Future Verb Tenses Mixed Forms

In this multiple-choice exercise, you must choose ALL the correct answers to the questions. More than one answer may be correct.

Irregular Past Perfect

Created on December 04, 2020 Irregular Past Perfect Multiple-choice exercise to practise IRREGULAR PAST PARTICIPLES in Past Perfect sentences. 1 / 36 After he ______ (shoot) the ball into the goal, it was obvious that they had won the match. had shooted had shot 2 / 36 Their mother was angry because the children _______ (draw) on the white walls. had drawn ... Read More

Present Perfect Exercise A1

Exercise 1 Exercise to practise regular and common irregular verbs and Past Participles in the Present Perfect Tense.  Mixed questions with questions, positive & negative sentences and multiple choice answers.     Exercise 2 Present Perfect Flashcard & Fill in the blank Exercise. Practice the long form of common verbs in the Present Perfect Tense with this exercise. Example: She … Read More

Present Perfect Exercise (regular & irregular verbs)

Present Perfect Multiple-Choice Exercise to practise participles of regular and irregular verbs in positive and negative sentences. Level: A1 Beginner / A2 Elementary A1 Beginner/ A2 Elementary Exercises A2 Pre-Intermediate Exercises Present Perfect Regular & Irregular Verbs:  Multiple Choice Exercise Since & For: Multiple Choice Exercise Prepositions of Time: Mixed Exercises Am, Is, Are Exercises Present Simple

Questions in the Past Simple Regular Verbs

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

Verbs Not Used in Continuous

Multiple-choice exercise. 18 Questions & Answers.  B1 / B2 Level. Grammar Rules: Verbs not used in Continuous More Exercises to Practise Present Continuous Present Simple or Continuous