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We can classify the verbs


into two groups:

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REGULAR VERBS

I SPELLING RULES:
1. Most verbs only need ed in the past tense.

PRESENT 1 PAST MEANING PRESENT 2 PAST MEANING


to cook cooked cocinar to need needed necesitar
to look looked mirar/lucir to order ordered ordenar
to walk walked caminar to demand demanded exigir
to talk talked hablar to frighten frightened asustar
to check checked revisar/chequear to threaten threatened amenazar
to book booked reservar to treat treated tratar
to expand expanded expandir to download downloaded Descargar(msica)
to extend extended extender to upload uploaded Subir(msica)
to clean cleaned limpiar to entertain entertained entretener
to earn earned ganar (sueldo) to remember remembered recordar
to appear appeared parecer/aparecer to prolong prolonged prolongar
to gain gained ganar/conseguir to answer answered responder/contestar
to attend attended asistir to call called llamar
to belong belonged pertenecer to bark barked ladrar
to shout shouted gritar to park parked estacionar(se)
to paint painted pintar to melt melted derretir(se)
to borrow borrowed pedir prestado to link linked conectar(se)/relacionar(se)
to design designed disear to want wanted querer
to follow followed seguir to land landed aterrizar/desembarcar
to help helped ayudar to ask asked preguntar/pedir
to listen listened escuchar to mistreat mistreated maltratar
to add added agregar/aadir to trust trusted confiar
to pull pulled jalar to distrust distrust desconfiar
to jump jumped saltar to disturb disturbed molestar/perturbar
to lie lied mentir to yawn yawned bostezar
to climb climbed subir/trepar/escalar to chew chewed masticar
to explain explained explicar to discover discovered descubrir
desaprobar/reprobar
to fail failed to conceal concealed esconder/ocultar
fracasar
to laugh laughed rer(se) to reveal revealed revelar
to suffer suffered sufrir to exist existed existir/subsistir

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PRESENT 3 PAST MEANING PRESENT 4 PAST MEANING


to match matched combinar/relacionar to vanish vanished desaparecer
to watch watched mirar to varnish varnished barnizar
to touch touched tocar to dress dressed vestir(se)/curar/aliar
to reach reached alcanzar/llegar to miss missed extraar/perder
to search for searched for buscar to express expressed expresar
to lynch lynched linchar to confess confessed confesar
to stretch stretched estirar(se)/extender(se) to cross crossed cruzar
to scratch scratched rascar(se)/araar to progress progressed progresar
to launch launched lanzar to dismiss dismissed despedir
to switch switched cambiar to kiss kissed besar
to approach approached enfocar/acercarse to bless blessed bendecir
to stitch stitched coser(a mquina) to obsess obsessed obsesionar
to march marched marchar to possess possessed poseer
to patch patched parchar/remendar to impress impressed impresionar
to publish published publicar to depress depressed deprimir
to push pushed empujar to distress distressed angustiar/afligir
to wash washed lavar(se) to oppress oppressed oprimir/agobiar

to wish wished desear to suppress suppressed sofocar/ocultar/contener


to punish punished castigar to assess assessed evaluar

to finish finished terminar/acabar to compress compress comprimir/condensar

to clash clashed enfrentarse/discutir to press pressed presionar


to demolish demolished demoler to fix fixed arreglar/preparar
to smash smashed romper(se)/estrellarse to box boxed boxear
chocar/estrellarse/
to crash crashed to relax relaxed relajar(se)
colgarse
to distinguish distinguished distinguir to mix mixed mezclar(se)/relacionarse
to abolish abolished abolir to fax faxed faxear
to extinguish extinguished apagar/extinguir to tax taxed cobrarle impuestos a
amueblar/
to furnish furnished to coax coaxed convencer/persuadir
proporcionar
to garnish garnished decorar(comida) to buzz buzzed zumbar

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2. If a verb ends in e, just add d.


