TO BE in the Past Tense and Present Tense in English.
All examples are in affirmative sentences (no negatives or questions) as this is a first introduction to using To Be (was and were) in the past tense.
We quickly look at simple time expressions such as:
Present: now, right now, and at the moment
Past: yesterday, last night, last week, last month, last year
We also look at joining sentences in the Past with sentences in the Present tense with the conjunction BUT. BUT is used to contrast or show a difference or change in what has already been
e.g. They were noisy last night, but they are quiet now.
There are many examples sentences using WAS and WERE.
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