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Published by: Gerard Posadas on Jun 29, 2013
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Simple and Continuous Tenses (Put the verb into the correct form to complete the sentences). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. We can go out now. It (not, rain) anymore. Jenny (wait) for me when I (arrive). The workers (get) hungry. Let’s (go) and get some lunch. What (you, do) in your spare time? Do you have any hobbies? The weather was very bad when we (arrive). It was very hard. 6. I missed Bob’s call. I (call) him later. 7. When I (tell) Tom the news, he (not, believe) me. 8. The doorbell (ring) three times while I (eat) last night. 9. I (finish) my laundry by the time I get home. 10. The mailman (deliver) letters every Monday morning. 11. Harry (give) flowers to Sarah last Valentine’s day.


Verb Tenses (Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb). Simple Past
(stop) (look) (listen) (jump) (stand) (shout)

(throw) (hide) (catch)


Perfect Continuous
(climb) (cook) (hit)

Present Future

Future Tenses (What do you say to your friend in these situations? Use the words in the given parenthesis. Use either the present continuous, going to, or will (I’ll).

You have made all your vacation plans. Your destination is Prague. Friend: Have you decided where you’re going on vacation yet? You: Yes,

(I, go)

You and some friends are planning a vacation in Mexico. You have decide to rent a car, but you haven’t arranged this yet. Friend: How do you plan to travel around Mexico? By bus? You: No, (we, rent) You have already arranged to have lunch with Lily tomorrow. Friend: Are you free at lunchtime tomorrow? You: No,

(have, lunch).

You and a friend are playing scrabble. It’s getting dark and you decide to turn on the light. You stand up and walk toward the light switch. Friend: What are you doing? You: (I, turn on). Your friend has two young children. She wants to go out tomorrow night. You offer to take care of the children. Friend: I want to go out tomorrow night, but I don’t have a babysitter. You: That’s no problem. (I, take care of) • Essay Writing: (Topic: )

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