Past Simple Mixed 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 in which you need to fill in the correct form of the verb in the past simple.

You can find the exercise below:

Past Simple Mixed Exercise 1

Complete these sentences by filling in the correct form of the verbs in the past simple.
What (you, to do) on your seventh birthday? I know I (to get) a new toy.
They (to ruin) our chances to win the big pot because they (not, to participate).
My friend always (to drive) his car aggressively.
This (to result) in him crashing his car.
Can you remember when you (to book) this flight?
He (to drink) a whole bottle of wine yesterday and (not, to feel) sick.
I don't get why my sister (to buy) a new iPhone. Her old one (not, to be) broken.
You (not, to help) me when I moved to a new city. Why should I help you now?
I (to know) I (to have) to do it differently.
Nelson Mandela always (to like) helping people.

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