1. Use Past Simple, Present, Past or Future Perfect.
How long you (know) Tom?
When I arrived at the cinema, the film (start).
She (live) in China before she went to Thailand
She just (go) out
After they (eat) the shellfish, they began to feel sick.
He (not/use) email before, so I showed him how to use it.
He (clean) the flat by 6 o’clock
We were late for the plane because we (forget) our passports
He (read) the newspaper today?
When we (meet) again I’m sure Tom (become) a great doctor.
He (live) in this street but now he is moving.
She told me she (study) a lot before the exam.
When he (arrive) home?
The children (not/do) their homework, so they were in trouble
She said that she (not/visit) the UK before
You (not study) French for ten years
She already (leave) for Moscow by this time next week.
You (eat) lunch yet?
Where you (be)?
They (come) back home. Here they are.
I (never been) to London
Where she (put) her phone?
He (feel) a sudden pain in his arm just now.
By year 2020 we (invent) fantastic cars.
By the end of the week they (finish ) their report.