PAST SIMPLE QUESTIONS

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?

 

Wh-questions

  • 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?