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2. Past Simple Tense

We often use the simple past to talk about when things happened.

We use the simple past with finished time-expressions.

Form:
S + V.2 (V.ed) I saw the film last week.
S + didn't + V.1 I didn't see the film last week.
Did + S + V.1 ...? Did you see the film last week?

S + WAS/WERE + complement /adj.
I was in Prathom 2 last year. I was so upset last night.

S + wasn't/weren't + complement/ adj.
I wasn't in Prathom 2 last year. I wasn't upset last night.

Was/ Were + S + complement/ adj.?
Were you in Prathom 2 last year? Were you upset last night?

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