Daily use sentences with Did

How and when to use Did with Daily use sentences

How and when to use Did


Did is the past tense of do.


Did is used when we are talking in past tense. And it becomes fairly simple here because both do and does become did in the past tense.


Daily use sentences with Did (Did sentence example)

  • I can’t sing as well as Mary did.
  • I’m not responsible for what he did.
  • He did a cartwheel.
  • She did her best to help him.
  • I did smoke when I was young.
  • He did not know what to say.
  • I did it the way he told me to.
  • I did many things last night.
  • Did you miss me?
  • I wonder why he did that.
  • I passed the exam and so did Tom.
  • I did not eat my lunch yet.
  • He did not speak unless spoken to.
  • He did not go out.
  • He was sick, so he did not go out.
  • I did my homework.
  • He did the reverse of what I asked.
  • She did not say anything.
  • She did her best never to think of him.
  • All the player did their best.
  • I am hungry because I did not eat lunch.
  • She did nothing but cry all day.
  • I can’t tell you what we did last night.
  • We did a lot of singing at the party.
  • I’m surprised that she did such a thing.
  • I did that without consulting anyone.
  • She advised him to see a lawyer, so he did.
  • I didn’t go out last Sunday.


Questions in the Past tense


Statement: He eats bread.
Q (present): Does he eat bread
Q (past): Did he eat bread

There is no change in the sentence except for Does becoming Did.


Solutions:

1. They speak English

Present Tense: Do they speak English?
Past Tense: Did they speak English?
Negative: They do not speak English

2. She lives in France

Present Tense: Does she live in France?
Past Tense: Did she live in France?
Negative: She did not live in France

3. The earth goes around the sun

Present Tense: Does the earth go around the sun
Past Tense: Did the earth go around the sun
Negative: The earth does not go around the sun

4. The doll has black hair

Present Tense: Does the doll have black hair
Past Tense: Did the doll have black hair
Negative: The doll does not have black hair

5. We like reading

Present Tense: Do we like reading?
Past Tense: Did we like reading?
Negative: We do not like reading

Let’s practice – Comment your answer

1. ________ you know about the test tomorrow
2. ________ Ms Charles give homework everyday
3. ________ Cathy and Peter know about the submission tomorrow
4. ________ you know what happened in the lab today
5. ________ anyone have the Physics textbook
6. ________ Jenny know the girl in red


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