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What happened? Etc. ) Exercises 10 and 11 have the same format but different verbs. The text divides this practice activity into two sections to allow for variation in ways the teacher chooses to handle them. Perhaps Exercise 10 could be done as seatwork or pair work followed by an entire class discussion, then Exercise 11 used for group work or homework. EX. 10 EXPECTED ANSWERS: 1. drove . . rode 8. . took/rode 9. 2. slept 10. 3. wore 11. 4. froze 12. 5. drank 13. 6. chose/took 14. 7. hung/put 15.
Touched 4. stood 9. spelled [BrE: spelt] 5. held 10. shook 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. bit hid left spoke tore 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. told threw drew turned chose □ EXERCISE 13, p. 37. Simple past: questions and short answers. (Charts 2-1 → 2-7) This exercise covers the simple past forms for statements, negatives, questions, and short answers. ANSWERS: 2. Did Tom’s plane arrive . . it did . . got 3. Did you go . . I didn’t . . stayed . . didn’t feel 4. Did Mark Twain write . . he did . . wrote 5. Did you eat .
Saw saw . . was standing . . was holding waved . . saw 02_ph/prs_AZAR_39601 11/6/02 8:59 AM Page 23 □ EXERCISE 17, p. 41. Using the past progressive. (Charts 2-8 and 2-9) This exercise requires a teacher to organize and conduct it. You need to get two students doing two things at the same time. One has to begin an activity and continue it as the other begins and ends an activity. When they both finish, other students describe these activities, using the simple past and the past progressive.