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Ben sat in the front row at the concert.
  1. Ben didn't sat in the front row at the concert.
  2. Ben didn't sit in the front row at the concert.
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Freddie drove to work yesterday.
  1. Freddie didn't drive to work yesterday.
  2. Freddie didn't drove to work yesterday.
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he / stay
  1. He not going to stay.
  2. He not staying.
  3. He's not going to stay.
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we / speak
  1. We're not going to speak.
  2. We not speak.
  3. Not speaking we are.
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Simple Present is used to express the idea that an action is repeated or usual. Which of the following is a Simple Present sentence?
  1. I used to drink from a bottle when i was a baby
  2. My brother lives near the Museum of Modern Art.
  3. She will be a movie star, she will conquer the world.
  4. My dad flew all the way from Canada.
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Jake went to work late.
  1. Jake didn't go to work late.
  2. Jake didn't went to work late.
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I bought a new outfit at the mall.
  1. I didn't bought a new outfit at the mall.
  2. I didn't buy a new outfit at the mall.
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Heather ate a fish sandwich for lunch.
  1. Heather didn't eat fish this morning.
  2. Heather didn't ate fish this morning.
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Lydia felt lazy on Sunday.
  1. Lydia didn't feel lazy on Sunday.
  2. Lydia didn't felt lazy on Sunday.
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The mangoes fell on the floor.
  1. The mangoes didn't fall on the floor.
  2. The mangoes didn't fell on the floor.
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Jane went there this morning.
  1. Jane didn't went there this morning.
  2. Jane didn't go there this morning.
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