It's a word (i.e., anterior marker) that you put before some verb so dat you flip whatever you tryna say and express it in the past tense. Another closely related word to did is ehn. However, did can also mean did as in "did" the normal way you gon use it in World English, m'kay.

The examples below show the use of did as an inflectional particle (i.e., the suffix "-ed") to make them tings past tense. Because das how you gots to dweet.

I thanked themMi did tengk dem
I walked to their houseMi did waak fi dem ous
I talked to them last weekA did taak wid dem laas wik
I asked him (or her) the questionA did ax im di kuestian

And so much more...

Example sentences​

Mi did fiil nais wen mi did si di byuutiful sonset.

I felt nice when I saw the beautiful sunset.

Wi did deh wid di breddadem yuh no si wi?

We was there with the homies, you didn't see us?

Ef di nesiseri tuuldem nuh did deh, wi nuh wud bin fit kampliit di prajek pan taim.

If the necessary tools were not there, we would not have been able to complete the project on time.
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