Talking about Past Actions

Twelve year old male batter waiting for pitch

We use the Past Simple to talk about events, states or actions that have been completed at some point in the past. The past actions can be short or long.

1. What did you do last Friday? I went to a baseball game.
2. Where did you go? I went to Detroit.
3. When did you get back? I got back on Saturday night.
4. Where did you stay? I stayed with my parents.
5. What did Sally have for lunch? She had soup and sandwiches.
6. What did he eat last night? He ate Chinese food.
7. How was the weather? It was wonderful.

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