CiViS PRACTICE EXERCISES: SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE! 1. Susana will jog / is going to jog (will / to be going- to jog) at the track. 2. The hibiscus _____ (to be
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Mixed Future Tenses Exercise 1 Make the future tenses. It could be a positive sentence, a negative sentence or a ... Answers: 1. Will she win the competition?
Past Perfect Tense Choose the correct verb from the list below to complete the following sentences. Put the verb in the past perfect tense (had & past participle)
Past Simple Tense Exercises 1) Complete the sentences with the SIMPLE PAST of the verbs in parentheses: a) They _____ (watch) TV last night
1) is listening 2) am talking 3) are making 4) is speaking 5) are studying 6) are playing 7) is eating 8) is making 9) is sleeping 10) is working
The Future Perfect Simple and Continuous Exercise will have driven will have been driving A Fill the gaps with the verb in brackets using either the future perfect
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https://www.e-grammar.org/english-grammar-tenses/ English tenses Future simple and future continuous tense Future simple - will Form Positive statement: I will learn
The Future Tense – Future Perfect There are three aspects of the future tense:
= truth of a fact
1) Simple future 2) Future progressive now 3) Future perfect (simple and progressive) ______________________________________________________
A time in the future
1) The future perfect (simple) tense is used to describe a fact that is not yet true but which is expected to be true in the future (if certain conditions are satisfied). • Use the following structure to form the future perfect (simple) tense: [Subject] [will have] [past participle]
Example: Jaime will have graduated from college by June 6, 2013. Example: I will have scored ten goals if I score again tomorrow. • Add “not” after “will” and the main verb to form the negative.
Example: We will not have driven to California by tomorrow if we get a flat tire today. Directions: Complete the following sentences in the present perfect simple tense. 1) She (to go) to Japan four times if she goes there again. 2) If he wins another gold medal, he (to win) four in his entire career. 3) Dan (to climb) Mt. Fuji eight times by November 10. 4) Li and Susan (to eat) dinner by the time you get back from work. 5) The baseball player (to hit) six homeruns if he hits another one tonight. 6) You not (to pay) your rent tomorrow if you do not pay it today. 7) Yong Ching (to play) tennis in the Olympics five times if he makes the team again next year. 8) Nastia (to make) ten cakes if she makes two more. 9) They (to swim) from England to Spain if they continue. 10) I (to complete) ten sentences if I am able to complete this one.
Directions: Put the following sentences in future perfect simple tense. 1) I do the laundry. (by noon tomorrow) ______________________________________________________________________ 2) It is good idea. (if no one gets hurt). ______________________________________________________________________
Directions: Now make your own sentences in the future perfect simple tense. 1) _____________________________________________________________________ 2) _____________________________________________________________________
2) The future perfect (progressive) tense is used to describe a fact that is not yet true but which is expected to be true in the future if progress continues. A time in = in progress = progress completed and fact true the past • Use the following structure to form the future perfect (progressive) tense: [Subject] [will have been] [verb + “ing”]
A time in the future
Example: Jaime will have been playing soccer for ten years if he plays again this year. Example: I will have been jumping rope for 45 minutes if I don’t stop. • Add the word “not” after “will” and the main verb to form the negative.
Example: We will not have been studying for four days if we do not study tomorrow. Directions: Complete the following sentences in the future perfect (progressive) tense. 1) She (to skiing) all day if she quits at 5:00. 2) Lee (to drive) for eight hours straight by the time we reach our destination. 3) Chris (to run) for ten miles once he crosses the finish line. 4) Angel (to take) the test for two hours by this time tomorrow. 5) The ping pong player (to compete) in the tournament for three straight days if he makes it to the final round. 6) I (to living) in China for a decade if I live here one more year. 7) In ten minutes, my friend and I (to talk) on the phone to each other for five hours. 8) After today, I (to spend) in the county prison for two years. 9) Once she graduates from high school, Anna (to learning) for twelve years. 10) In two minutes, the magician (to hold) her breath for eight minutes.
Directions: Put the following sentences in future perfect progressive tense. 1) I play tennis. (for three summers if I play again this summer) ______________________________________________________________________ 2) I drive. (for fourteen hours if I drive for one more hour) ______________________________________________________________________
Directions: Now make your own sentences in the future perfect progressive tense. 1) _____________________________________________________________________ 2) _____________________________________________________________________