Ex1: Read the sentences and choose the correct answer.
1. I (clean/cleaned) the car yesterday.
2. Harry (did not worked/did not work) last Sunday.
3. Ann ( broke/breaked) a cup yesterday.
4. I (didn’t feel/didn’t felt) well last night.
5. Peter (camed/came) to see us at the weekend.
6. Did John (arrive/arrived) on time.
Ex2: Fill in the affirmative form of the verb.
1. I ... (to clean) my teeth two times yesterday.
2. The concert ... (to finish) at 11 o'clock.
3. Annie's grandfather ... (to die) when he was 90.
4. We ... (to enjoy) our holiday last summer.
5. He ... (to try) to put out the fire.

6. The accident ... (to happen) last Monday morning.
7. When I was young, I ... (to want) to be a doctor.
8. They ... (to travel) to Rome last year.
Ex3:Fill in the affirmative form of the (irregular) verb:
to buy - to catch - to drink - to fall - to sell - to teach - to throw - to write
1. Mozart ... more than 600 pieces of music.
2. My father ... me how to drive.
3. We can't afford to keep a car, so we ... it.
4. I was thirsty, so I ... the water quickly.
5. Don ... down the stairs this morning.
6. Jane ... the ball at Jim.
7. Jim ... the ball.
8. Tina ... a new dress yesterday.
Ex4: Fill in the negative form of the verb. Use the verbs in the sentences.
Only use contracted forms.
1. I ... hockey. I played football.
2. We ... Arabic together. We spoke Spanish.
3. My uncle ... the meat. He cooked the fish.
4. I ... my mother on a holiday. My father took her!
5. We ... the police everything. We told our parents.
6. She ... a letter to her brother, but she wrote one to her sister.
7. I ... the music, but I liked the party.
8. I ... his address, but I knew his phone number.
Ex5: Make simple past questions.
Use the verbs in the sentences.
1. John enjoyed the food, but ... the music?
2. You paid Andy, but ... the others?
3. He played football, but ... it well?
4. You gave him some help, but ... him any money?
5. He liked the book, but ... the film?
6. She bought milk, but ... butter as well?
7. You told your mother, but ... your father?
8. They sang a song, but ... it well?

Ex6: Read the whole sentence before you complete it.
Put is affirmative or negative (contracted forms).
1. It was so warm I ... (to take) off my coat.
2. The film wasn't very good. I ... (to enjoy) it much.
3. I knew Mira was very busy, so I ... (to disturb) her.
4. I was tired, so I ... (to go) to bed early.
5. Sue wasn't hungry, so she ... (to eat) anything.
6. It was a funny situation, but nobody ... (to laugh).
7. The window was open and a bird ... (to fly) in.
8. The hotel was cheap. It ... (to cost) much.

Ex1 : 1.cleaned/2.did not work/3.broke/4.didn’t feel/5.came/6.arrive.
Ex2 : 1.cleaned/2.finished/3.died/4.enjoyed/5.tried/6.happened/7.wanted/8.travelled.
Ex3 : 1.wrote/2.taught/3.solt/4.drank/5.fell/6.threw/7.caught/8.bought.
Ex4 : 1.didn’t play/2.didn’t speak/3.didn’t cook/4.didn’t take/5.didn’t tell/6.didn’t write/7.didn’t like/8.didn’t know.
Ex5 : 1.did he enjoy/2.did you pay/3.did he play/4.did you give/5.did he like/6.did she buy/7.did you tell/8.did they sing.
Ex6 : 1.took/2.didn’t enjoy/3.didn’t disturb/4.went/5.didn’t eat/5.didn’t eat/6.laughed/7.flew/8.didn’t cost.