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WRITE THE PAST TENSE (REGULAR VERBS)

Do not pay attention to the translation into Latvian: (izveidojiet pagâtni ierakstiet ailiitees) Neskaidriibas gadiijumaa, luudzu zvaniet man :)

1.     Children  (dress) quickly.

2.    I  (help) my mother in the kitchen.

3.    We  (walk) in the park.

4.    They  (wash) their clothes in the bathroom.

5.    We  (watch) an interesting film.

6.    Students  (work) in the garden.

7.    Guna  (play) basketball.

8.    The girl  (skip) very fast.

9.    Henry  (ski) down the hill.

10. It  (rain) a lot.

 

READ THE FORMS OF THE VERBS
Do not pay attention to the translation into Latvian: (iemaacieties pagâtni) Neskaidriibas gadiijumaa, luudzu zvaniet man :)

sit

sat

have

had

speak

spoke

see

saw

run

ran

pay

paid

make

made

go

went

swim

swam

fly

flew

sleep

slept

say

said

stand

stood

read

read

WRITE IN THE FORMS OF THE VERBS

Do not pay attention to the translation into Latvian: (izveidojiet pagâtni ierakstiet ailiitees) Neskaidriibas gadiijumaa, luudzu zvaniet man :)
 

     1.     I (see) my friends yesterday.

2.    He  (have) a short break in the morning.

3.    They  (speak) about holidays.

4.    We  (make) a nice present.

5.    They  (sleep) well.

6.    She  (go) home.

7.    I  (swim) in the river.

8.    You  (run) very fast.

9.    They  (pay) for the hotel.

10. She  (say) very much.

 

WRITE IN THE FORMS OF THE VERBS

Do not pay attention to the translation into Latvian: (izveidojiet pagâtni ierakstiet ailiitees) Neskaidriibas gadiijumaa, luudzu zvaniet man :)

1.     I  (stand) at the door.

2.    The birds  (fly) away.

3.    They  (read) an interesting book.

4.    You  (sit) at the fireplace.

5.    I  (have) a good time yesterday.

6.    She  (swim) in the sea.

7.    They  (speak) English last lesson.

8.    You  (pay) for the book.

9.    We  (make) our beds.

10. They  (go) to work.

 

WRITE IN THE FORMS OF THE VERBS
Do not pay attention to the translation into Latvian: (izveidojiet pagâtni ierakstiet ailiitees) Neskaidriibas gadiijumaa, luudzu zvaniet man :)

sit

                         

have

 

speak

see

 

run

 

pay

 

make

 

go

 

swim

 

fly

 

sleep

 

say

 

stand

 

read

 

 
REWRITE IN NEGATIVE
 Do not pay attention to the translation into Latvian: (paarveidojiet par noliegumu pagâtne ierakstiet ailiitees) Neskaidriibas gadiijumaa, luudzu zvaniet man :)
  1. I sat at the fireplace.  
  2. You had a break for lunch.
  3. We spoke very quietly.   
  4. She saw her friend.
  5. They ran home.     
  6. He paid for the lunch.
  7. It made a nest.    
  8. Children went home.
  9. Ducks swam in the lake.  
  10. Birds flew abroad.
  11. Dogs slept on the ground.         
  12. My mother said to go to school.
  13. They stood at the door.  
  14. Children read a nice book.