Put the in the Past Simple or in the Present Perfect. Choose the correct form of the verb.
Julie has been / was ill since Tuesday.
I didn't see / haven't seen Josh since 1998.
The dog went / has gone to sleep an hour ago.
I had / ‘ve had a cat for two years. It’s name is Willis.
I’ve waited / waited for a bus for twenty minutes. Then I decided to walk.
I’ve already seen / already saw 'Shrek'.
She has changed/ changed a lot since she left school.
We went/ ‘ve been to the seaside last summer.
I was /‘ve been ill three month ago.
Have you been / Did you to the shop? I need some stamps.
My hobby is fishing. I’ve caught / caught a lot of fish.
Jenny is in Oxford today, but she was /has been in London yesterday.
I played /'ve played basketball when I was younger, but l don’t play now.
Put the in the Past Simple or in the Past Continuous. Choose the correct form of the verb.
When I saw/was seeing Nick, he wrote / was writing a letter.
At 2 o’clock my mother Fiona cooked /was cooking soup.
The father didn’t sleep /was not sleeping when little Freddie opened the door.
Last summer I go /was going to my granny in Russia.
Aunt Pam got / was getting a postcard from her cousin two days ago.
At 10 o’clock, Samantha did/was doing homework.
When the old teacher came/ was coming in, the children tolked/were talking.
When my mother was coming /came home, the telephone suddenly rang/ was ranning.
When I was meting/ met my friend yesterday, he was very happy.
Why was /cry Nickolas crying? —He’s lost the…
Past Simple Past Perfect. (Put the correct form of the verb).
1. His parents … already … (eat) when he … (come) home.
2. Last year Susan … (pass) all her tests and exams.
3. When Peter … (arrive) to the airport he … (discover) he … (forget) his passport at home.
4. Our train … already … (leave) when we … (arrive) at the station.
5. Peter and Mary … (get) home to find that thieves … (break) into their house.
When Heather … (open) her windows the sun … already … (sit).
I … (realize) I … (buy) any milk when I … (come) home.
It … (rain) when I … (be) out so the laundry … (be) wet.
Grace … (fell) bad last night because she … (eat) too many sandwiches.
Amber … (meet) Gregory last October.
Шкала баллов: 0 - 7=2 8 - 10 = 3; 11-14 =4; 15- 17= 5.
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