How can we tell the difference between questions in the simple present and the simple past? Give an example of each.

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Comment by Maria Ines Soladrero Flores on August 19, 2013 at 10:13pm

The difference between questions in simple present and simple past is that simple past is talking about something that has already happened and simple present is about something that is happening right now. 
Example of Simple Present: Are you drinking lemonade?
Example of Simple Past: What did you do in Christmas?

Comment by Citlaly Solís Guillén on August 18, 2013 at 2:43pm

the difference between the simple past and siemple prensente is that, in this simple present, are actions that are happening in the moment, while the simple past generally makes a plain statement about something is the past (and often implies that the matter is over and done with).

example:

I do my homework (Simple present)

I did my homework (Simple past)

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