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Bite-Sized English: Asking Questions in the Past

Carol Harvey, Language Teacher, Education Consultant

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8 Videos (32m)
    • Introduction

    • Regular Verbs in the Past Tense

    • Irregular Verbs in the Past Tense

    • You've Got This!

    • Adding Question Words

    • Negative Questions

    • Oral Questions: You Could Start Here...

    • Application: Making Conversation


About This Class

Asking questions in the past is a skill that is very important for English conversations.

Where did you go? What did you do? How long were you there? Didn't your friends go with you?...

These are all examples of questions that are used frequently in everyday speech.

This class focuses on how to ask questions in English, using the simple past tense. 

It takes a step -by- step approach:

  1. Step one: forming questions with regular verbs in the simple past
  2. Step two:forming questions with irregular verbs in the past
  3. Step three: Adding question words
  4. Step four: Making negative questions

The class contains lots of oral and written practice activities. By the end, you will know that you can take part in conversations with confidence! Enjoy the class.





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Carol Harvey

Language Teacher, Education Consultant

Welcome! As a bilingual Canadian, I'm dedicated to helping busy learners progress in English, French and other areas of interest. I currently teach English for Academic Purposes to international students at our local university but love online teaching as well. Have a look at my classes and see what might interest you.

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