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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18940: Put into the past tense
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    Put into the past tense


    Complete with the past tense.



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    Yesterday everything went wrong. First I (leave) for school late and I (forget) my money at home so I (can) not pay for the bus fare. Everyone (stare) at me. I was very (embarrass) . I (arrive) at school half an hour later. I (apologize) for being late but the teacher (interrupt) me and (ask) me for my exercise copybook. I (try) to tell her that the bag (belong) to my sister Helen but she (blame) me for my bad behaviour. She (write) a letter to my parents and (complain) of my laziness.







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