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Verb TENSEs REVISION

FUTURE TENSES

1. Future simple, future continuous or future perfect? Put each verb in brackets into a suitable verb form.
1. By the time you arrive, she ____________________ (go). 2. By the end of the week he _________________________ (spend) all his money. 3. Don't phone me between 8 a.m. and 12 p.m. I __________________________(work). 4. I suppose the concert __________________________ (finish) about 6. 5. This time next week I ________________________________(relax) at the beach. 6. I can visit you at 5. We__________________________________ (finish) the game by then. 7. This time tomorrow I ___________________________(fly) to France. 8. I ___________________________ (be) very sad if you do that. 9. Next month we __________________________________(be married) for 25 years. 10. Tomorrow at 6 p.m she _____________________________________ (write) a very important essay. 11. I think she __________________________(pass) tomorrow's exam. 12. I _______________________________ (tell) you everything when I go back. 13. John is very upset today. I _______________________________(try) to talk to him. 14. In half an hour everybody ____________________________ (watch) the film. 15. Sorry, but I can't come at 5. I __________________________ (play) football with my mates.

2.Future simple or future continuous? Put each verb in brackets into the future simple or the future continuous.
1. I ________________________(not do) that if he doesn't apologize to me. 2. We __________________________ (leave) this house as soon as possible. 3. You should recognize her easily. She___________________________ (wear) a red skirt in your blind date . 4. This time next month I __________________________(enjoy) the holidays. 5. They _____________________________ (have to) change their diet if they want to keep fit. 6. You can visit me tomorrow. I ________________________(not do) anything important. 7. I suppose the weather __________________________ (be) good. 8. Hold on, I ___________________ (give) you a lift. 9. At 10 p.m. I ________________________________ (go) to bed to get some rest.

10. He_____________________________ (not be able) to carry such a heavy bag. 11. Can I borrow your car? Sure, I ____________________________ (not use) it until Friday. 12. I_______________________ (help) you as soon as I finish this project. 13. I wish I could visit you, but this time tomorrow I______________________ (manage) a very important project. 14. I can't go with you, but I_________________________________ (make) it up to you. 15. I think he__________________________ (find) this work more interesting when he grows up. 16. She_____________________________________ (not come) with us, I'm sure. 17. At 11 p.m. I ___________________________________ (sleep).

3. Future simple or going to? Put each verb in brackets into a suitable verb form.
1. I promise I_______________________ (not tell) anybody about this accident. 2. ____________________(you stay) with him? 3. Don't be afraid honey. Everything _______________________ (be) OK. 4. I think I ______________________ (be) very rich when I grow up. 5. Where are you going Matt? Well, I _________________ (buy) some food for the evening. 6. I feel so terrible. I _______________(be) sick. 7. Where is he for so long? I _________________________ (kill) him when he's back, I promise. 8. We're going to the cinema tonight. _____________________________ (you join) us? 9. Hi Kate, I______________________________ (organise) a party. Do you feel like coming? 10. Will you go with us? No, I think I ________________________________(give) it a miss. 11. Look at the clouds. It_____________________________ (rain). 12. Our plane is on fire! We______________________ (die). 13. We're going to Ireland next week. Well, I think I____________________________ (join) you. 14. I _____________________________ (not tolerate) such behaviour. 15. I_______________________ (probably pass) the exam.

4. Future simple, present simple or present continuous? Read the questions below and decide which answer best fits each space.
1.How about going out? We ... to the cinema to get some rest. A.are going B.will go

C.go

2.I ... a party and would like to invite you. A.am organising B.will organise C.organise

3.I promise I ... you down. A.will never let B.never let C.am never letting

4.Thanks for the money. I ... it back soon. A.give B.am giving C.will give

5.I hope she ... me soon. A.meet B.will meet C.is meeting

6.Don't ask her for money. She ... you. A.won't lend B.doesn't lend C.isn't lending

7.I'm sure she ... your offer. A.isn't accepting B.won't accept C.doesn't accept

8.At 5 a.m. I ... in bed. A.am probably going B.will probably be C.am probably

9.It ... Friday tomorrow. A.is B.is being C.will be

10.My train ... at 5. I think I ... late. A.leaves ... will be

B.leaves ... am late C.is leaving ... will be 11.I ... to France next week. ... me? A.will go ... Will you join B.go ... Are you joining C.am going ... Will you join

12.Are you ready honey? Yes, I ... A.will come B.come C.am coming

13.My car has broken down. Don't panic, I ... you to work. A.take B.am taking C.will take

14.Are you going to stay with us a bit longer? No, tomorrow we ... A.leave B.will leave C.are leaving 15.She ... married next month. A.is getting B.will get C.gets

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6. Future perfect and continuous. Complete the sentences with the future perfect tense or the future continuous.
1. Don't come before 5pm,__________________________ (I/ work) at my office. 2. Come at 5.30pm, _____________________ (I/ finish) working. 3. Do you think _____________________________(you/ still/ live) in the same house next year? 4. If you can, come to see me, ________________________ (I/ stay) at the Beach Hotel until Saturday. 5. In my dreams, tomorrow _____________________(I/snuggle up) to you and not taking my exam ! 6. I'm visiting Australia at the moment, at the end _______________________ (I/ travel) more than 6000 km. 7. I'll come to join you around 7pm, _______________________________ ; (my meeting/ end) by then. 8. I can imagine that tomorrow _____________________ (the holiday/ finish), it's sad.

PRESENT TENSES

7. Present simple vs continuous. Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets.
1.Look. He__________________________ to us. (listen) 2.We ___________________________________ at a hotel this week. (stay) 3.I ________________________________ to bed early on Sundays. (go) 4.My mother is at the shop. She ________________________________ a new dress. (buy) 5.Jill _____________________________________a lot of money. (have) 6.The bus ________________________________on Sunday night. (leave) 7.Please, stop! You _______________so fast! (drive) 8.We_____________________ in Berlin each year. (meet) 9.We _________________ to the disco on Friday. (go) 10.He usually ________________on time. (come)

PAST TENSES

8. Write the verbs in the correct tense (past simple, past continuous, passive perfect, present, passive)
Chapter 1 Mr. Sherlock Holmes Mr. Sherlock Holmes, who _____________ (be) usually very late in the mornings, save upon those not infrequent occasions when he was up all night, was seated at the breakfast table. I _____________ (stand) upon the hearth-rug and _______________ (pick up) the stick which our visitor _________________ (leave) behind him the night before. It was a fine, thick piece of wood, bulbous-headed, of the sort which is known as a "Penang lawyer." Just under the head _______________ (be) a broad silver band nearly an inch across. "To James Mortimer, M.R.C.S., from his friends of the C.C.H.," was ________________ (engrave) upon it, with the date "1884." It was just such a stick as the old-fashioned family practitioner used to carry--dignified, solid, and reassuring. "Well, Watson, what _____________________ (you make) of it?" Holmes___________________ occupation. (sit) with his back to me, and I ______________ (give) him no sign of my

"How___________________ (you know) what I have eyes in the back of your head."

___________________(do)? I

_______________(believe) you

9. Past simple vs past continuous tense


Every day James Lullaby travels to London. Yesterday he __________________ (drive) his car, when he (see) a dog in the middle of the road. The dog__________________________ (watch) the car. James_______________ (stop) and ____________________ (get) out of his car. As he ________________ (get) out, the dog _____________ (run) away. James_____________________ (go) back to his car. While he _______________ (get) in the car, the dog _____________________(appear) again and ________________ (sit) down in the middle of the road. James (start) ______________the engine, but the dog _______________(not move). James _______________(jump) out of the car and _______________ (shout) at the dog. The dog_______________ (bark) at him and (start) to run. James ________________(follow) the dog. Suddenly, he _______________ (see) two girls lying on the grass. They __________________ (bleed).

CONDITIONALS

10. Mixed conditionals. Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets.
1._____________ we__________________ (have) enough time if we wanted to see the castle? 2.In case you ________________________ (buy) a car, will you teach me to drive? 3.If I __________________________ (not be) in a hurry, I wouldn't have made so many mistakes. 4.She won't finish it on time if she _____________________________ (not start) right now.

5.She _____________________ (get angry) if you had told her. 6.On condition that they_________________________ (support) our product, they would get a discount. 7.It will be a disaster unless they ________________________(help) us. 8.If you ____________________________(have) something to eat, you wouldn't have felt sick. 9.I____________________________ wouldn't risk it if I (be) you. 10.She would get fat if she______________________ (not stop) eating. 11.The chicken wasn't good. It _______________________ (taste) better if you had put some spices on it.

