Simple Past


The Simple Past is used to talk about actions or situations in the past. It is also called Past Simple.

Have a look at the following examples:

1) action finished in the past (single or repeated)

I visited Berlin last week.
Andrew watched TV yesterday.

2) series of completed actions in the past

First I got up, then I had breakfast.

3) together with the Past Progressive/Continuous – The Simple Past interrupted an action which was in progress in the past.

They were playing cards when the telephone rang.
1st action: Past Progressive were playing
2nd action: Simple Past rang

Information taken from:


Affirmative Negative Interrogative
I drew my life I did not/didn’t draw my life Did I draw my life?
She said her idea She did not/didn’t say her idea Did she say her idea?

Please check this Prezi presentation to understand this topic a little bit better 🙂


Before going over thousands of exercises about this structure I will recommend you to learn the verbs and its pronunciation, to do that here you have these links:

Learn verbs in simple past: This is the list you need to study and here you have exercises 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 (All irregular verbs)

After those exercises I would recommend you to practise with the structure itself

Chicago’s exercise

Oxford’s exercise

Mixed Exercise in Simple Past

Test: Simple Past: Level 1Level 2Level 3




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We use the imperative basically to give orders but also to give intructions and informal advices.


  • We can use the imperative to give a direct order

In this image the plant is giving the man a direct order using the imperative structure

  • We can use the imperative to give instructions


Here they are giving you instructions on how to cook rice. Note this are not orders as in the example shown above, at least you work as a chef 😉

  • We can use the imperative to make an invitation.


  • We can use the imperative on signs and notices.

  • We can use the imperative to give friendly informal advice.


  • If we add do we make the imperative a bit more “polite”

Grammar explanation taken from: English Grammar Secrets

Exercises: (Tell me your scores in the comment box!)


English Grammar Secrets has 5 sets of exercises for you to practice the imperative

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Pepositions of place

Explanation:  It is used to show an exact position or particular place

  • Table
  • Events
  • A place where you are to do something typical (watch a film, study, work)


  • I met her at the entrance, at the bus stop.
  • She sat at the table.
  • At the concert, at the party.
  • At the movies, at the university,at work.


Explanation:  It is used to indicate that something or someone is inside


  • I watch TV in the living-room.
  • I live in New York.
  • Look at the picture in the book.
  • She looks at herself in the mirror.
  • She is in the car.
  • Look at the girl in the picture.
  • This is best team in the world.



  • It is used to indicate that something is attached
  • It is next to or along the side of (river)
  • To show that something is in a position above something an touching it
  • To indicate left or right
  • To indicate a surface: A floor
  • To show some methods of traveling
  • For TV, radio, internet.


  • Look at the picture on the wall
  • Cambridge is on the River Cam.
  • The book is on the desk
  • A smile on his face
  • The shop is on the left
  • My apartment on the first floor
  • I love traveling on trains /on the bus /on a plane
  • My favorite program on TV, on the radio
Taken from:

 Please, please! check this link for  special information. After the explanation there are 4 exercises go ahead and practice.

Tell me your score of each exercise in the comment box 

Have a good day 😉


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