Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles In this lesson, we are going to focus on past simple. Past simple is used to talk about finished actions. For regular verb forms we use 'ed' to describe the past tense. For example: 'I walk to school' becomes 'Yesterday, I "walked" to school.' Most of the very common verbs are irregular, so it's important that we know these. Have/had, do/did , say/said, go/went , give/gave, get/got, make/made. Know/knew, is/was , am/was , are/were. For example: 'I usually "eat" lunch in the kitchen.' 'Yesterday I "ate" lunch at the park.' In Episode 2 of 'Fortune Blue', Daniel and Jimmy talk about the past. They use the verbs 'give', 'get' and 'take'. Do you know the past form for these three verbs? -I got desperate and low on information. -You gave them empty files. -And took their money. Let's check the answers. -I 'got' desperate and low on information. -You 'gave' them empty files. -And 'took' their money. So, were you correct? As a final activity, let's look at some of the most common verb forms. Do you know all of them? think/thought. come/came. tell/told. leave/left. put/put. talk/talked. find/found. hear/heard. show/showed. write/wrote. Remember, past simple is used to talk about finished actions. I hope you enjoyed this grammar lesson. See you next time.