To use the verb to be in the past simple tense we use was/were. The form we use depends on the person speaking.
Was yesterday Saturday? No, it wasn’t, yesterday was Sunday!
- I was tired yesterday.
- We were all tired yesterday evening.
Complete the dialogue with was/wasn’t or were/weren’t.
- –Were you with Susan last night?
- -Yes, we were at a restaurant.
- -Did you like the food?
-No, the food wasn’t good and it was very expensive!
- -Did you tell the people working there?
-Yes, but they didn’t listen, they were very busy.
- e) -Did you eat everything?
-No, we were still hungry! We weren’t happy!