PRESENT 1 PAST MEANING PRESENT 2 PAST MEANING
to love loved amar/encantar to serve served servir
to hate hated odiar/detestar to receive received recibir
to like liked gustar/agradar to conserve conserved conservar/ahorrar/proteger
to dance danced bailar/danzar to receive received recibir
to convince convinced convencer to survive survived sobrevivir/subsistir
to entice enticed atraer/tentar to arrive arrived llegar/arribar
to deduce deduced deducir to live lived vivir
to force forced forzar to solve solved resolver/solucionar
to embrace embraced abrazar to improve improved mejorar
to face faced enfrentar(se a)/afrontar to confuse confused confundir
to seduce seduced seducir to refuse refused rechazar/negar(se)
to sentence sentence sentenciar/condenar to advise advised aconsejar/asesorar
to produce produced producir to improvise improvised improvisar
to mince minced moler/picar(carne) to practise practised practicar/ejercer
to taste tasted probar/saber to oppose opposed oponerse a/enfrentarse a
to complete completed completar/terminar to amuse amused entretener/divertir
to compete competed competir to advertise advertised publicitar/promocionar
to dedicate dedicated dedicar to tease teased tomar el pelo (a)
to complicate complicated complicar to propose proposed proponer
dedicar(tiempo/esfuerzo)
to devote devoted to organise* organised organizar
destinar(dinero/recurso)
to contribute contributed contribuir/aportar to criticise* criticised criticar
to attribute attributed atribuir to mesmerise* mesmerised cautivar
to distribute distributed distribuir to analyse* analysed analizar
to contaminate contaminated contaminar(agua/alimentos) to compose composed componer
to pollute polluted contaminar(ambiente/ro) to emphasise* emphasised enfatizar/recalcar
to investigate investigated investigar to devise devised idear/crea
to invite invited invitar to loathe loathed detestar
to create created crear to breathe breathed respirar
to sneeze sneezed estornudar to sunbathe sunbathed asolearse/tomar el sol
to save saved salvar/ahorrar/guardar to change changed cambiar
to preserve preserved preservar/conservar to die died morir(se)
to deserve deserved merecer(se) to snore snored roncar
Note: All the verbs in bold are written with ze in American English.

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3. If a verb ends in a vowel and a consonant, the consonant is usually doubled before adding ed.

PRESENT 1 PAST MEANING PRESENT 2 PAST MEANING


to stop stopped parar/detener(se)/dejar to hug hugged abrazar
to clap clapped aplaudir to jam jammed atascarse
to slap slapped abofetear/cachetear to sob sobbed sollozar
to mop mopped trapear to whip whipped azotar/batir
to shop shopped comprar to ban banned prohibir
to plan planned planear to trap trapped atrapar/cazar(con 1 trampa)
to chop chopped picar/cortar to rot rotted pudrir(se)
to rub rubbed frotar to step stepped pisar/dar un paso
to rob robbed robar/asaltar/atracar to skip skipped saltar/brincar/faltar
asentir/saludar/hacer un
to beg begged rogar/suplicar/mendigar to nod nodded
gesto(con la cabeza)
to slip slipped resbalarse to drop dropped dejar caer/bajar/dejar
arrebatar/agarrar/
to con conned estafar/embaucar/engaar to grab grabbed
aprovechar

4. If a two-syllable verb ends in a vowel and a consonant, check if the stress is on the last syllable
before doubling the last letter and adding ed.

PRESENT 1 PAST MEANING PRESENT 2 PAST MEANING


to omit stopped parar/detener(se)/dejar to occur hugged abrazar
to regret regretted lamentar/arrepentirse to defer jammed atascarse
Someterse/presentar/
to submit submitted to sob sobbed sollozar
entregar
cometer/comprometer/
to commit committed to kidnap * whipped azotar/batir
asignar
to prefer preferred referirse to worship * banned prohibir
transmitir(programa)/
to refer referred remitir/consultar/referirse to transmit transmitted
contagiar(enfermedad)
to permit permitted permitir Note: Special case because the stress is on the first syllable.

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5. If a verb ends in y preceded by another consonant, change the letter y into i and then add ed.

