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past simple & ProgressiveEnglish on the W eb1 von2pasts+ MartinPastSimplevs progressive : ProgressiveFill inonly the past simple ( simple + simple ) orthe past progressive ( progressive + progressive )!Examples:I(to take)took a shower, then I(to get dressed)got dressed and(toleave) (to eat)was eating cornflakes while dad(to read)was reading the )First we(to have) _____ some sandwiches, then we(to buy)_____ some )When Shirley(to lie)_____in bed with the flue, her friends(to play) )While little Ann(to play) _____ , Tom and Mary(to prepare) )I(to switch off) _____ the TV and the lights and(to go) _____ to )When Sarah(to come) _____ home she(to do) _____ her homework,4(to have) _____ supper and then(to go) _____ to cinema with a friend of )We(to have) _____ breakfast, while Tom(to take) _____ a )When he(to hear) _____ she was ill he(to call) _____ her at )He(to take) _____ his driving licence last month and(to buy) _____ a caronly two days )While Mr & Ms Brown(to talk) _____ to Troy s teacher, their son(to wait) _____ )While the police(still / to search)_____the flat the murderer(to seek)

Fill in only the Past Simple (Simple + Simple) or the Past Progressive (Progressive + Progressive)! Examples: I (to take) took a shower, then I (to get dressed) got dressed and (to leave) left . I (to eat) was eating cornflakes while dad (to read) was reading the newspaper.


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