11. Complete the sentences and use the words in brackets.


1.I won't go to the dance if you ______________________ me. (not join). 2.If the hotel in Paris had been full, where _____________ we_____________ ? (stay) 3.If I got the job, I _____________________ grateful to you. (be) 4.Unless she ________________the test she will get her driving license next week. (fail) 5.How would you explain the meaning of this word if you _____________________ it? (not know) 6.We wouldn't have been angry if you ______________________ the dinner. (refuse) 7.If I ______________________ you, I'd take it. (be) 8.If Ken ______________________the car, who will do it? (not mend)

ACTIVE-PASSIVE VOICE

12. Put each verb in brackets into a suitable passive verb form.
1. She is a gifted girl. I think she should ___________________ (give) a scholarship. 2. Fortunately, the burglars _____________________ (already arrest). 3. By the time we finish school, the gallery _________________ (build). 4. Peter _______________________ (should inform) about the danger before he went climbing. 5. I wish they ________________(accuse) of taking part in the robbery. 6. Tom ____________________ (believe) to be the best player in our team. 7. These documents ___________________ (have to deliver) by midnight. 8. Poland_____________ (say) to be a nice country. 9. The exhibition ______________________ (can see) at the art gallery. 10. I don't believe it was Steve. Your car _____________ (must steal) by someone else.

11. Before the police arrived, the thief ____________________ (catch) by our neighbour.

13. Have something done. Put the words in brackets into a suitable form.
1. Every day we __________________________________ (deliver a newspaper). 2. Sometimes I have a terrible headache. Maybe I should _________________________(examine my head) by a doctor. 3. I had to _______________________________ (fix my screen) because it had broken. 4. I ________________________(clean my house) every week. 5. Sue's got late because she ________________________ (service her car) now. 6. It's said you should ______________________________(test your brakes) at least once a year. 7. I think I should ________________________________ (check my hearing) by a specialist. 8. I ________________________________________(break my arm) in a car accident yesterday. 9. My car looked awful so I _________________________ (wash it). 10. I look terrible. I must ______________________ (cut my hair).

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MODALS
15.Modal verbs.Read the questions below and decide which answer fits each space

1.He's not a liar. The story ... be true. A.have to B.may C.Must

2.Look at the boy next to Kate. It ... be her boyfriend. A.must B.have to C.should

3.He's just eaten. He ... be hungry. A.mustn't B.can't C.might not

4.It's a secret. You ... tell anybody about it! A.mustn't B.couldn't C.shouldn't

5.He ... work at Sundays, but she seems to be tired anyway. A.mustn't B.doesn't have to C.doesn't need to

6.Don't phone me at 6 p.m. I ... A.might work B.can work C.may be working

7.We ... go on foot. We ... take a taxi. A.don't need to ... may B.needn't ... can C.didn't have to ... could 8.Paul suggested I ... sell my old car and buy a new one. A.need B.should C.may

9.According to the forecast, the weather ... be nice tomorrow. A.should B.have to C.can

10.I'm so tired. I ... relax. A.may b.Need C.should

11.She ... swim and run very well. A.can B.is able to C.may

12.I think you ... apologize to her for your behaviour. A.should B.may C.have to

13.I don't know if she wantS to go with us but she ... show up. A.can B.might C.is able to

14.She's been studying for the test very hard. She ... pass it easily. A.may B.must C.should

16. Modal verbs - past. Read the questions below and decide which answer fits each space

1.She passed her exam with flying colours. She ... very hard. A.had to study B.must have been studying C.need have studied 2.Nobody is answering the phone. They ... A.must go out B.must have gone out C.had to go out 3.We ... this project without your help. A.might not do

B.couldn't have done C.shouldn't have done 4.No wonder you feel sick now. You ... all the cake. A.didn't have to eat B.shouldn't have eaten C.didn't need to eat 5.I ... glasses some years ago. A.had to wear B.must have worn C.must have to wear 6.They haven't arrived yet. Well, they ... their train. A.could miss B.might have missed C.were able to miss 7.There were so many people in the bus that I ... . A.couldn't move B.couldn't have moved C.wasn't allowed to move 8.I ... so I stayed at home. A.shouldn't have gone B.needn't have gone C.didn't need to go 9.I ... watch TV after 10 p.m. when I was a teenager. A.wasn't allowed to B.wasn't obligated to C.didn't have to 10.He ... your car. I'm sure it was someone else. A.can't have destroyed B.might not have destroyed C.shouldn't have destroyed 11.Where is she? She ... here an hour ago. A.had to be B.may have been C.should have been 12.I ... to that boring party. It was just a waste of time. A.couldn't have gone B.didn't need to go C.needn't have gone

