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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #77661: Simple past tense
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    1. He several houses for himself.

    2. This dictionary me a large sum of money.

    3. He the car so fast that I was quite frightened that an accident would take place.

    4. The father his child from eating too many sweets.

    5. When I him for all the troubles he had given me, he cried tears of gratitude.

    6. The teacher with the student rather harshly.

    7. I that I was no less powerful than Superman himself!

    8. The child was clothed in some very fine clothes indeed that him look rather angelic.

    9. He to challenge the brightest student of his class that he would soon be the best!

    10. He away like a coward when I faced him boldly!

    11. He was disappointed that his new shirt with hardly a wash or two.

    12. He,unfortunately, his time in mindless activities during the vacation.

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