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Age: 13-17
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Regular and Irregular - Simple Past - SNOOPY´S BUSY MONTH
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WHAT DID THEY DO? PAST SIMPLE REGULAR AND IRREGULAR VERBS (KEY+B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
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Age: 10-12
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CATCH TAKE
SLEEP SEE
GIVE DRINK
FIGHT DRIVE
THROW HIDE
FLY SWIM
DRINK DRAW
EAT SMELL
READ RUN
1.    4.    7.
2.                 5.      8.
3.   6.       9.
 
 

      Last summer I  on holiday to Italy. I  by plane because it was fast and comfortable. I  at a five-star hotel for seven nights. I  every morning on the beach. I sunbathed,  swimming or diving, or I  sandcastles. In the afternoons I  interesting places and I  a lot of beautiful photos. In the evenings I went out and  the local specialities. I enjoyed the holiday very much because the weather  hot and sunny and I  relax a lot. back yesterday but I was too tired to ring you. Do you know I  at midday this morning? I  a lot of things on holiday,  very nice people and  new friends. I also  some presents. Don't worry, I  you. I  a present for you at the airport. I hope you  something for me too. Ring me when you get home!

    BUY
    TRY
    GO
    GET UP
    BE
    TRAVEL
    SPEND
    CAN
    GET
    COME
NOT FORGET
DO
BUY
BUILD
GO
VISIT
MEET
TAKE
MAKE
STAY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




  








                              







 

       

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