13.She ... swim very well when she was 10. A.was able to B.could C.can 14.In 1960's every child ... wear an uniform in school. A.was allowed to B.was able to C.was obligated to 15.You ... such insulting things. A.didn't have to say B.mustn't have said C.shouldn't have said

A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING


17. Cumulative Verb Tense Review. Using the words in parentheses, complete the text below with the appropriate tense.

1. You look really great! (you, work) ______________________ out at the fitness center recently? 2. A: What (you, do) _____________________________ when the accident occurred? B: I (try) __________________________________ to change a light bulb that had burnt out. 3. I (have) _______________________ the same car for more than ten years. I'm thinking about buying a new one. 4. If it (snow) ________________________ this weekend, we (go) _____________________ skiing near Lake Tahoe. 5. A: What do you call people who work in libraries? B: They (call) _________________________________ librarians. 6. I came to England six months ago. I started my economics course three months ago. When I return to Australia, I (study) ___________________________ for nine months and I (be) _________________________ in England for exactly one year. 7. Sam (arrive) ___________________________ in San Diego a week ago. 8. Samantha (live) _________________________ in Berlin for more than two years. In fact, she (live) _____________________________ there when the Berlin wall came down. 9. If Vera (keep) _______________________ drinking, she (lose, eventually) _________________ her job. 10. The Maya established a very advanced civilization in the jungles of the Yucatan; however, their culture (disappear, virtually) ____________________ by the time Europeans first (arrive) __________________________ in the New World.

11. Shhhhh! Be quiet! John (sleep) ______________________.

12. It (rain) _______________________________ all week. I hope it stops by Saturday because I want to go to the beach. 13. Listen Donna, I don't care if you (miss) _________________________________ the bus this morning. You (be) ___________________________________ late to work too many times. You are fired! 14. I am sick of rain and bad weather! Hopefully, when we (wake) ______________________________ up tomorrow morning, the sun (shine) _______________________________________. 15. I have not traveled much yet; however, I (visit) ________________________________ the Grand Canyon and San Francisco by the time I leave the United States. 16. I (see) ____________________________ many pictures of the pyramids before I went to Egypt. Pictures of the monuments are very misleading. The pyramids are actually quite small. 17. In the last hundred years, traveling (become) __________________________ much easier and very comfortable. In the 19th century, it (take) ________________________ two or three months to cross North America by covered wagon. The trip (be) ______________________ very rough and often dangerous. Things (change) __________________________ a great deal in the last hundred and fifty years. Now you can fly from New York to Los Angeles in a matter of hours. 18. Joseph's English (improve, really) _______________________, isn't it? He (watch) ______________________________ American television programs and (study) __________________________ his grammar every day since he first arrived in San Diego. Soon he will be totally fluent. 19. When I (arrive) __________________________ home last night, I discovered that Jane (prepare) _____________________________ a beautiful candlelight dinner. 20. If you (need) ______________________ to contact me sometime next week, I (stay) ______________________ at the Sheraton in San Francisco.

