Verb Tense Exercise 10. Mr.
Smith: So tell me a little bit about yourself, Mr. Harris. I would like to find out a little bit more about your background. Mr. Harris: I (work) in the insurance industry for over ten years. Verb Tense Exercise 9. 1.
It (rain) all week. I hope it stops by Saturday because I want to go to the beach. 2. Sid: Where is Gary? Verb Tense Exercise 8. Verb Tense Exercise 7. Verb Tense Tutorial. Verb tenses are tools that English speakers use to express time in their language.
You may find that many English tenses do not have direct translations in your language. That is not a problem. By studying this verb tense tutorial, you will learn to think like a native English speaker. Past or Present Perfect Tense - Simple form - Interactive Grammar Exercises. FOR or SINCE - Choose the correct time expression - English Grammar Exercises. FOR or SINCE - English Grammar Exercises. T023-FOR or SINCE Gap-fill exercise Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers.
T078 - Letter to Ellen - Present Perfect and Past Tense. Put in the correct forms: Present Perfect or Past Tense Dear Ellen !
I hope things are OK with you. The doctor (come) yesterday. He (not like) my cough. I (lie) in bed looking at the ceiling since Tuesday, and I can tell you, I’m fed up with it. Present Perfect Simple and Progressive-English Grammar Exercises. T020-Present Perfect Simple and Progressive Gap-fill exercise Put the verbs into the PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE or PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE.
I (PLAY) tennis all morning and I'm tired now. T076 - Present Perfect Simple and Continuous Tense. T076 - Present Perfect Simple and Continuous Tense Gap-fill exercise Fill in the correct form of the Present Perfect Tense (Simple or Continuous) : This traffic is terrible.
We (DRIVE) all day, but we ( ONLY DO) 50 miles up to now. T077 - Present Perfect Simple and Continous. T077 - Present Perfect Simple and Continous Gap-fill exercise Fill in the correct form of the Present Perfect Tense (Simple or Continuous) : I don't know what time it is; my watch (STOP).