Fill in the blanks to make sentence in Simple Past
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About the Game

Fill in the blanks to make the sentence (simple Past) is a practice game for Portuguese learning game for beginners. This game gives the idea to construct and use basic and short sentences in past simple in Portuguese.

In this game we try our best to use the way of speaking rather than the way to write, as the main objective of the game is to practice the daily speaking sentences.

How to play?

1. Click on the Start button.
2. In the top sentence in English appears. And, in middle there is a Portuguese sentence having a blank space to complete.
3. In the bottom there are three options, click or tap in the answer that fits in the blank space.
4. If answer is right, selected option will have green background and if wrong it will be red.
5. Each right answer gives 1 score.
6. The next question will appear.
7. There are total 30 questions in the game.
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Making short sentences in Simple Past form in Portuguese

How do we make a simple sentence in past simple in Portuguese? It's quite easy. The simple construction of a sentence is like in english.

Subject + verb + object.

Let's see one example:
Eu falei Português.
I spoke Portuguese.

Eu is a subject and then verb falar comes matching with the subject and in last there is an object Português. Please see VERBS AR IN PORTUGUESE, for 50 regular AR verbs and their simple past conjugation with Pronouns.

In this section and the game above, we are only focusing on very short and simple sentences with regular AR verbs to use in past simple only.


Some Examples:

Eu gostei futebol.
I liked football.

Você gostou de Lisboa.
You liked Lisbon.

Like in English, if you put question mark in end, it will be a question.

Example:
Tu gostaste de Portugal?
Do you liked Portugal?

Tu and você both means You. In Portugal or in European Portuguese tu is commonly used in normal conversation. Though, the você is the respected or formal way to say you.

30 short simple past sentences in Portuguese using AR verbs



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