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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #83466: Present and past simple
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    Present and past simple


    Conjugate the verbs in simple present tense or past tense as required.



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    1. Good morning Kate, how (to be) you today?

    2. Good morning Jane, I feel terrible, I (not/sleep) all night.

    3. Oh, that's too bad! (to be) you preparing for your English exam?

    4. No, I wasn't. I (do) that last Monday while I was at home with a backache.

    5. Well, it's a good idea to buy a heating pad and (to put) it on your back.

    6. Thanks Jane. You (to be) very kind. I will certainly try it.

    7. Well, how about you Jane, how do you (to feel) today?

    8. I'm fine, thanks. Yesterday, I (to celebrate) my mother's birthday.

    9. Oh, that's super! What (you /buy) her?

    10. I (to buy) a delicious chocolate cake, candles and a very expensive women's perfume.









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