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NAME:_________________

PAST TENSE 1
1. He always goes to work by car. Yesterday he to
work by bus.

3. They did their English homework but they


their Maths homework.
4. The girls visited the Tower but they
Abbey.

Westminster

2. They always get up early. This morning they up


late.

5. He bought jeans but he a ny T-shirts.

3. Bill often loses his key. He one last Saturday.

6. We watched the news but we


report.

4. I write a letter to Jane every week. Last week I two


letters.

7. We read chapter 1 to 4 but we

5. She meets her friends every evening. She them


yesterday evening, too.
6. I usually read two newspapers every day. I only a
newspaper yesterday.
7. They come to my house every Friday. Last Friday
they , too.
8. We usually go to the cinema on Sunday. We to the
cinema last Sunday, too.
9. Tom always has a shower in the morning. Tom a
shower this morning, too.

the weather
the last chapter.

8. She talked to us but she to Mr Brown.


9. They played tennis but they football.
10. She made breakfast but she lunch.
11. They were in Boston but they in New York.
12. She liked Chris but she Robert.
13. He was happy but she happy.
14. Paula sang well but Christina well.
15. She got up early but he early.

10. They buy a new car every year. Last year they a
new car, too.
11. I eat an orange every day. Yesterday I two
oranges.
12. We usually do our shopping on Monday. We our
shopping last Monday, too.
13. Ann often takes photos. Last weekend she some
photos.
14. We leave at 8.30 every morning. But yesterday
we at 8.00.

NAME:__________________________

FOR OR SINCE 1
1. I haven't been to Italy July 2005.
2. She has lived in Paris January.
3. Jim has studied three hours. Now he is tired.
4. My friend has been ill a long time.
5. It has been raining more than four days.

PAST TENSE:NEGATIVE STATEMENTS/


NEGATION 1

6. I haven't seen him Eastern.

Fill in the negation.

7. He hasn't had a holiday last summer.

1. They invited Linda to their party but they


Carol.

8. He hasn't done any work a month.

2. We met Sally but we Frank.

9. We have had this car 1998.


10. We have been here two hours.

11. She hasn't written Christmas.


12. Carol hasn't eaten meat ages.
13. We have been working in his office three years.
14. It has been snowing yesterday morning.
15. I haven't spoken to her our quarrel.

PAST TENSE:
Put the sentences into past tense.
1. She wins the money. She the money.
2. They can eat. They eat.
3. She must go. She go.
4. We go shopping. We shopping.
5. She runs to school. She to school.
6. I can walk. I walk.
7. We buy a new car. We a new car.

FOR OR SINCE 2

8. They leave the party. They the party.

1. Nobody has seen him last Friday.

9. We collect coins. We coins.

2. It has been foggy some days.

10. You are allowed to eat. You allowed to eat.

3. He has been fishing six o'clock.

11. Peter eats a hamburger. Peter a hamburger.

4. They've been living in France eight years.

12. She has to wash it. She to wash it.

5. The pilots have been on strike two months.

13. They want to go home. They to go home.

6. We've had terrible weather Saturday.

14. I close the windows. I the windows.

7. I've known Tom 1990.

15. She studies for a test. She for a test.

8. We have been waiting for the bus half an hour.

16. They can drive. They drive.

9. She hasn't lost a match April.

17. Sam likes to laugh. Sam to laugh.

10. Things have changed she's become headmaster.

18. Mary goes home. Mary home.

11. The police have been looking for him a month.

19. We write a letter. We a letter.

12. Our dog has been ill two days.

20. She opens the window. She the window.

13. I've been looking for this book a long time.


14. I've been working I got up.
15. The kettle has been boiling ten minutes

PAST TFGGFENSE:NEGATIVE
STATEMENTS/ NEGATION

Fill in the negation.


1. They went to work by train. They to work by train.
2. We gave her an expensive necklace. We her an
expensive necklace.
3. They did their homework carefully. They their
homework carefully.
4. He drove very fast. He very fast.
5. Daniel opened a new restaurant. Daniel a new
restaurant.
6. We worked last Monday. We last Monday.
7. We saw Bill yesterday evening. We Bill yesterday
evening.
8. The boys liked their sports teacher. The boys their
sports teacher.
9. I ordered ham and eggs. I ham and eggs.
10. Nicole found her ring. Nicole her ring.
11. The twins were at the party. The twins at the
party.
12. They watched TV. They TV.
13. Nancy went to school. Nancy to school.
14. He was in town. He in town.
15. They lived in Glasgow. They in Glasgow.