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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3407: Past simple / Preterite continuous
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    Past simple / Preterite continuous


    Past simple / Preterite continuous



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    1. Yesterday I to go shopping.

    2. I people for dinner that evening. It was great.

    3. I my car to drive to the supermaket.

    4. A policeman stopped me and told me that my indicators .

    5. He a £5 fine.

    6. I was furious but I say anything.

    7. When I finally entered the supermarket, hundreds of people .

    8. I bought a plastic and walking down the aisles.

    9. I caught sight of Mrs Robinson who fish fingers for her children.

    10. She spotted me, she absolutely to tell me her news.

    11. She her house, she needed help.

    12. I told her that I bright green with orange dots would do and walked away.

    13. I didn't turn round, I knew what a face she .

    14. By the time I reached the cashdesks, they the supermarket.

    15. That's when I realized that my bottle of olive oil .









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