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  1. YESTERDAY

  2. The Beatles was a rock band,founded in 1956 at the city Liverpool. Members:John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Star, George Harrison.

  3. Context • Jonh kennedy was killed in 1963 • Hippie Moviment won power in 60’s • The man walked on moon in 1969

  4. Yesterday-history One morning in 1965, Paul woke up with a melody in his head. He didn't have the lyric, but he called it Scrambled eggs Paul thought that the melody were already existent, then he showed it off for his friends, asking them if they knew it. Paul McCarteney made the final letter to the song He called ´´Yesterday´´.

  5. Yesterday All my troubles seemed so far away Now it looks as though they're here to stay Oh, I believe in yesterday

  6. Suddenly I'm not half the manI used to be There's a shadow hanging over me Oh, yesterday came suddenly

  7. Why she had to go I don't know She wouldn't say I said something wrong now I long For yesterday Yesterday Love was such an easy game to play Now I need a place tohide away Oh, I believe in yesterday

  8. Why she had to go I don't know She wouldn't say I said something wrong now I long For yesterday Yesterday Love was such an easy game to play Now I need a place to hide away Oh, I believe in yesterday

  9. Simple Past We use the Past Simple to talk about historical facts Regular Verbs : Verbs ending in consonant + y, lose y and gain IED Y: = Studied study. Verbs ending in vowel + y, simply became ED: play = played. Verbs ending in vowel + consonant, double the last consonant and earn ED: stop = stopped

  10. Simple Past Irregular Verbs : AssertionsThe affirmative sentences with irregular verbs are composed of subject + simple past tense of the verb: I saw (I saw) She said (she said)