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WRITE THE PAST FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS

Mary in Paris ten years ago. (live)

She as a teacher there. (work)

Her flat near the Sacre Couer .(be)

She see the Tower Eiffel from her window. (can)

Her flatmate (be) Antoine. He (be) a painter. He (paint) beautiful portraits.

Mary (have) a small green car. She (drive)  her car to work every day but she her bike on Sundays. (ride)

Mary crêpes every day.(eat) They delicious! (be) She sometimes (drink) some red wine. She (not eat) scargo. Mary (not like) snails.

Her best friend Anette (live) in Versailles. Mary sometimes (visit) her. They (play) tennis or (go) on picnics. On rainy days they (play) cards or (watch) a film.  

 

 
 

 

       


 

 

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