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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #19
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: | Past [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Simple Past - Imperfect indicative. - Passé composé - Past tense - Present perfect - French past tense - Passé simple ou imparfait - The Compound Past
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    Preterite


    Past Simple (Preterite)

     

    Main use: past action (dated and definite)

    -- REGULAR VERBS --
    Did they play football yesterday?
    >> Yes, they played football yesterday.
    = Yes, they did.

    >> No, they didn't play football.
    = No, they didn't.

    -- IRREGULAR VERBS --
    Did they win yesterday?
    >> Yes, they won.
    = Yes, they did.

    No, they didn't win yesterday.
    = No, they didn't.


    Conjugate the verbs between brackets. Use the preterite.





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    1. (you/go) to London yesterday?

    2. Yes, I (short answer):

    3. I (take) the Eurostar

    4. and I (arrive) at Waterloo Station.

    5. I (meet) old friends there.

    6. They (be) all very happy to see me.

    7. I (visit) the town with them.

    8. I even (see) Prince Charles!

    9. I (go) to Buckingham Palace too!

    10. It (be) a wonderful journey!









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