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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #20828: Present and past
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    Present and past

    Complete with the present simple or the past tense.

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    (To rain) = It often in the morning. It yesterday.
    (To walk) =I to school every morning. I to school yesterday morning.
    (To ask) =Sue often questions. She a question in class yesterday.
    (To watch) = I a movie on television last night. I usually tv in the evening because I want to improve my English.
    (To cook) = Mike his own dinner yesterday evening. He his own dinner every evening.
    (To stay) =I usually at home at night because I have to study. I at home last night.
    (To work) = I have a job at the library. I at the library every evening. I there yesterday evening.
    (To dream) = When I am asleep, I often . I about my family last night.
    (To wait) = Linda usually for the bus at a bus stop in front of her apartment building. She for the bus there yesterday morning.
    (To shave) = Rick doesn't have a beard anymore. He five days ago. Everyday, now, he at 7am .

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