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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #6016: Regular verbs in the past tense
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    Regular verbs in the past tense


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    1. Yesterday my father the Xmas tree.
    2. We Dover Castle in 2004.
    3. Daisy the violin at the concert last Saturday.
    4. This morning Lily's horse very high.
    5. Mr Cuckoo all the children : they went to the restaurant !
    6. Yesterday I went to the dentist's : I a lot !
    7. They their homework very late in the evening.
    8. He as a policeman a long time ago.
    9. We in Germany from 2000 to 2002.
    10. All the pupils judo last year.
    11. We to a very beautiful song this morning.
    12. I to go to the cinema with my friends last Sunday.
    13. You him very stupid questions this morning !
    14. The train thirty minutes ago.
    15. They : ' Help ! Help ! '








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