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Simple Past Tense

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CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.3.1.E

The simple past tense indicates an action that began and ended in the past. The past tense of regular verbs is formed by adding -ed at the end of the base verb.

Few examples are:

  • The dog barked at the mailman.
  • I cleaned my room.
  • I folded the laundry.
  • She mopped the floor.
  • I worked hard.

In all these sentences the verbs are in the past tense. In order to show that we have already done something, we add the letters -ed at the end of a verb.

Summary
  • The simple past tense indicates an action that began and ended in the past.
  • To show something has already been done in the past, we add -ed to the end of the verb.
  • For example:

    I worked hard.

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