19. Cumulative Verb Tense Review. Complete questions 1-10 below with the appropriate tenses,
answer questions 11-15.

1. When Carol (call) _______________________ last night, I (watch) ___________________ my favorite show on television.

2. I (work) _____________________________ for this company for more than thirty years, and I intend to stay here until I retire! 3. Sharon (love) ________________________ to travel. She (go) __________________________ abroad almost every summer. Next year, she plans to go to Peru. 4. Thomas is an author. He (write) _________________ mystery novels and travel memoirs. He (write) ____________________ since he was twenty-eight. Altogether, he (write) ______________________ seven novels, three collections of short stories and a book of poetry. 5. We were late because we had some car problems. By the time we (get) ________________ to the train station, Susan (wait) ___________________ for us for more than two hours. 6. Sam (try) ________________ to change a light bulb when he (slip) _______________ and (fell) ________________. 7. Every day I (wake) _________________ up at 6 o'clock, (eat) _________________ breakfast at 7 o'clock and (leave) ________________ for work at 8 o'clock. However, this morning I (get) _____________________ up at 6:30, (skip) _____________________ breakfast and (leave) ____________________ for work late because I (forget) __________________________ to set my alarm. 8. Right now, Jim (read) ____________________ the newspaper and Kathy (make) __________________ dinner. Last night at this time, they (do) __________________the same thing. She (cook) ___________________ and he (read) ______________________ the newspaper. Tomorrow at this time, they (do, also) ____________________ the same thing. She (prepare) _________________________ dinner and he (read) _______________________. They are very predictable people! 9. By this time next summer, you (complete) ____________________ your studies and (find) ________________ a job. I, on the other hand, (accomplish, not) _____________________ anything. I (study, still) ________________ and you (work) ___________________ in some new high paying job. 10. The students (be, usually) ____________________ taught by Mrs. Monty. However, this week they (teach) ____________________ by Mr. Tanzer. ************ 11. Jane talks on the phone. Bob has been talking on the phone for an hour. Mary is talking on the phone. Who is not necessarily on the phone now? ________________________ 12. I'm going to make dinner for Frank. I'm making dinner for Judy. I'll make dinner for Mary. I make dinner for Ted. I will be making dinner for Tony.

Who are you offering to make dinner for? __________________________ 13.Jane left when Tim arrived. Bob left when Tim had arrived. When Tim arrived, Mary was leaving. John had left when Tim arrived. After Tim arrived, Frank left. Who did not run into Tim? ______________________ 14.Jane is talking in class. Bob always talks in class. Mary is always talking in class. Whose action bothers you? _______________________________ 15.Jane never left Jamestown. Bob has never left Jamestown. Who is still alive? _______________________

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KEY.verb tenses revision 1. http://testyourenglish.org/test-59-result


1. By the time you arrive, she will have gone (go). 2. By the end of the week he will have spent (spend) all his money. 3. Don't phone me between 8 a.m. and 12 p.m. I will be working (work). 4. I suppose the concert will finish (finish) about 6. 5. This time next week I will be relaxing (relax) at the beach. 6. I can visit you at 5. We WILL HAVE FINISHED (finish) the game by then. 7. This time tomorrow I will be flying (fly) to France. 8. I will be (be) very sad if you do that. 9. Next month we will have been married (be married) for 25 years. 10. Tomorrow at 6 p.m she WILL BE WRITING (write) a very important essay. 11. I think she will pass (pass) tomorrow's exam. 12. I will tell (tell) you everything when I go back. 13. John is very upset today. I will try (try) to talk to him. 14. In half an hour everybody will be watching (watch) the film. 15. Sorry, but I can't come at 5. I will be playing (play) football with my mates.

2. http://testyourenglish.org/test-61-result
1. I won't do (not do) that if he doesn't apologize to me. 2. We will leave (leave) this house as soon as possible. 3. You should recognize her easily. She will be wearing (wear) a red skirt in your blind date.

4. This time next month I will be enjoying (enjoy) the holidays. 5. They will have to (have to) change their diet if they want to keep fit. 6. You can visit me tomorrow. I won't be doing (not do) anything important. 7. I suppose the weather will be (be) good. 8. Hold on, I will give (give) you a lift. 9. At 10 p.m. I will GO (go) to bed to get some rest. (SUDDEN DECISION) 10. He won't be able (not be able) to carry such a heavy bag. 11. Can I borrow your car? Sure, I won't BE USING (not use) it until Friday. 12. I will help (help) you as soon as I finish this project. 13. I wish I could visit you, but this time tomorrow I will be managing (manage) a very important project. 14. I can't go with you, but I will make (make) it up to you. 15. I think he will find (find) this work more interesting when he grows up. 16. She won't come (not come) with us, I'm sure. 17. At 11 p.m. I will be sleeping (sleep).

3. http://testyourenglish.org/test-56-result
1. I promise I won't tell (not tell) anybody about this accident. 2. Are you going to stay (you stay) with him? 3. Don't be afraid honey. Everything WILL BE (be) OK. 4. I think I will be (be) very rich when I grow up. 5. Where are you going Matt? Well, I AM GOING TO BUY (buy) some food for the evening. 6. I feel so terrible. I AM GOING TO BE(be) sick. 7. Where is he for so long? I WILL KILL (kill) him when he's back, I promise. 8. We're going to the cinema tonight. WILL YOU JOIN (you join) us?

