LEVEL

TYPE

FOCUS

OVERVIEW

In English, negation requires the auxiliary verb “do” if the main verb of the sentence is not “be” or a modal verb (can, could, should…). When negating a verb which occurred in the past, the auxiliary “do” is the verb that changes to tell you the time of the event.

Negating in the Past Tense

Practice

  • Write five additional sentences that use negation in the past sense. 
Subscribe
Notify of
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments