Exercises about Simple Past

Simple past of the regular verbs.

 

The Simple Past – (O passado simples)

O Simple Past (Passado simples) usa-se para descrever ações que aconteceram em um tempo definido do passado: sabemos quando aconteceram e, geralmente, vem acompanhado de uma expressão de tempo (yesterday, last week, two weeks ago, last month, last year, five years ago…).
O Simple Past dos verbos regulares forma-se acrescentando -ed, -d ou -ied, ao infinitivo dos verbos (sem to), dependendo de cada terminação.

Os verbos terminados em (e), no infinitivo, acrescentam apenas (d).

Exemplo: I dance (eu danço)-Presente(present tense)

I danced (eu dancei/dançava)-Passado(past tense)

  • Os verbos terminados em (y) precedido de consoante formam o passado mudando o (y) por (ied).

Exemplo: I study (eu estudo)-Presente(present tense)

I studied (eu estudei/estudava)-Passado(past tense)

  • Os verbos terminados em (y) precedido de vogal formam o passado acrescentando (ed) ao verbo.

Exemplo: I play (eu jogo/brinco/toco)-Presente(present tense)

I played (eu joguei/jogava – toquei/tocava – brinquei/brincava )-Passado
(simple past)

  • Regra geral: acrescenta-se (ed) para formar os verbos regulares no passado.

Exemplo: I visit (eu visito)-Presente-(present tense)

I visited (eu visitei/visitava)-Passado(simple past)

  • Observação: A conjugação dos verbos é diferente do português. Enquanto cada pronome do português há uma conjugação diferente, no inglês há somente uma conjugação para todos os pronomes, e a tradução depende do sujeito. Em inglês com excessão as frases imperativas, todas as frases afirmativa, interrogativa ou negativa há um sujeito, não tem sujeito oculto.

A forma negativa dos verbos regulares é formada com o sujeito, mais (did not ou didn´t) e o infinitivo do verbo (sem to).
Negative = Subject + Auxiliar (negative) + Infinitive sem to

You did not (didn´t) work yesterday morning. (Você não trabalhou ontem de manhã)

A forma interrogativa dos verbos regulares é formada com (Did), mais o sujeito, mais o infinitivo (sem to)

Interrogative = Auxiliar + Subject + Infinitive (sem to)

Did you work yesterday morning? (Você trabalhou ontem de manhã?)

 

 

Quando a pergunta começar com uma Question-word a estrutura é a seguinte:

Interrogative = Question-word + Auxiliar + Subject + Infinitive (sem to)

Why did you study English last year?

 

 

 

Lista dos verbos regulares (pode ser que apareçam mais alguns verbos que não estão nesta lista).

Lembrando que o Simple Past (passado simples) dos verbos regulares têm a mesma terminação. Terminam em (ed)

Infinitive………………..Simple Past…………. Translation
1 to agree………………. agreed………………..concordar
2 to allow………………. allowed……………….permitir
3 to appear……………. apperared ………….aparecer
4 to arrive…………….. arrived………………..chegar
5 to ask…………………. asked…………………..perguntar
6 to brush……………… brushed………………escovar
7 to call………………….. called………………….chamar
8 to carry………………. carried……………….carregar
9 to clean………………. cleaned……………….limpar
10 to close…………….. closed………………….fechar
11 to cook…………….. cooked………………….cozinhar
12 to die………………. died………………………morrer
13 to drown………….. drowned………………afogar-se
14 to enter…………… entered…………………entrar
15 to expect…………. expected………………esperar
16 to finish……………. finished……………….terminar
17 to hate…………….. hated…………………..odiar
18 to hope……………. hoped…………………..esperar
19 to kiss…………….. kissed…………………..beijar
20 to learn…………… learned…………………aprender
21 to like……………… liked…………………….gostar
22 to listen…………… listened……………….escutar/ouvir
23 to look…………….. looked………………….olhar
24 to miss……………. missed…………………perder/sentir falta
25 to open……………. opened……………….abrir
26 to order…………… ordered………………ordenar/pedir
27 to pass…………….. passed………………..passar
28 to phone………….. phoned……………….telefonar
29 to plan…………….. planned………………planejar
30 to play……………… played……………….jogar/tocar/brincar
31 to prefer………….. preferred…………..preferir
32 to prepare……….. prepared……………preparar
33 to rain……………… rained………………..chover
34 to shave…………… shaved……………….barbear-se
35 to slice……………… sliced…………………cortar em fatias
36 to smoke………….. smoked……………..fumar
37 to stay……………… stayed……………….ficar/permanecer
38 to stop……………… stopped……………..parar
39 to study…………… studied………………estudar
40 to switch on……… switched on……….ligar
41 to switch off…….. switched off……….desligar
42 to talk……………… talked………………..conversar
43 to tie……………….. tied……………………amarrar
44 to travel………….. traveled…………….viajar
45 to try………………. tried………………….tentar
46 to turn on………… turned………………ligar
47 to turn off ……….turned off…………..desligar
48 to type……………. typed………………..datilografar
49 to wait……………. waited……………….esperar
50 to walk……………. walked………………andar/caminhar
51 to want…………… wanted………………querer
52 to wash…………… washed………………lavar
53 to watch………….. watched…………….assistir/observar
54 to work…………… worked………………trabalhar

