Mr Bean

Watch this video and have fun!

Questions:

Choose the correct sentence in the past simple tense.
 Mr. Bean wasn’t in the yard, but he was at the park.
 Mr. Bean weren’t at the park.
 Mr. Bean hadn’t at the park.

Choose the correct sentence in the past simple tense.
 He take out some bread to make a sandwich.
 He get out some bread to make a sandwich.
 He took out some bread to make a sandwich.

Choose the correct sentence in the past simple tense.
 He didn’t drinking any coffee.
 He didn’t drink any coffee.
 He didn’t eat any coffee.

Choose the correct sentence in the past simple tense.
 One man was with him on the park bench.
 Two men were with him on the park bench.
 One man were with him on the park bench.

Choose the correct sentence in the past simple tense.
 The man didn’t stopped eating to help Mr. Bean make his sandwich.
 The man don’t stop eating to help Mr. Bean make his sandwich.
 The man didn’t stop eating to help Mr. Bean make his sandwich.

Choose the correct sentence in the past simple tense.
 What did he got from the inside pocket of his jacket?
 What did he get from the inside pocket of his jacket?
 What did he getted from the inside pocket of his jacket?

Choose the correct sentence in the past simple tense.
 The man who sit next to Mr. Bean give him a sandwich.
 The man who sat next to Mr. Bean gave him a sandwich.
 The man who didn’t sit next to Mr. Bean gave him a sandwich.

Choose the correct sentence in the past simple tense.
 Mr. Bean didn’t has some fish in a jar.
 Mr. Bean have some fish in a jar.
 Mr. Bean had some fish in a jar.

In the following questions, choose the sentence, in the past simple tense, that happens next in the sequence of events. The sequence begins with: Mr. Bean saw the man eating a sandwich. What happened next?
 Then, he put the lettuce in a sock.
 Before that, he hit the fish on the bench.
 After that, he got some bread from inside his jacket.

What happened next?
 Then, he drink some milk.
 After, he make some tea.
 Next, he cut two slices of bread.

What happened next?
 After that, he took out some butter.
 Then, he drank some milk.
 Before that, he wash the lettuce.

What happened next?
 Then, he used his credit card to spread the butter.
 After, he washed the lettuce.
 Then, he drop his sandwich.

What happened next?
 After, he drop his sandwich.
 Then, he washed the lettuce.
 Before, he hit the fish on the bench.

What happened next?
 After, he took out some butter.
 Then, he drink some milk.
 Then, he put the lettuce in a sock.

What happened next?
 Next, he took out some butter.
 Then, he hit the fish on the bench.
 Before, he drink some milk.

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