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Ejercicio - preguntas pasado simple con verbos regulares.

La forma interrogative en pasado simple inglés.

Escribe la forma interrogativa en inglés del pasado simple de estas frases.

Ejemplo:
He liked the film he saw on TV last night.

Respuesta:
Did he like    
 the film he saw on TV last night?

 

1) They climbed the mountain yesterday.

the mountain yesterday?

2) He decided to leave his job last week.

to leave his job last week?

3) She earned a lot of money in London last year.

a lot of money in London last year?

4) I enjoyed the wedding on Sunday.

the wedding on Sunday?

5) It happened late last night.

late last night?

6) They rented a car on holiday last summer.

a car on holiday last summer?

7) Philo Farnsworth invented the television in 1927.

the television in 1927?

8) We listened to the concert on the radio yesterday evening.

to the concert on the radio yesterday evening?

9) John and Mary worked together when they were younger.

together when they were younger?

10) I received a nice letter from Aunt Jane this morning.

a nice letter from Aunt Jane this morning?

 

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Respuestas:

1) Did they climb the mountain yesterday?

2) Did he decide to leave his job last week?

3) Did she earn a lot of money in London last year?

4) Did I enjoy the wedding on Sunday? / Did you enjoy the wedding on Sunday?

5) Did it happen late last night?

6) Did they rent a car on holiday last summer?

7) Did Philo Farnsworth invent the television in 1927?

8) Did we listen to the concert on the radio yesterday evening? / Did you listen to the concert on the radio yesterday evening?

9) Did John and Mary work together when they were younger? / Did they work together when they were younger?

10) Did I receive a nice letter from Aunt Jane this morning? / Did you receive a nice letter from Aunt Jane this morning?

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