Exercises

1) Fill in the blanks with the Simple Past Tense of the verbs in parentheses (from 1 to 10)

1) The teacher ___________ late yesterday. (to arrive)

2) She _________ a very good meal last week. (to cook)

3) I _________ my homework the day before yesterday (to finish)

4) I _________ my kitchen yesterday. (to clean)

5) They _________ each other. (to kiss)

6) My cat ________ last week. (to die)

7) Paul _________ at home yesterday. (to stay)

8) My parents _________ until eleven o’clock a.m. yesterday. (to work)

9) It __________ a lot in Canada three years ago. (to rain)

 

 

2) Answer using short Answers (11 to 14)

11)Did Mary close the window?
Yes, _________________
No, _________________

12) Did your parents travel to Rome?
Yes, _________________
No, _________________

13) Did you go to school yesterday morning?
Yes, _________________
No, __________________

14) Did you call her last night?
Yes, __________________
No, ___________________

3) Change the sentences below into negative and interrogative forms (from 15 to 19)

15) They closed the window last night.
N._________________________________________

I.__________________________________________

16) John phoned me two days ago.

N.__________________________________________

I.___________________________________________

17) Susan arrived late yesterday night.

N. __________________________________________

I.___________________________________________

18) My Parents called her last night.

N.__________________________________________

I.__________________________________________

19) They loved the film.

N.__________________________________________
I.___________________________________________

4)Write in the past tense (os verbos não estão na 3ª pessoa do singular). (from 20 to 29)

20)They believe in God.

________________________________________

21)The women like to stay at home.

________________________________________

22)We love our parents.

________________________________________

23)I want to see the film.

________________________________________

24)I work hard in the country.

________________________________________

25)They stay at home all the times.

________________________________________

26)The dogs bark all night long.

________________________________________

27)I study in the morning.

________________________________________

28)I try to understand you.

________________________________________

29)The men carry the bags.

________________________________________

5)Write in the past tense. (observe que o sujeito está na 3ª pessoa do singular). (from 30 to 37)

30) He plays soccer.

__________________________

31) The baby cries all night long.

__________________________

32) She studies her lessons.

__________________________

33)Helena finishes her works.

__________________________

34)The teacher watches TV.

__________________________

35)He talks on the telephone.

__________________________

36)She moves to Rio.

__________________________

37)The student works a lot.

___________________________ ]]

Complete using the Simple Past tense of the verbs:

1. Where did you……….. to her last week? Please, tell me!
a.Talked
b.Talk
c.Talking

2.I think you……….the movie because you weren’t really interested in watching it.
a.Missed
b.Miss
c.Missing

3.When you………..me I was going to take a shower. What a coincidence!
a.Call
b.Called
c.Calling

4.She really………….the drawing you did. You’ve got talent!
a.Like
b.Liking
c.Liked

5.You didn’t…………….soccer last night, did you?
a.Play
b.Played
c.Playing

Irregular Verbs

VERBOS IRREGULARES

Infinitive

Past

Participle

Tradução

be

was, were

been

ser, estar

beat

beat

beaten

bater, derrotar, pulsar

become

became

become

tornar-se

begin

began

begun

começar

bite

bit

bitten

morder, picar

blow

blew

blown

soprar, tocar (instrumento de sopro)

break

broke

broken

quebrar, interromper

bring

brought

brought

trazer

build

built

built

construir

buy

bought

bought

comprar

catch

caught

caught

agarrar, pegar (doença)

