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From the Stone Age Boy past tense words

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tripped
I was wandering in the woods when I tripped and found myself falling down. *
happened
An amazing thing once happened to me. *
stumbled
I could see daylight in the distance and I stumbled towards it. *
realised British English spelling
I realised I was lost. *
walked
So I walked and walked. *
looked
I don't think I looked like any of the boys she knew. *
gave
They gave me some stew. *
worked
I worked out my new friend's name was Om. *
showed
Om showed me round the camp. *
seemed
Everyone seemed busy and had a job to do. *
saw
I saw the men fishing. *
went
One afternoon we went to the river. *
picked
The children picked berries and nuts. *
pointed
The men held their pointed spears high and stood as still as trees. *
dropped
Suddenly, their spears dropped down like lightning. *
grabbed
Several people grabbed their spears and followed Om. *
followed
Om and I followed them into the field. *
crept
Slowly, slowly we crept forwards until we saw a reindeer. *
ran
At a signal, the others ran towards the reindeer, yelling and throwing their spears. *
yelled
Om and I didn't have spears, but we yelled anyway. *

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