بحث عن الماضي البسيط بالانجليزي

بحث عن الماضي البسيط بالانجليزي نقدمه اليوم، الماضي البسيط أو الماضي غير المحدد، والذي يطلق عليه أحيانا اسم” preterite”، هو الشكل الأساسي للتعبير الماضي في اللغة الإنجليزية الحديثة، ويستخدم بشكل أساسي لوصف الأحداث في الماضي على الرغم من أنه يحتوي كذلك على بعض الاستخدامات الأخرى، وصيغة الأفعال الإنجليزية العادية الماضي البسيط ومع ذلك هناك بضع مئات من الأفعال الشاذة بأشكال مختلفة، ويستخدم المصطلح “بسيط” لتمييز البناء النحوي الذي يستخدم شكله الأساسي المضارع البسيط لوحده عن غيرها، والتي تستخدم المساعدات جنبا إلى جنب مع المشاركين مثل الماضي التام والتقدمية الماضية ، فمن خلال الفقرات التالية نقدم بحث متكامل يخص الماضي البسيط بشرح مبسط يسهل فهمه للطلاب والطالبات.

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بحث عن الماضي البسيط بالانجليزي :-

بحث عن الماضي البسيط بالانجليزي
بحث عن الماضي البسيط بالانجليزي

Past Simple:

Regular verbs form the simple past end-ed, however there are a few hundred irregular verbs with different forms, For details see English verbs § Past tense, Most verbs have a single form of the simple past, independent of the person or number of the subject (there is no addition of -s for the third person singular as in the simple present), However, the copula verb be has two past tense forms, was for the first and third persons singular, and were in other instances, The form were can also be used in place of was in conditional clauses and the like, for information on this, see English subjunctive, This is the only case in modern English where a distinction in form is made between the indicative and subjunctive moods in the past tense .

Questions, other clauses requiring inversion, negations with not, and emphatic forms of the simple past use the auxiliary did, For details of this mechanism, see do-support. A full list of forms is given below, using the (regular) verb help as an example :

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Basic simple past

Basic simple past
Basic simple past

I/you/he/she/it/we/they helped

Expanded (emphatic) simple past :

I/you/he/she/it/we/they did help

Question form

Did I/you/he/she/it/we/they help?

Negative

I/you/he/she/it/we/they did not (didn’t) help

Negative question

Negative question
Negative question

Did I/you/he/she/it/we/they not help? / Didn’t I/you/he/she/it/we/they help?

The simple past is used for a single event (or sequence of such events) in the past, and also for past habitual action :

He took the money and ran .

I visited them every day for a year .

It can also refer to a past state :

I knew how to fight even as a child .

For action that was ongoing at the time referred to, the past progressive is generally used instead (e.g. I was cooking), The same can apply to states, if temporary (e.g. the ball was lying on the sidewalk), but some stative verbs do not generally use the progressive aspect at all – see Uses of English verb forms § Progressive – and in these cases the simple past is used even for a temporary state :

The dog was in its kennel .

I felt cold .

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