Past Intensive Tense


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What is It?

It lets readers know an event happened for sure by confirmation.

When to Use?



* To make clear how a situation happened. Usually, it is in the form of a question or a serious statement. 1. Did you give Harry an apple last week?

2. They did agree to one year of free shopping for our whole family.

Important Word: Did

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