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PAST SIMPLE: AFFIRMATIVE AND NEGATIVE

 

Fill in the gaps with the affirmative past form of the verb in brackets:

 

1. My father to Egypt last week. (travel)

2. I  a dress yesterday. (buy)

3. Peter a letter. (send)

4. My mother  chemistry at school. (study)

5. Susan me a nice birthday card. (give)

6. We at home last night. ( be)

7. It a lot last week. (snow)

8. Lots of people to Hawaii during Christmas. (go)

9. Daniel a nice poem . (write)

10. Dad a great cake. (bake)

 

2. Put the verbs in brackets in the negative past form (do not use abbreviations):

 1. The children  to school yesterday. (go)

2. Peter  ill last week. (be)

3. We  the film. (see)

4. Tom English fluently. (speak)

5. Greg  very fast. (drive)

6. Paula  a birthday party. (have)

7. Silvia Mr Smith’s explanation. (understand)

 

 

       


 

 

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