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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127312: Regular verbs in simple past
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    Regular verbs in simple past


    Complete the sentences with the verbs in simple past tense.



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    1. Pirates (want) to eat and sleep.

    2. Billy Joe (travel) all around the world.

    3. Pirates (carry) pistols and daggers.

    4. The pirate lost his leg so he (replace) it with a wooden leg.

    5. I (watch) TV yesterday.

    6. Pirates (ban) women from their ship.

    7. Pirates (capture) innocent people.

    8. Pirates (dress) with long coats.

    9. Pirates (protect) their eyes with an eyepatch.

    10. Pirates (bury) their treasures.

    11. I (hope) to see him again.

    12. The little boy (hop) in the garden.

    13. Pirates (stay) on their ships.

    14. Billy Joe (marry) a young woman.

    15. The pirate (pet) his parrot.










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