Regular and Irregular verbs in the Past Simple

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Quiz on Regular and Irregular verbs in the Past Simple, created by Andrés Quevedo on 06/20/2019.
Andrés Quevedo
Quiz by Andrés Quevedo, updated more than 1 year ago
Andrés Quevedo
Created by Andrés Quevedo about 5 years ago
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Question 1

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The past simple of "RUN" is "RAN"
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  • True
  • False

Question 2

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The past simple of "SING" is "SANG"
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  • True
  • False

Question 3

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The past simple of "GO" is "GONE".
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  • True
  • False

Question 4

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The past simple of "LIVE" is "LIVD"
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  • True
  • False

Question 5

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The past simple of "WRITE" is "WRITTEN"
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  • True
  • False

Question 6

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What is the past simple of "BEGIN"?
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  • Began
  • Begun
  • Begon

Question 7

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What's the past simple of "CARRY"?
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  • carried
  • carryed
  • carryied

Question 8

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What's the past simple of "STOP"?
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  • stopped
  • stoped
  • stap

Question 9

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What's the past simple of "REMEMBER"?
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  • remembered
  • remamber
  • remebar

Question 10

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What's the past simple of "HAVE"?
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  • had
  • hadded
  • hadden

Question 11

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What's the past simple of "THINK"?
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  • thought
  • thinked
  • thank

Question 12

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"CAME" is the past simple of "COME"
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  • True
  • False

Question 13

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"BEGUN" is the past simple of "BEGIN"
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  • True
  • False

Question 14

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The past simple of "VISIT" is "VISITTED"
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  • True
  • False

Question 15

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The past simple of "EAT" is "EATED"
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  • True
  • False

Question 16

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The past simple of "break" is [blank_start]broken[blank_end]. (Don't use inverted commas in the answer)
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  • broken

Question 17

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The past simple of "bring" is [blank_start]brought[blank_end]. (Don't use inverted commas in the answer)
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  • brought

Question 18

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The past simple of "build" is [blank_start]built[blank_end]. (Don't use inverted commas in the answer)
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  • built

Question 19

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The past simple of "cut" is [blank_start]cut[blank_end]. (Don't use inverted commas in the answer)
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  • cut

Question 20

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The past simple of "fall" is [blank_start]fell[blank_end]. (Don't use inverted commas in the answer)
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  • fell

Question 21

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The past simple of "do" is [blank_start]did[blank_end]. (Don't use inverted commas in the answer)
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  • did

Question 22

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The past simple of "drink" is [blank_start]drank[blank_end]. (Don't use inverted commas in the answer)
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  • drank
  • drunk
  • drinked

Question 23

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The past simple of "feel" is [blank_start]felt[blank_end]. (Don't use inverted commas in the answer)
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  • felt
  • feeled
  • fell

Question 24

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The past simple of "find" is [blank_start]found[blank_end]. (Don't use inverted commas in the answer)
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  • found
  • finded
  • fanded

Question 25

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The past simple of "forget" is [blank_start]forgot[blank_end]. (Don't use inverted commas in the answer)
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  • forgot
  • forgat
  • forgetted

Question 26

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The French revolution [blank_start]happened[blank_end] in 1789,
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  • happened
  • hapened
  • hapent

Question 27

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Charles Dickens [blank_start]was[blank_end] a famous English writer.
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  • was
  • were
  • be

Question 28

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Charles Dickens [blank_start]wrote[blank_end] several famous novels.
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  • wrote
  • writed
  • wroted

Question 29

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I live in Ireland but I [blank_start]grew[blank_end] up in Spain.
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  • grew
  • growed
  • graw

Question 30

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I [blank_start]heard[blank_end] a noise last night, I [blank_start]thought[blank_end] it was a ghost.
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  • heard
  • heared
  • herd
  • thought
  • thinked
  • thaught

Question 31

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I [blank_start]visited[blank_end] (visit) London when I was 25. I would like to go back there one day.
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  • visited

Question 32

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I [blank_start]didn't know[blank_end] (not know) anything about Charles Dickens until today.
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  • didn't know

Question 33

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What [blank_start]were[blank_end] (to be) your dreams when you were a child?
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  • were

Question 34

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[blank_start]Did[blank_end] you [blank_start]watch[blank_end] (watch) "A Christmas Carol" in the cinema last year?
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  • Did
  • watch

Question 35

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I [blank_start]didn't like[blank_end] (not like) any of Charles Dickens' novels.
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  • didn't like

Question 36

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When [blank_start]did[blank_end] you [blank_start]sell[blank_end] (sell) your car?
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  • did
  • sell

Question 37

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He [blank_start]didn't sleep[blank_end] (not sleep) very well last night.
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  • didn't sleep

Question 38

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I [blank_start]went[blank_end] (go) to the pub, but you [blank_start]weren't[blank_end] (not be) there.
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  • went
  • weren't

Question 39

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[blank_start]Did[blank_end] you [blank_start]speak[blank_end] (speak) to your sister yesterday?
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  • speak
  • Did

Question 40

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They [blank_start]took[blank_end] (take) a break from studying.
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  • took
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