We prepared“The Simple Past Tense” question (interrogative) form sentences from the movies and films to help you learn authentic English.
Simple Past Tense Question
Here’s the general form for forming a Simple Past Tense Question in English:
Did + Subject + Verb (base form) + Complement?
- Did you eat breakfast this morning?
- Did they watch a movie last night?
- Did he visit his grandparents over the weekend?
In this form, “Did” is the auxiliary verb used to form questions in the past tense. The subject comes after “Did”, followed by the base form of the main verb. The complement, which includes the object or any additional information, comes at the end of the question. The question mark at the end indicates that it is a question.
- Did she finish her homework last night?
In this example, “Did” is the auxiliary verb used to form questions in the past tense, and “she finish” is the main verb phrase in the simple past tense. “Last night” is the time expression indicating the past timeframe in which the action took place. The question mark at the end indicates that it is a question.