I'll try to express myself the best, here.
My issue is how to express my self in cases like this one:
I didn't take/took any notes.
The same goes for have along w/ an irregular verb
Can you explain it to me?
Thank you very much. And nice to meet you Mister Micawber.
I'll be here alot. I'm trying to improve my english skills. I read a lot in english. I even am starting to think in english. eheheh! Actually, sometimes I can't express myself in Portuguese, and I use English.
Mister Micawber said:
The negative past is representated by did not (rather than present do/does not); the main verb does not change from the dictionary form: We didn't go last night.
I didn't take notes.
She didn't learn anything.
With "to have". Shall we say
"I Haven't [taken/took] lessons."
What is the tense we should use? Simple Past or Past Participle?
Actually the all issue goes on this. When should we use either tenses?