Hello Everyone! In this video, you will learn the past tense of these verbs: cook, drink, eat, hold, bake, read, wear, fix, study and play. Past tense verbs: cooked, drank, ate, held, baked, read, wore, fixed, studied and played. These verbs are repeated three times each for better practice. Each sentence is presented with illustrations for better understanding. By repeating, you will be able to improve your speaking ability as well.
Language in use:
What did you cook? I cooked spaghetti.
What did you drink? I drank water.
What did you eat? I ate cereal.
What did you hold? I held a frog.
What did you bake? I baked a cake.
What did you read? I read the newspaper.
What did you wear? I wore mittens.
What did you fix? I fixed my bike.
What did you study? I studied music.
What did you play? I played football.
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