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PAST SIMPLE I. Put the correct forms of the verbs into the gaps.

Use the Simple Past in the statements. 1. She (to wash) the cups and the plates. 2. He .. a box. (to carry) 3. They .their father. (to help) 4. ohn and !"y.. thin#s. (to swap) $. %. to !ndrew. (to tal&) '. Susan .with (eter. (to dance) ). The boys bas&etball. (to try) *. +e ..a trip. (to plan) ,. She ..her hair. (to wash) 1-. The car the traffic li#hts. (to stop) 11. % to the teacher. (to tal&) 12. The children (to dress) .uic&ly. 13. % (to help) "y "other in the &itchen. 14. +e (to wal&) in the par&. 1$. They (to wash) their clothes in the bathroo". 1'. +e (to watch) an interestin# fil". 1). The students (to wor&) in the #arden. 1*. /ina (to play) bas&etball. 1,. The #irl (to 0u"p) o1er the fence. 2-. %t (to rain) a lot. 21. Henry (to s&i) down the hill.

22. %t (to snow) last winter. 23. +e (to open) the door. 24. The children (to s"ile) happily. 2$. 2artin (to listen) to "usic. 2'. She (to want) a new dress. 2). 3r1in (to count) the docu"ents. 2*. ! lot of people (to s&ate) on the la&e. 2,. 4ic& (to rest) last su""er. 3-. +e (to paint) the walls. 31. The teacher (to plant) a tree. 32. +e (to wait) for you. 33. 3r1in (to fix) the bi&e. 34. The #irl (to clean) the house. 3$. +e (to search) for infor"ation. 3'. They (to wor&) in the "ornin#. 3). She (to pro"ise) to help. 3*. They (to s&i) in winter. 3,. % (to loo&) throu#h the window. 4-. 5ou (to listen) to "usic.

II. Put the sentences above to negative and interrogative form.

PAST SIMPLE I. Put the correct forms of the verbs into the gaps. Use the Simple Past in the statements. 1. She (to wash) the cups and the plates. 2. He .. a box. (to carry) 3. They .their father. (to help) 4. ohn and !"y.. thin#s. (to swap) $. %. to !ndrew. (to tal&) '. Susan .with (eter. (to dance) ). The boys bas&etball. (to try) *. +e ..a trip. (to plan) ,. She ..her hair. (to wash) 1-. The car the traffic li#hts. (to stop) 11. % to the teacher. (to tal&) 12. The children (to dress) .uic&ly. 13. % (to help) "y "other in the &itchen. 14. +e (to wal&) in the par&. 1$. They (to wash) their clothes in the bathroo". 1'. +e (to watch) an interestin# fil". 1). The students (to wor&) in the #arden. 1*. /ina (to play) bas&etball. 1,. The #irl (to 0u"p) o1er the fence. 2-. %t (to rain) a lot. 21. Henry (to s&i) down the hill.

22. %t (to snow) last winter. 23. +e (to open) the door. 24. The children (to s"ile) happily. 2$. 2artin (to listen) to "usic. 2'. She (to want) a new dress. 2). 3r1in (to count) the docu"ents. 2*. ! lot of people (to s&ate) on the la&e. 2,. 4ic& (to rest) last su""er. 3-. +e (to paint) the walls. 31. The teacher (to plant) a tree. 32. +e (to wait) for you. 33. 3r1in (to fix) the bi&e. 34. The #irl (to clean) the house. 3$. +e (to search) for infor"ation. 3'. They (to wor&) in the "ornin#. 3). She (to pro"ise) to help. 3*. They (to s&i) in winter. 3,. % (to loo&) throu#h the window. 4-. 5ou (to listen) to "usic.

II. Put the sentences above to negative and interrogative form.

III. Complete the follo ing letter! Dear Sam, Thanks for your letter. It is really great to hear from you now that the weather is rainy and I can't go out that much. Hope your life is a lot more exciting than mine. You !ask" me to write a#out my life. $ell, there is really nothing special going on. %ast Saturday, for example, my family and I !&isit" my grandparents. 'y mother . !help" my grandmother with the housework. 'y father .. !clean" the windows outside. 'y sister and I . !watch" cartoons on tele&ision and later we ..!play" outside in the garden. $e .. !clim#" the old oak(tree in the garden to our tree(house. $e .. !stay" there all afternoon. Then our mother !call" us #ecause it ..!#e" time to go home. )ur grandparents . !kiss" us good#ye and we .!return" home. $e . !arri&e" home at * o'clock. +ather !look" for the key, !open" the front door, and we all ..!walk" inside. That's it a#out the way I spent last weekend. How a#out you, $hat did you do last Saturday, $rite #ack and tell me how you're doing. %o&e, -ulie.

III. Complete the follo ing letter! Dear Sam, Thanks for your letter. It is really great to hear from you now that the weather is rainy and I can't go out that much. Hope your life is a lot more exciting than mine. You !ask" me to write a#out my life. $ell, there is really nothing special going on. %ast Saturday, for example, my family and I !&isit" my grandparents. 'y mother . !help" my grandmother with the housework. 'y father .. !clean" the windows outside. 'y sister and I . !watch" cartoons on tele&ision and later we ..!play" outside in the garden. $e .. !clim#" the old oak(tree in the garden to our tree(house. $e .. !stay" there all afternoon. Then our mother !call" us #ecause it ..!#e" time to go home. )ur grandparents . !kiss" us good#ye and we .!return" home. $e . !arri&e" home at * o'clock. +ather !look" for the key, !open" the front door, and we all ..!walk" inside. That's it a#out the way I spent last weekend. How a#out you, $hat did you do last Saturday, $rite #ack and tell me how you're doing. %o&e, -ulie.