jueves, 23 de enero de 2014

The past tense of the verb To be.

We use "was" with a singular pronoun or noun and "were" with a plural pronoun or noun. An exception to this is the pronoun "you" which always uses "were". 


 And now let´s practice reading. 


I was a student.                   The baby was tired.
She was fat.                         You were sick.
It was a fast car.                  We were wet.
You were friends.                The pupils were happy.
I wasn't hungry.                   Andy wasn't tall.
The books weren't new.      The living room was not neat.
We weren't late.                  The men were not smart.
Her friends weren't kind.     You weren´t at school yesterday.

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