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  1. Write the plurals
  1. Write the correct form of the nouns
  1. I need some ____ to light the fire.

2.The bay has got two new _____.

3.Alex saw some _____ running across the floor.

4.If a houseplant is given too much water, its lower____turn yellow.

5.New scientific ____ are made every day

6.In the mountains we saw some_____, _______ ______ and wild ______.

7. I can see trees and _____ outside the window.

  1. Complete the sentences with the possessive form of the nouns
  1. Add apostrophes to the possessive nouns
  1. Jims last name is Smith.
  1. Jim’s last name is Smith.
  2. Bobs cat likes to sleep on the sofa
  3. My teachers names are MS. Rice and MR. Molina.
  4. My mothers first name is Maria.

1. Write the comparative and the superlative forms of the following adjectives.

2.Complete the sentences using the correct form of the adjectives in brackets .

  1. Jill’s a ________ (intelligent) person than my brother.
  2. Kate was the_________ (practical) of the family.
  3. Greg felt __________ (bad) yesterday than the day before.
  4. This cake is the ____________ (good) I’ve ever tasted.
  5. Jack was the________ (tall) of the two.
  6. Jack is the__________ (clever) of the three brothers.
  7. If you need any ___________ (far) information, please contact our head office.
  8. The sinking of Titanic is one of _____________ (famous) shipwreck stories of all time.
  9. Please, send the books back without_________ (far) delay.
  10. The deposits of oil in Russia are the __________ (rich) in the world.
  11. Could you come a bit _______ (early) tomorrow?
  12. I like this song _________ (well) than the previous one.
  13. Which of these two performances did you enjoy ________ (much)?

1. Fill in the gap with the correct object pronoun.

  1. Who is that lady? — Why are you looking at __________?
  2. Do you know that young handsome man?-Yes, I study with __________.
  3. Please, listen to _______. I want to express my point of view.
  4. These puppies are so nice! Do you want to look at ______.
  5. We like this house. We’re going to buy _________.
  6. He can’t see _______ because we are sitting in the last row.
  7. Where are the keys to our flat? I can’t find _______.
  8. Where is Ann? I want to talk to _________.
  9. This snake is poisonous. I’m very afraid of _______.
  10. Don’t wait for _______ for dinner. I’ll return very late at night.
  11. He left Polotsk long ago. I haven’t seen _______ since.
  12. You can fully rely on _______. We won’t let you down.

2. Complete the sentences with reflexive pronouns.

  1. I am angry with __________.
  2. He fell down and hurt __________.
  3. Tell me more about __________.
  4. She believes in __________.
  5. We are sure of __________.
  6. They did everything __________.
  7. Did you translate the text __________.
  8. I saw everything __________.
  9. The knife was sharp, and she cut __________.
  10. They introduced __________.
  11. Can you do many things _________?
  12. Does your friend Nick often talk to you about _________?
  13. Did your mother buy anything for _________ last week?
  14. Are you always sure of _________?
  15. Do you believe in _________?
  16. Did the pupils answer all the questions _________?
  17. Did you make the dress ______________ .

3 . Complete the sentences using possessive pronouns.

  1. This is my mum. _________ name’s Jess.
  2. These are my sisters. ________ names are Mary and Dina.
  3. These are my parents. _________ names are Tanya and Bob
  4. This is my cousin. _________ name’s Helen.
  5. This is my cousin. ______ name’s Fred
  6. This is my aunt. _______ name’s Pam.
  1. Insert absolute possessive pronouns.

Jason: Whose sunglasses are these?

Kate They’re Amy’s, I think. Yes, they’re (1) _______.

Paul: Whose baseball cap is this?

Amy: That’s (2) ______ too! Thanks.

Kate: Ugh! Whose dirty towel is this?

Jason: Ask Paul. I think it’s (3) __________ .

Paul: Yes, it is. Thanks. You’ve got a great T-shirt, Amy!

Kate: Thanks. I borrowed it from my big sister. So it’s (4) __________ really.

Jason: What about this umbrella?

Paul: Don’t be silly, Jason! You brought it, so it must be (5) __________.

Kate: Does this beach ball belong to us?

Jason: No, it isn’t (6) __________. Those kids over there were looking for a ball, so it’s (7) _________ probably.