PRESENT 1 PAST MEANING PRESENT 2 PAST MEANING


to study studied estudiar to supply supplied suministrar/proporcionar
to classify classified clasificar to reply replied responder/contestar
to justify justified justificar to rely relied confiar/depender
to spy spied espiar to satisfy satisfied satisfacer/convencer
to modify modified modificar to purify purified purificar
to vary varied variar to marry married casar/casarse con
compadecer a /
to bury buried enterrar/sepultar to pity pitied
compadecerse de
to fry fried frer to embody embodied encarnar/personificar
to terrify terrified aterrar to crucify crucified crucificar
to identify identified identificar to worry worried preocupar
to carry carried cargar/llevar/transportar to solidify solidified solidificarse
recibirse/clasificar(se)/
to copy copied copiar(se) to qualify qualified
habilitar
to hurry hurried apurar(se)/darse prisa to prophesy prophesied vaticinar/predecir
to empty emptied vaciar(se) to indemnify indemnified indemnizar
to imply implied Implicar/suponer to glorify glorified glorificar
to cry cried llorar/gritar to defy defied desafiar/oponerse a
to deny denied negar/rechazar

6. If a verb ends in a vowel plus y, we only add ed.

PRESENT PAST MEANING PRESENT PAST MEANING


1 2
to stay stayed quedarse/mantenerse to annoy annoyed molestar/fastidiar
to play played jugar/tocar to pray prayed orar/rezar
to delay delayed demorar(se)/retrasar to deploy deployed desplegar(tropas/armas)
to enjoy enjoyed disfrutar/gozar to destroy destroyed destruir/sacrificar(animales)
to employ employed emplear/contratar to display displayed exhibir/demostrar
carearse(dientes)/descomponerse
transmitir(mensaje/informacin) /
to decay decayed (alimentos/cadver)/deteriorarse to convey conveyed
expresar(agradecimiento)
(edificio/zona)

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7. If a verb ends in a vowel plus one l, we need to double the letter l before adding ed.

PRESENT 1 PAST MEANING PRESENT 2 PAST MEANING


to travel travelled viajar to channel channelled canalizar
to control controlled controlar to lable labelled etiquetar/calificar
cancelar/suspender/
to cancel cancelled to marvel marvelled maravillarse
anular
to rebel rebelled rebelarse to excel excelled sobresalir/destacarse
to compel compelled obligar to distil* distilled destilar
desempear/cumplir/hacer
to expel expelled expulsar to fulfil* fulfilled
realidad
to revel revelled regodiarse/deleitarse
Note: distill and fulfill in the present tense in American English.

8. If a verb ends in c, we need to add a k before adding ed.

PRESENT 1 PAST MEANING PRESENT 2 PAST MEANING


to panic panicked entrar en pnico to traffic trafficked traficar
to mimic mimicked imitar/remedar

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IRREGULAR VERBS

SPELLING RULES:

There are no SPELLING


RULES for these verbs.
We only have to
memorise them.

Forming the simple past tense with irregular verbs:


PRESENT 1 PAST MEANING PRESENT 2 PAST MEANING
to speak spoke hablar to write wrote escribir
to think thought pensar/creer/parecer to lead led guiar/liderar
to teach taught ensear to say said decir
to draw drew dibujar/atraer/provocar to know knew saber/conocer/reconocer
to drive drove manejar/llevar(en coche) to understand understood entender
to drink drank beber to give gave dar/regalar/contagiar
to read read leer to forget forgot olvidar
to bring brought traer to forgive forgave perdonar
to take took llevar/tomar to see saw ver
to eat ate comer to pay paid pagar
to have had tener to send sent enviar
to come came venir/llegar to lend lent prestar
to go went ir to sell sold vender
to do did hacer to spend spent gastar(dinero)/pasar(tiempo)
to grow to grew crecer/criar/cultivar to fight fought pelear(se)/luchar/enfrentarse
to tell told contar/decir to choose chose elegir
to feel felt sentir(se)/palpar to make made hacer/preparar
to sing sang cantar to be was/were ser/estar/tener/hacer
to leave left salir/partir/dejar to fly flew volar
to swim swam nadar to win won ganar
to learn learnt aprender to sit sat sentarse/rendir(examen)
to dream dreamt soar to show showed mostrar/demostrar/proyectar
to buy bought comprar to put put poner
to sleep slept dormir to shoot shot disparar

