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Past Simple or Past Continuous Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

1. © www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Past Simple or Past Continuous Exercise 2. Choose the past ...

past simple - mixed exercise - Perfect English Grammar

I. (work) in a bank for ten years. 2. Where. (you / live) when you were young? 3. She. (not / study) French at university. 4. He. (travel) through the Middle East last ...

Past Simple All Forms Mixed Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

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Make the present perfect simple. Choose positive, negative or question: 1. (she / pass the exam?) 2. (you / eat lunch ...

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Make the present perfect - choose positive, negative or question: 1. (I / go / to the library today). 2. (you / keep a pet for three years) ...

Reported Statements Mixed Exercise - Perfect English Grammar

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Reported Statements Mixed Exercise. Change this direct speech into reported speech: 1. “He works in a ...

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Intermediate grammar exercise: past simple vs. past continuous

Exercise instructions. Use the words in brackets to put the following into the correct tense – the past simple or past continuous. 1. I used my time well while I (wait) ...

Past Perfect Or Past Simple - Perfect English Grammar

Choose the past perfect, or the past simple: 1. We had already eaten when John. (come) home. 2. Last year Juan. (pass) all ...

The Past Continuous Exercise at Auto-English

The Past Continuous Exercise. SUBJECT WAS/WERE VERB ING. I was sleeping. A Fill the gaps using the verb in brackets in the past continuous tense.

Present Perfect or Past Simple 2 - Perfect English Grammar

Choose the present perfect or past simple: 1. I. (see) three police cars this morning (it's still morning). 2. After he. (arrive) ...

T038 - Past Perfect or Past Tense - English Grammar

TENSES. PAST or PAST PERFECT (Simple and progressive) - Complete the following sentences with the ... (MEET) James on the street yesterday and he ...

T036- Past Perfect and Past Tense - English Grammar

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Present Perfect Simple or Continuous Exercise at Auto-English

Present Perfect Simple or Continuous Exercise. SUBJECT HAVE/HAS BEEN VERB ING THE REST. She has been reading a lot recently. TENSE. USE.

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Mary. (give) me Tony's address before she left. 2. When the boys arrived at the cinema, the film. (already, start). 3. Before we reached the station we saw that we ...

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Exercise 3: Make sentences in the present continuous tense. Example: (wait/here/I). I am waiting here. (I/in Hastings/learn English ...

Passive with mixed tenses - Perfect English Grammar

People speak Portuguese in Brazil. 2. The Government is planning a new road near my house. 3. My grandfather built this house in 1943. 4. Picasso was ...

'So' and 'Neither' Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

What she says is true for you too. Put in 'so. --- I' or 'neither --- I', choosing which auxiliary verb you need: 1. Jenny: Sarah ...

There Is / There Are Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

There Is / There Are Exercise 1. Change these (strange!) sentences so that you use 'there the correct tense of be': 1. Two apples are on the table.

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Zero Conditional Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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Conditional exercise (first / second / third ... - Perfect English Grammar

1. (First conditional) If we don't work harder, we won't pass the exam. 2. (Third conditional) If the ...

Adverbs or Adjectives: Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Adverbs or Adjectives: Exercise 1. Choose the correct form (adjective or adverb). 1) John held the plate ...

Indirect Questions Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

Indirect Questions Exercise 1 (Present Simple Tense). Change the direct questions into indirect questions. Use 'can you tell me'. 1). Where does she play tennis ...

Order of Adjectives Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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Indefinite Pronouns Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

anywhere / nobody / nothing / nowhere / everybody / everything / everywhere). 1. She wants to live ... in the box, all the things that she had. 3. Does ...

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Could you swim when you were 10? 2. We couldn't get to the meeting on time yesterday because the train was delayed by one hour. 3. He was able to arrive at ...

Prepositions of Place Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

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Subject and Object Pronouns Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

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Common and Proper Nouns Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

Common and Proper Nouns Exercise 1. Are these nouns common or proper nouns? 1. San Francisco common noun / proper noun. 2. John Smith common noun ...

Linking Words Exercise 2 (Reason) - Perfect English Grammar

Owing to his late night, John missed his train. 10. Lucy was very unhappy, for she missed James. 11. Due to the terrible weather, we decided not to walk home ...

English tenses | Past perfect - English grammar PDF

English tenses. Past perfect tense ... These expressions are also used with the present perfect. ... (the present perfect - I came a week ago and I am still in Paris.).

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Past Simple Form 'Yes / No' Questions (other verbs). Make past simple 'yes / no' questions: 1. (I / see you last week?) 2. (you / meet your father yesterday?)

Past Simple 'Wh' Questions - Perfect English Grammar

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