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Present Past
have had
say said
wake woke
make made
see saw
sleep slept
eat ate
build built
go went
take took
 
 
  1. I  (build)  a nice house.
  2. You (see)  some people by the river.
  3. We (have)  a good time last Thursday.
  4. He (eat)  eggs and sausage.
  5. They (wake)  up in the morning.
  6. She (make)  her bed.
  7. It (go)  away.
  8. The child (take)  a toy.
  9. Children (sleep)  well.
  10. My boss (say)  many necessary things.

 

  1. Martin (have)  a lot of new words in his envelope.
  2. Guna (wake)  up early in the morning.
  3. Ervin (eat)  big breakfast.
  4. Nick (build)  a house for his family.
  5. Henry (take)  his bag and (go)  to work.
  6. Students (make)  mistakes in the exercise.
  7. People (sleep)  much at weekend.
  8. The teacher (say) : "Be careful down the stairs!"
  9. Workmates (see)  a present on the table.
  10. Employees (go)  to work.

 

       


 

 

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