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English grammar - how do you make, use AND pronounce past simple regular verbs? The past simple for regular verbs isn't actually so simple or so regular. You can guess that the simple past talks about – yep! - the past, so that is things before now. But what kind of things and what kind of past does it talk about? Well, the simple past talks about things that have finished, that are complete, or over with. It is used to tell stories. Also, very importantly, we usually know WHEN specifically, not just before now, because there is often a time marker like, ‘last month’ or ’10 years ago’ or ‘in March’ or ‘in 1989’, or ‘yesterday’ etc as part of the statement. If there isn’t a time marker in the statement, then we have already said the WHEN before or we know that the listener already knows what we are talking about.
This course focuses on when and how to use the past simple for regular verbs. In the interactive grammar lesson we look at when to add ‘-d’, ‘-ed’ or ‘-ied’. The online reading and listening lesson looks at two different cross-cultural problems: one where two Americans are confused in a Brazilian restaurant, and another where an older Korean man isn't happy with having to schedule everything in America. There is also a special pronunciation lesson on how to pronounce past simple regular verb endings. And, as usual, there are also the interactive tests and language learning games to help you really improve your English ability.