1.Write four forms of the following verbs

  1. The ___ hat is red.
  1. The ____hats are red.
  2. The _______toys are all over the floor.
  3. I fixed the ______bike.
  4. This is a _____purse.
  5. That store sells _____clothes.
  6. Do you know my ____husband?
  1. smile
  2. run
  3. sleep
  4. stop
  5. write
  6. cut
  7. plan
  8. say

1. Put the following sentences into the correct tense: Simple Past , Simple Present , Present Continuous or Past Continuous , Present Perfect .

  1. I ________ (listen) to the radio while Mary __________ (cook) dinner.
  2. You __________ (buy) this book yesterday?
  3. Last Friday Jill __________ (go) home early because she __________ (want) to see a film.
  4. When your brother usually __________ (get) home in the evening?
  5. Jane always __________ (bring) us a nice present.
  6. What those people __________ (do) in the middle of the road?
  7. You __________ (read) this book?
  8. While Fred __________ (sleep), Judy __________ (watch) TV.
  9. When I __________ (be) young, I __________ (think) Mary __________ (be) nice — but now I __________ (think) she’s fantastic.
  10. Jill __________ (walk) home when she __________ (see) her husband’s car outside the cinema
  11. Look there! Sue and Tim __________ (run) to school.
  12. Jack’s father __________ (not work) in London — he __________ (not speak) English.
  13. Joe __________ (buy) a car yesterday.
  14. Their father often __________ (go) to rock concerts.
  15. While you __________ (sleep), mother __________ (arrive).
  1. Put the following sentences into the correct tense: Present Perfect, Past

Simple, Present Perfect Continuous.

  1. Today is Thursday, and John ________ (be) late twice this week; he________ (be) late yesterday and on Monday.
  2. I first________ (meet) George a month ago, and I ________ (meet) him several times since then.
  3. It is October now, and we ________ (do) a lot of work this year; we ________ (do) a lot last year too.
  4. She ________ (buy) a coat last winter, but she________ (not / buy) a new dress since 2008.
  5. It’s only the middle of the month, and he________ (spend) (already) most of his salary; he ________ (spend) $60 yesterday,
  6. I ________ (break) my leg in 1991, but I ________ (break) (never) my arm.
  7. He’s over sixty, and he’s still working. He ________ (work) hard all his life. When he ________ (be) a young man, he sometimes ________ (work) all night.
  8. The postman ________ (come) at eight yesterday, but it’s now half past eight and he ________ (not / come) yet.
  9. Today is May 25th. Ted ________ (not / be) absent this month.
  10. He ________ (feel) extremely ill when he went to hospital, but he ________ (feel) much better since he came out of hospital a month ago.

3.Put the verb into the correct form, present simple or past simple, active or passive .

1 . It’s a big factory. Five hundred people are employed (employ) there.

2. Water ___________ (cover) most of the Earth’s surface.

3. Most of the Earth’s surface ___________ (cover) by water.

4. The park gates ___________ (lock) at 6.30 p.m. every evening.

5. The letter __________ (post) a week ago and it ____________ (arrive) yesterday.

6. The boat ________ (sink) quickly but fortunately everybody ________________ (rescue).

7. Jacob’s parents _____________ (die) when he was very young. He and his sister _________ (bring) up by their grandparents.

8. I was born in London but I __________ (grow) up in the north of England.

9. While I was on holiday, my camera ________ (steal) from my hotel room.

10. While I was on holiday, my camera _________ (disappear) from my hotel room.

11. The company is not independent. It ________________ (own) by a much larger company.

12. I saw an accident last night. Somebody __________ (call) an ambulance but nobody ___________ (injure) so the ambulance _____________ (not / need).

  1. Use passive or active voice.

1. Nobody (to see) him yesterday. 2. The telegram (to receive) tomorrow. 3. He (to give) me this book next week. 4. The answer to this question can (to find) in the encyclopedia. 5. We (to show) the historical monuments of the capital to the delegation. 6. You can (to find) interesting information about the life in the USA in this book. 7. Budapest (to divide) into two parts: Buda and Pest. 8. Yuri Dolgoruki (to found) Moscow in 1147. 9. Moscow University (to found) by Lomonosov. 10. We (to call) Zhukovski the father of Russian aviation.

