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AFFIRMATIVE:

6
3
2 5
4
1
7

Past simple

1. play
2. want
3. hate
4. live
5. look
6. ask
7. dance

PRESENT SIMPLE

PAST SIMPLE

I love your house

I your house

The plane arrives at 3.30

The plane    at 3.30

You brush your hair every morning

You     your hair yesterday

They like it

They     it


Write the past simple form

INFINITIVE
PAST SIMPLE INFINITIVE PAST SIMPLE
To start started To finish
To hate
To study
To like To love
To live
To wash



NEGATIVE

AFFIRMATIVE (past simple)

NEGATIVE (past simple: didn't)

I liked the film

I didn't like the film

 
You wanted an ice cream


You  an ice cream

 
He needed a pencil


He  a pencil

 
She played football


She  football

 
It rained a lot.


It  a lot

 
We phoned the police


We   the police

 
You washed your hair


You  your hair

 
They worked hard


They  hard


 

       


 

 

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