choose

chose

chosen

escolher

come

came

come

vir, chegar, aproximar-se, acontecer

cost

cost

cost

custar

cut

cut

cut

cortar

deal

dealt

dealt

negociar, distribuir

dig

dug

dug

cavar

do

did

done

fazer, executar

draw

drew

drawn

desenhar, puxar, arrastar

dream

dreamt/ dreamed

dreamt/ dreamed

sonhar

drink

drank

drunk

beber, embriagar-se

drive

drove

driven

dirigir

eat

ate

eaten

comer

fall

fell

fallen

cair

feed

fed

fed

alimentar (se), suprir

feel

felt

felt

sentir

fight

fought

fought

lutar

find

found

found

encontrar

fly

flew

flown

voar

forget

forgot

forgotten

esquecer (se)

freeze

froze

frozen

gelar, congelar

get

got

got/ gotten

conseguir, ganhar

give

gave

given

dar, conceder

go

went

gone

ir

grow

grew

grown

crescer, cultivar

hang

hung

hung

pendurar

have

had

had

ter, possuir

hear

heard

heard

ouvir

hide

hid

hidden

esconder, ocultar (se)

hit

hit

hit

bater

hold

held

held

segurar, manter, conter

hurt

hurt

hurt

machucar

keep

kept

kept

guardar, manter, permanecer, ficar

know

knew

known

saber , conhecer

lay

laid

laid

pôr, colocar, botar (ovos)

learn

learnt

learnt

aprender

leave

left

left

deixar, partir

lend

lent

lent

emprestar

let

let

let

deixar, alugar

lie

lay

lain

jazer, deitar ou mentir, enganar

light

lit / lighted

lit/ lighted

iluminar, acender

lose

lost

lost

perder

make

made

made

fazer, produzir, fabricar

mean

meant

meant

significar, ter intenção

meet

met

met

encontrar-se com

pay

paid

paid

pagar

put

put

put

pôr

read

read

read

ler

rid

rid

rid

cavalgar, livrar, desembaraçar

ride

rode

ridden

viajar, cavalgar

ring

rang

rung

soa , tocar a campainha

rise

rose

risen

nascer, surgir, erguer-se

run

ran

run

correr, administrar

say

said

said

dizer

see

saw

seen

ver

sell

sold

sold

vender

send

sent

sent

enviar

set

set

set

colocar, fixar, arrumar

shake

shook

shaken

sacudir

shine

shone

shone

brilhar

shoot

shot

shot

atirar, disparar

show

showed

shown/ showed

mostrar

shut

shut

shut

fechar

sing

sang

sung

cantar

sink

sank

sunk

afundar, naufragar

sit

sat

sat

sentar

sleep

slept

slept

dormir

slide

slid

slid

escorregar

slit

slit

slit

fender, rachar

smell

smelt

smelt

cheirar

speak

spoke

spoken

falar

spend

spent

spent

gastar

spread

spread

spread

difundir, divulgar, espalhar

stand

stood

stood

ficar de pé, aguentar

steal

stole

stolen

roubar

strike

struck

struck

fazer greve , bater

swear

swore

sworn

jurar, blasfemar

sweep

swept

swept

varrer

swim

swam

swum

nadar

swing

swung

swung

balançar

take

took

taken

tomar, pegar

teach

taught

taught

ensinar

tell

told

told

contar, dizer

think

thought

thought

pensar, achar

throw

threw

thrown

arremessar

understand

understood

understood

entender, compreender

wake

woke/ waked

woke/waked

acordar

wear

wore

worn

vestir, usar

wed

wed

wed

desposar

wet

wet

wet

umedecer

win

won

won

ganhar, vencer

wring

wrung

wrung

espremer

write

wrote

written

escrever

 

William Shakespeare

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It’s so beatiful!!
Take a look and enjoy it!!
Hugs!
Kátia

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Let’s enjoy this beautiful song and find the Present Perfect tense in the lyrics!
Hugs!
Kátia

Joe sleeps to China

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Irregular verbs:

