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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #87380: Dream? Nightmare! / simple past
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    Dream? Nightmare! / simple past


    'I will be a housewife, a doctor, a cosmonaut when I grow up', children say. Like them, I had a dream when I was a little girl. If you want to know about it, conjugate the following verbs in the simple past tense.


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    The two massive stone Colossi of Memnon (to stand) before us. They (to watch) over the Valley of the Kings. I followed the fellow, my guide, who (to drive) me to a mountain. He (to show) me an opening in a white cliff. We (to enter) a cavity in the mountain accompanied only by torchlight. We (to go) down into an inclined rock-cut corridor. The further we (to progress), the more oppressive the air (to become)! After several long minutes of walking, we (to arrive) at a great hall. Six different corridors (to open) before us! Which path should I take? I (to decide) to take the one in front of us. My guide (to seem) worried! Suddenly, I (to fall) in a dark hole, dropping the torch. I (to wake) up with a start, covered in sweat, my heart racing. It (to be) a nightmare. Archaeologist? Never!







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