Narrative Tenses: simple past, past continuous, past perfect, I wish + simple past.

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  • Simple Past

    Simple Past
    Actions that happened at a specific time in the past, whether known or implicit.
    To the verb is added the "ed" if it is regular it is affirmative.
    in negative do not add "the ed".
  • Simple Past

    Simple Past
    This is an example of how the simple past is used as its syntax, in English.
  • Past Continuous.

    Past Continuous.
    Where is it used.
    Actions that began in the past and we want to point out that they had a certain duration.Actions at a specific time in the past.
    Its grammar is.
    The Ing is added in affirmative, negative and interrogation.
    Is written: Example: I was playing, Was i playing?, I was not playing
  • Past Continuous.

    Past Continuous.
    Sujeto + verbo auxiliar (to be) + gerundio.
    Sujeto + verbo auxiliar (to be) + auxiliar negativo (not) + gerundio.
    Verbo auxiliar (to be) + sujeto + gerundio?
    This is the way you could write in continuous past.
  • Past Perfect.

    Past Perfect.
    So that the perfect past is used.
    The perfect past, it is called the past of the past. Serves to detail actions that occurred before those that occurred in the simple past.
  • Past perfect.

    Past perfect.
    Its grammar is.
    [had + past participle]
    Example:
    You had studied English before you moved to New York.
    Had you studied English before you moved to New York?
    You had not studied English before you moved to New York.
  • I wish + simple past.

    what is it for.
    We use the conditional formed with wish and simple past, to express a wish about an unreal situation.
    Important; It is important to remember that the verb must be in the past either regular or irregular, all this to be better understood.
    Wish + to + infinitive.
    Example;
    I wish I could fly.
    I wish I spoke English more fluently.
    I wish it were not so cold today.