9. Hi Kate, I AM GOING TO ORGANISE (organise) a party. Do you feel like coming? 10. Will you go with us? No, I think I WILL GIVE (give) it a miss. 11. Look at the clouds. It IS GOING TO RAIN (rain). 12. Our plane is on fire! We ARE GOING TO DIE (die). 13. We're going to Ireland next week. Well, I think I WILL JOIN (join) you. 14. I AM NOT GOING TO TOLERATE (not tolerate) such behaviour. 15. I WILL PROBABLY PASS (probably pass) the exam.

4. http://testyourenglish.org/test-57 1B/2/3/4C/5B/6/7B/8B/9/10/11C/12C/13C/14C/15A 5. 1B/2B/3D/4C/5D/6A

6. http://www.tolearnenglish.com/exercises/exercise-english-2/exercise-english-66796.php
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Don't come before 5pm, I'll be working (I/ work) at my office. Come at 5.30pm, I'll have finished (I/ finish) working. Do you think you'll still be living (you/ still/ live) in the same house next year? If you can, come to see me, I'll be staying (I/ stay) at the Beach Hotel until Saturday. In my dreams, tomorrow I'll be snuggling up (I/snuggle up) to you and not taking my exam ! I'm visiting Australia at the moment, at the end I'll have travelled (I/ travel) more than 6000 km. I'll come to join you around 7pm, my meeting will have ended ; (my meeting/ end) by then. I can imagine that tomorrow the holiday will have finished (the holiday/ finish), it's sad.

7. http://www.e-grammar.org/present-simple-continuous/test2-exercise1/

1.Look. He IS LISTENING to us. (listen) 2.We ARE STAYING at a hotel this week. (stay) 3.I GO to bed early on Sundays. (go) 4.My mother is at the shop. She IS BUYING a new dress. (buy) 5.Jill HAS/HAS GOT a lot of money. (have) 6.The bus LEAVES on Sunday night. (leave) 7.Please, stop! You ARE DRIVING so fast! (drive) 8.We MEET in Berlin each year. (meet) 9.We ARE GOING to the disco on Friday. (go) 10.He usually COMES on time. (come) 8. http://www.englishtenses.com/quiz/sherlock Mr. Sherlock Holmes

Mr. Sherlock Holmes, who was (be) usually very late in the mornings, save upon those not infrequent occasions when he was up all night, was seated at the breakfast table. I stood (stand) upon the hearth-rug and picked up (pick up) the stick which our visitor had left (leave) behind him the night before. It was a fine, thick piece of wood, bulbous-headed, of the sort which is known as a "Penang lawyer." Just under the head was (be) a broad silver band nearly an inch across. "To James Mortimer, M.R.C.S., from his friends of the C.C.H.," was engraved (1 point) (engrave) upon it, with the date "1884." It was just such a stick as the old-fashioned family practitioner used to carry-dignified, solid, and reassuring. "Well, Watson, what do you make (you make) of it?" Holmes was sitting (sit) with his back to me, and I had given (give) him no sign of my occupation. "How did you know (you know) what I was doing (do)? I believe (1 point) (believe) you have eyes in the back of your head." 9. http://www.e-grammar.org/past-simple-continuous/test2-exercise1/ 1.was driving; 2.saw; 3.was watching; 4. Stopped; 5.got; 6.was getting; 7.ran; 8.went; 9. Was getting; 10.appeared; 11.sat; 12.started; 13.didnt move; 14.barked; 15.started; 16.followed; 17.saw; 18.were bleeding. 10. http://www.e-grammar.org/if-clauses/test1-exercise2/ 1.WOULD we HAVE (have) enough time if we wanted to see the castle? 2.In case you BUY (buy) a car, will you teach me to drive? 3.If I HAD NOT BEEN(not be) in a hurry, I wouldn't have made so many mistakes. 4.She won't finish it on time if she DOESNT START (not start) right now. 5.She WOULD HAVE GOT (get angry) if you had told her. 6.On condition that they SUPPORTED (support) our product, they would get a discount. 7.It will be a disaster unless they HELP (help) us. 8.If you HAD HAD (have) something to eat, you wouldn't have felt sick. 9.I wouldn't risk it if I WERE (be) you. 10.She would get fat if she DID NOT STOP (not stop) eating. 11.The chicken wasn't good. It WOULD HAVE TASTED (taste) better if you had put some spices on it. 12. http://testyourenglish.org/test-127-result
1. She is a gifted girl. I think she should BE GIVEN(give) a scholarship. 2. Fortunately, the burglars HAVE ALREADY BEEN ARRESTED(already arrest). 3. By the time we finish school, the gallery WILL HAVE BEEN BUILT (build). 4. Peter SHOULD HAVE BEEN INFORMED (should inform) about the danger before he went climbing. 5. I wish they WERE ACCUSED (accuse) of taking part in the robbery.

