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I was in towen.
You weren't at school yesterday.
The Police weren't American.They were British.
There was one American in the group.
We use the Past simple of be talk about situations and facts that happend in the past.
There are two forms of the Past simple of be : was,were.
To make the negative form we add not after the verb;was not , were not.
There are also the contracted forms : wasn't, weren't.AFFIRMATIVE FORME :NEGATIVE FORM :I wasI was not (wasn't)You wereYou were not (weren't)He wasHe was not (wasn't)She wasShe was not(wasn't)It wasIt was not(wasn't)We wereWe were not(weren't)They wereThey were not(weren't)
Time expressions with the past:
Yesterday I was at a birthday party.
You were in Paris five years ago.
We often use the past simple with a past time expression, which can go at the beginning or end of the sentence.
Past simple: time expressions.
On October 3rd,on Monday
Last August,Last Saturday
Two hours/Days/Months ago.
This morning,This afternoon
Past simple be(questions and short answers):
A:Was she at the party?
A:Was the TV programme good?
Where you ill?
*Interrogative form: Was I...?/Were you...?/Was he...?.
AFFIRMATIVE:Yes ,I was./Yes,you were./yes,...
NEGATIVE:No,I wasn't./ No,you weren't./ No,you weren't./No,....
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