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  1. Unit 6A - My week
    Lesson 1 - Last night
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  2. Lesson 2 - What did you do?
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  3. Unit 6B - My week
    Lesson 3 - A memorable experience was ...
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  4. Lesson 4 - There's a problem with my meal
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  5. Unit 6 - Review
    Unit 6 Review
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  6. Unit 7A -
    Lesson 1
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  7. Lesson 2
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  8. Unit 7B -
    Lesson 3
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  9. Lesson 4
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  10. Unit 7 - Review
    Unit 7 Review
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  11. Unit 8A -
    Lesson 1
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  12. Lesson 2
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  13. Unit 8B -
    Lesson 3
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  14. Lesson 4
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  15. Unit 8 - Review
    Unit 8 Review
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  16. Unit 9A -
    Lesson 1
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  17. Lesson 2
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  18. Unit 9B -
    Lesson 3
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  19. Lesson 4
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  20. Unit 9 - Review
    Unit 9 Review
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  21. Unit 10A -
    Lesson 1
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  22. Lesson 2
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  23. Unit 10B -
    Lesson 3
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  24. Lesson 4
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Olga, Veronica, and Isaac are talking about the event from last night. These events are in the past. Read their answers again and click on the verbs. What do you notice about these verbs?

Olga

Last night I *stayed up* late and I *watched* a romantic movie with my husband. I *loved* the movie, but he *didn’t like* it. Actually, he *wanted* to watch an action movie.

Veronica

I *finished* work early and *visited* my grandparents. We *ordered* a pizza and *chatted*. I really *enjoyed* the evening.

Isaac

I *played* video games with my friend Joseph last night, and we *talked* about a lot of different things. We *didn’t finish* the game but that’s not important.

Now, complete the sentences with the verbs.

Veronica *visited* her grandparents and she *enjoyed* the evening.

Isaac and Joseph *didn’t* finish the video game.

Olga’s husband *didn’t like* the movie, but Olga *loved it*.

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