1.Choose the right participle

This exercise is ________.

On Christmas Eve, many children are so ______ that they stay up all night.

My friend has a very ______ habit.

I had such a ______ day I went straight to bed.

We were_________ after our holidays.

Their hamburgers are ________ .

I’m not __________ with my job.

George always talks about the same things, he is so __________.

I like this actor but the film was _________.

English grammar can be________.

2.Write the right form of the participles.

1.The people I work with are _____ with their work.

2.John was ______ by the news report.

3.We thought that the instructions were _____

4.It’s an ______little story. You should read it.

5.Working late every day is_____.

6.I’m not really _____ in sport.

7.Do you feel ____about them?

8.All this information is making me ____.

9.I had a ____weekend because of the rain.

10.Young children are often ____of the dark.

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Сборник грамматических упражнений по подготовке к Единому государственному экзамену по английскому языку

В данной разработке даны грамматические упражнения по подготовке к ЕГЭ по английскому языку. Пособие предназначено для обучающихся школ, организаций среднего и высшего образования, учителей английского языка.

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«Сборник грамматических упражнений по подготовке к Единому государственному экзамену по английскому языку»

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«Калмыцкая национальная гимназия им. Кичикова А.Ш.»

Сборник грамматических упражнений

к Единому государственному экзамену

по английскому языку

Аджаева Валентина Мучаевна,

учитель английского языка

Высшая квалификационная категория

1. Present Tenses

Use of Present Simple Tense

Use of Present Continuous Tense

Use of State and Activity Verbs

Grammar exercises (Present Simple and Present Continuous)

Use of Present Perfect Tense

Use of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Grammar exercises (All Present Tenses)

2.1. Use of Past Simple Tense

2.2. Grammar exercises (Past Simple and Present Perfect)

2.2. Use of Past Continuous Tense

2.3. Use of Past Perfect Tense

2.5. Use of Past Perfect Continuous Tense

2.6. Grammar exercises (All Past Tenses)

3.1. Use of Future Simple Tense

3.2. Use of Future Continuous Tense

3.3 Use of Future Perfect Tense

3.4. Use of Future Perfect Continuous Tense

3.5. Use of Going to — Future

3.6. Grammar exercises (All Future Tenses)

5.1. Table of the verbs

5.2. Grammar exercises

6. Reported Speech

6.1. Table of the verbs

6.2. Grammar exercises

7. Gerund and Infinitive

7.1. List Table of the verbs

7.2. Grammar exercises

8.1. Grammar exercises

9.1. Grammar and Vocabulary exercises

1.1Present Simple Tense is used for permanent situations;

for repeated actions in the present;

for facts which are permanently true;

for timetables or programs.

Adverbs of frequency: every day, often, always, sometimes, never, rarely, seldom 1.2. Present Continuous Tense is used for temporary situations; for actions happening at or around the time of speaking; for fixed arrangements in the near future. Am/is/are+ Ving Adverbs of frequency: now, at the moment, at present, Look! Listen!

1.3. Use of State and Activity Verbs

There are verbs that are not normally used in the Continuous Tense, because they describe rather state than an action. They are called state verb (non-progressive verbs). The verbs that can be used in the Continuous Tense are called action verbs (dynamic verbs).

State Verb List

look (seem), love, matter, mean, measure, mind, need, owe, own, possess, promise, realize, recognize, remember, resemble, satisfy, see, smell, sound, adore, agree, appear (seem), appreciate, be (exist), believe, belong to, concern, consist of, contain, cost, deny, depend on, deserve, detest, disagree, dislike, doubt, equal, feel, hate, have (possession), hear, imagine, include, involve, know, lack, like, loathe, suppose, surprise, taste, think (opinion), understand, want, weigh, wish.

There are some verbs that can be both state and action verbs depending on their meaning.

Have, be, see, taste, smell, think, weigh, feel, look

1.4. Grammar exercises (Present Simple and Present Continuous)

Put the verbs into the present simple and present continuous.

Hurry up! The train (leave). I (not want) to miss it.

My friend (not belong) to the theatre society.

The Neva River (flow) into the Baltic Sea. It (flow) very slow today — slower than usual.

You can (borrow) my car, I (not drive) this week.

My granny usually (grow) flower in the garden but this year she (grow) vegetables.

