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1. Write the PAST SIMPLE of the following REGULAR VERBS:
 
- revise      - look      - enjoy      - memorize      - cook      - play     
- live             - try          - study      - arrive               - fish         - watch
 
2. Write the PAST SIMPLE of the following IRREGULAR VERBS:
 
- go      - bring      - think      - buy      - take      - choose      - send
- drive      - begin      - become      - come      - win      - drink      - leave
 
3. Change the following sentences into the NEGATIVE:
 
a) I played tennis with Sam yesterday. .
b) We enjoyed the film. .
c) The film started at 19:00. .
d) Anna went to the cinema on Sunday. .
e) You liked the concert. .
f) Tom's team lost the match. .
g) The students memorized the vocabulary before the exam. .
h) Alice brought a cheesecake. .
 
4. Change the following sentences into the INTERROGATIVE:
 
a) Alex scored a goal in the match.
b) They visited their aunt on Sunday.
c) Julia went to the doctor last week.
d) The dog ate my sandwich.
e) John came to my birthday party at eight o'clock.
f) The students read that book.
g) They tried to open the door.
h) My sister drove her car to the party.
 
5. Change into the AFFIRMATIVE:
 
a) I didn't like the film.
b) We didn't eat pasta last week. .
c) David didn't study for the test. .
d) We didn't see Jane in the park. .
e) Donald didn't become a businessman.
f) They weren't at the party. .
g) I wasn't tired after school. .

 

       


 

 

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