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PRESENT 3 PAST MEANING PRESENT 4 PAST MEANING


to shake shook sacudir/temblar/conmover to steal stole robar
to begin began comenzar/empezar to hear heard or /enterarse
to hurt hurt herir/lastimar to blow blew soplar/tocar/quemar(se)
to hide hid esconder to bend bent doblar/flexionar
to lose lost perder(se) to feed fed alimentar
to ride rode montar to let let permitir/dejar
to find found encontrar/hallar to bleed bled sangrar
to throw threw arrojar/tirar/aventar to sew sewed coser
to meet met conocer(se)/encontrarse to cling clung aferrarse
to mean meant significar/querer decir to fling flung tirar/arrojar/aventar
to ring rang timbrar/tocar/sonar/llamar to sting stung picar(abeja/avispa)/arder
to become became llegar a ser/convertirse to stink stank apestar
to wear wore llevar puesto/durar to hit hit pegarle/golpearse
to hang hung colgar/agachar to grind ground picar/moler(carne)
to spoil spoilt estropear/malcriar/consentir to deal dealt repartir/traficar/encargarse/ tratar
to wake woke despertar(se) to rise rose aumentar/subir/levantar
to cut cut cortar to swear swore jurar/maldecir
to fall fell caer(se) to seek sought buscar
to hold held sostener/abrazar/aguantar to set set programar/fijar/ambientar/asignar
to cost cost costar to shine shone brillar/destacarse
to break broke romper(se)/daar(se) to spread spread extender/propagar(se)/untar
to build built construir to freeze froze congelar(se)
to sink sank hundir(se) to weep wept llorar
to smell smelt comprar to spin spun girar/hacer girar/centrifugar
aguantar/soportar/estar/
to stand stood to spring sprang saltar/brincar
seguir en pie
to burn burnt quemar(se)/arder to bear bore aguantar/soportar
to steal stole robar to broadcast broadcast transmitir (por radio/televisin)
to spill spilt derramar(se) to foresee foresaw prever/prevenir
mantener/conservar/
to keep kept to lean leant apoyar(se)/inclinarse
guardar
clavar/poner/pegar(se)/atascarse/
to catch caught atrapar/pillar/agarrar to stick stuck
tolerar
conseguir/recibir/llegar/
to get got to strive strove esforzarse
comprar/entender

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PRESENT 5 PAST MEANING PRESENT 6 PAST MEANING


hacer huelga/golpear/prender
to spell spelt deletrear to strike struck
(fsforo)/dar(la hora)
to lay laid poner/colocar/instalar to slide slid deslizar(se)/resbalar
to quit quit dejar/renunciar to kneel knelt arrodillarse
to lie lay tenderse/tirarse/radicar to burst burst reventar(se)
to sow sowed sembrar(semillas) to leap leapt saltar/brincar
to flee fled huir(de) to wring wrung arrancar/retorcer/escurrir
to light lit iluminar/encender/alumbrar to weave wove tejer)/entretejer
encoger(se)/reducirse/
to shrink shrank to tread trod pisar/aplastar
rehuir
to overcome overcame vencer/superar to rebuild rebuilt reconstruir
deshacer/desabrochar/
to shut shut cerrar(se) to undo undid
desamarrar/reparar(un error)
to arise arose surgir to overeat overate comer en exceso
quedarse dormido(en pleno
to sweep swept barrer to oversleep overselp
sueo)
abandonar/renunciar
to beat beat derrotar/batir/latir/golpear to forsake forsook
(principios)
to cast cast darle un papel a/emitir to foretell foretold predecir
morder/picar
to bite bit to forbid forbade prohibir
(mosquito/vbora)
to swing swung oscilar/balancear(se) to overdo overdid exagerar/cocer demasiado
retirar(se)/sacar/retractarse
to withdraw withdrew to oversee oversaw supervisar
(de)
to withstand withstood soportar/resistir to overhear overheard or(accidentalmente)
perder(pelo/hoja)/mudar
to shed shed to misunderstand misunderstood entender mal
(piel)/derramar(lgrima)
asumir/emprender/ anular(una norma/un fallo)/ hacer
to undertake undertook to override overrode
comprometerse caso omiso a(consejo/deseo)
to mistake mistook confundir/interpretar mal to bind bound amarrar/atar/unir
criar/reproducirse/ experimentar/sufrir(una
to breed bred to undergo underwent
engendrar/cultivar cambio/transformacin)
to swell swelled hincharse/inflamarse to saw sawed aserrar/serruchar
Note: All the verbs in bold in the table are irregular verbs in British English and regular verbs
in American English.

