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No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Book details Author: Julie Lachance Pages: The mall was empty. It was bitter. The lady was thin. The crutches were behind the door. The curtains were velvet.
You were angry at Susan. They were in kindergarten together. The tablecloth was dirty. It was enough. The recipe was easy. The nail clippers were in the drawer. The ashtrays were full. She was a flight attendant when she was young. Claude was seasick on the ship. Complete the following sentences using was or were to form questions in the past tense.
Sandra on the phone? Linda a teller at the bank? Use the information in parentheses at the end of each sentence to help you determine the correct tense and to know whether the sentence is affirmative or negative. She to be hungry for breakfast this morning. To be Jason right? My daughter to be afraid of the dark. To be the guests hungry? To be your son scared of spiders? You to be wrong again.
To be you scared of thunder? I to be very hot. I to be right all the time. He to be afraid of the lightning. We to be very thirsty after the race. I to be cold because of the snowballs in my pocket.
I to be cold this morning. I to be ashamed of the size of my shoes. My mother and father to be ashamed of my behavior.
I to be eighteen years old. Bill is happy because he to be right. Cathy to be thirty-three years old on her last birthday. Please open the windows. Mark afraid of needles. It hot last summer. He wrong. She right. Marcel right. It cold in Canada in the winter. We wrong. The girls thirsty. She ashamed of her son. They wrong. Sharon twenty-two years old today. They ashamed of her. I twenty-two years old.
The boys hungry. He ashamed of you. Ben thirsty? I hungry all the time. The baby thirsty. I scared of jellyfish. Peter hungry? It afraid of you.
She frequently wrong. Lucy usually right. I afraid of the frog. It cold downstairs. He scared of crows. We very hungry. Elizabeth is a teacher. They drink juice every morning. French 26 www. They are placed before the noun. The bug is in my shoe. It is a knife. It was a day yesterday. The house is for sale. He is a man. I want a jacket. The test was hard. I like chips. They want cake for dessert. I want the balloons. The frog is in the pond.
Look at the stars in the sky. My hand is sore. BBQ 8. English It was a winter. I need a watch. He was a policeman. Look at the snow. The spider is in the kitchen. It was a whale. Canada is a country. We like to watch movies. You draw pictures. They are twins. It was a meeting.
We like to make pies. I hate yogurt. We wear shoes to school. I love food. My knee is swollen. Mexican He is a lawyer. The kids like food. To Have: He have. The cat have. I have. The milk have. Maria have. Tony have. The house have. We have. Jessica have. You have. She have. My sister have. It have. I a new kettle.
My aunt a cold. My sister a boyfriend. I a rocking chair in my living room. Nathan a scary movie. The duck seven ducklings. Jay a fast motorcycle. Karina long braids. Derek and Joe black licorice. My cat two orange kittens. He a good education. Naomi a skipping rope.
She white skates. I a clock radio in my bedroom. We rats in the basement. He a bad report card this year. We the same area code. He a black helmet. I a mirror in my purse. Complete the following sentences using has or have to form the present tense of the verb to have. We a white fridge. Jason a blue parakeet.
I heartburn. They a new puppy. The moose big antlers. We sunflowers in the garden. The mailman a letter for you.
Billy blue shorts. You long nails. The monkey a banana. She a lot of luggage. It leather seats. Present Tense My brother a new girlfriend. It is important to note that have is always used in the negative form and never has.
The clown has a big red nose. She has a lot of customers. I have long straight hair and bangs. We have a satellite dish on the roof. She has fantastic news. We have many good books about antique jewelry. My brother-in-law has a screwdriver.
Rewrite the following sentences to create the negative form of the verb to have. My cat has fleas. I have a surprise for you. Jimmy has a fast snowmobile. You have curly hair. I have a new saddle for my horse. I have a nail file in my purse. He have a cold. We have a big back yard. The mouse have long whiskers. They have a shower in the bathroom. The cat have soft fur. I have a cell phone. Samuel have a new keyboard. The boys have firecrackers. They have a wealthy uncle.
My car have a big trunk. I have three pets. Glenn have a boring job. Jennifer have a doll. I have a fur coat. You have a vacuum. She have a question. She have a bookmark for the book. Derrick have a beard.
My boss have a filing cabinet. He have a ham sandwich. We have a mean landlady. My aunt have a diamond ring. Richard have a German shepherd. We have relatives in New York. Sharon have a toothbrush. Jason have a car. We have a ghost in the attic.
We have many dandelions in the yard. The teachers have a meeting today. You have a treadmill in the basement. I have a glass of red wine. I have rights.
