SIMPLE PAST REGULAR VERBS

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SIMPLE PAST REGULAR VERBS

Ships -Barry ManilowWe walked to the sea, just my father and meAnd the dogs played around on the sandWinter cold cut the air, hanging still everywhereDressed in gray, did he say, "Hold my hand?"I said, "Love's easier when it's far away"We sat and watched a distant lightWe're two ships that pass in the nightWe both smile and we say, It's alrightWe're still here, it's just that we're out of sightLike those ships that pass in the nightThere's a boat on the line, where the sea meets the skyThere's another that rides far behindAnd it seems you and I are like strangersA wide ways apart as we drift on through timeHe said, It's harder now, we're far awayWe only read you when you writeWe're two ships that pass in the nightAnd we smile when we say, It's alrightWe're still here, it's just that we're out of sightLike those ships that pass in the nightWe're those ships that pass in the nightAnd we smile when we say, It's alrightWe're still here, it's just that we're out of sightLike those ships that pass in the nightWe're just two ships that pass in the nightAnd we smile when we say, It's alrightWe're still here, it's just that we're out of sight

simple past regular verbs

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Guidelines spelling rules for PAST SIMPLE tense-REGULAR VERBS:

To most of the verbs we add : "ed" work worked cook cooked

If the verb end with "e" we only have to add "d" bake baked replace replaced

If the verb ends with "y" and before of it there is a consonant:we omit "y" and add "ied" cry cried terrify terrified

If the verb ends with "y" and before of it there is a vowel we only add "ed" . play played obey obeyed

If the verb includes one syllable and the word model is: consonant+vowel+consonant and the last letter is everything except "y","x" "w" then we double the last letter and add "ed"drop droppedskip skipped

Listen to:“Ships-Barry Manilow ”https://youtu.be/WQm1WyKkhmE1. What is the difference between "walk" ,and "walked" as written in the first line of the song?2. Can you find other verbs in the song with a different ending like we mentioned above?

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Let's play GAME:https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/grammar-games/past-simple-endings

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Let's Try Some Exercise:http://www.slideshare.net/pilargrossso/past-simp-regular-verbs-rules-and-exercise

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