miércoles, 22 de octubre de 2014

Past simple tense: Irregulars and Regulars



PAST SIMPLE CROSSWORD


ACROSS

3- What is the simple past of walk?
5- What is the simple past of Cook?
7- What is the simple past of Land?
9- What is the simple past of Play?

DOWN

1- What is the simple past of Cry?
2- What is the simple past of Talk?
3- What is the simple past of Wave?
4- What is the simple past of Look?
6- What is the simple past of Wait?
8- What is the simple past of Open?



D D W Y Z T L W O R E G X
E I F B E L D E Y A L P P
N D Q X E J T G R O I S Q
E C C O O K E D T O O C Q
P C A M E E D A I D F I I
O D L C R W A T C H E D W
X E W A S H E D H F W A E
J K O M A P Z C U X L W N
S L W O E O J D M K A E T
T A A L A T A F E I B T W
U T W C R H C D T A T E Y
Y D X O J N B E M H T I Y
J I L E F T D E M Q R K D

II. Find the simple past forms of the following verbs and writes them next to the verbs on the list and then classifies the verbs in the box below.

Eat __________ Play __________
Come ___________ See ___________
Cook ___________ Talk __________
Do ____________ Wait ___________
Fly _____________ Walk __________
Have ____________ Wash ___________
Leave ______________ Watch ___________
Meet ____________ Go __________
Open____________ Wear ___________

Regular Past “-ed” or ”-d” ending
Irregular Past.





III. Put these sentences in order and then put it in Negative and Interrogative Form (Past Simple)

  1. Three / kilometers/ ran / I/ yesterday.
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N: _____________________________________________
I: _____________________________________________

  1. Finished/ the work/ early/ you.
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N: _____________________________________________
I: _____________________________________________


  1. Bought/ you / a new/ Play station 3.
_______________________________________________
N: _____________________________________________
I: _____________________________________________

  1. We / very sad/ this morning/ felt.
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N: _____________________________________________
I: _____________________________________________

IV. Underline the correct form of the verb (present perfect).
1. The judges have chose/chosen the finalists.
2. Amiko chose/chosen her library books yesterday.
3. My favorite jeans have began/begun to wear out.
4. Have you bring/brought your application with you?
5. Someone broke/broken that valuable Chinese vase.
6. Our mayor has not broke/broken any promises.
7. Soccer fans began/begun to fill the stands an hour before the game.
8. The team captains chose/chosen their players carefully.
9. Have you chose/chosen a topic for your report yet?
10. My grandparents have bring/brought their van from Montana?