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 Present Perfect Simple or Past Simple  

1         I  (visit) Bob last month.

2        We  (promise) to help them already.

3        She  (never/do) anything bad.

4       She  (go) on holiday three weeks ago.

5        We (not/do) our work yet.

6       She  (see) the film three times.

7        They  (swim) in the sea last summer.

 

Present Perfect Simple or Past Simple some sentences might require Continuous form, but this time, please, form only Simple tenses:)
 
1       She  (read) the book yesterday.
2       Three people  (come) to visit him so far.
3   They  (just/visit) me.
4     When  (she/promise) you to do it?
5     She  (bring) pizza at 9 o’clock.
6     They  (buy) a bike last month.
7   She  (teach) many children since she finished school herself.
Present Perfect Simple or Past Simple some sentences might require Continuous form, but this time, please, form only Simple tenses:)
 
1     We  (sing) a song on Monday
2   The children  (sit) still during the lesson.
3  He  (wait) for 3 hours.
4    Then she  (want) an ice-cream.
5  They  (sleep) a lot today.
6   While I  (speak) to you he came home.
7  She  (stand) at the bus stop the other day.
8   We  (take) three books from the library recently.
9    His grandfather is dead. He  (make) the bench.