List of English Irregular Verbs

Parte inferior do formulário

Base Form

Past Simple

Past Participle

3rd Person Singular

Present Participle / Gerund

Abide

Abode/Abided

Abode/Abided/Abidden

Abides

Abiding

Alight

Alit/Alighted

Alit/Alighted

Alights

Alighting

Arise

Arose

Arisen

Arises

Arising

Awake

Awoke

Awoken

Awakes

Awaking

Be

Was/Were

Been

Is

Being

Bear

Bore

Born/Borne

Bears

Bearing

Beat

Beat

Beaten

Beats

Beating

Become

Became

Become

Becomes

Becoming

Begin

Began

Begun

Begins

Beginning

Behold

Beheld

Beheld

Beholds

Beholding

Bend

Bent

Bent

Bends

Bending

Bet

Bet

Bet

Bets

Betting

Bid

Bade

Bidden

Bids

Bidding

Bid

Bid

Bid

Bids

Bidding

Bind

Bound

Bound

Binds

Binding

Bite

Bit

Bitten

Bites

Biting

Bleed

Bled

Bled

Bleeds

Bleeding

Blow

Blew

Blown

Blows

Blowing

Break

Broke

Broken

Breaks

Breaking

Breed

Bred

Bred

Breeds

Breeding

Bring

Brought

Brought

Brings

Bringing

Broadcast

Broadcast/Broadcasted

Broadcast/Broadcasted

Broadcasts

Broadcasting

Build

Built

Built

Builds

Building

Burn

Burnt/Burned

Burnt/Burned

Burns

Burning

Burst

Burst

Burst

Bursts

Bursting

Bust

Bust

Bust

Busts

Busting

Buy

Bought

Bought

Buys

Buying

Cast

Cast

Cast

Casts

Casting

Catch

Caught

Caught

Catches

Catching

Choose

Chose

Chosen

Chooses

Choosing

Clap

Clapped/Clapt

Clapped/Clapt

Claps

Clapping

Cling

Clung

Clung

Clings

Clinging

Clothe

Clad/Clothed

Clad/Clothed

Clothes

Clothing

Come

Came

Come

Comes

Coming

Cost

Cost

Cost

Costs

Costing

Creep

Crept

Crept

Creeps

Creeping

Cut

Cut

Cut

Cuts

Cutting

Dare

Dared/Durst

Dared

Dares

Daring

Deal

Dealt

Dealt

Deals

Dealing

Dig

Dug

Dug

Digs

Digging

Dive

Dived/Dove

Dived

Dives

Diving

Do

Did

Done

Does

Doing

Draw

Drew

Drawn

Draws

Drawing

Dream

Dreamt/Dreamed

Dreamt/Dreamed

Dreams

Dreaming

Drink

Drank

Drunk

Drinks

Drinking

Drive

Drove

Driven

Drives

Driving

Dwell

Dwelt

Dwelt

Dwells

Dwelling

Eat

Ate

Eaten

Eats

Eating

Fall

Fell

Fallen

Falls

Falling

Feed

Fed

Fed

Feeds

Feeding

Feel

Felt

Felt

Feels

Feeling

Fight

Fought

Fought

Fights

Fighting

Find

Found

Found

Finds

Finding

Fit

Fit/Fitted

Fit/Fitted

Fits

Fitting

Flee

Fled

Fled

Flees

Fleeing

Fling

Flung

Flung

Flings

Flinging

Fly

Flew

Flown

Flies

Flying

Forbid

Forbade/Forbad

Forbidden

Forbids

Forbidding

Forecast

Forecast/Forecasted

Forecast/Forecasted

Forecasts

Forecasting

Foresee

Foresaw

Foreseen

Foresees

Foreseeing

Foretell

Foretold

Foretold

Foretells

Foretelling

Forget

Forgot

Forgotten

Forgets

Foregetting

Forgive

Forgave

Forgiven

Forgives

Forgiving

Forsake

Forsook

Forsaken

Forsakes

Forsaking

Freeze

Froze

Frozen

Freezes

Freezing

Frostbite

Frostbit

Frostbitten

Frostbites

Frostbiting

Get

Got

Got/Gotten

Gets

Getting

Give

Gave

Given

Gives

Giving

Go

Went

Gone/Been

Goes

Going

Grind

Ground

Ground

Grinds

Grinding

Grow

Grew

Grown

Grows

Growing

Handwrite

Handwrote

Handwritten

Handwrites

Handwriting

Hang

Hung/Hanged

Hung/Hanged

Hangs

Hanging

Have

Had

Had

Has

Having

Hear

Heard

Heard

Hears

Hearing

Hide

Hid