Ken is in Paris and he (stay) at the Hilton hotel but usually he (stay) with his friends.

This soup (taste) terrible. I think I forgot to put the salt in it.

The kids (make) lots of noise, because Sarah is having a party.

Sorry, but I (not understand) what you are talking about.

Would you like some coffee? Yes, please, I (like) it much.

Put the verbs into the present simple and present continuous.

This train (not arrive) at 9 o’clock.

I (to visit) a doctor tomorrow morning.

Kate (not know) English very well. She (to want) to know it better.

I can’t play the guitar but I (to learn) it now.

Kurt (live) very far from school but he (to be) never late.

The river (to flow) very fast today. It usually (flow) slower.

His mother is worried because the number of his poor marks (to increase).

Hurry! The bus (to come) and I (not want) to miss it.

I (get) thirsty! Let’s have a drink!

Tom and James (to have) a conversation. Do not disturb them!

Housewives (to have) to work very hard.

The sun (to rise) in the east and (to set) in the west.

Can you hear? Someone (to knock) at the door?

These workers are never satisfied. They always (complain).

This dress (not fit) you anymore.

You (to look) wonderful today.

I am sorry but I (not understand) what he (to mean).

What you (to look) at?

She (to seem) to be very busy right now.

Rubbish! I (not believe) you!

Put the verbs into the present simple and present continuous.

This soup (taste) terrible. I think I forgot to put the salt in it.

The kids (make) lots of noise, because Sarah is having a party.

Sorry, but I (not understand) what you are talking about.

If it (rain) on weekend we’ll stay at home.

Would you like some coffee? Yes, please, I (like) it much.

What are you doing? I (fill) his forehead to see if it is hot.

She (look) very pretty today in her new hair dress.

What you (look) at? The picture I painted two years ago.

I (think) about visiting my grandparents this summer.

It (look) like it’s going to snow.

What you (weigh) on the scales?

She (smell) roses in the garden now.

Shame on you! You always (come) late for school.

I (think) he is really very clever.

Will you call me as soon as you (come) home?

Can you wait? I (have) a dinner right now.

The book is big and heavy. It (weigh) too much.

She (like) the film they (watch) now.

I (not believe) him anymore.

I used to eat fat food but I (prefer) healthier food.

Everything is fixed. I (see) my boss tomorrow.

Do you understand what he (mean) now?

Everyone (know) that the climate on the Earth (get) warmer.

Do not disturb me, I (work).

Look! What they (do)?

Although I (not believe) you, I will do it.

How often she (go) to the gym?

She always (listen) to her friend’s advice.

Who he (speak) to now?

They (play) the concert next week.

Put the verbs into the present simple and present continuous.

What are you doing? I (fill) his forehead to see if it is hot.

She (look) very pretty today in her new hairdo.

What you (look) at? The picture I painted two years ago.

She (to eat) it every day.

The climate here (to become) colder.

Your friend (not feel) well. Can you call him?

She (not go) out very often.

My granny’s hair (to get) grey.

What a noise! What you (to do) here?

Your mother (to work) in the bank?

Put the verbs into the present simple and present continuous.

She (to eat) it every day.

The climate here (to become) colder.

Your friend (not feel) well. Can you call him?

She (not go) out very often.

My granny’s hair (to get) grey.

What a noise! What you (to do) here?

Listen! Anyone (to follow) us?

This train (not arrive) at 9 o’clock.

I (to visit) a doctor tomorrow morning.

Kate (not know) English very well. She (to want) to know it better.

I can’t play the guitar but I (to learn) it now.

Kurt (live) very far from school but he (to be) never late.

The river (to flow) very fast today. It usually (flow) slower.

His mother is worried because the number of his poor marks (to increase).

Hurry! The bus (to come) and I (not want) to miss it.

I (get) thirsty! Let’s have a drink!

Tom and James (to have) a conversation. Do not disturb them!

Housewives (to have) to work very hard.

The sun (to rise) in the east and (to set) in the west.

Can you hear? Someone (to knock) at the door?

These workers are never satisfied. They always (complain).

This dress (not fit) you anymore.

You (to look) wonderful today.

I am sorry but I (not understand) what he (to mean).

What you (to look) at?

She (to seem) to be very busy right now.

Rubbish! I (not believe) you!

Wow! The soup (to taste) delicious!

How many chapters the book (to consist) of?

Your mother (to work) in the bank?

1.5. Present Perfect Simple is used: for actions which happened at an unstated time in the past;

to express actions which have finished so recently that there is evidence in the present;

for actions which started in the past and continue up to the present;

for a past action whose time is not mentioned but it is connected with the present.

Has/have + past participle

Adverbs of frequency: just, yet, never, already, ever, so far, up to now, recently, lately, always, since, for

1.6. Present Perfect Continuous Tense is used: for actions which started in the past and continue up to the present;

for past actions of certain duration which have visible results or effect in the present;

to express irritation, anger , annoyance, explanation or criticism;

to put emphasis on duration, usually with for, since, how long.

Adverbs of frequency: all day, the whole day, since, for Questions with how long

1.7. Grammar exercises (All Present Tenses)

Put the verbs into the Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous.

The company is huge. It (create) a thousand new jobs so far.

We already (learn) a lot of English words.

Who (write) this article?

We (produce) this product since the beginning of the year.

I (have) this car for 20 years and it’s as reliable as ever.

I’m afraid the company is going bankrupt. It (have) problems lately.

So, what you (do) since I last saw you? What’s new?

Now many of these questions you (manage) to get right?

I’m a little bit worried about Mike. He (act) strange.

He’s an awful driver. He (have) four accidents in the last three months.

You (send) us a price list? We need it as soon as possible.

I (try) to fix the lock for the last two hours without any success.

You (find) the book yet?

He just (do) something for us.

How long you (learn) English?

Put the verbs into the Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, and Present Perfect Continuous.

What you just (talk) about?

We (talk) about it right now.

He just (to say) something about it.

She (to tell) them some interesting story.

He (tell) us nothing about it yet.

She has (to tell) them some stories about dogs.

We (have) two lessons today.

They (have) a meeting at the moment.

She (not speak) yet.

They already (ask) me several questions.

He already (learn) the rule.

I (write) an exercise now.

What he (do) right now? , — He (read) a newspaper.

You (read) any stories by Jack London?

What you (do) here? — I (write) a letter to my friends now.

What language you (study) at the moment?

What she (teach) them at school?

Who (teach) you to do it?

Listen! What are you (to look) for?

He (do) his task since morning, but he (not finish) it yet.

Put the verbs into the Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, and Present Perfect Continuous.

The plane (to leave) at 5 o’clock tomorrow morning.

They (to have) the cat since last year.

I (to see) my cousin next Monday.

How long you (to know) Mary Brown?

My friend (to look) for a new job at the moment.

My friend is upset because he (not find) a new job yet.

What a mess! What you (to do) with the kitchen?

The population on the planet (to grow) very fast.

I to wait) for you for an hour. Where you (to be)?

I can’t (to find) my passport. I am afraid I (to lose) it.

It’s time for them to be back. I’m afraid they (to lose) their way.

The Richards (live) here for 5 years.

You (to have) a lunch today?

How long it (to take) you to get to the office?

How often she (to go) to the Fitness Club?

He already (to type) three letters today.

She (not like) coffee.

She (not drink) coffee since she was a child.

How long he (to study) English? He is perfect at it.

Look at them! They (to play) very badly.

The fabric (to feel) like silk.

Why you (to feel) the radiator?

I just (to begin) doing my homework.

What perfume you (to smell)?

How long he (know) you?

Your hands are so dirty. What you (to do)?

Listen! What the kids (to do)?

Why you (to shout)? I am very angry with you.

I can’t visit her tomorrow. I (to have) an exam.

I’ve bought the tickets. On Sunday I (fly) to London.

The plane (to leave) at 5 o’clock tomorrow morning.

They (to have) the cat since last year.

I (to see) my cousin next Monday.

How long you (to know) Mary Brown?

Why you (smell) the flowers?

Put the verbs into the Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, and Present Perfect Continuous.

The plane (to leave) at 5 o’clock tomorrow morning.

They (to have) the cat since last year.

I (to see) my cousin next Monday.

How long you (to know) Mary Brown?

My friend (to look) for a new job at the moment.

My friend is upset because he (not find) a new job yet.

What a mess! What you (to do) with the kitchen?

The population on the planet (to grow) very fast.

I to wait) for you for an hour. Where you (to be)?

I can’t (to find) my passport. I am afraid I (to lose) it.

It’s time for them to be back. I’m afraid they (to lose) their way.

The Richards (live) here for 5 years.

You (to have) a lunch today?

How long it (to take) you to get to the office?

How often she (to go) to the Fitness Club?

He already (to type) three letters today.

She (not like) coffee.

She (not drink) coffee since she was a child.

How long he (to study) English? He is perfect at it.

Look at them! They (to play) very badly.

The fabric (to feel) like silk.

Why you (to feel) the radiator?

I just (to begin) doing my homework.

What perfume you (to smell)?

How long he (know) you?

Your hands are so dirty. What you (to do)?

Listen! What the kids (to do)?

Why you (to shout)? I am very angry with you.

I can’t visit her tomorrow. I (to have) an exam.

I’ve bought the tickets. On Sunday I (fly) to London

1). Action finished in the past 2). Series of completed actions in the past 3). Together with the Past Progressive/Continuous — The Simple Past interrupted an action which was in progress in the past.

5). Talking about people who are not alive

Adverbs of frequency: yesterday, last week, a month ago, in 2002

2.2. Grammar Exercises (Past Simple and Present Perfect Simple)

Put the verbs into the Past Simple and Present Perfect Simple , Present Simple

He (go) to school when he was 6.

Look at the man! You (know) him?

You (have) your lunch yet?

I (not go) to the office last week because of my illness.

You ever (be) to Paris?

We (know) each other since we (be) children.

My parents (not go) on holiday this year.

Alexander Pushkin is a famous Russian poet. He also (write) novels and stories.

What were you doing when I (call) you?

I’m busy, I still (work) on my project.

How long he (have) this dog?

Marilyn Monroe (star) in a lot of Hollywood films.

My sister (come) to visit me last week.

I (be) in the hospital before.

It (rain) a lot last summer.

Put the verbs into the Past Simple and Present Perfect Simple

How many chapters of the book you (read) so far?

I’m really nervous. Where you (be)?

We have nothing to eat. My brother (eat) everything.

You (eat) anything today?

When she (get) home last night she was very tired.

I’m looking for my key. You (see) it?

Mary (earn) a lot of money this year.

When she (leave) for London?

I (not do) my homework yesterday.

What books you (read) recently?

Look! There (be) a fire!

He is not at home. He just (go).

You ever (drive) a car?

I (see) Mary yesterday but I (not see) her today.

When he (start) studying at university?

Put the verbs into the Past Simple and Present Perfect Simple

(Each sentence or group of sentences contains one mistake. Find the mistake and correct it).

Did you finish that job yet? I haven’t seen the finished product.

Tom worked in our company for 10 years. He started in 2000.

They’ve lived in New York for 10 years before they moved in 1987.

I saw that film three times in my life.

How long did you have your current car? When did you buy it?

She has known Tom for fifteen years. They have met in Paris.

Jason has wanted to go to Disneyland since he has been a child.

I have gone to San Francisco in 1993. I’ve been there a total of three times.

He went to lunch but should be back soon.

The criminals have committed three crimes. The have committed the first crime at 10 p.m.

2.3. Use of Past Continuous Tense was/were + Ving

1). Actions were in progress at special time in the past 2). Two actions were happening at the same time (the actions do not influence each other) 3). Together with the Simple Past 4). Repeated actions irritating the speaker (with always, constantly, forever) Adverbs of frequency: While, when , as

2.4. Use of Past Perfect Tense had + past participle

1).When two things happen in the past, we have to mark which one happened first. 2). The past equivalent of the Present Perfect Adverbs of frequency: no unambiguous ones

2.5. Use of Past Perfect Continuous had + been + Ving

1).Something started in the past and continued up until another time in the past

2). A long action before another action in the past to show cause or effect.

no unambiguous one

2.6. Grammar Exercises

Put the verbs into Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect Simple, and Past Perfect Continuous.

While he (wash) a car it (start) to rain.

He (wait) for 20 minutes when he (realize) that it was the wrong café.

My Mom (cook) when I came back.

I could tell that she (cry) because her eyes were red.

The students (not finish) the project by two o’clock yesterday.

As soon as she (get) off the plane she (see) her husband.

It was very cold yesterday; a cold wind (blow) and it (rain) heavily.

What you (do) when you saw the accident?

When they (save) enough money, they (buy) a flat.

My grandfather (work) for the company for forty years before he (retire).

Mary (smile) while she (read) a letter from her friend.

How long you (study) English when you were a child?

Granny (cook) breakfast before we (wake) up.

We were tired as we (walk) for four hours.

Jim (open) a letter and (read) it.

I realized that I (watch) that film before.

I was angry because I (wait) for my sister for an hour.

They (sleep) for an hour when an alarm clock (ring).

She was very good at teaching because she (do) it for 20 years.

They (climb) for two hours before they realized it was dangerous.

They (live) here from 1990 to 1999.

When you (go) to the theatre last?

You (do) your homework by 6 o’clock yesterday?

When I tried to finish my project I realized that I (not save) the information.

I was glad because I sold a bike which I (have) for 5 years.

I came to the party after almost all the guests (leave).

You (not see) me when you were crossing the road yesterday?

When I looked out of the window yesterday morning, the ground was wet. It (rain) all night.

She was happy as she (pass) her exam.

They (not move) to London last year.

Put the verbs into Past Tenses.

I go to the Gorgeous Body Health Club four times a week. When I 1) . (begin) going there I 2) . (be) in a terrible shape. I 3) . (not ever go) to a health club before and I 4) . (not eat) right for years. On the day I 5) . (join) the club), I 6) ….. (be) thirty pounds overweight and my girlfriend 7) . (worry) about my health for a long time. On the first day of my new exercise programme, I .8) . (run) a mile, 9)…. (swim) twenty laps, 10) . (take) a half-hour exercise class and 11) . (sweat) in the sauna. I 12) . (think) I was going to die! While I 13) . (sweat) in the sauna, I 14) . (dream) about going home to an enormous sandwich, French fries, a Coke and a huge hot fudge sundae! But at that time, nobody 15) . (tell) me about the diet programme at the health club. I 160 . (change) clothes in the locker room and 17) . (think) about my food when my exercise instructor 18) . (come) up and 19) . (tell) me that the diet class 20) . (just begin) and that I 21) . (be) five minutes late. “Diet class?’ I 22) . (say), horrified. I 23) . (tell) him that nobody 24) . (mention) such a thing to me. Well, I reluctantly 25) . (go) over to the diet class.

Put the verbs into Past Simple, Present Continuous, Present Simple, Past Continuous, Present Perfect.

1. Can you help me? I _____ a post office.

a. Am looking for b. look for c. am look for d. looking for

2. Tomorrow the Queen _____ open a new hospital.

a. Is going b. will going to c. is going to d. will to

3. What _____? I work in a book shop.

a. Are you doing b. do you c. are you do d. do you do

4. Where _____ yesterday?

a. You were b. are you c. were you d. have you been

5. _____ John last week?

a. Did you see b. have you seen c. did you seen d. did see you

6. Last month he _____ three large fish.

a. Catch b. catched c. caught d. did catch

7. When we went in, they _____ to the radio.

a. Listened b. listening c. were listening d. were have been listening

8. Do you like Paris? I don’t know. I _____there.

a. Never went b. didn’t go c. never gone d. haven’t been

9. I’m a teacher. I _____ a teacher for twelve years.

a. Was b. have been c. am d. am being

10. She can drive; she _____ drive for fifteen years.

a. Can b. is able to c. could d. has been able to

11. He _____ drink whisky, but he does now.

a. Used to b. wasn’t used to c. hadn’t use to d. didn’t use to

12. When is he coming? I _____ for over an hour.

a. Am coming b. have waited c. was waiting d. have been waiting

13. We’ll phone as soon as we _____ the information.

a. Will have b. have c. are going to have d. are having

14. When the police arrived, the criminals _____ escaped.

a. Were already b. already c. had already d. have already

25. This room _____ seven times.

a. Is painted b. has painted c. has been painted d. they have painted

3. Future Tenses

3.1. Use of Future Simple Tense will + Verb

1). Future actions happen without the speaker’s intention

2). Predictions, assumptions, promises, threatens

3). Spontaneous actions

4). After the phrases or words I think…, He is sure…, Of course…, Probably…, etc

Adverbs of frequency: tomorrow, next week, in a month

3.2. Use of Future Continuous will + be + Ving

1). An action will be in progress at a specific time in the future.

2). To predict the present.

Adverbs of frequency: no unambiguous ones

3.3. Use of Future Perfect Simple will + have + past participle

1). An action in the future before another action in the future. This is the past in the future.

2). An action will have been completed (finished or «perfected») at some point in the future.

3.4. Use of Future Perfect Continuous will + have + been + Ving

1). An action that will continue up until a particular event or time in the future.

3.5. Use of Going to — Future

1). Planned actions in the future 2). You are certain that something is going to happen in the future.

Put the verbs into the Future Simple Going to Present Continuous Present Simple

Wow! I have left my wallet at home! Do not worry. I (lent) money to you.

What time the match (start) on Monday?

Why are you switching the TV? I (watch) the news.

Let’s have a party! Great idea! I (invite) my classmates.

What time you (finish) your work tomorrow?

Look at the footballers, they are playing terribly! They (lose) the game!

If you are thirsty, I (bring) you some water.

What would you like to drink — tea or coffee? I (drink) tea, please.

Everything is settled! We (fly) to London tomorrow.

Did you post the letter? Oh, no, I (do) it immediately.

Can you help me? My bike has a flat tire. Ok, I will do it for you.

You know, Kate is ill. I know. I (visit) her tomorrow.

The roof of the house (not look) safe. I’m afraid, it (fall) down.

We have received a letter, Mark (get) married in May.

Tom hurt his leg. He (not play) football on Sunday with us.

Put the verbs into Future Simple, Future Continuous, Future Perfect Simple, Future Perfect Continuous, to be going to

I (call) him if you remind me.

I (meet) my girlfriend at the airport at 6 p.m. tomorrow.

How long you (learn) English by the end of the year?

At this time tomorrow he (sit) his first exam.

A new fitness club (open) in three days.

My parents think I (be) a lawyer one day.

By the time my grandfather retires, he (work) for the company for 40 years.

I want to study at university after I (finish) school.

Can you give this massage to Tom? OK, I (try) if I see him.

I hope I (pass) my exams successfully.

Put the verbs into Future Simple, Future Continuous, Future Perfect Simple, Future Perfect Continuous, to be going to

Have you just moved here? No, we Live) here for three years next month.

Next Monday Kate (start) working.

They (finish) doing the project by the beginning of the year.

Has he tidied his room yet? No, but he promises he (do) it tonight.

On weekend I probably (stay) at home.

It is too late; I (take) a taxi.

Look at him! He (win)!

I believe life (change) in 20 years.

We are having a party on Saturday. Great, I (bring) some sweets.

You’d better hurry up. The concert (start) in 15 minutes.

Put the verbs into Future Simple, Future Continuous, Future Perfect Simple, Future Perfect Continuous, to be going to

This time next week we (fly) to the USA.

The winter (set) early this winter.

By 9 p.m. I (work) for four hours.

Stop talking! Or I 9send) you out of the class.

What you (do) this time tomorrow?

The children (perform) in the school play next week.

When we go to Paris we (climb) the Eiffel Tower.

We (go) to London in a week. We have already bought tickets.

I (complete) the task by 6 o’clock tonight.

The baby keeps closing her eyes. She (fall) asleep soon.

When we go to Paris, we (climb) the Eiffel Tower.

Kim (perform) in the school concert next week.

13 Sam (work) her for two years on Monday.

They (go) on holiday next week. They have already bought tickets.

The baby keeps closing his eyes. He (fall) asleep soon.

By 3 o’clock she (study) for six hours.

Have you just moved here? No, I (live) here for two years next month.

We (return) home by Sunday afternoon,

This time next week I (fly) to Morocco.

The winter (set) early this year.

Stop talking! Or I (send) you out of the class!

Someone (fall) over this box if you do not move it.

Next Monday Amanda (start) work.

The film (start) by the time they get to the cinema.

I (met) Nick at the airport at 6 o’clock tonight.

The football match (begin) in a few minutes. We’d better hurry up.

I (help) you to carry these bags? They are too heavy.

We’re having a party tonight. Really? I (bring) a cake.

Could I speak to Jim, please?

30 My parents think I (be) a doctor one day.

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