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Past tense

Simple Past

Hello! Do you want to know about past tense? Then choose what you want to know and click.

Past Tense

Questions

Negatives

Vyberte si kapitolu a kliknutím vstupte. Na stránce vždy jednou klikněte myší, počkejte, co se bude dít, a splňte úkoly. Některé věty máte napsat do sešitu. Čtěte zadání! Pak můžete zase kliknout a jít dál.

Dostupné z Metodického portálu www.rvp.cz, ISSN: 1802-4785, financovaného z ESF a státního rozpočtu ČR. Provozováno Výzkumným ústavem pedagogickým v Praze.


Past tense

Simple Past

Just say or write the sentences with verbs in the past!

Look:

Hello! Nothing is as easy as the past tense, so don’t worry!

present

past

Jeremy goes to school.

Jeremy chodí do školy.

Jeremy went to school.

Jeremy chodil do školy.

Read and click.


Past tense

Regular verbs

(pravidelná slovesa)

look – looked

phone – phoned

decide – decided

check – checked

want – wanted

like – liked

love - loved

Can you write these sentences in the past tense?

Take your exercisebooks or a paper and write.

Peter looks out ofthe window.

She wants to go!

I like her very much.

I love sleeping!

verb + -ed


Past tense

Have you got the sentences?

Then you can click now and check your sentences!

Peter looked out of the window.

She wanted to go!

I liked her very much.

I loved sleeping!

Easy, wasn’t it?


Past tense

Do you know these verbs?

to be (is, are,am)

have

take

go

dream

write

give

get

was, were

had

took

went

dreamt

wrote

gave

got

These are irregular verbs. You must learn the past forms!


Past tense

One more exercise:

I went home.

I liked the film.

I wanted the book.

They wanted to go.

Translate:

Šel jsem domů.

Ten film se mi líbil.

(Pozor, podmět je „já“, ne „ten film“!)

Chtěl jsem tu knížku.

Chtěli jít.

Have you got it? Was it difficult?

Of course not!

English is easy!

click!


Past tense

That’s all!

Now you can use the simple past tense!

Bye!

Go back to the start


Negatives

present – přítomný čas

I go to work.

I went to work.

Negatives

past – minulý čas

I didn’t go to work.

past - negative

I like negatives in the past! They are all the same! Just put „didn’t“ before the verb!

The verb is in the present form.

Don’t care about the third person (he goes, she goes) – don’twrite „-s“ there!


Negatives1

Negatives

I wanted to go.

Negative:I didn’t want to go.

who

negative

verb in the present form

She wanted to leave.

Joseph looked out of the window.

Caroline went to Prague by train.

Nicolas liked the film.

She didn’t want to leave.

Have you finished? Then click!

Joseph didn’t look out of the window.

Can you make these sentences negative?

Write them into your exercise book.

Caroline didn’t go to Prague by train.

Read now!

Nicolas didn’t like the film.


Past tense

How good you are!

Now you can do negatives in the past!

Hurray!

Back to start


Questions

?

Questions

It is easy - just use your brain! You can understand it, but read it properly!

… and if you do not know what „properly“ is, it means „pořádně, pečlivě“ in Czech!


Questions1

Questions

Questions are almost the same like in the present tense. Only use „did“ instead of „do“ or „does“.

Do you go with them? Jdeš s nimi?

Did you go with them? Šel jsi s nimi?

Do you like the book? Líbí se ti ta knížka?

Didyou like the book? Líbila se ti ta knížka?

namísto


Sometimes you need to use what where why how or when start with this word

Sometimes you need to use „what“, „where“, „why“, „how“ or „when“. Start with this word!

When did you go?

What did you say?

Where did you live?

Why did you tell her?

How did you do it?

If you need, write them into your exercise book!

Kdy jsi šel?

Co jsi říkal?

Kde jsi bydlel?

Proč jsi jí to říkal?

Jak jsi to udělal?

Do you still remember?

What – co, jaký

Where – kde, kam

When – kdy

Why – proč

How - jak


I said something to kate

I said something to Kate.

What did you say to her?

Tázací slovo - například kdo, kde, proč, jak

(where, who, when, why, how)

zbytek věty

(Na) koho se ptáme?

Tebe – you

She, he, they, we…

Vlastní sloveso, na co se ptáme

(v přít. tvaru)

Pomocné sloveso „do“ v min. čase

Tázací slova „where“, „when“ atd. v otázce nutně být nemusí, záleží na co se ptáme. Pokud tam nejsou, věta vypadá úplně stejně, ale začíná slovem „Did“ – u všech osob.

Didyou go there?

I hope it is clear now!

Šel jsi tam?


Past tense

Exercises

Take your exercise books and write:

1. Make questions:

put where you did it ?

her to it tell did you ?

say why you that did ?

leave did when she ?

Have you got all the sentences?

Then click and check them!

Where did you put it?

Did you tell it to her?

Why did you say that?

When did she leave?

2. Write these questions in the past:

Do you like his brother?

Do you play tennis?

Do you want to go there?

Did you like his brother?

Did you play tennis?

Did you want to go there?


Past tense

That‘s all. Now you can go back to the start!

Back to start


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