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The Past Simple Tense yesterday, last week, last month, last year, 7 years ago, the day before yesterday the other day, in 2002
I worked. + ? Did I work? - I didn't work. + I went. ? Did I go? - I didn't go.
ed [t] [d] [id] dressed helped danced opened played lived counted wanted collected ! stop+ed = stopped try+ed = tried, but played
Put the verbs into the simple past: - Last year I (go) to England on holiday. - It (be) fantastic. - I (visit) lots of interesting places. I (be) with two friends of mine . - In the mornings we (walk) in the streets of London. - In the evenings we (go) to pubs. - The weather (be) strangely fine. - It (not / rain) a lot. - But we (see) some beautiful rainbows. - Where (spend / you) your last holiday?
Write positive sentences in simple past he / the question / answer you / a question / ask the dog / bark they / us / call we / a mountain / climb John / stamps / collect we / in London / live I / hungry / be they / a hamster / have he / to school / go
Rewrite the sentences in the negative They collected postcards. You jumped high. Albert played squash. The teacher tested our English. Fiona visited her grandma. He washed the car. You were thirsty. He had a computer. I bought bread. You saw the house.
Write questions in simple past Anna / the window / open she / home / walk you / in the garden / work you / a song / sing she / on a chair / sit you / the castle / visit Jenny / the door / lock she / happy / be Greg / the ball / kick the car / at the corner / stop
Exercise on questions with interrogative Ask for the bold part of the sentence. She pushed her bike. She carried a bag. We waited in the park. The policeman arrested the thief. We ate fish. She watched the match last night. She asked her friend because she did not know what to do. I opened the door. The teacher checked our homework. Cindy had a dog.
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Exceptions in spelling when adding ing Example final e is dropped (but: ee is not changed) come – coming (but: agree – agreeing) after a short, stressed vowel, the final consonant is doubled sit – sitting l as final consonant after a vowel is doubled (in British English) travel – travelling final ie becomes y lie – lying
Write positive sentences in past progressive you / play / cards Alice / walk / around the lake Caron / listen / to the radio we / read / a book about Australia Linda / look for / her ring Fiona and Sam / visit / the castle Ben / wash / the car Kim and I / wait / in the park My sister / feed / the birds Greg and Phil / count / their money
Write negative sentences in past progressive Sarah and Luke / not / work Mister Miller / not / teach / chemistry Barry / not / drive / a lorry Mandy / not / have / lunch Albert / not / play / tennis Taylor and Bob / not / cycle / home Annie / not / clean / the table Benjamin / not / write / an e-mail Jane / not / exercise / in the gym Robert / not / buy / flowers
Write questions in past progressive Rachel / feed / the cat the children / paint / a picture Clark / repair / his computer Hazel / swim / in the pool Lucas / have / a shower Jason and Aron / run / down the street Betty / do / her homework Cindy and James / make / dinner Rebecca / watch / Star Trek Anita and Linda / sit / in the kitchen
Ask for the information in the bold part of the sentence Henry was living in London last year. Anita was working at a restaurant last week. Ricky was waiting for Holly. Sarah was singing a song. Joe was reading a book. At six o'clock, Myriam and her family were having dinner. Bob was walking home because his car had a flat tire. At half past seven, Mister Logan was driving home. The children were playing in the sandbox. Claire was visiting her best friend.
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The Past Simple Tense and The Past Continuous Tense exercises and formation. Firstly, the formation of the Past Simple Tense and five exercises: 1. to put the verbs in brackets into the simple past, 2. to write positive sentences in the simple past, 3. to rewrite sentences in the negative, 4. to write questions in the simple past and 5. to ask for the bold part of the sentence. Then the formation of the Past Continuous Tense and four exercises are given: 1. to write positive sentences in the past progressive, 2. to write negative sentences in the past progressive, 3. to write questions in the past progressive and 4. to ask for information in the bold part of the sentence.