Solutions for: App 322 / Past Simple Revision (Questions & Negations) (2)

Practise negations and asking questions in the Past Simple!
To form a negation in the Past Simple use an auxiliary verb in its simple past form and write it in front of the verb. You can use the shortened form or the longer version. For example: Tom didn't/did not go on holiday
OR I wasn't/was not at the football match yesterday.

To form a question put the simple past form of the auxiliary verb at the beginning of the sentence. For example. Did Tom go on holiday? Were you at home last night?

Careful: Use "were/weren't" for you, we, they!
______ you have a nice evening yesterday?

Solution:
Did
We __________ have time to cook dinner last night.

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didn't
______ she tell you about the new book club last week?

Solution:
Did
Last summer we __________ visit our family in Italy.

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didn't
______ they take a taxi to the airport earlier?

Solution:
Did
I __________ at the concert last night, were you?

Solution:
wasn't
We __________ kind to you the other day. We are sorry!

Solution:
weren't
I __________ like lunch today, it was just horrible!

Solution:
didn't
I __________ cold last night because of my new winter coat.

Solution:
wasn't
______ Tim and Kian happy about the exam results?

Solution:
Were
______ you excited about the letter from your pen friend?

Solution:
Were
My Mum __________ at home so we watched our favourite series all afternoon.
Use a negation!
Solution:
wasn't
______ you in Mr Rosen's class this morning?

Solution:
Were
______ you take take your dog to the vet yesterday?

Solution:
Did