Past Simple Exercise 1

The past simple is the most used tense in English to talk about actions, habits and events in the past. For a detailed overview of what this tense is, when you use it and how to form it, click here.

This is an exercise on how to form the past simple in affirmative (positive) sentences.

You can find the exercise below:

Past Simple Exercise 1

Complete these sentences by filling in the correct form of the past simple.
1.
Last month, my cousin (to win) a prize.
2.
I (to fall) on my face when I was a kid.
3.
He (to score) a magnificent touchdown in the final seconds of the game.
4.
You (to marry) your best friend.
5.
Tenses (to be) a lot easier when I was in school.
6.
Michael Jackson (to receive) multiple awards in the nineties.
7.
She (to give) me a new computer.
8.
The neighbours (to have) a huge fight yesterday.
9.
I (to drink) too much last week.
10.
Eliud Kipchoge (to break) the world record in the marathon in 2018.

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