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MODULE 1

EXERCICES OF THE DAY

  • Answer the questions carefully after completing your lesson of the day.

!Little tricks: Do not send your answers until you are completely sure of it.

! You will not be able to connect yourself after that.!

! Take your time and do not hesitate to google new words. !

! Go back to lesson of the day section from time to time. !

 

1- Complete the sentences with was, were, wasn’t or weren’t. 

1) What you doing at ten o’clock last night?
2) Why he running away so fast?
3) He doing his homework. He watching TV instead!
4) They disturbing the neighbours with their loud music.
5) I’m sorry. I working late at the office and I forgot to call.
6) Sorry, we listening. What did you say?
7) She living there for very long, only a few weeks, I think.
8) They having problems with their car, so they took a taxi.

 

2- Choose the correct form of the verb.

A: What  did you do were you doing at 2 a.m. this morning?  Did you have Were you having a party?
B: No, not a party. We  invited were inviting some friends round for dinner. Why?
A: The music was really loud! I  tried was trying to get to sleep.
B: Sorry! I  didn’t know wasn’t knowing it was so loud.

C: Oh! Hello! I didn’t know you  waited were waiting for me. I  spoke was speaking to Mark on the phone.
D: It’s OK. I  finished was finishing work about half an hour ago. Would you like to go for a quick coffee?
Have you got time?
C: Yes, I have. I  just looked was just looking at a report, but I can finish it later.


3- Complete the text with the past continuous or past simple of the verbs in brackets.

 

module 9

A man (walk) down the street. It (be) a beautiful day – the sun (shine) and the birds (sing). The man (walk) past a park bench when he (see) a piece of paper on the floor. He (pick) it up. It (be) a lottery ticket. He (cross) the street to a shop where a woman (write) the winning lottery numbers on a board. He (read) the numbers on the board and (look) at the numbers on his ticket. He couldn’t believe his eyes! As he (walk) out of the shop, he (dream) about how he would spend his three-million-pound prize!

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