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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Mixed past tenses (irregular verbs) 1

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: IRREGULAR VERBS (mixed past tenses) | level: Beginner




Choose the correct conjugation of the verb (in brackets) to complete each sentence:


1. He ________ to get very angry. (to begin)
  begun
  began
  beginned

2. I ________ my glasses when I fell. (to break)
  broked
  broken
  broke

3. Those kids have ________ five windows playing baseball. (to break)
  broked
  broken
  broke

4. I have ________ studying French. (to begin)
  begun
  began
  beginned


5. He told me that he had ________ all the work himself. (to do)
  done
  did
  done did

6. Have you ________ yet today? (to eat)
  ate
  eated
  eaten

7. My father has ________ me to talk to you. (to forbid)
  forbidden
  forbade
  forbid

8. I ________ him stealing that woman's purse. (to catch)
  caught
  catched
  catch

9. He must have ________ 8 beers last night. (to drink)
  drank
  drunk
  done drunk

10. I ________ down and broke my arm. (to fall)
  fallen
  falled
  fell


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