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A. Complete the sentences with WAS-WASN`T-WERE-WEREN`T.

1. Paul  in the cinema yesterday. He  at his granparents house.

2.  they happy at the party? Yes, they
 
3.  Paul at school yesterday? No, he . He  sick.
 
4 Kate  with her friends all afternoon. They  very happy together.
 
 
 
B. Complete the gaps with WAS-WASN`T-WERE-WEREN`T.

1.   Tom  very romantic yesterday.               11.  The kids    at a birthday party. 

 
2.  Jane  very sick..                                           12.  Peter  late for work.
 
 
3. Jack  at a party he  at work.          13. Paul  very happy, he  angry.
 
 
4.John and Pat very happy.                                 14. Peter  in a big hurry.
 
 
5.   Susan   tired of cooking.                      15. They  singing very loud.
 
 
6.  Jack  sad. He   happy.                          16. Tim  a priest , he  a musician.
 
 
7.   Mr. Parker   a great painter.                      17.They  happy with the concert.
 
 
8. Andrew   playing computer games.                 18.  The mother  really desperate.
 
 
9. The cat   afraid of the small mouse.                 19.  Jim completely exhausted.
 
 
10.  Mr. Smith   very hungry.                                20.  Tom  with his friends. he  alone.
 
 
 

 

       


 

 

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