- 1. Skills and testing criterions
- 2. ¿Did you say all the necessary to that person?
- 2.1. Activity 01
- 2.2. The simple past tense – the past perfect
- 2.2.1. Activity 02
- 2.2.2. Simple past tense (structures)
- 2.2.2. – USE 1 Completed Action in the Past
- 2.2.2. – USE 2 A Series of Completed Actions
- 2.2.2. – USE 3 Duration in Past
- 2.2.2. – USE 4 for Habits in the Past
- 2.3. Activity 3. Grammar exercise
- 2.4. Activity 4. Searching and memorizing
- 2.5. Activity 5. Verbal tenses changing (From the past to the future)
- 2.6. Activity 6. Icfes test practice of comprehension)
- 2.7. Passive voice
- 2.7. – Use of passive
- 2.7. – Form of passive
- 2.7. – Examples of passive
- 2.7.1. Activity 7. Passive voice with irregular verbs activity
- 2.7.2. Irregular verbs word list
- 3. Bibliography and webgraphy
2. ¿Did you say all the necessary to that person? (mix of verbal tenses)
2.2. The simple past tense – the past perfect
2.2.2. Simple past tense (structures)
USE 1 Completed Action in the Past
Use the Simple Past to express the idea that an action started and finished at a specific time in the past. Sometimes, the speaker may not actually mention the specific time, but they do have one specific time in mind.
- I saw a movie yesterday.
- I didn’t see a play yesterday.
- Last year, I traveled to Japan.
- Last year, I didn’t travel to Korea.
- Did you have dinner last night?
- She washed her car.
- He didn’t wash his car.