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How should I say when I am telling someone about things I did yesterday?

1) Then, I do my homework.

2) Then, I did my homework.

Of course that when we are talking about past we should use a past tense word but for this I'm a little bit confused. For this I will normally use a sentence like I did my homework yesterday.

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The sentence "Then, I do my homework." Since it is in present tense, it suggests that this is a routine. On the other hand, "Then, I did my homework." suggests that you did something a while ago. Hence, if you wanted to tell someone about what you did yesterday, you should use "did".

  • Though it's a little bit confusing but refer to your answer, it should be the number 2, right? – Linundus Ondu Feb 19 '18 at 8:25
  • Yes, number 2 would be correct. Please accept the answer using the tick if it helps. – QuIcKmAtHs Feb 19 '18 at 8:27

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