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2 Exercises. 10 Questions & Answers. A1 Level – Beginner Exercise to practice asking questions in the Past Simple. Put the verb in brackets into the correct form. Example: ______ you ______ (like) the restaurant last night? DID you like the restaurant last night? Exercise 2 Drag the words to complete the questions. More Questions Exercises in the Past … Read More
Multiple-choice Exercise Choose the correct form of the verb in the Present Continuous or Present Simple form to complete the sentences in the exercise below.
Multiple-choice. 10 Questions & Answers. Beginner / A1 Level
Question Form: Present Simple Helping Verb (Auxiliary) Person (Subject) Base of the Verb Do you go to school every day? Does she drive a car? Do they have a dog? Does that man work here? Does he know my name?
TIME WORDS USE TENSE FOR + period of time many tenses SINCE + point in time Present Perfect (& other Perfect Tenses) AGO + past or finished time Simple Past (& other Past Tenses) SINCE Since is used to mean from a point in time in the past up to now. As since connects a past time to the present time, it is … Read More
WHEN OR IF? We use WHEN for something that is definite or sure to happen and IF for something that is not sure or certain. Compare the following: When I wake up in the morning, I have a coffee. When I wake up late, I must hurry. If I don’t wake up on time tomorrow, please wake me up. … Read More
FORM Regular Form: Verb ‘to be’ (am/is/are) + Base of Verb + ING (Present Participle). Examples of the Present Participle: work + ING = work, talk + ING = talking Negative Form: Use verb ‘to be’ (am/is/are) + NOT + Present Participle. Example: He is not working. / She is not listening. Question Form (Regular & Irregular Verbs): Verb ‘to … Read More