Hidden

Hides

Hiding

Hit

Hit

Hit

Hits

Hitting

Hold

Held

Held

Holds

Holding

Hurt

Hurt

Hurt

Hurts

Hurting

Inlay

Inlaid

Inlaid

Inlays

Inlaying

Input

Input/Inputted

Input/Inputted

Inputs

Inputting

Interlay

Interlaid

Interlaid

Interlays

Interlaying

Keep

Kept

Kept

Keeps

Keeping

Kneel

Knelt/Kneeled

Knelt/Kneeled

Kneels

Kneeling

Knit

Knit/Knitted

Knit/Knitted

Knits

Knitting

Know

Knew

Known

Knows

Knowing

Lay

Laid

Laid

Lays

laying

Lead

Led

Led

Leads

Leading

Lean

Leant/Leaned

Leant/Leaned

Leans

Leaning

Leap

Leapt/Leaped

Leapt/Leaped

Leaps

Leaping

Learn

Learnt/Learned

Learnt/Learned

Learns

Learning

Leave

Left

Left

Leaves

Leaving

Lend

Lent

Lent

Lends

Lending

Let

Let

Let

Lets

Letting

Lie

Lay

Lain

Lies

Lying

Light

Lit

Lit

Lights

Lighting

Lose

Lost

Lost

Loses

Losing

Make

Made

Made

Makes

Making

Mean

Meant

Meant

Means

Meaning

Meet

Met

Met

Meets

Meeting

Melt

Melted

Molten/Melted

Melts

Melting

Mislead

Misled

Misled

Misleads

Misleading

Mistake

Mistook

Mistaken

Mistakes

Mistaking

Misunderstand

Misunderstood

Misunderstood

Misunderstands

Misunderstanding

Miswed

Miswed/Miswedded

Miswed/Miswedded

Misweds

Miswedding

Mow

Mowed

Mown

Mows

Mowing

Overdraw

Overdrew

Overdrawn

Overdraws

Overdrawing

Overhear

Overheard

Overheard

Overhears

Overhearing

Overtake

Overtook

Overtaken

Overtakes

Overtaking

Pay

Paid

Paid

Pays

Paying

Preset

Preset

Preset

Presets

Presetting

Prove

Proved

Proven/Proved

Proves

Proving

Put

Put

Put

Puts

Putting

Quit

Quit

Quit

Quits

Quitting

Re-prove

Re-proved

Re-proven/Re-proved

Re-proves

Re-proving

Read

Read

Read

Reads

Reading

Rid

Rid/Ridded

Rid/Ridded

Rids

Ridding

Ride

Rode

Ridden

Rides

Riding

Ring

Rang

Rung

Rings

Ringing

Rise

Rose

Risen

Rises

Rising

Rive

Rived

Riven/Rived

Rives

Riving

Run

Ran

Run

Runs

Running

Saw

Sawed

Sawn/Sawed

Saws

Sawing

Say

Said

Said

Says

Saying

See

Saw

Seen

Sees

Seeing

Seek

Sought

Sought

Seeks

Seeking

Sell

Sold

Sold

Sells

Selling

Send

Sent

Sent

Sends

Sending

Set

Set

Set

Sets

Setting

Sew

Sewed

Sewn/Sewed

Sews

Sewing

Shake

Shook

Shaken

Shakes

Shaking

Shave

Shaved

Shaven/Shaved

Shaves

Shaving

Shear

Shore/Sheared

Shorn/Sheared

Shears

Shearing

Shed

Shed

Shed

Sheds

Shedding

Shine

Shone

Shone

Shines

Shining

Shoe

Shod

Shod

Shoes

Shoeing

Shoot

Shot

Shot

Shoots

Shooting

Show

Showed

Shown

Shows

Showing

Shrink

Shrank

Shrunk

Shrinks

Shrinking

Shut

Shut

Shut

Shuts

Shutting

Sing

Sang

Sung

Sings

Singing

Sink

Sank

Sunk

Sinks

Sinking

Sit

Sat

Sat

Sits

Sitting

Slay

Slew

Slain

Slays

Slaying

Sleep

Slept

Slept

Sleeps

Sleeping

Slide

Slid

Slid/Slidden

Slides

Sliding

Sling

Slung

Slung

Slings

Slinging

Slink

Slunk

Slunk

Slinks

Slinking

Slit

Slit

Slit

Slits

Slitting

Smell

Smelt/Smelled

Smelt/Smelled

Smells

Smelling

Sneak

Sneaked/Snuck

Sneaked/Snuck

Sneaks

Sneaking

Soothsay

Soothsaid

Soothsaid

Soothsays

Soothsaying

Sow

Sowed

Sown

Sows

Sowing

Speak

Spoke

Spoken

Speaks

Speaking

Speed

Sped/Speeded

Sped/Speeded

Speeds

Speeding

