There isn’t a cloud in the sky, but it (be) cloudy in the morning.
Mrs. Clay usually finishes her work at half past three, but she (finish) it later yesterday afternoon.
Every day I help my Mom about the house, but last week I was very busy with my exam. So I (not/help) her much.
Tom isn’t playing tennis tomorrow afternoon, he (not/play) tennis yesterday.
We generally have lunch at 12.30, but yesterday we (have lunch) later.
had had lunch
Now my brother smokes a lot, but he (not/ smoke) before.
The Frasers live in four-room apartment, but last year they (live) in a small house in the country.
I (get) to the market myself last time, but now I don’t remember how to get there.
How you (cut) your finger?
How have you cut
How you cutted
How did you cut
Jack (try) to remember what he had done last April.
Looking through the paper, the teacher (find) several mistakes.
He (meet) Mary and (fall) in love with her at first sight.
had met, falled
Helen (prefer) tea to coffee.
When you (write) to your parents last time?
When do you writed
When did you write
When did you wrote
Yesterday Mr. Watson (drink) too much at the party.
Don’t worry about your letter. I (send) it the day before yesterday.
When I was a child, I (always/be) late for school.
were always late
was always late
be always lated
My husband (work) in the bank for three years since 1990 to 1993.
We (not/have) a holiday last year.
When Jill (finish) school?
When did Jill finished
When was Jill finish
When did Jill finish