They have everything they need. You have a pink eraser. As with the negative form. He has my phone number. We have the same scarf. David has a pager. It has a funny taste. You have a huge turkey for Thanksgiving. Juanita has a good recipe for meat loaf. They have a lease until next year. We have a tight deadline for the project. We have a day off next week. Marissa has green flip-flops. You have two important appointments today.
They have a big celebration on Christmas Eve. The dove has white wings. I have the right time? Shaun have new glasses? Complete the following questions with do or does to create the question form in the present tense with the verb to have. Mike have a black tie? I have a scar on my leg? I have mud on my shoes? I have a bruise on my arm? I have lipstick on my tooth? Samantha have a gold necklace? I have a ladybug on my shirt? Carlos have my e-mail address? We wash the car. I try very hard.
She washes the car. We go to school. We try very hard. You try very hard. He goes to school. They go to school. You go to school. It tries very hard. It goes to school. It washes the car. They wash the car. You wash the car.
Add -es to verbs when using he. I go to school. They try very hard. He washes the car. She goes to school. Add -s to the verb for he. She tries very hard. He tries very hard. Karen to blush when she to see that boy. He to cry like a baby. My cats to scratch the furniture. He never to flush the toilet. They to help many people in the village. He to smoke American cigarettes. I to love caramel apple cake.
It to amaze me. He to kiss all the girls in school. The knights to guard the king and castle in the kingdom. It to jump very high. He to crush grapes to make wine. The paramedics to carry the patient on a stretcher. She to drink tea with lemon. Jessica to push the baby in a carriage. The Simple Present Tense We to whisper in class. Linda to work downtown. She to go to the Laundromat every week. The boys to obey the rules in class. The snow to melt in the spring.
Connie to dream about waterfalls. My uncle to manage a restaurant.
I to do the housework for my mother. Lisa to buy a lot of perfume. My teacher to explain everything. He to spoil his child. My grandmother to eat raw onions. I to work in the local bank. My husband to do the laundry. You to owe me money. We to own a cottage in the country.
He to fear nothing. They to earn a lot of money. They to follow me everywhere. Leo to drive to work. Never add -s to he. The Simple Present Tense: The simple form of the verb is always used. Sara sells sewing machines. I believe your story about the giant monkeys. Rewrite the following sentences to express the negative form of the simple present tense. Nancy and Yvan collect coins.
We eat meat. It dislikes fish. I trust you. Ron swears and yells in class. My husband snores every night. She speaks several foreign languages. You drink coffee. I forgive you. Latonya want a ponytail in her hair.
It smell good. Glenn live here. She write to Bob. They like cockroaches.
You deserve that. Betty gossip in the office. He cough at night. They learn a lot in class. It work well. I owe you money. I travel alone. I iron my clothes. He listen to me. It belong to you. I need a towel. I cook every night. I dream a lot. It bother me. We feed the stray cats. He study very hard. You laugh a lot. Mark want pancakes for breakfast. She know you. Roger want cotton candy. It hurt. She sneeze all the time. My dog snore. They boil the vegetables. She skates in the morning.
The simple form of the verb is used when creating questions in the simple present tense. Place do or does before the subject and use the simple form of the verb. He sleeps in the afternoon. Bobby plays with toy soldiers. They drive to work together. The king wears a red velvet crown.
Jackie touches everything in my office. She screams when she watches horror movies. You put salt and pepper in the dough. You see the fox in the woods. She reads the English newspaper. The boys play chess at night. You pay the mortgage on time. She wants a new hobby. Complete the following sentences using do or does to create questions in the simple present tense.
Chris and Jim rent a house? Joan have black gloves?
Jerry smoke cigars? Leslie participate at school? Possessive adjectives are used to show ownership or possession of someone or something. Rewrite the following sentences by choosing the correct possessive adjective indicated in parentheses that refers back to the subject pronoun.
They keep his, their jewels in a jewelry box. I wash your, my stairs with a sponge. He passes all our, his exams. She dresses her, his dolls in pink. I open my, your mail after breakfast. He bites my, his nails. We rent my, our apartment. It licks its, their paws.
I burn your, my marshmallows. Jeff takes his, our pills in the morning. The boys forget my, their homework every day. He wipes his, her nose on my, his sleeve.
She dyes her, your hair. The sailors believe their, my new submarine is better. Delete y and add -ied to the simple form of the verb if the verb ends in y Add -ed to the simple Add only -d if the preceded by a form of the verb. Fol- low these rules to create the simple past tense with regular verbs. The teacher to challenge her students and to reward them for their hard work. The minimum wage to increase last year. The car to land upside down in the ditch. We to try a new recipe last night.
My company to sign the lease for our building for another three years. I to use my hair dryer to dry my hair. Thomas to answer the phone.
I to notice that your sweater was inside out. The eel to kill the toad. Suzanne to lie about her age. She to share her snack with her friends at school yesterday. I to prove that I was innocent in court. He to describe the accident in detail.
