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Past simple with Jeff Buckley and his Hallelujah!
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Age: 10-100
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I. Listen to the songs and write the missing words. What tense are they in?

I there a secret chord
That David and it the Lord
But you don't really care for music, do you?
Well, it goes like this, the fourth, the fifth,
the minor fall, the major lift, the baffled king composing Hallelujah

Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah

Your faith strong but you proof, you her bathing on the roof,
her beauty and the moonlight you
Well, she you to a kitchen chair, she your throne and she your hair,
and from your lips she the Hallelujah

Maybe there a God above, but all I ever learned from love
how to shoot somebody who you
That’s not a cry that you hear at night,
that’s not somebody who's seen the light, it’s a cold and it’s a broken
 
Hallelujah
 
 
The words are in the  tense.

 

II. Put the verbs in the correct form (present simple, present continuous, past simple and going to).

1.                   I   (go) to the shop now.

2.                   We  (listen) to the Prime Minister on the radio yesterday.

3.                   We often   (read) books.

4.                   He   (drink) milk every day.

5.                   Look at those clouds. It  (rain) in a minute

6.                   They    (play) football at the moment.

7.                   You  (learn) English twice a week.

8.                   Where is Jane? She     (play) the guitar.

9.                   I    (like) dancing when I    (be) younger.

10.               We   (go) to school by bus every Tuesday.

11.               He   (usually / not /listen) to the radio.

12.               He    (play) football with Tom and Peter  tomorrow.

13.               Mr. Brown   (leave) London 2 days ago.

14.               What   (you  / do) when you leave school?

 

       


 

 

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