6. Tom IS BELIEVED (believe) to be the best player in our team. 7. These documents HAVE TO BE DELIVERED (have to deliever) by midnight. 8. Poland IS SAID (say) to be a nice country. 9. The exhibition CAN BE SEEN (can see) at the art gallery. 10. I don't belive it was Steve. Your car MUST HAVE BEEN STOLEN (must steal) by someone else. 11. Before the police arrived, the thief HAD BEEN CAUGHT(catch) by our neighbour.

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1. Every day we HAVE A NEWSPAPER DELIVERED (deliver a newspaper). 2. Sometimes I have a terrible headache. Maybe I should HAVE MAY HEAD EXAMINED (examine my head) by a doctor. 3. I had to HAVE MY SCREEN FIXED (fix my screen) because it had broken. 4. I HAVE MY HOUSE CLEANED (clean my house) every week. 5. Sue's got late becAUse she IS HAVING HER CAR SERVICED (service her car) now. 6. It's said you should HAVE YOUR BRAKES TESTED (test your brakes) at least once a year. 7. I think I should HAVE MY HEARING CHECKED (check my hearing) by a specialist. 8. I HAD MY ARM BROKEN (break my arm) in a car accident yesterday. 9. My car looked awful so I HAD IT WASHED (wash it). 10. I look terrible. I must HAVE MY HAIR CUT (cut my hair). 14. document from scribd 2. hasnt been recorded; 3.stole; 4. Didnt finish; 5. Is complaining; 6.was taken; 7.burn; 8.were delayed; 9.is known; 10.has been done; 11.was closed; 12. Runs; 13. Was built; 14.will be

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1. You look really great! (you, work) have you been working out at the fitness center recently? 2. A: What (you, do) were you doing when the accident occurred? B: I (try) was trying to change a light bulb that had burnt out. 3. I (have) have had the same car for more than ten years. I'm thinking about buying a new one. 4. If it (snow) snows this weekend, we (go) will go skiing near Lake Tahoe. 5. A: What do you call people who work in libraries? B: They (call) are called librarians. 6. I came to England six months ago. I started my economics course three months ago. When I return to Australia, I (study) will have been studying for nine months and I (be) will have been in England for exactly one year. 7. Sam (arrive) arrived in San Diego a week ago. 8. Samantha (live) lived in Berlin for more than two years. In fact, she (live) was living there when the Berlin wall came down. 9. If Vera (keep) keeps drinking, she (lose, eventually) will eventually lose her job. 10. The Maya established a very advanced civilization in the jungles of the Yucatan; however, their culture (disappear, virtually) had virtually disappeared by the time Europeans first (arrive) arrived in the New World. 11. Shhhhh! Be quiet! John (sleep) is sleeping. 12. It (rain) has been raining all week. I hope it stops by Saturday because I want to go to the beach. 13. Listen Donna, I don't care if you (miss) missed the bus this morning. You (be) have been late to work too many times. You are fired! 14. I am sick of rain and bad weather! Hopefully, when we (wake) wake up tomorrow morning, the sun (shine) will be shining. 15. I have not traveled much yet; however, I (visit) will have visited the Grand Canyon and San Francisco by the time I leave the United States. 16. I (see) had seen many pictures of the pyramids before I went to Egypt. Pictures of the monuments are very misleading. The pyramids are actually quite small. 17. In the last hundred years, traveling (become) has become much easier and very comfortable. In the 19th century, it (take) took two or three months to cross North America by covered wagon. The trip (be) was very rough and often dangerous. Things (change) have changed a great deal in the last hundred and fifty years. Now you can fly from New York to Los Angeles in a matter of hours. 18. Joseph's English (improve, really) is really improving, isn't it? He (watch) has been watching American television programs and (study) has been studying his grammar every day since he first arrived in San Diego. Soon he will be totally fluent. 19. When I (arrive) arrived home last night, I discovered that Jane (prepare) had prepared a beautiful candlelight dinner. 20. If you (need) need to contact me sometime next week, I (stay) will be staying at the Sheraton in San Francisco.

