Questões de Passado simples | Simple past (Inglês)

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Read the following dialog and mark the ONLY alternative which best completes the blank spaces.

Bill: Why aren’t you coming out tonight? Zachary: Because I don’t have any money. If I ______, I with you Bill: Well, what about the movies tomorrow? Zachary: It depends. If my parents _____ me some money, ______ I . Bill: You always have an excuse! Why didn’t you come to Josh?s party last week? Zachary: I didn’t come because I lost my wallet and all my money. If I _____ my wallet, of course I _____ !
  • A Had some money/ would go/lend/ will go/ hadn’t lost/ would have come
  • B Had had some money/ would go/lend/ will go/ hadn’t lost/ would have come
  • C Had some money/ would’ve gone/lend/ will go/ hadn’t lost/ would have come
  • D Had some money/ would go/lend/ will go/ had lost/ would have come
  • E Had some money/ would go/lend/ would go/ hadn’t lost/ would have come

Read the short paragraph below and choose the alternative that completes the gap CORRECTLY.
Yesterday Paul and Sophia played tennis. They began at 09:30 and finished at 11 o’clock. So, at 10:30 they ______ tennis.

  • A have played.
  • B was playing.
  • C had played.
  • D were playing.

“Two dogs were slowly crossing the dusty road when we passed by.” The verbal tense in the passage “were slowly crossing” is:

  • A Present perfect progressive tense.
  • B Past perfect progressive tense.
  • C Simple past tense.
  • D Past progressive tense.

“We ________ every stores empty if they ________ early.”
The alternative that contains the correct answer to the sentence above is:

  • A will have find – have arrived.
  • B would have found – have arrived.
  • C will have found – had arrived.
  • D would have found – had arrived.

For question, choose the correct answer.


The Indians _______________ on the continent for about twenty-five thousand years.

  • A has been.
  • B had been.
  • C was.
  • D have been.