Spell

Spelt/Spelled

Spelt/Spelled

Spells

Spelling

Spend

Spent

Spent

Spends

Spending

Spill

Spilt/Spilled

Spilt/Spilled

Spills

Spilling

Spin

Span/Spun

Spun

Spins

Spinning

Spit

Spat/Spit

Spat/Spit

Spits

Spitting

Split

Split

Split

Splits

Splitting

Spoil

Spoilt/Spoiled

Spoilt/Spoiled

Spoils

Spoiling

Spread

Spread

Spread

Spreads

Spreading

Spring

Sprang

Sprung

Springs

Springing

Stand

Stood

Stood

Stands

Standing

Steal

Stole

Stolen

Steals

Stealing

Stick

Stuck

Stuck

Sticks

Sticking

Sting

Stung

Stung

Stings

Stinging

Stink

Stank

Stunk

Stinks

Stinking

Stride

Strode/Strided

Stridden

Strides

Striding

Strike

Struck

Struck/Stricken

Strikes

Striking

String

Strung

Strung

Strings

Stringing

Strip

Stript/Stripped

Stript/Stripped

Strips

Stripping

Strive

Strove

Striven

Strives

Striving

Sublet

Sublet

Sublet

Sublets

Subletting

Sunburn

Sunburned/Sunburnt

Sunburned/Sunburnt

Sunburns

Sunburning

Swear

Swore

Sworn

Swears

Swearing

Sweat

Sweat/Sweated

Sweat/Sweated

Sweats

Sweating

Sweep

Swept/Sweeped

Swept/Sweeped

Sweeps

Sweeping

Swell

Swelled

Swollen

Swells

Swelling

Swim

Swam

Swum

Swims

Swimming

Swing

Swung

Swung

Swings

Swinging

Take

Took

Taken

Takes

Taking

Teach

Taught

Taught

Teaches

Teaching

Tear

Tore

Torn

Tears

Tearing

Tell

Told

Told

Tells

Telling

Think

Thought

Thought

Thinks

Thinking

Thrive

Throve/Thrived

Thriven/Thrived

Thrives

Thriving

Throw

Threw

Thrown

Throws

Throwing

Thrust

Thrust

Thrust

Thrusts

Thrusting

Tread

Trod

Trodden

Treads

Treading

Undergo

Underwent

Undergone

Undergoes

Undergoing

Understand

Understood

Understood

Understands

Understanding

Undertake

Undertook

Undertaken

Undertakes

Undertaking

Upset

Upset

Upset

Upsets

Upsetting

Vex

Vext/Vexed

Vext/Vexed

Vexes

Vexing

Wake

Woke

Woken

Wakes

Waking

Wear

Wore

Worn

Wears

Wearing

Weave

Wove

Woven

Weaves

Weaving

Wed

Wed/Wedded

Wed/Wedded

Weds

Wedding

Weep

Wept

Wept

Weeps

Weeping

Wend

Wended/Went

Wended/Went

Wends

Wending

Wet

Wet/Wetted

Wet/Wetted

Wets

Wetting

Win

Won

Won

Wins

Winning

Wind

Wound

Wound

Winds

Winding

Withdraw

Withdrew

Withdrawn

Withdraws

Withdrawing

Withhold

Withheld

Withheld

Withholds

Withholding

Withstand

Withstood

Withstood

Withstands

Withstanding

Wring

Wrung

Wrung

Wrings

Wringing

Write

Wrote

Written

Writes

Writing

 

Matéria Recuperação Ensino Médio

Primeiro Ano: 

Simple Past tense- Affirmative, interrogative and negative forms.

-Regular and Irregular verbs.

-Used x be used to. 

– WH questions.

– Review- simple Present.

– Text Interpretation.

– Vocabulary.

 

Segundo Ano: 

–          Simple Past.

–          Present Perfect.

–          Simple Present x Present Perfect .

–          – Regular and Irregular verbs.

–          Relative Pronouns

–          False cognates

–          Text interpretation

 –         Vocabulary. 

 

Terceiro Ano: 

CONTEÚDO

 

–          Simple Past. X Present Perfect. ( Review )

–          Regular and Irregular verbs.

–          Past Perfect tense.

–           Anomalous verbs.

–          Text interpretation.

–        Vocabulary.