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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125295: Present Simple vs. Past Simple
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    Present Simple vs. Past Simple


    Use the verbs in Present Simple or Past Simple with the contracted forms when possible.



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    1. I (have) a laptop. It's useful.

    2. He (not/have) a tablet.

    3. I (be) afraid of spiders 2 years ago.

    4. We (not/get) a good mark for this test.

    5. My friend always (look after) his little sister when their mother works.

    6. (you/ cut) the vegetables yesterday morning?

    7. I (not/ wear) gloves when I was a little girl.

    8. The music (be) very loud! It's awful...

    9. We (talk it over) yesterday! Don't you remember?

    10. (you/ need) a brush?... No thanks, I have got one.









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