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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #108424: Simple past or past perfect
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    Simple past or past perfect

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    1. After my mother (to do) a lot of housework yesterday, she went to visit her sister Anna.

    2. The teacher (to prepare) the lesson before he explained it to his students.

    3. By the time John (to arrive) to the movie theater, the movie had already begun.

    4. Lina understood the text in German because she (to read) it twice.

    5. Dan (to have) a part time job for two years before he finished his studies.

    6. I was tired when my friends came to pick me up. I (to work) all day.

    7. My grandfather wishes he (to go) to school . He cannot read and write.

    8. Before she went to New York, Mary (to work) as a teacher in her country.

    9. He (to go) to bed after he had finished his homework.

    10. She got a good mark because she (to revise) well before.

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