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Thursday, February 8, 2018

English (test)

Fill in the correct form verb – All Tenses
1. I  saw a great film yesterday. (see)
2. Have you every bought a new car? (you ever buy)
3. I met him last Monday. (meet)
4. The band was playing while I was writing . (play, write)
5. She bought the new car in 2005. (buy)
6. Her mother had lived in Victoria for the past five years. (live)
7. They had already been in Germany when we arrived a few days ago. (already be)
8. Do you plan to get married? (you plan)
9. I have had so much fun since I was a kid. (have)
10. When I got up I looked out of the window and saw that it
was raining. (look, see, rain)
11. Janet was working for Smith and Brothers before she came to work for us. (work)
12. I have seen three movies so far this week. (see)
13. How long have been you waiting for me? (you wait)
14. I flew over Loch Ness last week. - Did you see the Loch Ness monster?
(fly, you see)
15. I’m afraid I’m not hungry. I've already eaten. (already eat)
16. Peter was playing football in the afternoon when he got the call. (play)
17. “What were you doing between 9 and 12 yesterday morning”, the detective said. (you do)
18. He kept looking at her, wondering where he saw her before. (see)
19. The doctor’s waiting room was full of people. Some were reading a magazine, a woman was knitting and a child was playing with a doll. Suddenly the door opened and a nurse came out. (read, knit, play, open, come)
20. Travelling had become much easier and more comfortable in the past hundred years. (become)
21. I baked cake. That’s why my hands are full of flour. (bake)
22. When I first came to this house it was quite a noisy area. (be)
23. He twisted his ankle while he was skiing . (ski)
24. Have you ever locked the doors before you leave the house? (you ever lock)
25. My best friend and I have known each other for 15 years. (know)
26. Jack usually smoked but he doesn't smoke when his father comes. (smoke,
not smoke)
27. Did you have breakfast yet? – Yes I had it together with Sue at 7. (you have)
28. I did this kind of work when I was a small boy. (do)
29. He was reading the paper when his wife came home. (read)
30. He is speaking for an hour now. I’ll be finished soon. (speak)
31. How long have you known John and Maria?- We met the couple over thirteen years ago. (you
know)
32. He had lived in Oxford for two years and when his mother died he moved to London. (live)
33. After Harry finished his work he had called Jude from the office. (finish,
call)
34. You have done your homework for two hours. Haven’t you finished yet? (do)
35. He always goes to the supermarket alone, but today he
took his son with him. (go, take)
36. He never works in the evening, only on Sundays. (work)
37. I've never been to South America but I have been to New York several times. (never, be)
38. Did anyone see Jean? – No, she probably went to her friend’s place. (anyone, see)
39. I went to the bank yesterday but when I got there it was closed. (go)
40. She has been in school all day. (be)
41. Lee has been late every day since Tuesday. (be)
42. Herbert’s father has never forgotten his son’s birthday (never forget)

43. I haven't finished my report because I had a problem with my computer. (not finish)

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