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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #87374: Present Simple vs. Past Simple
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    Present Simple vs. Past Simple

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    1. She (go) to Australia in 1994 and she liked it very much.

    2. My father usually (like) his steak well-done.

    3. The dog (eat) its toy last night.

    4. The policeman (talk) to the burglar yesterday.

    5. (you /have) a test last week?

    6. I often see her mother but she never (speak) to me.

    7. The gentleman (speak) to his servant 2 hours ago.

    8. The kangaroo always (carry) its baby.

    9. My friend (talk) a lot every day.

    10. The man (drive) to the supermarket last weekend.

    11. My brothers (leave) for England last week.

    12. My sisters (leave) for England every year in June.

    13. I don't like that man because he often (laugh) at me.

    14. Her sister never (smoke).

    15. The cat usually (leave) its basket when it is hungry.

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