Past Simple & Past Continuous Exercises The following document is a brief description and a series of exercises for practicing the past simple and the
PRESENT PERFECT / PAST PERFECT / PAST SIMPLE / PAST CONTINUOUS 1. Change these sentences into a) the past simple, b) past continuous, c) present perfect and d) the
Past Simple / Past Continuous (2) 1.- Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets into the correct tense Past Simple or Past Continuous
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)
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ut out PTCP Camridge niversit Press rammar Perfect and simple tenses 1 Complete the conversation with the present perfect, past simple or present simple form of the
Past Simple Tense Exercises 1) Complete the sentences with the SIMPLE PAST of the verbs in parentheses: a) They _____ (watch) TV last night
Perfect Tenses Exercises 1 A. Put the verb in brackets in the correct form using either present perfect or past simple. Use continuous forms if necessary. 1
Past Continuous Exercise 2 Look at these sentences and answer the questions by circling A or B. 1. When I saw them, they were playing football. Which happened first?
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Past Tenses Multiple Choice Exercises.pdf ... Simple Perfect. Perfect Continuous Tense. ... Future tenses practice exercise multiple choice format
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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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1. When we arrived the film ________________________________ (start). 2. She ________________________________ (work) in that company for twenty years when she was made redundant. 3. I felt ill because I ________________________________ (drink) six cups of coffee. 4. I ________________________________ (study) all day, so I was tired. 5. How long ________________________________ (you / live) in London when your daughter was born? 6. When I arrived at the airport I realised I ________________________________ (forget) my passport. 7. I ________________________________ (break) my ankle, so I couldn’t go skiing last year. 8. She ________________________________ (study) English for three years when she took the exam. 9. I ________________________________ (run), so I was hot and tired. 10. I didn’t go to the class because I ________________________________ (not / do) my homework.
1. When we arrived the film had started. 2. She had been working in that company for twenty years when she was made redundant. 3. I felt ill because I had drunk six cups of coffee. 4. I had been studying all day, so I was tired. 5. We had been living in London for two years when our daughter was born. 6. When I arrived at the airport I realised I had forgotten my passport. 7. I had broken my ankle, so I couldn’t go skiing last year. 8. She had been studying English for three years when she took the exam. 9. I had been running, so I was hot and tired. 10. I didn’t go to the class because I hadn’t done my homework.