Jednoduchý minulý, predminulý (jednoduchý alebo priebehový) a pomocné slovesá


Použite slová zo zátvoriek v jednoduchom minulom čase alebo v predminulom čase (v jednoduchom alebo priebehovom). Ak nie je k dispozícii slovo v zátvorke, použite vhodné pomocné sloveso.

Put the verbs in brackets in the Past Simple or the Past Perfect (simple or continuous). If there is not a verb in bracket, use a suitable auxiliary.
1. Judy (ask) me if I (meet) Paul before. I (say) I , which (be) a lie.

2. After he (have) five sandwiches, he (eat) two slices of cake and (drink) a cup of tea.

3. “Did you tell (you, tell) them that you had already seen (already, see) that film?”
“No, I .”

4. When I (get) to the airport, I (find) out I (not have) my passports on me. I (leave) it on the piano. And I (also, forget) to take my plane ticket...

5. In the evening, I (sit) down and (think) about what I (do) all day.

6. Nobody (know) when she (buy) all that gold, but they all (agree) it (look) great.

7. Tanya (listen) to that awful music for an hour when I finally (persuade) her to play something different.

8. Alice (never, dance) the mambo before, so everybody (start) laughing, which (make) her nervous. When she (trip) three times, she (just, give) up and (leave) the dance floor.

9. “ (she, explain) why (she, not, invite) Tom to her party?”
“She said (say) she (not, like) him anymore and that they (not, speak) for two months.”

10. I (not, watch) the match that night because my TV set (break) down a few days before and I (not, have) time to have it repaired.

11. She (want) to know if it (be) true that we (know) each other for eleven years.

12. I (not, know) they (be) friends for a long time. I (have) the feeling they (never, meet) before.

13. “Why (you, not, come) to meet me at the station?”
“Because nobody (tell) me you (be) on the train. I (go) to the bus station and (wait) there.”

14. It (rain) heavily for fifteen minutes when the referee finally (interrupt) the match. All the players (get) soaking wet by then, and most of the spectators (leave) too.

15. By the time I (have) a change to say something, I (forget) what I (want). I (feel) rather embarrassed.

16. She (insist) it (be) my fault that we (not, buy) any milk. I (not, mean) to argue with her and I (apologise). She (just, give) me one of her victorious smiles and (suggest) I should go back to the shop, which I did.

17. By time Helen (decide) to buy the VRC, the prices (rise), so she (have) to start saving money again.

18. She (criticise) the way I (mop) the floor again, and she (complain) that I still (not, polish) the furniture. Then I (point) out that she (not, do) any housework for six months.

19. I (not, notice) this mistake until I (check) the next five times. But I (not, correct) it because I (want) to show it to you.

20. “How long (you, wait) when she arrived (arrive)?”
“For two hours. She (not arrive) until six.”