My brother to join the army. I to tidy the house for my mother. My cousin to marry a doctor. They to watch the kids in the pool. The singer to please the audience. The Simple Past Tense Someone to knock on the door.
I was alert and I to avoid the collision. My neighbors to move to Vancouver. Tina to borrow my in-line skates. My husband to paint the bathroom on the weekend. It to rain all day. We to accept the terms and conditions of the contract. The man to deny everything. We to push the baby in the carriage. She to use my makeup. Your dog to destroy my lawn.
We to expect to see you there. The police to arrest everybody. Mike to obtain his passport. We to order a plain pizza last night. We to serve appetizers to our guests. I to decide to learn English. These are irregular verbs. They have the same form for all persons in the past tense. I to do the dishes after supper. He to tear his pants when he to fall.
Ireland down gift finger favorite ankle mountain high school Rewrite the following sentences in the simple past tense using the irregular past tense form of the verb in parentheses.
You to break my favorite cup. Karen to find a purse at the beach. Your dog to bite my ankle. She to blow on her soup because it was hot. The house to shake a lot during the earthquake. I always to feel sick when I was pregnant. We to buy a nice gift for our grandparents in Ireland. I to teach math at the high school last year. They to take the plane and to spend their honeymoon overseas. I to cut my finger on the sharp saw.
The kids to slide down the mountain on their new toboggan. We to see a mouse in the pantry last night. The crossing guard to hold the stop sign in her left hand. We to hear your speech last night. Somebody to steal my calculator and pencils at school. They to leave the party at midnight because they were bored. I to pay a lot of money for the plastic pink flamingos on my front lawn. I to see the shoplifter in the store. David to swear in class today.
The police to shoot the man in the leg. The workers to dig a big underground tunnel. I to begin my homework after school. She to hang the whistle around her neck.
He to give money to his niece and nephew for their birthdays. The teachers to speak about the computer problems in detail. Cheyenne to draw a nice picture of a witch on a broom. We to sit on the swings and talked about many things. The hunter to forget his rifle in the woods. Brandon to bend the hanger to open the car door. The sheep and lamb to sleep on the hay in the barn. My mother to freeze the vegetables for the winter. I to have a bagel with bacon. You to wake your grandmother when you knocked on the window.
I to drive to the post office to buy some stamps and envelopes. Dimitri to lend the shovel to his neighbor. The red team to beat the blue team. I to catch a bullfrog and four tadpoles in the pond. Camilie to understand what the teacher taught in class today. We to withdraw enough money for the whole month. Salina to ride a horse for the first time yesterday. Laurent to come to help us with the inventory in the warehouse. Rewrite the following sentences in the simple past tense using the irregular past tense form of the verb in parentheses.
It to cost a lot.
The bride and groom to choose a beautiful wedding cake. Jasmin to shut the door on her toe. Even though he lied. We to grow cabbages.
I to bring my umbrella when we went for a walk in the park. The gardener to put the weeds in the garbage can. The sun to rise early this morning. He to win a gift certificate at the Christmas party.
I to mean that as a joke. Sharon is blind and deaf. He to send the package by airmail. It to hurt when the cat scratched my hand. I to think you liked peas. My father to keep the nails and screws in jars in the garage. We to drink milk with our cookies. She to sing on Monday. She to meet Sara at the liquor store. Alexandre to throw the papers in the fire. We to feed meat to the fox. I to get a big raise at work last month. The car to spin out of control on the ice. We to sell our parrot because he was too noisy.
The house was dark because of the power failure. I to know that he was guilty of the crime. My pants to fit me last year. My son to fight at school on Tuesday and Thursday last week.
Carmen to run and hid under the bed. I to read the newspaper in the evening on Saturday and Sunday. The phone to ring in the middle of the night. The princess to weep alone in her room. We to fly the kite in the field all day.
She says that she to tell the truth to the jury. He to deal with many issues at work yesterday. The teacher to write on the blackboard with pink chalk.
He to give me a housecoat and a puppy for my birthday. Liliane to sweep the sidewalk with her new broom. I to lead my horse to the stream for a drink of cold water.
The kindergarten class to make a snowman this morning. My father to become angry when I to quit school last year. I to stick the pieces of wood together with glue. I to stand on the corner in the rain and waited for you for twenty minutes. Emy and Meghan to swim with dolphins when they were on vacation in Florida. I to hit my head on the wall when I fell down the stairs. I thought you to say it was free. My grandmother to wear her dentures for her date with Mr.
The Simple Past Tense: I forgot to tell him. She wasted my valuable time. I shook the bottle of medicine. He apologized to his friend. Rewrite the following sentences to express the negative form of the simple past tense. It scratched my skin.