Grammar: Past simple: regular verbs; Past time expressions p. 45

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STEP 1 What happened at the family gathering?
Complete the text with the past simple of the verbs below.

organise ● arrive (x2) ● cook ● not appear ● not remember ● phone ● help ● start

Last Sunday my parents ________ a family gathering. It was really nice! My aunt Lucy ________ early in the morning and ________ my mum and dad prepare the food. They ________ my granny's recipe for Yorkshire puddings, so they ________ her. Then they ________ together. The party ________ at noon. ________ (everybody) on time? Of course not! My cousins Martin and Christine were late and ________ until 3 p.m.!
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STEP 2 Can you spot the mistake?
Find one mistake in each sentence.

1 The student droped the pen while doing the test.
2 Did they invited you to the party?
3 The family picniced in the park.
4 We didn't liked our old bedroom; it was really small.
5 I left home five minutes last.
6 On holidays you enjoied the time with your cousins.
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STEP 3 What's the best past time expression?
Complete the sentences with the correct past time expression.

1 The Simmons didn't get married ________ 1998, it was 1996.
2 I met my cousin ________ afternoon. We had fun together!
3 ________ Charlie was a teenager, her family moved to Vancouver.
4 We sent our anniversary invitation two months ________, it was December.
5 Did they go on holiday together ________ summer?
6 We had a family lunch the ________ yesterday.
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