KripXP said:Thanks mates . I also thought that the first one was the right sentence.
Yes, you could say "What happened yesterday with your car?" "What's happened to your car?". You could say "What went on yesterday?" but people are more likely to say "What was going on yesterday?" It's the same use of the pretérito and the imperfecto as in Spanish, with the same subtle differences in meaning.Artrella said:However if you refer to the past I think you have to say WHAT HAS HAPPENED? or WHAT HAPPENED YESTERDAY WITH YOUR CAR? (for instance)
I don't think you can use WHAT WENT ON YESTERDAY? Please sb can clarify this last point?