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  1. Unit 6A - My week
    Lesson 1 - Last night
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  2. Lesson 2 - What did you do?
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  3. Unit 6B - My week
    Lesson 3 - A memorable experience was ...
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  4. Lesson 4 - There's a problem with my meal
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    Unit 6 Review
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In the last activities, we saw lots of questions.

Did you go shopping yesterday?

Did you give a presentation?

Did you ride a bike to work?

Can you see that we start the question with Did. We always use did in the simple past. The main verb is in simple form. We don’t need to put the main verb in past. We just use Did and a verb in simple form.

Did doesn’t change, for example.

Did I …?

Did you …?

Did he …?

Did she …?

Did it …?

Did we …?

Did they …?

For the simple yes / no answers, we say:

Yes, I did. Yes, you did. Yes, he did. Yes, she did. Yes, it did. Yes, we did. Yes, they did.No, I didn’t. No, you didn’t. No, he didn’t. No, she didn’t. No, it didn’t. No, we didn’t. No, they didn’t.

Remember, didn’t = did not

Look at the questions below, can you complete the questions with the correct words?

*Did* you go to the gym yesterday? Yes, I *did*.

*Did* your friend pass the exam? No, he *didn’t*.

*Did* they play soccer yesterday? Yes, *they* did.

*Did* we visit your parents last week? Yes, *we* did.

*Did* Jessica read the book? No, she *didn’t*.

*Did* Ben and David do their homework? *No*, they didn’t.

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