Simple Past or Past Continuous - A Dialog

Fill in the blanks with the simple past or past continuous form of the verbs. Then click on the answer button to see the correct answers.
A: Hi, Mary. I ___ (see/neg.) you at school last Monday.

B: Hello, Bob. I ___ (come/neg.) on Monday. I wasn't ___ (feel) well, so I ___ (decide) to go to the doctor.

A: Oh! ___ (be) it serious?

B: No, the doctor ___ (examine) me and ___ (tell) me I ___ (have) the flu. He ___ (prescribe) some medicine and ___ (tell) me to go home and rest.

A: ___ you ___ (stay) home all day last Monday?

B: No, only in the morning. I ___ (have) to work in the afternoon, and guess what?

A: What?

B: When a friend ___ (drive) me home, he ___ (crash) his car. He ___ (see/neg.) the red light.

A: ___ anyone ___ (get) hurt?

B: Thank God, nobody ___ (do) .

A: I'm happy to hear that. Well, Mary, I have to rush now. While I ___ (listen) to your story, I ___ (remember) that my wife ___ (ask) me to go to the mechanic to get our car. See you later. Take care.

B: You too. Bye.

Copyright (C) 2000 Vera Mello (vcqm@ruralsp.com.br)
This quiz is part of the HTML-Only Self-Study Quizzes which is part of Activities for ESL Students, a project by The Internet TESL Journal.