 
<rightoption>was crossing / noticed</rightoption>
 
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5. How fast ................... (you/ski) when you .................. (hit) the tree?
 
<wrongoption>were you skiing / were hitting</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>did you ski / were hitting</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>did you ski / hit</wrongoption>
 
<rightoption>were you skiing / hit</rightoption>
 
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6. ..................(you/see) your boss last week? No, he ......... (go) on a business trip.
 
<wrongoption>Were you seeing / went</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>Were you seeing / was going</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>Did you see / was going</wrongoption>
 
<rightoption>Did you see / went</rightoption>
 
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7. When I .................. (arrive) at the school, my daughter ....................... (wait) for me.
 
<wrongoption>was arriving / was waiting</wrongoption>
 
<rightoption>arrived / was waiting</rightoption>
 
<wrongoption>arrived / waited</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>was arriving / waited</wrongoption>
 
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8. While I ....... (write) on the blackboard and the kids  .......................  (run) round the classroom, someone suddenly ................ (open) the door.
 
<wrongoption>was writing / ran / was opening</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>wrote / ran / was opening</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>wrote / were running / was opening</wrongoption>
 
<rightoption>was writing / were running / opened</rightoption>
 
<wrongoption>was writing / were running / was opening</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>was writing /ran / opened</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>wrote / were running / opened</wrongoption>
 
<wrongoption>wrote / ran / opened</wrongoption>
 
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'''Now think of your own examples of such situations from the past when a longer activity was interrupted by something else happening. Use the ideas below to write 6 sentences.'''
 
 
 
'''LONG ACTIVITIES'''
 
 
having a bath/shower
 
 
shopping
 
 
driving
 
 
writing email messages
 
 
talking on the phone
 
 
lying on the beach
 
 
 
 
'''SUDDEN EVENTS'''
 
 
my boyfriend/girlfriend arrived
 
 
someone knocked on the door
 
 
my mobile rang
 
 
my coffee maker exploded
 
 
I met my ex
 
 
I heard a strange noise
 
  
 
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GRAMMAR: Past Simple and Past Continuous

Imagine that you talk to your friend who has just come back from a holiday in Bulgaria. What questions would you ask him? Complete the questions with was or did.

1. How ....... it?

was

did

2. ..... you like the food?

Did

Was

3. ..... you drink Bulgarian wine?

Was

Did

4. ...... it cheap?

Was

Did

5. ...... you swim in the sea?

Was

Did

6. ...... you make friends?

Was

Did

7. ..... you buy anything?

Was

Did

8. What ..... you buy?

Was

Did

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