19. http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/verbs30finaltest.htm 1. When Carol (call) called last night, I (watch) was watching my favorite show on television. 2. I (work) have been working for this company for more than thirty years, and I intend to stay here until I retire! 3. Sharon (love) loves to travel. She (go) goes abroad almost every summer. Next year, she plans to go to Peru. 4. Thomas is an author. He (write) writes mystery novels and travel memoirs. He (write) has been writing since he was twenty-eight. Altogether, he (write) has written seven novels, three collections of short stories and a book of poetry. 5. We were late because we had some car problems. By the time we (get) got to the train station, Susan (wait) had been waiting for us for more than two hours. 6. Sam (try) was trying to change a light bulb when he (slip) slipped and (fell) fell. 7. Everyday I (wake) wake up at 6 o'clock, (eat) eat breakfast at 7 o'clock and (leave) leave for work at 8 o'clock. However, this morning I (get) got up at 6:30, (skip) skippedbreakfast and (leave) left for work late because I (forget) had forgotten to set my alarm. 8. Right now, Jim (read) is reading the newspaper and Kathy (make) is making dinner. Last night at this time, they (do) were doing the same thing. She (cook) was cooking and he (read) was reading the newspaper. Tomorrow at this time, they (do, also) will also be doing the same thing. She (prepare) will be preparing dinner and he (read) will be reading. They are very predictable people! 9. By this time next summer, you (complete) will have completed your studies and (find) will have found a job. I, on the other hand, (accomplish, not) will not have accomplished anything. I (study, still) will still be studying and you (work) will be working in some new high paying job. 10. The students (be, usually) are usually taught by Mrs. Monty. However, this week they (teach) are being taught by Mr. Tanzer. 11. Jane talks on the phone. Bob has been talking on the phone for an hour. Mary is talking on the phone. Who is not necessarily on the phone now? Jane 12. I'm going to make dinner for Frank. I'm making dinner for Judy. I'll make dinner for Mary. I make dinner for Ted. I will be making dinner for Tony. Who are you offering to make dinner for? Mary 13.

Jane left when Tim arrived. Bob left when Tim had arrived. When Tim arrived, Mary was leaving. John had left when Tim arrived. After Tim arrived, Frank left. Who did not run into Tim? John 14. Jane is talking in class. Bob always talks in class. Mary is always talking in class. Whose action bothers you? Mary's 15. Jane never left Jamestown. Bob has never left Jamestown. Who is still alive? Bob

Tense
Present simple Present continuous

Example
I play football every week.

Explanation
Here you want to say that it happens regularly.

Here you want to say that it is happening at the moment. I'm playing football now. You did it yesterday, it happened in the past., the action is finished.

Past simple

I played football yesterday.

Past continuous

I was playing football the whole evening.

You were doing it in the past. It's not sure whether the action was finished or not.

Present Perfect Present Perfect Continuous Past Perfect

I have just played football.

You have just finished it. So it has a connection to the present. Maybe your clothes are dirty.

I have been playing football for 2 hours. I had played football when Susan came.

You want to say how long you have been doing it. (You started in the past and it continues up to the present. The two actions are related to each other: you had finished to play football and after that the girl arrived.

Past Perfect Continuous

I had been playing football when Susan came.

Here you want to point out how long you had been doing it before the girl came.

This is a prediction, you can probably do something else. will future going to future Future Continuous Future Perfect Conditional Simple Conditional Continuous I will play football next week. I'm going to play football this afternoon. I will be playing football next Sunday. I will have played football by tomorrow. I would play football. You'll probably do it. Here you concentrate more on the progress of the action. This is a plan you've made.

You do it every Sunday (as usual)

You will have done it before tomorrow.

You'll probably do it.

I would be playing football.

Conditional Perfect

You'll probably have finished playing football at a special time in the future. Here you concentrate on the fact I would have played football. (football).

Conditional Perfect Continuous

I would have been playing football.

You'll probably have finished playing football at a special time in the future. Here you concentrate on the progress of playing (football).