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TENSES TESTS Here you will find tests on all topics of our grammar section that are explained in more detail. English Test: Tenses Present Progressive: Level 1 • Level 2 • Level 3 Simple Present: Level 1 • Level 2 • Level 3 Simple Past: Level 1 • Level 2 • Level 3 Present Perfect: Level 1 • Level 2 • Level 3 Past Progressive: Level 1 • Level 2 • Level 3 Present Perfect Progressive: Level 2 • Level 3 Past Perfect: Level 2 • Level 3 Future I Simple will: Level 1 • Level 2 • Level 3 Future I Simple going to: Level 1 • Level 2 • Level 3 English-Test: Tenses Mix Simple Present, Present Progressive, Present Perfect, Simple Past, If-Satz Type I Level: lower intermediate All Present, Past and Future Tenses Level: intermediate Tenses Active and Passive Level: intermediate Simple Past, Past Progressive, Past Perfect Level: upper intermediate Simple Present, Present Perfect, Simple Past, Past Perfect Level: upper intermediate Other English Tests Mixed English Test 1: Level 2, Level 3, Level 4

19- Choose the correct form for each verb. Click on the button beside the correct answer. It ________ quite hard — perhaps we shouldn't go out tonight. snows is snowingLook! Junko ________ into the water. jumps is jumpingI ________ you're crazy! PAST SIMPLE- PRSENT PERFECT The choice between the simple past or the present perfect depends on whether an event takes place at a specific point in the past. Use the present perfect to express experiences without specific dates, actions happening from past to present, or recent events. Use the simple past to express something that happened at a specific point of time in the past. Check your knowledge with this quiz. Each question has only one correct answer. The simple past review page and the present perfect review page can help you better understand the rules for the questions in this quiz. Take the Quiz Teachers: Printable version of this Past Simple vs. General Grammar Review by Level Beginning English Grammar ReviewLower Intermediate English Grammar ReviewIntermediate Grammar ReviewAdvanced English Grammar Review Verb Form Quizzes Verb Forms 1Verb Forms 2Past or Perfect 1Conditional Forms 1 Prepositions Prepositions ReviewPrepositional Phrases Quiz 1Prepositional Phrases Quiz 2Prepositional Phrases Quiz 3

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English Tenses Review for Advanced Level English ESL EFL TESL TOEFL Classes At the start of a new advanced level class I always find it helpful to have students spend some time reviewing basic tenses and their names. The following exercises serve two purposes: 1) Re-familiarization of standard tense names 2) Tense conjugation practice. These exercises are also very helpful to teachers, as they give a quick overview of how well the class copes with various tenses. Aim: Review of tense forms Activity: Tense form identification and later tense conjugation with original text Level: Upper-intermediate to advanced Outline: Have students in small groups draw up a list of the tenses they know. Tense Review - 1 - Tense Identification Read the following short story and identify the tenses used. John has always traveled a lot. As a matter of fact, John is visiting his parents in France at the moment. This year he has flown over 50,000 miles for his job. Tense Review - 2 - Tense Conjugation John ________________ (always/travel) a lot. Tense Identification Work Sheet

Subjunctive The following is a mini-tutorial on the use of the Subjunctive. After you have studied the tutorial, complete the associated exercises. If you already know how to use this verb form, you can skip the explanation and go directly to the exercises. Use the simple form of the verb. The Subjunctive is used to emphasize urgency or importance. Examples: I suggest that he study. The Subjunctive is only noticeable in certain forms and tenses. You try to study often. Verbs Followed by the Subjunctive The Subjunctive is used after the following verbs: to advise (that) to ask (that) to command (that) to demand (that) to desire (that) to insist (that) to propose (that) to recommend (that) to request (that) to suggest (that) to urge (that) Dr. Expressions Followed by the Subjunctive The Subjunctive is used after the following expressions: It is crucial that you be there before Tom arrives. Negative, Continuous and Passive Forms of Subjunctive Negative Examples: Passive Examples: Continuous Examples: