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1 Past Simple Questions Find your sentence: Who? What? Janet Chris Mary Paul Liz John Susan Victor wrote a letter read a book ate an apple drank some milk drew a house made a model plane took some photos found a toy Where? When? in the garden at school in the park under a tree on a bridge near the lake on the beach by the river last week yesterday morning last Sunday this morning three days ago last night yesterday afternoon two weeks ago

2 Past simple Regular verbs exercises Exercise 1 Put the regular verbs in the correct category: cry like stop wait stay fail enjoy label agree marry explain hop care bury use jog clap prefer - d only - ed only - ied double consonant + - ed lived cleaned studied shopped Exercise 2 Complete the story with the correct forms the verbs in brackets. A young man aged the Simpson Bank in Motown yesterday night. (rob) He... his toy gun and... by his father's red BMW. (use travel) He... the money in his sister's school bag. (carry) The young man... to his grandma's garden to hide the money there. (hurry) When he... the garden, he could see a policeman. (enter) The policeman... to chase him. (start) The young man... the bag with the money. (drop) - Suddenly, he could hear his telephone. "Bob, are you still asleep?" "Oh, mum. I had a terrible dream!"

3 NAME: GRAMMAR WORKSHEET PAST SIMPLE Positives, Negatives and Questions Write the sentences below in the past simple. DATE: 1. He goes to bed early. 2. We don t like onions. 3. Stewart lives in Vancouver. 4. Does she exercise? 5. I hate cooking. 6. They play video games. 7. He knows the answer. 8. I forget his name. 9. They don t study history. 10. Do they drive? 11. Jenny works at a hotel. 12. Do you swim? 13. We don t like the movie. 14. Where do you live? 15. He doesn t drink tea. 16. They start class at 8: Does he eat breakfast? 18. I don t run fast. 19. He has a car. 20. Do you enjoy sports?

4 GRAMMAR WORKSHEET ALL Things Grammar Grammar Focus Past Simple Level Intermediate ANSWER KEY 1. He went to bed early. 2. We didn t like onions. 3. Stewart lived in Vancouver. 4. Did she exercise? 5. I hated cooking. 6. They played video games. 7. He knew the answer. 8. I forgot his name. 9. They didn t study history. 10. Did they drive? 11. Jenny worked at a hotel. 12. Did you swim? 13. We didn t like the movie. 14. Where did you live? 15. He didn t drink tea. 16. They started class at 8: Did he eat breakfast? 18. I didn t run fast. 19. He had a car. 20. Did you enjoy sports?

5 Past Simple: Irregular Verbs Many Past Simple verbs are irregular. Study the grammar reference chart below. Below are 64 commonly used Past Simple irregular verbs in English. For example: My friend buys a newspaper every day. My friend bought a newspaper yesterday. be was / were hit hit become became hold held begin began hurt hurt bite bit keep kept blow blew know knew break broke leave left bring brought lose lost build built make made buy bought meet met can could pay paid catch caught put put choose chose read read come came ride rode cost cost run ran cut cut say said do did see saw draw drew sell sold drink drank sing sang drive drove sit sat eat ate spend spent fall fell stand stood feed fed steal stole feel felt swim swam find found take took fly flew teach taught forget forgot tell told freeze froze think thought get got throw threw give gave understand understood go went wear wore have had win won hear heard write wrote

6 PRACTICE EXERCISE FOR THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE 1) Yesterday, I shopping and I. a lovely gift for my Mum because it was her birthday. 2) My teacher. me that my test results were excellent. 3) For breakfast, I a piece of toast and I. a cup of tea. 4) Last week, a supply teacher the class. She. us a lesson about photosynthesis. 5) Last Monday my friend and I. To the park to play. My friend the ball to me and I it. 6) In Art class, I like to use fine pencils. In last week s lesson, I.. a great picture and my teacher.. me a grade A. 7) My friend.. her watch and had to use her phone to tell the time. Luckily, someone. it and now she has got it back. 8) When I was a bit short of money, I. to the jewellery shop and I.. my gold ring. The jeweller. me 25 for it. 9) I.. to the cinema yesterday and I.. a great film. 10) The policeman arrested the criminal because he. my friend s car. 11) I the teacher tell me to be quiet, but I on talking! Then, she me a detention! 12) We. my friend out to dinner for his birthday and we. Happy Birthday to him. 13) Yesterday, I a birthday party. My friends. me some lovely presents and later, we. to a disco. 14) In music class we. guitar and.. some Beatles songs. 15) My dad.. me into town in his car and I.my friends. We.. a pizza and. a film. 16) I. a book and I.. it to a publisher s but they didn t publish it. 17) Last year, we. to Greece for our holidays, but the journey was stressful. This year, we are taking the train! 18) The tragedy of the Titanic makes me very sad. Many people drowned, but most of them.. to death because of the icy temperature of the Atlantic Ocean. 19) I.. my bag and. my books out, then I.. them on my desk,. Up my pen and to write. 20) This morning, I up really early and I. a cake because it was my husband s birthday. We a lovely party. 21) The nurse.. the patient s hand and.. There, there, you will be all right. 22) The teacher. Jack if he was tired and he that he was. She. him to go to bed earlier! Go --- went Tell --- told Sing --- sang Eat --- ate Buy --- bought Throw threw steal --- stole Take --- took Find --- found hear --- heard Keep --- kept Catch --- caught Draw drew Give --- gave Begin --- began Lose --- lost Drink --- drank Sell --- sold Get --- got Write --- wrote Ask --- asked See --- saw Open --- opened Play --- played Drive --- drove Have --- had Bake --- baked Freeze --- froze Fly --- flew Sent --- sent Put --- put Reply --- replied Pat --- patted Say --- said

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