Solutions for: App 373 / Past Simple (Revision) (2)

Revise the past simple with us!
We use the simple past to talk about events that happened at a specific time in the past - signal words are: yesterday, in 2018, last week/year, a week/month ago. Form the simple past with "ed" at the end of the verb but look out for irregular verbs like: buy - bought or see - saw. For example: "I laughed about the joke" OR "I brought my favourite toy to school".
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 __________ buy chocolate by any chance, did you?

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didn't
Actually, I ______ buy some!

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did
Oh, great! I __________ to bake a cake with chocolate topping all morning.

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wanted
I also __________ some cherries!

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bought
I ______ our neighbour a piece of cake earlier.

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gave
______ she like it?

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Did
Yes, she ______ it!

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loved
I __________ meet the new teacher last week. Did you?

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didn't
I ______ him last Tuesday.

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met
I ______ a birthday card for Lisa yesterday.

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wrote
I __________ her necklace last week. So I bought her a new one yesterday.

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broke
______ you call her yesterday?

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Did
We __________ at home yesterday afternoon, so we missed the courier.

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weren't
I ______ at home, but I didn't hear the door bell, sorry.

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was
I ______ my pencil case at school last week.

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left