English Course Online 39
- Vocabulary related to
- Grammar point: Past Simple and Past continuous
1/ Vocabulary Practice
- Past Simple
- Past continuous
- to play squash
- Did you play this week?
- I went to the cinema instead.
- Fifty years ago
- a relatively new game.
- what was on.
- the publicity
- I used to play
- since I started
- got the energy.
- I never used to l
- It is better now
- to ban smoking
- public places.
- Did you use to smoke?
- to appeal to
- to hear that
- it is usually very difficult
- to catch
- I caught
- little brother
- to be stupid.
- to be irresponsible.
- quite the opposite
- straight away.
2/ Grammar Practice
3/ Sentence Practice
Past Simple and Past continuous
I played squash on Tuesday. I did not play on Thursday. Did you play this week?
I went to the cinema instead. Fifty years ago people didn’t play Squash. It is a relatively new game.
You’re right. What film did you see? I went to Croydon and looked at what was on.
I was looking at the publicity when I saw something I liked. I was watching a film when you were playing squash.
I used to always play squash on Thursdays but since I started the Agency I have not got the energy.
I never used to like the cinema. I didn’t use to like the smoke. It is better now that they have banned smoking in public places.
Did you use to smoke? It never appealed to me. I was lucky, I hear that it is usually very difficult to stop.
I remember when I caught my little brother smoking and I told him that he was being stupid.
He used to be irresponsible. Now he is quite the opposite.
The phone rang while I was talking to you. I will see who it was and I will phone them up.
I usually answer straight away.
4/ Practice Quiz
Complete the quizzes below.
- Today’s comprehension interactive video:
- Today’s sentences drag and drop:
- Today’s grammar fill in the right words: