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PAST SIMPLE

I.

Fill in the blanks with the right form of the verbs given in brackets.
1. I …………........ English fluently last week. (to speak)
2. We ……………... our parents yesterday. (to help)
3. The boys ……………... rugby last Saturday. (to play)
4. You …………….. a long letter last week. (to write)
5. I …………….... ten cakes the day before yesterday. (to eat)
6. The children ………………... at the cinema last Friday. (to laugh)
7. We ……………….. at eight o'clock last Sunday. (to get up)
8. She …………….. in the sea last summer. (to swim)
9. He ……………... the name of his neighbour at last. (to remember)
10. You ………………... a lot of cheese then. (to buy)
11. They …………….... all the questions last time. (to answer)
12. I …………….. my old friend two weeks ago. (to meet)
13. You ……………. your new dress yesterday afternoon. (to wear)
14. Mary and Richard ………………... this museum last month. (to visit)
15. We ……………….. our dog in the forest last Sunday. (to lose)
16. The boy on duty …………………. the blackboard yesterday. (to clean)
17. The kid ……………….. another toy. (to choose)
18. I ………………….. a long poem last Wednesday. (to recite)
19. The teacher ………………. us a new song yesterday. (to teach)
20. Father ………………... a big fish last week. (to catch)

II.

Turn the sentences above into the negative and interrogative.

III. Make questions for the underlined words in exercise I.
Model: They played football yesterday.
What did they play?
IV. Say what you did yesterday and at what times. Use the following verbs:
1. to get up; 2. to wash; 3. to get dressed; 4. to have breakfast; 5. to say good-bye to
your parents; 6. to go to school; 7. to do exercises; 8. to play in the schoolyard; 9. to
read a new lesson; 10. to draw a map; 11. to write a composition; 12. to come back
home; 13. to have lunch; 14. to have a rest; 15. to do your homework; 16. to help your
parents; 17. to go for a walk; 18. to watch TV; 19. to have dinner; 20. to read a story;
21. to go to bed; 22. to say good-night.