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GUÍA INFORMATIVA
ASIGNATURA: INGLÉS GRADO: DÉCIMO PERIODO: SEGUNDO
TEMA: Past tenses
DOCENTE: Ivonne S. Hernández Gamboa

Follow this formulas in past to create sentences in affirmative,
negative and interrogative.

PAST SIMPLE

V
S C Affirmative
(past)

EXAMPLE: Andrea played with her dog

V
S didn't
(Inf)
C Negative

EXAMPLE: Andrea didn’t / did not play with her dog

Did S V (inf) C? Interrogative

EXAMPLE: Did Andrea play with her dog?

WH- V Wh-
Did S C?
Q (inf) Question

EXAMPLE: When did Andrea play with her dog? Andrea played with
her dog yesterday.

PAST CONTINUOUS

S Was/Were V-ING C Affirmative

EXAMPLE: Andrea was playing with her dog
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Was/
S NOT V-ING C Negative
Were

EXAMPLE: Andrea wasn’t playing with her dog

Was/Were S V-ING C? Interrogative

EXAMPLE: Was Andrea playing with her dog?

Wh-
Wh-Q Was/Were S V-ING C?
Question

EXAMPLE: Where was Andrea playing with her dog? She was playing
with her dog in the park.

PAST PERFECT

V (past
S HAD C Affirmative
participle)

EXAMPLE: Andrea had played with her dog

S V (past
HAD NOT C Negative
participle)

EXAMPLE: Andrea hadn’t played with her dog.

V (past
Had S C? Interrogative
partciple)

EXAMPLE: Had Andrea played with her dog?

V (past Wh-
WH-Q Had S C?
partciple) Question

EXAMPLE: Who had played with the dog?
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PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

S HAD BEEN V-ING C Affirmative

EXAMPLE: Andrea had been playing with her dog

S HAD NOT BEEN V-ING C Negative

EXAMPLE: Andrea hadn’t been playing with her dog

Had S Been V-ing C? Interrogative

EXAMPLE: Had Andrea been playing with her dog?

Wh-
WH-Q Had S Been V-ing C?
Question

EXAMPLE: Why had Andrea been playing with her dog? Because, she
had been bored