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        SIMPLE PAST

                                                               VERB TO  BE

 
1. Complete the sentences with was or were.
 

When I  a baby I cried a lot! The apple   delicious!  I ate it all. Dinosaurs  big and strong.  The bin is full but it  empty this morning.

The window  open and the burglar went into the house. Sue opened her umbrella because it   raining. Bob and Linda   very happy at their wedding party. The frogs  hungry!
 
2. Choose the correct answer.
 
a. Yesterday  was  were Sunday and we went to the beach.
b. Beth  was  were  worried because the test  was  were  very difficult.
c. My uncles  was   were   in Florida last year.
d. Tom and Daisy  was   were   at the Mall last evening.
e. My sister  was  were  20 years old when she got married.
d. We  was   were   sad because it rained during our picnic.
 
3. Turn the sentences into Negative and Interrogative.
 
a. Tracy was very happy yesterday.
Negative:
Interrogative:
 
b. We were very busy last week.
Negative:
Interrogative:
 
c. Mother was tired this morning.
Negative:
Interrogative:
 
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