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On St. Patrick’s Day, the world goes green. But who inspired
this global celebration –a man, a saint, or a glorious Irish myth?
As a British teenager enslaved on an Irish farm in the 5th
century, Patrick doesn’t believe in God. But when he escapes, has an epiphany,
and takes up the Church’s cause, he returns to Ireland determined to convert
its many pagan tribes to Christianity. Defying Church conservatism, he begins
an evangelistic crusade to bring about the Second Coming of Christ.
200 years later, to unite their disparate peoples under one
saintly banner, imaginative Irish monks turn Patrick’s story into a potent mix
of folklore and fantasy. It worked, and today this apocalyptic priest’s legacy
has become a life-affirming fusion of religious worship, reconciliation and
ribald secular celebration.
Everyone’s heard of St.Patrick, right? The mere mention of the name reminds us of shamrocks, green ale, and maybe even a leprechaun or two. But who was Saint Patrick really, and why in the world do we reserve an entire day in his honor? His story is one of the most compelling in Christian history, worthy of a blockbuster movie.
You´ll be able to learn how to use the past simple tense in English language.
Just, read the next information below.
Now, these are some rules to make affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences in the simple past tense in English language that you should know.
The auxiliary verb "to do" is conjugated in the past tense as follows:
HE / SHE / IT DID
Remember: All verbs are conjugated for all the personal pronouns subjects in the same way in the past simple tense, but there is an exception with the verb "to Be". It changes in the first and third persons of singular.
Look at the next affirmative sentence as an example:
"You slept at home last night"
Now, pay attention how to form negative and interrogative sentences.
SUBJECT + DIDN´T + verb-inf + COMPLEMENTS
Example: You didn´t sleep at home last night.
DID + SUBJECT + verb-inf + COMPLEMENTS ?
Example: Did you sleep at home last night?
Yes, SUBJECT + did
No, SUBJECT + didn´t Example: Yes, You did No, she didn´t