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SIMPLE PAST X PAST CONTINUOUS. Andressa Ribeiro do Amaral. Ações pontuais acabadas no passado: I broke my leg two days ago. We got married in the summer of 1965.

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Simple past x past continuous

SIMPLE PAST X PAST CONTINUOUS

Andressa Ribeiro do Amaral


Simple past

  • Ações pontuais acabadas no passado: I brokemylegtwodays ago.

  • Wegotmarried in thesummerof 1965.

  • Geralmente, o SimplePast vem acompanhado de um advérbio do passado: yesterday, lastnight, threemonthsago, in 1989, thepastJune...

SIMPLE PAST


Simple past1

  • Forma-se o SimplePast dos verbos regulares acrescentando “ed” na terminação do verbo: start  started.

  • Verbos terminados em e: acrescenta-se apenas o d: love loved.

  • Verbos terminados em vogal + y: acrescenta-se o ed: play  played.

SIMPLE PAST


Simple past2

  • Verbos terminados em consoante + y: tira-se o y e acrescenta-se ied: study  studied.

  • Verbos terminados em CVC: dobra-se a última consoante: plan  planned.

SIMPLE PAST


Simple past3

  • Não há regra quanto aos verbos irregulares; cada um apresenta uma irregularidade distinta:

  • Become became

  • Have  had

  • Drink  drank

  • Understand  understood

  • Think  thought

SIMPLE PAST


Simple past4

  • No SimplePast, as formas negativa e interrogativa exigem um verbo auxiliar – Didou Didn’t(did+ not):

  • Didyouseethem? No I didn’t.

  • He didn’tintendtoscrewthingsup, buthe did.

SIMPLE PAST


Past continuous

  • Ações em andamento durante algum momento no passado: I wasdoingthedisheswhenthephonerang.

  • The audiencestartedapplaudingwhilehewassinging.

PAST CONTINUOUS


Past continuous1

  • Forma-se o PastContinuous a partir do verbo tobe no passado (simplepast) + o verbo principal no gerúndio (-ing):

  • She [tobe] [to do] herhomeworkwhenhermotherarrived Shewasdoingherhomeworkwhenhermotherarrived.

PAST CONTINUOUS


Past continuous2

  • Para os verbos terminados em “e”, tira-se o “e” e acrescenta-se o “ing”: move  moving

  • Para os verbos terminados em cvc, dobra-se a última consoante: plan  planning

PAST CONTINUOUS


Past continuous3

  • No PastContinuous, o verbo tobe funciona como o verbo auxiliar nas sentenças negativas e interrogativas:

  • WeretheystudyingEnglish?

  • Yes, theywere.

  • Mywifewasn’texpectinghimto come, and I wasn’teither.

PAST CONTINUOUS


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