English teaching exercises: past simple 


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past simple exercises > Past simple or continuous?
 

Past simple or continuous?

 

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Past simple or continuous?
by Michaela Jílková

Date: 14 - May - 2010
Level: intermediate
Age: +12

Description:
Students have to decide whether there is present simple or present continuous. In the 2nd part they number the pictures according to the text. Thank you for your comments;o))


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yanogator
United States

          posted by yanogator 0
The past of "set" is "set", not "setted". Since it is the incorrect choice, you might choose not to change it, but I think it would be a better exercise if it didn´t have an incorrect word in it.


falafel
Tunisia

Great work and very useful. Thanks for sharing          posted by falafel 0


MJ_Misa
Czech Republic

          posted by MJ_Misa 0
Dear yanogator,
I know that but I wrote it that way pusposedly because my students have problems with irregular verbs. So I want them to find mistakes and tell me the right forms. But because you wrote it in the comments, I had to change it. I would consider a PM being more appropriate as you couldn´t be sure why is it there:o(


MJ_Misa
Czech Republic

Sorry for the typos           posted by MJ_Misa 0
I was a bit upset because I was a bit upset:o((


danka.michalkova
Czech Republic

          posted by danka.michalkova 0
Don´t be upset, Míša, I like your worksheets a lot:) Thank you for them!


Sara5
Kuwait

          posted by Sara5 0
Thank you for sharing such wonderful OES with us MJ Misa