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    Interrogative and negative

    Ok. You've memorized the lists of Irregular Verbs.

    Hopefully, you can even remember which verbs are not irregular (hint, long verbs 2 syllables or more, are almost always regular; verbs that sound like Latin are almost always regular).  

    Now the real challenge begins.

    You need to be able to use them quickly in speaking and writing, in their positive, negative and interrogative forms! 

    eat => ate  ...  didn't eat  ...  did you eat?

    fight=>fought ... didn't fight ... did she fight?

    Use contracted forms when possible.

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    1. I knew Phil from last year but I (not /know) Susan.

    2. Jaime and his friend (not /sleep) at all the night before the concert.

    3. We, however, (sleep) quite well!

    4. (you/sleep) the night before your first live concert?

    5. The twins (blow) out their candles but didn't eat the cake.

    6. I (not /blow) out my candles because my sister did it for me!

    7. (the instructor/swim) today or did she just watch?

    8. She (swim) two lengths of the pool to show us how to breathe.

    9. I (write) him a note but I decided not to send it.

    10. Why (write/you) it if you didn't intend to send it?

    11. I (not/write) it for him. I wrote it for me.

    12. No, I (not/steal) your stapler. I borrowed it and forgot to give it back. Sorry.

    13. I (steal) my sister's pencil. I have to admit that I did.

    14. (steal/the thief) anything else besides the bicycle?

    15. How (you/fall) off the wall? Why were you up there, anyway?

    16. I climbed up the wall to see if our football was behind it and I (fall).

    17. You're lucky you (not/fall) very far.

    18. We (drive) home from the match in about 45 minutes.

    19. Why (you/drive) to the match? Wasn't there a bus?

    20. You (not/drive) to last month's match, did you?

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