How To Conjugate the Regular Verb ‘To Play’ Into The Simple Past Tense [with Interrogative and Negative Forms]

Do you have trouble conjugating regular verbs into English and pronouncing them correctly? Or do you want to know how to convert a simple affirmative sentence into the interrogative or even the negative form? If so, watch this video below where we’ll look at a sample sentence with the regular verb ‘to play’ in English:

Here are some of the phrases from the video:

  • You play soccer [affirmative form of the simple present]
  • You played soccer [affirmative form of the simple past]
  • You did play soccer [affirmative form of the simple past]
  • Did you play soccer [interrogative form of the simple past]
  •  You did not play soccer [negative form of the simple past]

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