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Irregular verbs
Affirmative Sentences
Negative Sentences
Interrogative Sentences
100

Is this a regular or irregular verb?

         clean

Regular (cleaned)

100

What is the past of the verb "drink"?

drank

100

Make an affirmative sentence in past simple

100

Turn this sentence into a negative one 

"They fed their fish this morning"

They didn´t feed their fish this morning.

100

Turn this sentence into an interrogative one. 

"You studied French"

Did you study French?

200

Is this a regular or irregular verb?

         think

Irregular (thought)

200

What is the past of the verb "eat"?

ate

200

Turn this sentence into a positive one

I didn't watch TV yesterday

I watched TV yesterday

200

Turn the following sentence into a negative one.

Danna saw a huge spider last night.

Danna didn´t see a huge spider last night.

200

Is this sentence correct?

Did you took your medicine last night?

No. The verb goes in present tense (take).

Did you take your medicine last night.

300

What´s the difference between regular and irregular verbs?

Regular verbs don´t change the form, just -ed is added to their present tenses. Example: wash-washed

Irregular verbs are different from their present tenses. Example: catch-caught

300

What is the past of the verb "give"?

gave

300

Use the verb "work" to make an affirmative sentence 

300

Make a negative sentence with the verb "drink"

I didn't drink alcohol in the party.

300

Turn to an interrogative sentence.

We read a book about science in the English class,

Did we read a book about science in the English class?

400

What´s the auxiliary used in the past tense?

did

400

What is the past of the verb "write"?

wrote

400

Turn this sentence into a negative one.

Jonas visited his grandma last month.

Jonas didn´t visit his grandma last month.

400

Use the verb "clean" to make a negative sentence

Ana didn't clean the house.

400

Make an interrogative sentence.

modal/auxiliary verb + subject + base form of the main verb.

Were the dogs barking?

500

Do negative and interrogative sentences go with verb 1 or verb 2?

Verb 1

500

You ___ (to be) sad this morning

were

500

I ___ (make) a pizza this afternoon

made

500

Is this sentence correct?

We didn't got up early yesterday.

NO. The verb goes in present tense (get up).

We didn't get up early yesterday.

500

Turn this sentence into an interrogative one

They ate Mexican food

Did they eat Mexican food?

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