Irregular Verbs, Some & Any, Questions, Going To (Verb Tense)
In this irregular verbs worksheet, students translate the verbs and write the past tense forms, choose correct uses for "some" & "any", rewrite questions words in the right order and change the tense of "to be going" phrases.
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