Red Level Quiz #2 – Using the helping verb “do” in the past tense and past tense negative (ANSWERS)

Part A.

Directions: Complete each question with the correct form of the auxiliary verb and the main verb in the past tense. (10 points)

1. Did they finish their work yet? (finish)

2. Did you eat anything for lunch? (eat)

3. When did you wake up this morning? (wake up)

4. What did the students do in class yesterday? (do)

5. Where did I put my keys? (put)

6. Did the teacher give you a quiz today? (give)

7. How did it feel to lose all that money? (feel)

8. Did Maria come to work last week? (come)

9. What time did the movie start? (start)

10. Is this what you did in class this morning? (do)

Part B.

Directions: Make each sentence negative in the past tense. (10 points)

1. She didn’t do the laundry last weekend. (do)

2. I didn’t like that book very much. (like)

3. My car didn’t start this morning. (start)

4. John didn’t know the answer to the question. (know)

5. The party didn’t last past midnight. (last)

6. Her boss didn’t give her enough time. (give)

7. We found out that she didn’t pay her taxes. (pay)

8. Jose and I didn’t see all that food on the table. (see)

9. His children didn’t do their homework. (do)

10. They never learned how to ride a bike. (learn)

Part C.

Conjugate the verb “do” in the past tense (5 points)

singular
plural

I didn’t do

You didn’t do

He didn’t do

She didn’t do

It didn’t do

We didn’t do

You didn’t do

They didn’t do

 

Conjugate the verb “study” in the past tense negative     (5 points)

singular
plural

I didn’t study

You didn’t study

He didn’t study

She didn’t study

It didn’t study

We didn’t study

You didn’t study

They didn’t study

 

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