- Past simple
- Time expressions
- Linking words (because, when, until)
- Negatives and ago
- What is the date?
Prince Charles _____ Canadian. He _____ English.
is not / is
is not / was
was not / is
was not / were
I _____ to be _____ artist when I _____ a child.
wanted / an / was
want / a / was
wants / an / was
to want / an / is
He _____ blind _____ the car accident _____ the beach.
came / in / on
went / in / on
went / on / in
came / in / in
My friend _____ a present _____ me _____ the Ramadan Holiday last year.
give / to / in
give / at / to
gives / to / at
gave / to / on
It _____ a lot _____ our holiday.
didn’t rain / during
didn’t / during
didn’t rained / on
not rain / in
What a man he is! He _____ his passport and_____ keys _____ his car yesterday.
forgot / lose / of
forget / lost / of
forgot / lost / of
forgot / lost / from
A: Did you watch a football match _____ TV?
B: No, I didn’t. But it was broadcast _____ radio.
on / in
on / on
in / in
in / to
Can I talk _____ Mr. Adams _____ your mobile phone?
with / on
to / on
It _____ a really bad joke; no one laughed _____ his joke.
was / with
was / at
were / at
is / at
I learned _____ the Internet that a pop concert is _____ the third _____ November.
in / on / of
on / in / of
in / in / of
on / on / of
Who’s the blonde girl _____ the first row?
You’ll find the poem _____ page 16.
They lived in this city _____ 1980.
The Greens lived in London _____ six years.
A: _____ is Amanda’s birthday?
B: It is _____ the 25th _____ December.
What / on / in
When / on / of
When / in / on
What / on / of
A: What is _____ today?
B: Today is _____ 1st of _____ .
the day / the / May
the / the / Monday
the month / the / July
the date / the / October
A: When _____ Turkmenistan become Independent?
B: It _____ Independent on _____ .
did / became / the 27th of October, 1991
became / did / 27 the 1991, October
did / became / the 27th of 1991, October
did / did / 1991, the 27th, October
A: _____ century is it now?
B: It is _____ .
A: What _____ the last century?
B: It was _____ .
What / the 21st century / was / the 20 century
What / the 21st century / was / the 20th century
What / the 21 century / is / the 20 century
When / the 21st century / was / the 20th century
A: _____ is the _____ month?
B: It is May.
A: Which is _____ 2 _____ month?
B: It is February.
A: Which is _____ 12th month?
B: It is December.
What / 5th / * / st / the
Which / 5 / the / th / the
Which / 5th / the / nd / the
Which / 5th / the / rd / the
We _____ see Tom last night.
I _____ to the U.S.A. ten years ago.
What’s _____ television this evening?
Today’s the third _____ April.
I left the party early _____ I didn’t feel well.
They didn’t go to bed _____ midnight.
We met Ken’s brother last Saturday _____ they came for dinner.
I am _____ the mobile phone.
Some people try to find friends _____ the Internet.
We didn’t laugh _____ his joke.
There was a knock _____ the door.
We met fifty years _____ .
I didn’t feel well _____ I left the party early.
Peter couldn’t speak _____ he was 6.
I didn’t enjoy math lessons _____ I was at school.
Sally didn’t buy the red shoes _____ she couldn’t afford them.
We met Ken’s wife _____ her parents last Saturday.
She _____ see me.
Our teacher _____ come to school.
Paul _____ read until he was eight.
I often _____ have a lot of time, so I _____ do the shopping myself.
don’t / don’t
doesn’t / does
didn’t / did
didn’t / didn’t
I _____ him three months ago.
We _____ in 1965.
Princess Diana _____ in 1997.
Alice _____ back from America last month.
Their son _____ born at 2 o’clock this morning.
I _____ have a shower yesterday evening.
I _____ the answer now.
I _____ bread this morning.
He was born _____ 1955.
one hundred and thirty
one hundred and fifteen
one hundred and fifty
one hundred and thirteen
eight hundred and forty-two
eight hundred and sixty-two
eight hundred and sixty
eight hundred and sixteen
nine hundred and nineteen–nine
nine hundred and ninety-six
one thousand and ninety-nine
nine hundred and ninety-nine
six hundred and thirteen
six hundred and thirty
six hundred and three
six hundred and nine
three hundred and eighty-seven
three hundred and eighteen
three hundred and eighty
three hundred and eighty-eight
I liked the movie _____ I didn’t like the book.
I went to university, _____ Sandy didn’t.
She married _____ she was just eighteen.
We were together nearly every day _____ we left school twelve years later.
I didn’t see Sandy very often _____ we talked on the telephone.
We stopped for three-quarters of an hour _____ New York Airport.
Where is your mother? Is she _____ the hairdresser’s again?
I’ll finish the work _____ two weeks.
I’ll be home _____ 7 o’clock.
He lived with Nomads _____ the Sahara desert for two years.
I won’t stay _____ bed; I’ll just lie down _____ the bed for an hour.
at / in
at / on
in / on
I last saw her _____ the car park.
He grows corn _____ his farm.
They lived in Spain _____ the Second World War.
She opened her mouth so the doctor could look _____ her throat.
I cut myself _____ a knife.
You’d better go _____ the next plane to London.
She said hello _____ everyone except me.
She is worried ______ her exams.
Tell us _____ your holiday.
Mr. Collins always talks ______ himself.
Is it possible for me to keep it _____ Tuesday?
Who’s the man _____ the funny hat?
Will you come _____ bus or _____ a late train ?
by / by
by / on
in / by
I saw an accident _____ my way home.
The doctor gave me a prescription _____ my cough.
I usually stay at home _____ night.
I called you _____ seven o’clock yesterday.
Can’t you come _____ your bicycle?
She arrived _____ Friday.
We’ll go _____ Rio _____ June.
* / in
to / in
I was born _____ September 9th.
John and Mary are talking _____ the telephone.
Classes began _____ last week.
They took my temperature _____ the operation.
Do you want sugar _____ your tea ?
I’m afraid _____ falling trees.
She didn’t get a passing grade _____ her test.
I sometimes listen _____ the radio or watch _____ TV.
of / on
* / to
to / *
I always lie down _____ a swim.
Did you stay _____ a tent on your last holiday?
She put a bandage _____ the boy’s cut finger.
He has a pain _____ his leg.
The Prime Minister arrived ____ Tokyo last night.
I couldn’t get _____ school in time.
Ann stirred her coffee _____ a spoon.
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