Past Perfect Simple versus Past Simple 1

Gap-fill exercise

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Fill in the correct form of the verb. Choose between the Past Perfect Simple and the Past Simple.

1. She (to be) nervous because she (never / to fly) before.

2. They (to want) me to go with them, but I (already / to see) the film.

3. After she (to speak) to her boss, she (to clean) up her desk.

4. The King (to invite) her after she (to won) the world championship.

5. When I (to arrive) home I realised I (to forget) my keys.

6. When the train (to arrive), he (already / to see) her.

7. When Deborah (finish) her dinner she (to sit) down to watch TV.

8. After Bill (to phone), his wife (to go) to bed.