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1) Wordsearch: find the past tense of the following irregular verbs:


2)  Write the correct verb to the correspondent picture and the simple past form:

 
                
    

    

    

 
                

   

     

   


3) What did you do yesterday? Observe the pictures and tell us...

 
a)  I    (get) up at 7:30 a.m.
b) Then I   (take) a shower.
c) I   (have) breakfast
 
and   (go) to school.
 
d) In the afternoon I  
 
 (swim) at the club with my friends.
 
e) At night  I   (write)
 
some e-mails and   (go) to bed.
 
I was really tired!!

 

come

drink

teach

eat

write

give

get

buy

take

catch

have

go

see

swim

Nice work!!

 Teacher Vera

 

       


 

 

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