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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75412: Past or present tense?
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    Past or present tense?

    This is a test about verbs. Here you can practise the conjugation of different tenses.

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    1. Last night after supper I (to eat) chocolate for dessert because the ice cream had melted.

    2. Yesterday we (to walk) to work from the bus stop because we didn't want to pay for a taxi.

    3. My brother (to break) his gameboy last week because he wasn't very careful with it.

    4. My aunt (to smoke) a lot which is bad for her health.

    5. Ginny's mother (to paint) her bedroom pink because she thought Ginny still liked that colour.

    6. Isabelle (to make) cookies every weekend for her daughters.

    7. Jackie Chan (to do) most, if not all, of his own stunts.

    8. Amy (to wonder) if her life could get any stranger. Then she met her step dad.

    9. Jonny (to like) to go Trick or Treating on Hallowe'en when he was still a kid.

    10. That tree (to grow) very tall last spring, so James had to cut it down.

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