schlechte horror spiele den der ler sidst ler bedst While constructing questions in the past tense, we use the auxiliary verb “did”. The verb must be in V1.

  • ruby laser autonivel there Did you go to school yesterday?
  • Did they like the zoo yesterday?
  • Did your father decide to buy a car?



  • What did you do yesterday?
  • Why did you go to work by taxi?
  • How much did you spend during the holiday?
  • Where did Cleopatra live?
  • What countries did you visit last summer?
  • Who did Jill go to party with?
  • When did you last cry?
  • How much did you lend him?


Subject questions

In questions where the subject is asked, the word of interrogation replaces the subject. “Did” is not used in the sentence:

  • Who invented the telephone?
  • Who ate the cake?
  • What stopped you?
  • What made you sad?
  • How many people left the job?
  • Which students got 100 from the exam?


Past simple of be (was/were):

Did is always used in the nominative form.

  • Where did you go?
  • Did you play football?


When the sentence is constructed with was/were, we have to use an object or a noun:

  • Where were you?
  • Who were you with?
  • Who was the first president of Turkey?
  • What was wrong?