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STRUCTURE OF THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE

competition yesterday

competition yesterday

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What did you do last Sunday? I played football with my friends.


What time did your sister finish her She finished it before breaktime.
exam?

Where did he withdraw money from


after class? He withdrew it from a cashpoint.
Why did John flee the country last He fled the country because he committed a
year? crime.

When did the Titanic sink? It sank in 1912.


How long did you stay there? We stayed there for about two hours.

Who did Rose sing with last night? She sang with a rock singer.
How did they get here? They got here by bus.

How much flour did you buy two days


ago? I bought a kilo.
How many film actors did you meet I met five.
yesterday?

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THREE TYPES OF SOUNDS IN THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE

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TIME EXPRESSIONS IN THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE

TIME EXPRESSIONS IN THE EXPRESIONES DE TIEMPO TIME EXPRESSIONS IN THE EXPRESIONES DE TIEMPO
PAST SIMPLE TENSE CON EL TIEMPO PASADO PAST SIMPLE TENSE CON EL TIEMPO PASADO
SIMPLE SIMPLE
a few minutes ago hace unos minutos two days ago hace dos das
this morning esta maana last week la semana pasada
this afternoon esta tarde the week before last hace dos semanas
last night anoche last month el mes pasado
yesterday ayer last year el ao pasado
the night before last anteanoche last winter el invierno pasado
yesterday morning ayer por la maana last summer el verano pasado
yesterday afternoon ayer por la tarde last spring la primavera pasada
yesterday evening ayer por la noche last autumn el otoo pasado
the day before yesterday anteayer/antes de ayer in 1700 en 1700
last monday el lunes pasado in the sixteenth century en el siglo XVI

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USAGES OF THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE

1. For finished events in the past with no connection to the present:


Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa.
The Vikings invaded Britain.
The Romans subjugated many territories with their great army.
Lolo Fernandez scored a lot of goals as a football player.
Huscar and Atahualpa fought each other for the throne of the Inca Empire.
2. With a finshed time word:
I went to the cinema yesterday.
Charles and Peter bet their motorbikes on a card game last week.
Roberts wife visited Japan in 2010.
I bought a new flat and a fancy cruise ship five days ago.
3. For habitual or repeated actions that took place in the past:
I went to the theatre four times last week.
We argued over a girl twice last month.
Mr Robbinson lent me some money several times when I was poor.
They withdrew much money from this cashpoint many times last summer.
I discussed this issue with him more than once one day before his birthday.
4. For things that happened one after the other:
I went to a caf, sat down and ordered something to eat.
Yesterday, I went to a library, read a cooking book, got some copies and then left.
Sarah got up early, had a quick shower, ate a light breakfast and went to work by taxi.
Susans sister came to my house, talked to me for a while, made me a job offer and then left
quickly.
Roberts parents went to the market, did the shopping, returned home and cooked a delicious
meal.

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Exercises with the past simple tense

university.

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Complete the questions and then answer them.

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TOPIC: PAST SIMPLE TENSE
JOSE FAUSTINO SANCHEZ CARRION UNIVERSITY LANGUAGE INSTITUTE

PROFESSOR: JORGE RESURRECCIN NORABUENA


COURSE: BRITISH ENGLISH
LEVEL: ELEMENTAL / CYCLE: IV 27
TOPIC: PAST SIMPLE TENSE