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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30994: Simple past tense
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    Simple past tense

    Simple past - To live (regular verb) 

     I live I did not live   Did I live?
     You lived You didn't live  Did you live?
     He/she/it live He/she/it didn't live  Did he/she/it live?
     We lived   We didn't live Did we live?
     You lived  You didn't live Did you live?
     They lived       They didn't live  Did they live?
           -did not = didn't ( short form)
                    -ed disappears at the negative form 


    Put the verbs in the brackets in the simple past tense

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    1. At noon, she (wash) her car.

    2. (you / see) Mary last night ?

    3. Last Monday Peter (not look) for Chelsea in the shopping center.

    4. He (watch) the match all the night.

    5. I (live) in Paris.

    6. (she/live) in England ?

    7. Joan (look) for Pretty at the funfair.

    8. Yesterday, Maggy (go) to school.

    9. Saturday night Mike (take) the tube.

    10. At ten, Shella (write) a letter.

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